Spas in Sligo

What could be nicer than a spa treatment in scenic Sligo. If you fancy a massage, a facial or a soak in a seaweed bath here are some suggestions.

Eros Spa, Yeats Country Hotel, Rosses Point. Eros Spa opens your world of senses, flickering scented candles greet you. From opulent surroundings, ambient background sounds soothes your ears. It’s an oasis of calmness.

Voya Seaweed Baths, Strandhill. VOYA Seaweed Baths and organic treatments are especially recommended for those who are over worked, stressed or simply seeking an effective natural detoxifying process for the skin.

icon spa in Castle Dargan Hotel, Ballygawley. Set overlooking the greens and fairways of Castle Dargan Golf Course, patrolled by Sligo’s hills, icon spa offers you everything you need to feel relaxed and rejuvenated.

Louise Waters Natural Therapies Studio  and mobile spa provides high end Holistic Spa treatments in Luxury accommodations, Workplaces and Health clinics in Sligo & the North West.

Solas Spa, Radisson Blu Hotel. Step into tranquility at the Sólás Spa & Wellness Centre, where holistic treatments refresh and rejuvenate guests. Experience soothing calm in the Relaxation Suite or dry flotation tank, and then visit the lavish Thermal Suite or balneotherapy facilities.

Sligo Park Hotel offer a wide range of Holistic treatments to promote relaxation. Located on the Wild Atlantic Way, just on the edge of Sligo Town, in the Heart of Yeats’ Country.

Essence Spa at the Clayton Hotel. From performance body treatments and relaxing massages to luxurious manicures, pedicures and the finest facials, using only the highest quality brands, you will leave us with a new sense of wellbeing.

Pier Perfection at the Pier Head Hotel, Mullaghmore. Offering a wide range of luxurious spa treatments such as facials and massages along with everyday beauty and hair needs including manicures, tanning and haircuts.

Kilcullen Seaweed Baths, Enniscrone. Established in 1912 and located on the Wild Atlantic Way. Tradition along the west coast of Ireland holds that the practice of bathing in hot water and Seaweed provides relief from painful symptoms of rheumatism and arthritis.


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