Four seasons of spa, heated foot spa and hisded in for a day spa treatments.
The spa was opened on Sunday morning.
Sterling and her husband, Brian, were visiting with their family in Cork when they were called to the spa by their GP.
“The doctor said it was a bad idea to let them go to the hospital,” she said.
“We went there and we thought we had a bad experience.”
Sterlings father is in a bad wayThe couple were treated to an afternoon of relaxation and relaxation treatments.
“It was like a good ole fashioned spa, we got in, we washed ourselves and then we sat down and it was wonderful,” she explained.
“There was an herbal massage and there was massage and we were going to sit in the tub and have our bath.”
They were all very gentle.
I thought it was fantastic.
I was just so happy.
“The spa has become a favourite in the city and is open from 10am to 6pm.”
The couple have been coming to the Spa for a number of years, visiting for spa treatments and also a few evenings out.””
It’s great for families and it’s great to see a bit of art and beauty.”
The couple have been coming to the Spa for a number of years, visiting for spa treatments and also a few evenings out.
“I’ve been going to it for 20 years, I’ve seen so many things, I have a whole different appreciation for it,” she added.
Sara, who was born and raised in the town of St Marys in County Kerry, said she has been a regular visitor to the area.
“If you go, it’s a very different experience than you would in Ireland.”
But I love it here.
It’s nice to go to a spa, it is a lovely place.
You get to relax, you get to look at nature and it feels so nice.
“She said she was always on the lookout for the best, adding:”I love seeing the colours and the people, I love seeing all the different types of people.
“You just have to go.
It is such a lovely little place.
It looks like it could be a tourist destination.”
Sara said it would be great to have her daughter visit the spa with her.
“She is very keen to go and see the spa, I think it is very important for her to have the opportunity to see the beauty,” she told The Irish Sun.