Fota Island Resort is nestled at the heart of a peaceful island, surrounded by gorgeous scenery in County Cork, and lying in a 780 acre estate which is included in The Inventory of Outstanding Landscapes in Ireland. A unique combination of championship golf courses, a stylish hotel & spa, luxurious residential lodges and a world class golf, Fota Island Resort is a marriage of style, fine design and workmanship set in an idyllic coastal landscape. Fota Island Resort has a tempting selection of restaurants with excellent food to choose from.
Fota Island Resort Provides A Wonderful Mellow Setting For Your Special Day.
The sensuous and indulging Fota Island Spa is a world-class destination spa spread over 1600 square metres. Fota Island Spa provides 18 treatment rooms offering over 60 treatments. With couple’s suites, a hydrotherapy suite plus the Acacia thermal suite with tepidarium and hammam, there are also three luxurious beauty rooms, affusion showers, floatation baths, a thalaxion room and conservatory.
This Is A Special Place – Relaxed, Indulgent And Beautiful – Somewhere You Will Never Want To Leave.
The Clubhouse at Fota Island Resort is an extremely creative conversion of old stone farm buildings, while the surrounding landscape creates the most picturesque back drop to your wedding reception. Weddings held at the Clubhouse have exclusive use of The Niblicks function room, an intimate venue that can comfortably accommodate up to 120 guests.
Fota Restaurant Is The Delightful All-Day Dining Venue With An Outdoor Terrace For Balmy Summer Days, Luxurious Residential Lodges And World Class Golf.
Everything needed for the perfect relaxed wedding is at hand at Fota Island Resort. One of the most idyllic locations in the country provides a unique way of life for those lucky enough to live on their own private island or a taste of true luxury and relaxation to those just visiting. Fota Island Resort is a glorious combination of elegance, amenities, natural beauty, serenity and service in one of the most outstanding settings on the Irish Coast.