Ice House Hotel ​

Spa facilities

  • Sauna
  • Steam Room
  • Relaxation Room
  • Outdoor Hot Tub
  • Experience Showers

At a glance

  • Award winning

    Awards

    The hotel has won a number of awards including People's Choice, Irish Tatler Spa Awards 2018, People's Choice, Irish Tatler Spa Awards 2016, Best Spa, Irish Hair and Beauty Awards 2016, Best Organic Therapy (VOYA), RSVP Awards 2016, Boutique Spa of the Year, Irish Tatler Spa Awards 2014, Best Spa Therapist and Irish Tatler Spa Awards 2014.

  • Scenery

    Scenic location

    The Ice House is a place steeped in history. Strategically positioned on the Moy estuary where tons of wild salmon were preserved here under ice before being shipped to the markets of Dublin and Liverpool.

  • Golf

    Golf

    For golfing in Mayo, the Ice House is placed to a tee. Within easy shooting distance of some of the country’s best links and parkland courses and with a team on hand happy to organise everything for you, it’s the perfect place to stay and play.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa

    The contemporary hotel is steeped in history but offers guests a modern environment to unwind in. The spa takes in views of surrounding estuary and while there is no pool, gym or wet facilities, they offer ample treatments including facials, massages, body wraps and seaweed baths.

Location

Ice House Hotel, Quay Road, Ballina, County Mayo, Ireland

Spa & Leisure

Set amongst beautiful scenery, the Chill Spa at Ice House Hotel is a contemporary environment that makes the most of the surrounding views. Light, open spaces and plenty of glass allow you to relax and unwind, or soak in the outdoor hot tub.

The spa also offers an extensive selection of treatments using the organic seaweed based VOYA product line, made in Ireland. Having won multiple awards for its therapies, it’s an idyllic place to enjoy a facial, a massage, a body wrap or a seaweed bath.

Hotel & Accommodation

Originally called the ‘Iceland Cottage’ the Ice House is a place steeped in history. Strategically positioned on the Moy estuary where tons of wild salmon were preserved here under ice before being shipped to the markets of Dublin and Liverpool. Today it is a contemporary hotel offering inspiring architectural design and city chic style. Modern glass structures marry with the original 19th century building and views stretch across the river to the woodlands beyond. With 32 deluxe bedrooms, riverside and heritage suites, the Ice House has a sense of intimacy as well as space and a combination of historic and contemporary styles depending on which room you choose to stay in.

The hotel’s restaurant is perched on the banks of Ballina’s salmon estuary and the Mayo born Head Chef who hails from Achill Island offers a variety of seafood dishes and seasonal ingredients.