Center Parcs Longford to offically open on 29 July
Now that it’s finishing up construction on the massive site, the forest village set on a 400-acre site in Ballymahon, Co Longford will open its doors to the public at the end of the month.
The Aqua Sana spa is set to be one of the main attractions at Center Parcs Longford with the dedicated website now live.
The spa offers 21 different hot, cold, herbal and meditative experiencesacross four zones – Nordic Forest, Hot Springs, Volcanic Forest and Treetop Nesting. It includes 2,500square metres of spa experiences and treatment rooms, making it Ireland’s largest stand-alone spa. A range of Voya and Elemis face and body treatments will be provided by Aqua Sana’s therapists.
Costing €10m, Aqua Sana Longford Forest will be available for booking to guests staying at Center Parcs from the opening date and to spa day guests from 6 September. Day spa packages start from €55 per person with the option to add refreshments, treatments, afternoon tea or a meal.
“We’ve undertaken careful research of wellness trends to develop our unique spa offering in Longford Forest and look forward to welcoming guests to Aqua Sana so that they can experience the forest and its revitalising powers in our beautiful setting,” said Kay Pennington, Aqua Sana group spa manager.
Center Parcs Longford alsocontains Ireland’s largest waterpark called Subtropical Swimming Paradise, which will be heated to 29.5°C all yearround.With 466 lodges accommodating up to 2,500 guests, other features include cafés and restaurants and over 100 outdoor and indoor activities.