Located in beautiful surroundings, the Bathhouse attracts about 40,000 visitors every year and has become one of Sligo’s most popular landmarks

Seaweed baths have been a tradition in Ireland for hundreds of years and are Ireland’s only indigenous spa therapy. At the beginning of the 20th century, there were an estimated 300 seaweed bath houses in Ireland and nine in the small town of Strandhill alone.

The last of the original Strandhill bath houses was destroyed in September 1961 by “Debbie” – the worst hurricane to hit the country. A population shift away from the Atlantic coast and the rise in popularity of un-organic treatments brought about a decline in the tradition.

Neil Walton and Family revived the tradition of Seaweed Bathing in Strandhill in the year 2000 and their dedicated Seaweed Bathhouse is now one of only a few in the country.

Voya Seaweed Baths
Voya Seaweed Baths
Voya Seaweed Baths

VOYA Seaweed Bath

The simplest and purest of their organic treatment processes, the signature Seaweed Bath utilises the natural power of hand-harvested seaweed to deeply moisturise your skin, increase circulation and promote healing.

Customers can avail of our single or double Bathing rooms.

The Bathhouse Massage

An invigorating massage that rejuvenates your skin by deeply infusing it with organic seaweed oil prepared by VOYA Beauty. Seaweed oil renews damaged skin cells, adds tone and elasticity and combats cellulite and the signs of aging.

Your Massage Therapist can amend the treatment to suit your individual needs.

These are just two of the many treatments available at www.voyaseaweedbaths.com

All treatments are Soil Association and USDA certified.


Address: Shore Road, Strandhill
+353 (0)71 916 8686
Web: voyaseaweedbaths.com
Email: reception@voyaseaweedbaths.com