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The Ice House Hotel
Ballina, Co. Mayo
The four star Ice House Hotel is perched on the edge of the River Moy in County Mayo. A boutique hotel, offering the sort of unfussed, modern panache expected of a contemporary rustic retreat.

The Ice House Hotel, a Blue Book property, is a fusion of old and new. Rooms and suites, with panoramic views of the river Moy, marry the original 18th century building with contemporary styling. With quirky details, fresh and local food and the riverside thermal garden, guests have arrived somewhere special. On the Wild Atlantic Way and close to Ireland West Airport, here’s a base for exploring the coastline of the North West.

The Ice House Hotel is next to the River Moy, close to the surfing mecca of North Mayo and Sligo’s coastline, waves, golf courses, national heritage sites and a scenic landscape.

Enjoy bedrooms with clean lines, a contemporary feel and views across the River Moy. With stylish furnishings, mood lighting and polished stone bathroom sinks, leave the humdrum of your ‘every day’ behind, kick off your shoes and enjoy.

The award winning Chill Spa offers an extensive treatment menu with therapies guaranteed to relax and rejuvenate, with revitalising organic seaweed-based VOYA creams, gels and oils (all made in Ireland) and an indoor-outdoor blend of soothing therapies. The thermal suite also has outdoor cedar hot tubs overlooking the River Moy, a river view relaxation room and a dark relaxation room, seaweed baths, and a steam room.

The Ice House’s cuisine embraces the essence of the Wild Atlantic Way. They offer locally caught seafood, foraged wild herbs, freshly grown and locally sourced seasonal produce, and Irish meats so well traced that they could tell you the grass they grazed on.

Quality Assurance & Schemes
4 Star Rating
Contact details
The Quay,Ballina,Co Mayo,Republic of Ireland
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