Blog Posts - Spa Break



This Is Not Just Any Spa Day. This Is A Champney's Tring Spa Day.

Seeing as my career gives me the perfect excuse to visit a spa frequently, you may be surprised to know I spent very little time actually relaxing in spa like surroundings. In all honesty a trip to the spa is usually more effort than it's worth, as m...
by London Beauty Queen on Jul 4, 2016

Have 20 Minutes To Spare? Try This For Your Skin!

Tired-looking skin and puffy eyes? That’s a tell-tale sign that you might want to take a break and get your well-deserved 20-minute spa treat. With 24 hours in a day not being enough to get all the work done, it gets stressful and sometimes it can...
by Sweet Jelly Bean on Jun 25, 2016

Thalassotherapy at Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa

Have you heard about thalassotherapy? Until recently, I hadn’t, either – though you’d expect this use of seawater as therapy to be very popular on our tiny little island: we are literally surrounded by its key ingredient!Said to have its roots...
by Fluff and Fripperies on Feb 24, 2016

The Kingsley Hotel and Spa, Cork: Let's Keep This Just Between Ourselves...

If you’re anything like me, you’ll be spending January planning and dreaming about your next trip away. And if a weekend break in Ireland is on the cards, then I have somewhere very special to recommend to you today.The Kingsley Hotel, right on t...
by Fluff and Fripperies on Jan 13, 2016

Top European Spa Destinations to Escape to This Winter

Where to Recharge Your Batteries During the Colder Months  A spa break is a great option for those who need to take stock and unwind. So where should you head to on the Continent?  Winter can be a pretty stressful season. Christmas is just around t...
by Flights And Frustration on Oct 20, 2015

Fota Island and the Serenity Massage: Review

Fota Island Resort has so much to recommend it that I scarcely know where to begin. Let’s start with the island bit, shall we? Just 15 minutes from Cork City, the 5-star hotel and spa are situated on a small island, accessible by road, that also bo...
by Fluff and Fripperies on Feb 20, 2014

The Bridge House Hotel and Spa, Tullamore: Review

The 4-star Bridge House Hotel in Tullamore, Offaly, is a traditional, welcoming and family-run hotel in the heart of the Irish midlands. Offering genuinely warm Irish hospitality and comfortable accommodation, it’s the friendliness and facilities t...
by Fluff and Fripperies on Jan 28, 2014

Treatment Tales: Panpuri at The Spa at The Shelbourne

They say that sleep is the one pleasure that is good for us, but I beg to disagree. As a devoted pilgrim to pampering, I'm a firm believer in the restorative powers of a good spa session and, from sulphuric springs in Tuscany to slick salons in NYC,...
by Fluff and Fripperies on Jan 15, 2014

One Night Spa Break at LifehouseSpa and Hotel

by Best Travel Deals on Jul 4, 2013

Farnham Country Estate and Health Spa: Review and Pictures

Determined to milk every drop of freedom and relaxation from the last days of the Christmas holidays, I took myself off to the tranquil surrounds of Farnham Country Estate in Cavan. This 16th century estate – now owned and operated by the Radisson...
by Fluff and Fripperies on Jan 18, 2013

5 Ultimate Destinations to Indulge in a Spa Treatment

There are many factors that play a significant role in a spa treatment. It’s not just about the massage or a facial, but about the atmosphere of the location, the available ingredients and supplies, and the local style of the destination that a...
by Migrationology on Aug 23, 2012

Spa Break, Bootcamp, Massage School – Blissing Out, Skilling Up

Spa break, bootcamp, massage school… as I’ve been doing research online to see if there are any mass alms-giving ceremonies coming up in Thailand over the next two months that will give me the opportunity to re-shoot the photo on that holiday...
by grantourismo on Jun 26, 2012

10 of the best hot spring spa resorts around the world

Geothermally heated spas are a great way to make the most of what nature provides - a chance to relax and also benefit from their supposed therapeutic qualities. From spas surrounded by beautiful botanical gardens to a pretty Japanese 'Onsen' village...
by Globalgrasshopper on May 27, 2012


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