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Monart undergoes renovation


The newly refurbished lounge at Monart Destination Spa

The newly refurbished lounge at Monart Destination Spa

The newly refurbished lounge at Monart Destination Spa

The treatment rooms in Monart Destination Spa have undergone a complete renovation.

In addition, Monart have added two extra treatment rooms to the multi award-winning spa and are gearing up for the arrival of the Image Skincare range.

Guests will have the opportunity to enjoy a complete range of new treatments using the Image Skincare line.

Monart is located in over 100 acres of woodland and regular visitors to the Spa will know that a connection with nature is evident and celebrated throughout the five-star property. All the Treatment Rooms at Monart are named after native Irish trees found in the surrounding woodland.

In keeping with this idea, local interior designer Patricia Carr selected a tree bark like wall covering for the walls within the new treatment rooms. The result is a celebration of the natural elements and a seamless fit with the signature style of tranquility at Monart Destination Spa.

Every detail has been considered at the ultimate escape. The treatment room corridor is adorned with a rich silk wallpaper offering an elegant and luxurious air as guests make their way to treatments.

In the original Monart house, the lounge has also undergone a complete renovation. The backdrop to the completely new look is an intricate Dutch wall covering, filled with lush vibrant flowers with a deep background, abundant with intriguing and exquisite details.

Intimate lighting offers a soft and cosy feel to the lounge and four new stunning paintings from Mary Wallace, a talented local artist, brings it all together and adds to the overall contemporary and botanical approach.

The Griffin Group worked with local trade professionals including interior designer Patricia Carr in association with Stephen Carr Architects to help create the wonderful environment.

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