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Soak Seaweed Baths

5 South Promenade, Newcastle BT33 0EX, Northern Ireland
+44 28 4372 6002
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First class service and experience

Cannot recommend this experience highly enough! Very relaxing and enjoyable time spent at Soak. I... read more

Reviewed June 8, 2014
Neil J
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Belfast, United Kingdom
Just the ticket after a hike up Slieve Donard!

Visited Soak with my husband and 12 year old son. I booked in for a massage whilst they climbed... read more

Reviewed May 27, 2014
Iggymarble
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Harrogate
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Head to Toe IndulgenceTreat your body and soul to a detoxing and invigorating seaweed sensation at Soak Seaweed Baths, the UK’s only seaweed bath house. Close the door of your private treatment room and listen to your favourite tunes as you melt all your troubles away in the steam room, before luxuriating in the amber goodness of the mineral-rich seaweed and hot seawater that make up a seaweed bath. Let the seaweed detoxify your body and enrich your skin with vitamins A – K, giving you a natural glow. Finally, close your pores with a freshwater shower and you’re ready to face the world again!Sessions last one Hour. Towels and hair drying facilities provided.Benefits Conditions Like• Arthritis• Rheumatism• Sports injuries• General muscle aches• Psoriasis• Eczema• Cellulite• Under active Thyroid • Stress• AcneVouchers AvailableGroups Catered for
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5 South Promenade, Newcastle BT33 0EX, Northern Ireland
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Reviewed June 8, 2014

Cannot recommend this experience highly enough! Very relaxing and enjoyable time spent at Soak. I have been twice while my partner has been 4 or 5 times and we both will be back again. The double bath is reasonably priced and everything you need is...More

Thank Neil J
Reviewed May 27, 2014

Visited Soak with my husband and 12 year old son. I booked in for a massage whilst they climbed Donard and met them afterwards for a 'soak'. My massage was so relaxing; nice atmosphere and products and very nice therapist (who was actually on her...More

1  Thank Iggymarble
Reviewed May 12, 2014

Had a wonderful experience in seaweed bath yesterday. Most relaxing, chill out hour I have had for a long time. I strongly recommend this to all hard working woman, time out to truly relax and come out wonderfully clean and rejuvenated. Many thanks to friends...More

1  Thank karen b
Reviewed May 9, 2014

A family member recently booked us a 2 night stay at Soak Seaweed Baths. We booked the 'Girls On Tour' package which was fantastic value for money. The self-contained apartment was great! It was beautifully furnished, clean and had everything we could possibly need for...More

Thank Natalie H
Reviewed April 30, 2014

Me and my girlfriend went there last weekend. I have to say it was a brilliant experience. Very friendly staff, who gave us a good explanation of how to use the bath. Facilities were very good and clean. Car parking is available just across the...More

2  Thank Aks1207
Reviewed April 25, 2014

If you need to step back into yourself then this is the place to visit, myself and 4 friends booked into the Soak apartments for a time out weekend and we would highly recommend it the apartment was very well maintained and with every bit...More

Thank Sandyhitchen
Reviewed April 23, 2014 via mobile

We had a Soak after a strenuous walk in the Mourne Mountains. Great way to end a great day. The feeling you have after the soak is wonderful.

1  Thank CJ61
Reviewed April 7, 2014

Four of us tried the baths on Sunday - two adults and two kids - recommend under 10s share the two bath suite - excellent and very relaxing - highly recommended.

Thank tomclo
Reviewed March 17, 2014

One night accommodation for myself and 2 friends to chill and relax. Dermot was on hand immediately and very welcoming with plenty of information for us. Apartment was amazing very modern, spotlessly clean, everything one would need for the perfect stay and as if that...More

1  Thank Lorraine D
Reviewed March 10, 2014

First visit... and really enjoyed it. staff are informal and make sure you have everything you need, the steam room was good and the baths unusual but extremely relaxing, and later in the day after I felt terrific.One to repeat for sure.... and next time...More

Thank Vincent-in-Ireland
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Jhud1988
How much would it cost for two people for the seaweed baths? Many thanks.
September 28, 2016|
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Response from Technodubbers | Reviewed this property |
Go to Google, type in Soak Seaweed Baths, Newcastle; find the website and all the details you need to know about seaweed baths (including pricings) are there. It'll take you about 20 seconds. Simples.
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mtcf
Does a seaweed bath help when recovering from shingles, the rash has gone but will this help with the nerve pain that is still present?
August 29, 2016|
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Response from Dermot D | Property representative |
Hi there. In order to heal any part of the body the area needs good blood flow. The seaweed bath dilates the blood vessels and increases the blood flow to the surface of the skin. We have had a few people with shingles... More
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