The Old Inn Announces New Spa Offering

By Dave Simpson
The Old Inn Announces New Spa Offering

The Old Inn, Crawfordsburn, Northern Ireland, has confirmed that it will open a new outdoor spa offering exclusively for residents from 1 December, following a €2.8 million investment to bring Galgorm’s hospitality and spa offering to the property.


The new Treetop Spa at the Old Inn will see the addition of a range of new experiences, including a hydrotherapy pool, a steam room, a sauna, hot tubs, and a relaxation space.

Galgorm Collection is also upgrading all 32 guest rooms as part of its plans to revitalise and upgrade the destination, in line with other Galgorm properties.


Colin Johnston, Galgorm Collection managing director, said, “The Old Inn is one of Northern Ireland’s most historic hotels, and we have carefully considered our refurbishment works to ensure we remain sympathetic to the property’s history and retain its much-loved charm whilst also giving it the Galgorm treatment, bringing this in line with our other award-winning properties.

“After centuries of providing warm hospitality to guests and travellers, the time is right to further invest in this iconic property, to expand its offering and widen its appeal to attract more local, national and international visitors.


“Galgorm Collection is focused on investing in the region, to support tourism, jobs, and the wider economy. We’re confident that the Old Inn’s new-look offering will deliver a new chapter of growth for us, and for Northern Ireland.”

Charlotte McClean, manager at the Old Inn, commented, “As we continue to progress our planned redevelopment works, I’m delighted to confirm that the new Treetop Spa will open to residents from 1 December. This has been a long-awaited project, and we’re already experiencing strong demand for bookings, with guests eager to enjoy an exciting new outdoor spa offering within a stunning landscape.

“Located next to a breathtaking country park and picturesque coastline, the Old Inn is the perfect rural retreat for guests keen to relax and connect with nature. We’re also excited to welcome our wonderful neighbours, who are the lifeblood of the property, to enjoy a new-look offering, with new seasonal menus available in our restaurant and our cosy 1614 bar undergoing a refresh to also welcome dogs for the first time.

“It’s an exciting time for the Old Inn, and we’re committed to providing a premier hospitality experience for all of our guests joining us from near and far.”

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