Culloden Estate and Spa ​

Spa facilities

  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • Sauna
  • Relaxation Room
  • Experience Showers

At a glance

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    Surrounded by 12 acres of gardens and woodland, Culloden Estate also looks out across Belfast Lough and the County Antrim.

  • Restaurant


    Serving locally sourced, regionally inspired fare, the Mitre Restaurant comes highly recommended.

  • Local attractions

    Local Activities

    The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, and the Mount Stewart National Trust property are nearby.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    The hotel offers a range of leisure facilities and treatments, but is not a specialised spa. Facilities include 8 treatment rooms, leisure pool, Jacuzzi, Chromatherapy steam room and needle shower, gym

  • Airport


    Culloden Estate and Spa is a mere 7 minute drive from George Best Belfast City Airport.


Culloden Estate & Spa, Bangor Road, Holywood, Belfast

Spa & Leisure

Combining a health club and spa to offer a complete leisure experience, Culloden Estate has two clear missions: exercise and relaxation. The health club has a solid range of facilities, including a leisure pool, Jacuzzi, Chromatherapy steam room and needle shower, a gym, two exercise studios offering a range of classes, and a juice bar offering light meals and snacks.

The Spa at Culloden however, prides itself on being more of a sanctuary. Offering a collection of treatments and therapies using the ESPA product line, they include facials, massages, manicures, pedicures and more, to help you revive, rejuvenate, or simply relax.

Hotel & Accommodation

High on the slopes of the Holywood Hills, the Culloden Estate was originally built as the official palace for the Bishops of Down. In 12 acres of gardens and woodland, today it is a five star hotel of palatial proportions, with 105 rooms, and views across the Belfast Lough and the County Antrim coastline – particularly if you choose to reside in the Palace Suite.

The restaurant at Culloden Estate is the award winning, Mitre Restaurant, serving contemporary Irish cuisine using fresh, local produce. For something more casual however, the bar, conservatory, and lounge offer their own dining options, and The Cultra Inn, complete with log fires, is a cosy bar and restaurant to settle into for lunch.