Bellinter House

At a glance

  • Airport

    Distance

    Bellinter House is 40 minutes from Dublin Airport

  • Wheelchair

    Accessible Spa

    There entire main house, restaurant, drawing room, and function room are accessible, as is one of the bedrooms. Additionally the spa is accessible (although the hot tub has steps up to it), as are the treatment rooms. Please note, however, that there is no hoist.

  • Hen friendly

    Group Venue

    Stable No. 1 sleeps five adults, and the other can cater to three adults

  • Romantic

    Romantic

    The Ruin is the perfect place for couples, situated away from the Main House they are tranquil and secluded

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa

    Less than a minute walk across the ground, the spa is not located in the main building, but in the bath house next to the mansion,

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    Sit back in the outdoor hot tub and take in the views of the Boyne Valley

Location

Bellinter House

Bellinter House, Navan, Co.Meath, Ireland
Navan, Co.Meath, Ireland

Spa & Leisure

The award winning spa and leisure facilities at Bellinter are perfect for the quiet getaway you need with friends or a loved one. Complete with sauna, steam room, outdoor hot tub, and treatment rooms, this spa is fit for anyone looking for a secluded experience that is especially catered to your needs.

The Bathouse at Bellinter, so called because of their signature seaweed baths, offers a wide range of therapies to help relax and rejuvenate. The spa is a fan of using local products, such as the Irish owned Voya brand, and Fuschia Make Up Range, as well as Les Luneides from France.

Hotel & Accommodation

The Country House was designed by renowned architect of yesteryear, Richard Castle, and was built in 1750 for the wealthy landowner, John Preston. Over the years the house has changed hands between families, aristocracy, and the Sisters of Sion, and it is only as recently as 2003 that it stands as the majestic hotel and spa we see today.

The building remains a testament to the eighteenth century Palladin style, the mansion is home to a host of bedrooms spread out over the main house, pavilions, stables, and The Ruin. With regards to food, Bellinter house will leave you spoilt for choice. The main restaurant, The Eden Restaurant, provides seasonally based meals that are all locally sourced where possible, and you are left with the choice of dining area in the house – from the vaulted cellar, to drawing room.