The evening after a session of bio-resonance healing you can find yourself very tired, so if you’re travelling to visit Mary in Enniscrone it may be advisable to stay the night in the neighbourhood. There’s plenty to see and do, and a weekend away from your usual routine could be just what you need.
Enniscrone is a scenic beach town on the coast of County Sligo. It is known for its sandy beaches and its famous hot seaweed baths. There are also many archaeological sites in the areas, including ring forts and castles; and it is also possible to partake in a range of leisure activities including golf, horseriding, fishing, surfing, water skiing and swimming.
Places to visit:
Kilcullen’s Seaweed Baths – dating to 1912, these Edwardian baths retain much of their original fittings, and have a unique ambiance. Steam, then relax in an enormous porcelain bath filled with heated sea water and natural seaweed (such as Fucus serratus) The heat releases all the seaweed’s rich, silky essential oils so your body feels smooth, buoyant and luxurious. Tiredness, tension, aches and pains slip away. Feel your eyes close and your whole body sigh with sensuous satisfaction.
Places to stay:
Enniscrone boasts a huge selection of hotels, b&bs and self catering options. For more information please see Visit Ireland.