Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Family Mid-term Treat at Powerscourt Hotel Resort Spa

Family Mid-term Treat
Powerscourt Hotel Resort Spa

Escape to the luxury of 5* Powerscourt Hotel Resort & Spa with the family, and with 1,000 acres of the historic Powerscourt Estate for you to explore, there’s no better place to base yourself this Hallowe’en.   

The mid-term Family Fun package includes overnight accommodation in a family room sleeping 4 (2 adults and 2 kids under 12), a trip to Powerscourt Waterfall with a delicious freshly prepared picnic for all the family to savour, a family breakfast served in the newly refurbished Sika Restaurant, overlooking the Sugar Loaf Mountain plus an array of fun-filled activities and amenities including, splash-time in the Swarovski crystal-lit 20-metre, bike rides about the estate, colouring maps, and mini bathrobes for the VIK (very important kids).

This package includes an overnight stay with full Irish breakfast the following morning, tickets for two adults and two children to Powerscourt Waterfall, and a freshly prepared picnic basket and rates from € 182 per adult sharing (2 adults and 2 kids under 12 yrs sharing).

Powerscourt Hotel Resort Spa has lots to offer including complimentary bicycles so you are free to explore the Estate at your leisure. ESPA at Powerscourt is currently open to hotel residents and non-residents. The indoor 20 metre Swarovski crystal-lit swimming pool is also yours to use plus the fully equipped gym (Guests will be asked to self-regulate social distancing on gym equipment and while the facility will be regularly cleaned and sanitised, guests will be required to disinfect gym equipment before and after use) and above all the wonderful array of outdoor pursuits on the doorstep.   If it is an adventure break you are looking for, the hotel can organise mountain climbs, escorted walks or more strenuous activities including abseiling and mountain biking. 

Located just 30 minutes from Dublin city centre, Powerscourt offers the most stunning vistas of “The Garden of Ireland” with scenic river walks, quaint villages and luxurious surroundings to explore at leisure. With acres of "free to roam" walking trails surrounded by Wicklow’s wonderful landscapes and wilderness, more top class golf courses than you can shake a putter at, miles of nearby golden beaches and a choice of dining and entertainment options second to none, there are few places elsewhere on this earth that can offer the visitor such a wonderful choice within such an intimate, hospitable and secure location.    Enniskerry is packed with interesting things to do and see. The town itself is brimming with great restaurants, fabulous shops and old-town atmosphere.

With a choice of dining options from casual dining in the Sugar Loaf Lounge where Afternoon Tea reigns supreme to fine dining at the recently refurbished Sika Restaurant both offering breathtaking scenery and amiable service.  McGill’s Pub is now open as a dining option for hotel residents.

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