I’m coming to Ireland soon, and I’d like to stay at a relaxing spa hotel, do you have any...

I’m coming to Ireland soon, and I’d like to stay at a relaxing spa...

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Of course! With seaweed baths, outdoor spas, and state-of-the-art spa facilities, Ireland is the ideal spot to visit for some rest and rejuvenation. Here are some great places to check out, or rather check-in, for a relaxing spa break on the island of Ireland.

Start your trip off right by heading for Monart in County Wexford. It’s one of the world’s leading destination spas and for good reason! Instead of offering regimented spa days, this resort allows you to pick and choose your treatments throughout your visit to better suit your needs. Be sure to try a traditional Irish seaweed bath! Seaweed has been used as a healing treatment for centuries in Ireland and hot seaweed baths have been found to relieve stress and soothe aches and pains. Seaweed baths are a unique way to connect with ancient Irish culture and a great way to relax.

Or, take a trip down to the Killarney Peat Baths in County Kerry for a truly unique experience. The baths are built on an outdoor blanket bog in Kilcummin, meaning you can relax and enjoy the views. Not only do they provide a naturally warm and soothing experience, immersing yourself in a peat bath is meant to help rid your body of all its toxins and even help soothe rashes and psoriasis.

Fancy luxury spa treatments accompanied by stunning sea views? Then Cliff House Hotel is the ideal choice. Set on the edge of a cliff at the south side of Ardmore Bay in County Waterford, the hotel boasts amazing views to accompany your relaxing spa treatments. The luxury spa offers a range of bathing therapies, from seaweed and peat baths to soothe away aches and pains as well as detox oil baths to cleanse and refresh your body. Breathe in the fresh sea air as you recline in a soothing outdoor bath whilst overlooking the glistening waters of the bay.

Away from the coast, you could take a botanical breather at Cliff at Lyons luxury spa destination in County Kildare. Set on 22 acres of lush surroundings, Cliff at Lyons offers a luxurious outdoor spa and peaceful garden rooms to relax in. Step into the unique outdoor sauna or soak your cares away in one of their natural copper tubs surrounded by greenery. Feeling peckish? Stop by The Mill restaurant and feast on delicious dishes made with locally sourced produce.

Next up, Slieve Donard Hotel & Spa has everything you could need for a rejuvenating break. Nestled at the foot of the Mourne Mountains, this resort sits on 6 acres of private grounds. Enjoy a round of golf on their award-winning course followed by a hot soak in a traditional seaweed bath. This is an ideal place to practise your swing, relax and recharge!

Overlooking Belfast Lough in County Down, Culloden Hotel & Spa is a calming escape from the bustle of city life. Situated only 10 minutes from Belfast city centre and 5 minutes from George Best Belfast City Airport, this leading 5-star hotel has some breathtaking views of County Down. Have your choice of revitalising spa treatments surrounded by peaceful scenery. The only problem? You’ll never want to leave!

Do any of our community members have any relaxing spa destinations they’d recommend?

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