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The Well in the Garden
The Well in the Garden is a luxury award-winning spa set in the beautifully restored Carriage House building.
The two-story building was caringly renovated to maintain the old-style elegance of the original structure, and includes three treatment rooms, a manicure/pedicure suite and a large relaxation space.
Mirroring the lush green countryside setting and botanically focused treatment menu, the interior features sophisticated floral patterns, encouraging guests to reconnect with nature and relax the body, mind and soul.
Reflecting the naturally sourced oils, salts and scrubs, our treatment offering was crafted to provide one-of-a-kind relaxing and nourishing experiences like Peat for the Feet, and a Hot Towel Head & Scalp Ritual.
Treatments are paired with organic juices and smoothies by Cliff at Lyons chefs, produced on-site to nurture the body from the inside out.
We also encourage active wellness, providing guests with maps to local jogging routes. This includes following the Grand Canal tow path. Yoga and private trainers are available on request.
All bookings to be made 24 hours in advance.
Our team at The Well in The Garden were delighted to receive the award for ‘Most Innovative Spa Brand‘ for The Well at CLIFF at the Image Business of Beauty Awards 2019.
The Well in the Garden scooped top place in the Style category at The Irish Tatler Spa Awards 2018, with the judge describing the spa as being like the love child of the Cotswolds and the south of France.
- Monday – 10am – 6pm
- Tuesday – 10am – 6pm
- Wednesday 10am – 6pm
- Thursday 10am – 9 pm
- Friday 10am – 9 pm
- Saturday 10am – 9 pm
- Sunday 10am - 6pm
“Set amongst the banks of Grand Canal, the historic rose-clad buildings on the rural Kildare property, which housed a mill and a former dovecote are a perfect blend of country and contemporary. Both inside and out, the smell of fresh lavender and rosemary lingers while the tastefully decorated treatment rooms are furnished with candles and wild flowers. The pièce de resistance however is the relaxation room which is all lush succulents, serene colours and a roaring fire.”