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Monart Spa in Enniscorthy, Ireland
Ireland

The historic house of Monart (1740) forms an impressive entrance to one of Ireland's leading spas. Nestled in over 100 acres of lush Irish countryside we invite you to connect with nature in one of the most restorative locations in Ireland. Nature is central to the ethos at Monart. Mount Leinster provides a stunning backdrop, while horses roam the surrounding fields. Acres of woodland and miles of nearby sandy beaches wait for you to explore. Monart is within close proximity to some of Ireland's leading golf courses

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