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Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa

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Inchydoney Island, Clonakilty, Cork, Republic of Ireland
Mr Des O'Dowd
T: +353(0)238833143
F: +353(0)238835229
E: reservations@inchydoneyisland.com

Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa sits just outside the lovely heritage town of Clonakilty, making it an ideal choice for a relaxing or activity-based break in West Cork. The four-star property offers a range of accommodation options and stunning views.

Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and a Blue Flag beach, Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa is a wonderful choice for a relaxing seaside getaway. The four-star hotel is situated in West Cork, just 5km from Clonakilty, and offers deluxe bedrooms, each with ocean views and a private balcony or terrace. The rooms feature contemporary furnishings as well as complimentary WiFi and all the facilities needed for a comfortable stay.

Hotel guests won’t want to miss the Gulfstream Restaurant, named after its stunning location. The restaurant’s food concept is based on modern French and light Mediterranean cuisine, with an emphasis on fresh seafood and local organic produce. For a less formal dining experience there’s also Dunes Pub and Bistro, a great choice for a long lunch or relaxed dinner.

Inchydoney Island Lodge is also the proud home of Ireland’s first Thalassotherapy Spa, which opened in 1998. The treatments use seawater as well as sea mud and seaweed, which provide a relaxing and rejuvenating experience. The spa also offers massages, facials and beauty treatments.

With its gorgeous seaside location and four-star standard, Inchydoney Island Lodge serves as a wonderful luxury-wedding venue. The hotel has a lavish banqueting suite and a wedding consultant to help clients prepare for their special day.

Over the years, Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa has won a host of awards, including Best Resort Hotel, Overall Winner 2009 at the National Hospitality Awards. It also prides itself on being a responsible business and earned the SEI Award for Renewable Energy in 2007.

West Cork has something for everyone, with a range of sights and activities. There, visitors on an activity-based break can enjoy surfing, golfing, whale watching, walking and kayaking. Additionally, nearby Clonakilty boasts a multitude of cultural venues and historical sites.