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Brooklodge Hotel & Wells Spa
Macreddin
Wicklow

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Where Dublin goes to chill-out, the BrookLodge is located in a spectacular Wicklow valley - a designated area of outstanding natural beauty - just one hourís drive from the capital. Serene country house style and state-of-the-art facilities combine to deliver a unique experience. Luxuriate at the ultra-comfortable Wells Spa, whose extravagant experiences include a mud chamber, aroma baths, Hammam massage, a flotation room, Finnish baths and jacuzzi's, as well as the full Decleor & Carita range of treatments. All the water used is from our own wells and a unique indoor-to-outdoor swimming pool completes the experience. The Strawberry Tree, Leinsterís Restaurant of the Year, serves only wild and organic foods in possibly Irelandís most dramatic dining rooms. Macreddin Village also hosts Actonís Country Pub and Brewery, the Orchard Cafť, an organic bakery and smokehouse, speciality food, wine and craft shops, exhilarating 4X4 driving, an equestrian centre and clay shooting. BrookLodge is also just 15 minutes drive from Glendalough, Ballykissangel and some great golf courses.

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