This article originally appeared on WanderWithWonder.com.
At Ireland’s Park Hotel Kenmare, I’m floating on the edge of an infinity pool at the Sámas Spa, letting the jets and warm water sooth my muscles. Moments before, I was sitting in the aroma sauna, soaking up the heat, before enjoying a tropical rain shower.
After six days of hiking across Irish beaches, to stone forts and castles, and eating and drinking in quaint Irish towns, I can say a spa treatment is just what I needed. Surprisingly, I have the vitality pool all to myself, and through the trees, I can see the sparkling blue waters of Kenmare Bay.
(Photo (above) courtesy Park Hotel Kenmare)
Inside, the decor with antique furniture, a large portrait over a cozy fireplace, and a bellman ready to take my luggage made me feel liked I’d walked into a royal country estate.
Next to the entrance, I checked in at reception. Moments later, staff whisked me to my luxury accommodations and ordered me tea and biscuits.
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Read about more of my Ireland adventures here:
- What to Do and Where to Stay in Waterville, Ireland
- Lonely Planet Got it Right – The Skellig Ring is a Must in Ireland
- Driving Ireland’s Skellig Ring on Valentia Island
- The Beauty of Ireland’s Ballaghisheen Pass