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?
The Treatment room at the Lodge Hotel offers a wide range of holistic and beauty treatments.
Johnstown House Hotel Spa is set on 120 acres of stunning parkland in Enfield, County Meath. Their aim is to make guests...
The Spa at Delphi Resort is a unique place where guests can escape, unwind, contemplate and relax. Nestled amongst breathtaking...
The location of the Castlerosse Hotel can claim to be one of the most scenic spots in all of Ireland. Located beside...
At the island spa you will find the ultimate luxury retreat. We use only exclusive VOYA products.
The Spa at the Horse and Jockey Hotel in Thurles, County Tipperary is a relaxing oasis, dedicated to a sense of personal...
The spa at Kilronan Castle Estate and Spa in Ballyfarnan, County Roscommon, is dedicated to offering guests the ultimate...
The Glenview Hotel and Leisure Club in Glen of the Downs, County Wicklow, is situated on 30 acres of rolling terraced...
From €179 / £158 per person sharing
From £100 per person
From £89 per person
For £40 per person / £70 for two - Takes place every last Saturday of the month
From £112.50 per person
1 Night B&B, Dinner, 1 x 60 minute treatment, plus full use of the thermal suite facilities, from £234 pp
€530 for two shared.
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