Hen party heaven at Colebrooke Spa
Colebrooke Spa, nestled in the stunning grounds of Colebrooke House in the tranquil Fermanagh Lakelands, is a must for any spa devotee…
The spa was opened in 2012, as the result of Channel 4’s ‘Country House Rescue’ project, to develop a luxury spa at Colebrooke Estate.
Girls on a pre-wedding getaway can enjoy the home-from-home environment and have the choice of a wide variety of luxury Decleor treatments and packages. Luxury treatments available include: Facials, Massages, Couples treatments, Day Spa packages, Group packages, Teen treatments as well as Men’s treatments.
During their time at Colebrooke Spa, hens can admire the idyllic setting whilst soaking in the outdoor hot tub, enjoying the benefits of a sauna in the unique cedar wood barrel sauna and spend time in the Relaxation Area.
The unique and private setting of Colebrooke Spa makes it the ideal location for groups. Colebrooke have developed a range of packages perfect for celebrating special occasions including Hen Party group packages from just £20 pp*!
With a variety of Day Packages including ‘Doe, A Deer, Delightful Detox Package’, ‘Colebrooke Relaxation Package’ and many more, hens will be spoilt for choice.
Colebrooke also offers a personalized service and can also tailor make packages to suit your needs.
All Hen Party Packages include
- Receive Luxury Robe & Slippers on arrival.
- Unwind before your luxury Spa treatment begins & enjoy our luxury facilities including the
Outdoor Hot Tub, Cedar Wood Barrel Sauna & Outdoor Terrace
- Melt away in front of the wood burning stove in the Relaxation Suite
- Enjoy light refreshments – Glass of bubbly, tea, coffee & fresh fruit served in our Relaxation Suite
- For groups of 8 or more the Hen goes free. (Certain packages excluded)
Guests of the spa, can choose from a range of accommodation options, including Colebrooke’s collection of four-star self catering cottages.
For more information, visit Colebrookespa.com
*Package pricing based on minimum 4 persons. Subject to availability