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 Spa at The Kingsley Hotel in Cork believe that natural is the way forward, offering luxurious, results-driven treatments...
The Spa at Druids Glen Hotel & Golf Resort in Newtownmountkennedy, County Wicklow, offers guests an effortless cocoon...
Fitzgeralds Woodlands House Hotel is located in Adare, County Limerick. Within the hotel, Reva’s Spa offers a range...
A major landmark in the Greater Shankill, Spectrum Centre is a 3649 square metre multi-purpose.
River Spa is a unique rustic spa located in stable buildings constructed in 1700’s. It contains 12 luxurious treatment...
Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa Cork is located in Little Island, County Cork, just 10 minutes from Cork city centre and...
Whether your preference is laid back or action packed, join us at our award winning centre in ...
The luxurious Mount Falcon Hotel and Spa is located in 100 acres of magical woodland in Ballina, County Mayo. Mount...
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From €179 / £158 per person sharing
For £40 per person / £70 for two - Takes place every last Saturday of the month
From £100 per person
€530 for two shared.
1 Night B&B, Dinner, 1 x 60 minute treatment, plus full use of the thermal suite facilities, from £234 pp
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