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?
Fitzgeralds Woodlands House Hotel is located in Adare, County Limerick. Within the hotel, Reva’s Spa offers a range...
The magnificent Slieve Donard Resort and Spa is nestled in the heart of County Down.
InterContinental Dublin offers a location of cosmopolitan convenience, a short walk from vibrant shopping and local...
Ballyliffin Lodge and Spa in Ballyliffin, County Donegal has spectacular views of Ballyliffin Golf Club and Malin Head....
The Spa at the Horse and Jockey Hotel in Thurles, County Tipperary is a relaxing oasis, dedicated to a sense of personal...
The g Hotel, located near Galway city is a luxurious award winning escape for both the leisure and business traveller...
Kilkee Thalassotherapy Centre is a family run spa and guesthouse located in one of Ireland's oldest seaside resorts...
Relax, Revive, Replensh.Join us at Achill Seaweed Baths, where you can reconnect with nature and relax in our seaweed...
From £89 per person
1 Night B&B, Dinner, 1 x 60 minute treatment, plus full use of the thermal suite facilities, from £234 pp
From £100 per person
From £112.50 per person
From €179 / £158 per person sharing
€530 for two shared.
For £40 per person / £70 for two - Takes place every last Saturday of the month
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