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The Spa at The Johnstown Estate
Enfield, Co. Meath
Johnstown House Hotel Spa is set on 120 acres of stunning parkland in Enfield, County Meath. Their aim is to make guests spa resort experience effortless and calm, while they refresh and revitalize at this luxury spa hotel in Ireland.

The Johnstown Estate is where Georgian splendour meets modern day luxury. Situated on Ireland’s Ancient East the Estate is home to Ireland’s premier Spa Resort ensuring that our guests can recharge and relax all year around. Our team of fully trained spa therapists will take care of your every need from the moment you arrive with an in-depth consultation with our Elemis skin care therapists. Discover the true meaning of a Spa Break in the peace and tranquillity of The Johnstown Estate.

The four star Johnstown House Hotel Spa in Enfield, County Meath, hosts 126 bedrooms and is developed around a magnificent 1750’s Georgian rural residence. Dining experiences include the Pavilion Restaurant, Atrium Brasserie and Coach House Bar. The hotel has the capacity to cater for 1,000 delegates for event and conference activities.

They are also home to the exclusive Elemis Spa which comprises 18 deluxe therapy rooms, relaxation rooms, outdoor deck pool and thermal suites. The leisure club has a large gymnasium and a 20m indoor swimming pool.

Each of their Elemis Spa Therapies begins with the Welcome Touch - A foot cleansing ritual combining the use of warm compresses and the infusion of essential oils.

The menu at the spa has been developed by a specialised team, with extensive clinical and scientific studies. Elemis Professional Spa therapies are world renowned for their powerful massage sequences combined with the most dynamic activities available in the world today.

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Johnstown, Enfield, Co. Meath, Ireland
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