Angsana Spa Bunratty Castle Hotel, Bunratty, Co Clare 061-478730
The Angsana Spa is located at Bunratty castle Hotel in the centre of the village. Angsana Spa takes its name from the exotic Angsana tree, a statuesque tree found in the tropical rainforests of Asisa. Experience sheer indulgence in the exclusive spa where our experienced Thai therapists offer a wide range of holistic treatments that will rejuvenate your body and soul. From the pleasure of touch to the aroma of exotic oils like rosemary, lavender and jasmine you’ll feel the tension seep from your body…..Advanced booking prior to your arrival at the spa is recommended to secure your preffered date and the time of treatment. A credit card number is required at the time of booking for a confirmed appointment.
Killaloe River Cruises Killaloe, Co Clare 086-8140559
Step on board one of the modern, clean, safe and comfortable passenger boats, in their idyllic setting on the shores of Lough Derg, Ireland’s pleasure lake with it’s breathtaking views of COnties Clare and Tipperaqry, Killaloe River Cruises provide sight seeing tours on Ireland’s finest waterway, the River Shannon. The relaxing tour is accompanied by a captain and crew. The view from the purpose built boats offer the best opportunity to explopre and capture the River Shannon, it’s wildlife and spectacular scenery. Both of our boats depart from the quay on Lakeside Drive, Ballina Killaloe. The towns have been awarded the heritage town status of their rich and historic past. Killaloe/Ballina offers a wide variety of ships, boutiques and walking trails. Later you can stop off at the restaurants and bars each with its own brand of cuisine and fine pints. University of Limerick Activity Centre Killaloe, Co Clare 061-376622
Situated on the sheltered shores of Lough Derg and nestled at the foot of Crag Hill is the purpose built University of Limerick Activity Centre. In operation for over a decade, ULAC provides an excellent year round service to the general public. Our high quality adventure based programmes and a varied client base is a testament to our true dedication to excellence.ULAC offers a perfect location for all your outdoor adventure needs. All of our activities are within close proximity so no long bus journeys from the centre to the activities, you can get straight from the water to a hot shower.To complement our up to date equipment we employ very experienced and qualified staff who are experts in their fields and use safe, modern and exciting teaching and instructing methods.
All of this of course offered at very competitive rates, but to truly understand our dedication to excellence you have got to come visit us!
Shannon Fishing Inland Fisheries Ireland, Dock Road, Limerick 061-300238
The River Shannon is a vast waterway with a catchment area of over 7000 sq miles, consisting of over 1,600 miles of river, 40,000 hectares of still water (lakes), all offering a huge diversity of angling potential for the angler. This is a complete fisheries information resource for domestic and overseas tourist anglers interested in fishing or planning a fishing trip or holiday to the Shannon Region.
Cratloe Woods Coilte Outdoors, Cratloe, Co Clare 061-337322
Cratloe Wood is a State owned forest on the slopes of Woodcock Hillbeside the small village of Cratloe in County Clare. It is believed that the beams of the roof in Westminster Hall came originally from the Cratloe Wood.
Cratloe Wood, in County Clare, gets its name from the Irish for land of the Sally trees. Beside the small village of Cratloe are the Cratloe forests, which were originally primeval oak woods. They are now a State forest on the slopes of Woodcock Hill. It is believed that the beams of the roof in Westminster Hall came from the Cratloe forest. In the ninth century this was a Mc Namara territory and was invaded by the Men of Ulster. These men took from Cratloe the wood that built the roof of the royal palace of Aileach near to Derry. There are pleasant woodland walks and picnic tables from which to enjoy a relaxing outdoor picnic.