It’s all about location, location, location at our luxe spas – and in Ireland, that’s pretty hard to beat!
Fabulous countryside resort, chic urban city spa, or spiritual retreat, you'll find it all right here
Fancy jumping into a bath of rich luxurious seaweed? How's who?
Kilkee Thalassotherapy Centre is a family run spa and guesthouse located in one of Ireland's oldest seaside resorts...
Hush Yoga design exclusive yoga retreat packages, workshops and private and group tuition for the spiritual tourist....
Oasis Spa at the Lyrath Estate Hotel is set amid 170 acres of mature parkland and just 2km from beautiful Kilkenny...
This five star Spa Hotel Ireland brings the only wholly Thai Spa experience to Ireland and the UK.
The Well spa at the Cliff House Hotel offers a range of natural therapies that reflect their seaside location near the...
Solis Lough Eske Castle is a beautiful Gaelic castle in Donegal town, restored to become the first five star hotel and...
The Wolseley Spa at the Mount Wolseley Hotel in Tullow, County Carlow has an extensive list of specialist services to...
The Glenview Hotel and Leisure Club in Glen of the Downs, County Wicklow, is situated on 30 acres of rolling terraced...
From £89 per person
For £40 per person / £70 for two - Takes place every last Saturday of the month
1 Night B&B, Dinner, 1 x 60 minute treatment, plus full use of the thermal suite facilities, from £234 pp
From €179 / £158 per person sharing
From £100 per person
From £112.50 per person
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