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Ballyliffin Lodge and Spa in Ballyliffin, County Donegal has spectacular views of Ballyliffin Golf Club and Malin Head. The Rock Crystal Spa at the hotel offer a range of treatment and therapies which will leave guests feeling relaxed and rejuvenated
The Well spa at the Cliff House Hotel offers a range of natural therapies that reflect their seaside location near the village of Ardmore, County Waterford. They encourage active wellness with a menu that allows guests to feel rejuvenated outdoors.
Guests can restore their body and mind in the Osprey Spa at the Osprey Hotel in Naas, County Kildare. It offers stimulating revitalisation through the art of massage, therapeutic baths and refreshing treatments.
The World Class Spa at Galgorm is a true haven of peace & tranquility
Northern Ireland's first ever all-inclusive residential fitness and weight-loss ...
Bellisle Spa for therapy, relaxation and well-being, your country escape on the North Coast.
Country Spa Retreat in an idyllic location, will help transform your physical and mental well-being.
Solis Lough Eske Castle is a beautiful Gaelic castle in Donegal town, restored to become the first five star hotel and spa in the region. Spa Solís is an escape to a world of well deserved pampering by skilled staff and natural restorative therapies.
Hush Yoga design exclusive yoga retreat packages, workshops and private and group tuition for the spiritual tourist. Venues are located in Dublin City. Check website for exact details and location of retreats.
Set amid 170 acres of mature parkland and just 2km from beautiful Kilkenny city, Lyrath Estate and Spa Hotel fuses stunning contemporary hotel design with the elegance of its original 17th Century house.
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