The Wild Atlantic Way
Stretching for 2,500 km along Ireland’s Atlantic Coast from Donegal in the North to Cork in the South, experience the Wild Atlantic Way your way with a stay at The Ice House in Ballina. The perfect base to discover the unspoilt beauty of North Mayo's rugged Wild Atlantic Way coast line.
Lying at the mouth of the River Moy, renowned for its world class angling and salmon fishing, near to Killala Bay and a stone’s throw from the stunning dunes and beach at Enniscrone, a renowned surfer’s paradise. With the Ox Mountains to the east and the Nephin Mountains to the west, The Ice House is close to many trails and hiking paths to suit even the most leisurely of strollers all the way up to the serious mountain trekkers.
Visit the historic Rosserk Friary, the beautiful woodlands of Belleek, the Neolithic cliff top settlement of the Céide Fields, or visit the world famous Foxford Woollen Mills as part of your Wild Atlantic Way route from The Ice House. Or catch the perfect swell at Enniscrone or Easkey and surf the wild Atlantic waves.
After your Wild Atlantic Way excursions, relax at the soothing Chill Spa and indulge in a signature Ice House Chill Spa treatment, soak in a bath of hot Atlantic-seawater and hand-harvested seaweed from the Atlantic Sea, a traditional marine cure therapy native to Ireland. Then chill in our steaming riverside hot tubs, bliss.
Escape to the Extraordinary this Autumn and experience the Wild Atlantic Way your way at The Ice House.