Lough Eske Castle’s Babymoon Package is the ideal treat for expectant mums 5 months ago

Lough Eske Castle’s Babymoon Package is the ideal treat for expectant mums

Where was this when I was pregnant?

The last few weeks of pregnancy can be really tough. I know from personal experience.

Your back hurts, your feet hurt, not to mention you need 20 trips to the loo a day. It's a time when you really just want to relax and let someone else pamper you.

This is where Lough Eske Castle’s luxurious “Babymoon Package” comes in.

Expectant mums can unwind and relax in pure bliss with a tailored Babymoon for both parents-to-be, to ensure ultimate pampering during this special time.

You can enjoy sheer relaxation at Lough Eske Castle’s CARA Spa, with a 90 minute spa session beginning with a soothing foot soak followed by a full body pregnancy massage using hydrating ESPA products.

This deeply moisturising treatment will help combat or prevent any stretch marks brought on by a growing bump and the spa therapy time will conclude with a bespoke mini facial. Muscle aches will be eased away, excess fluid reduced and skin revitalised from head to toe.


Also included in the Babymoon Package is a 45 minute treatment for your partner, which includes a choice between an express facial or shoulder and back massage, and relaxation time in the thermal suite after the treatment.

Starting from €449 per couple for a one night stay, this price also includes a three course evening meal in the award-winning Cedars restaurant, which is celebrating a recent 2 AA Rosette win for its delicious culinary offerings.

Breakfast is also included in this amazing Donegal getaway.

Lough Eske Castle is situated only 10 minutes from Donegal Town, nestled within 43-acres of forest woodland hugging the shores of Lough Eske. Only 20 minutes’ drive from stunning blue flag beaches on the Wild Atlantic Way, Donegal is the ideal getaway to take some me time before the wee one arrives.

I'm so jealous of everyone availing of this package and wish it had been around when I was pregnant. Do they do a 'post baby' package by any chance?

Asking for a friend.