- Swimming Pool
- Hot Tub
- Steam Room
- Hydrotherapy Pool
- Relaxation Room
- Outdoor Hot Tub
- Experience Showers
- Ice Room / Ice Fountain
136 Fenaghy Road Road, Ballymena, Co.Antrim BT42 1EA
Spa & Leisure
The power of the location at Galgorm Resort and Spa is not to be underestimated. It’s a spectacular setting and the hotel and spa really make it shine at its brightest. The spa is described as a thermal village, providing the ultimate in luxury relaxation. There’s a pool, orangery, Celtic sauna, snow cabin and sanarium, as well as the River House for classes, raised on stilts and with views over the cascading River Maine. There’s a ‘snail shower’, an infinity hydrotherapy pool, outdoor hot tubs, a multiplicity of saunas and the ‘Beltane Experience’ where you relax around a sunken fire with friends before enjoying a dip in the 12 man hot tub.
Experts in their field, the treatments at this spa are as impressive and extensive as the facilities. Offering holistic treatments with a results driven edge using the famed VOYA products, derived from local seaweed, it’s all about decadent experiences that are tailored to you and your needs.
Hotel & Accommodation
Just 30 minutes from Belfast, Galgorm Resort and Spa is a very special kind of spa hotel. Set within 163 acres of lush parkland with the spectacular River Maine flowing through the estate, it has a little bit of magic to it on the North Antrim Coast. Whether you stay in one of the suites, rooms, cottages or cabins, the hotel combines a sense of history and contemporary design, always with first class style at its heart.
There are three restaurants at the hotel. The River Room embodies the ethos of Galgorm with no less than three AA Rosettes for culinary excellence. Meanwhile, the Fratelli Restaurant is a pizzeria and bar that oozes rustic Italian charm, and the Gillies Grill is a favourite amongst guests and locals alike, serving classic brassiere dishes, a grill selection and Asian-inspired creations with a warm and relaxed ambience and charming views of the Resort’s stables. Of course, afternoon tea is a must-have experience, proudly and magnificently served in the River Room Conservatory.