Invented in the 19th century by Doctor Richard Barter, Romano-Irish baths combine the benefits of Roman thermal baths with those of Irish air baths.

They consist of gently warming the body up then cooling it down via a series of different temperature air and steam baths.



Be guided through the steps of this well-being circuit:

1. Tepidarium
Hot air bath heated to 54°, 15mins.

2. Lecanium
Very hot air bath heated to 68°, 5mins.

3. Steambaths
Steam bath heated to 40°, 15mins.

4. Caldarium steambaths
Steam bath heated to 48°, 5mins.

5. Pool heated to 39°: 10mins.

6. Pool heated to 36°: 15mins.

7. Pool heated to 28°: 5mins.

8. Cold water bath heated to 14°: 1min.

Complete the circuit by resting in our relaxation room where you can enjoy use of our tea lounge.

Option of booking a body-brushing treatment after the dry heat baths, to round off the circuit and stimulate your circulation..

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Important: you must be in good health to take part in a Spa activity. Should you have any specific medical problems, don't hesitate to inform our team who will be happy to advise you.