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Top gym recommendations from locals

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“One of the best Yoga studios in the city. Book online in advance and enjoy a coffee and scone in the cafe afterwards. ”
  • 19 locals recommend
Trail
“The Bray-Greystones walk is highly recommended. The walk from Bray to Greystones is along the coast and offers beautiful views. There are lots of cafes and places to eat in Greystones and you can take the Dart back to Blackrock. ”
  • 13 locals recommend
Yoga Studio
“Yin and Tonic is the name of the cafe located in the Elbowroom. Healthy vegan/vegetarian and serves breakfast, lunch and coffee as well as sugar free cakes/sweet treats.”
  • 13 locals recommend
Gym
“Almost directly across the road from here if you fancy a swim, a workout, yoga or just a coffee watching everyone else getting active.”
  • 11 locals recommend
Gym / Fitness Centre
“You can get a daily, weekly or monthly pass to this gym, which is great if you're traveling. Just register on the computers at the entrance & swipe your credit card to enter.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Gym
“Beautiful lakes with boats available to hire or a green way walk or cycle around.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Gym
“These guys have been recommended to me. And they do a two week introduction offer of unlimited use for £20. Otherwise it's £9 a session. A dynamic, whole body practice guided by your breath and energy. In flowing sequences and places to pause, cultivate your strength, focus and peace from the inside out.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Gym
“3 swimming pools ( baby pool , medium and large) Large slide - Can pay as you go ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Gym
“Golfers have been travelling to Rosapenna since the late 19th century when the Old Tom Morris Links was ranked 3rd in the British Isles behind only The Old Course at St.Andrews and The Royal County Down Golf Club. With the addition of the hotel soon after the Old Tom Morris Links opened in 1893 Rosapenna is the true first golf resort in the world. In 2003 Rosapenna opened the second course the Sandy Hills Links designed by Pat Ruddy of The European Club fame. In its relatively short lifetime the Sandy Hills Links has been met with rave reviews and steadily climbed the rankings as it matures into one of the worlds finest modern links courses. Both the Old Tom Morris Links and Sandy Hills Links are ranked in the Top 50 of Golf Digest Ireland’s Top 100 Courses. The Sandy Hills Links was ranked No. 11 in Golf Worlds Top 100 courses in Ireland List 2015. In the summer of 2015 the Old Tom Morris Links proudly hosted the Irish Women's Close Amateur Championship won by Sarah Helly of Enniscrone and the Sandy Hills Links hosted the Golfing Union of Ireland's Men's Interprovincial Championship won by a strong Leinster side. Old Tom Morris Links & Sandy Hills Links Green Fee Winter 2019/20 Visitor Green Fee November & March €50.00 Visitor Green Fee December, Jan & Feb €40.00”
  • 3 locals recommend
Beauty Salon
“O Gormans restaurant at the Clybaun hotel offers family friendly meals. Also features a pub”
  • 4 locals recommend
Bar
“Go on, treat yourself! I've got a massage treatment there a couple of times and loved it. There is also a restaurant and bar in the hotel as well as Golf course. non-members welcome.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Gym
“The Greenway is just fantastic .. for cyclists and walkers of all ages .. bike rental in Dungarvan ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Gym
  • 2 locals recommend
Bar
“A great gem of a hotel with food served all-day. Lovely outside seating area overlooking the bay. Swimming pool and sauna facilities. Big screens showing all the current sporting events. Good bar. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Bowling Alley
“10 mins drive. Well run and busy. Cafe. Outdoor walks with fitness equipment. Swimming pools, main sports halls, squash courts etc. Outdoor all weather surfaces for hockey, football, athletics etc”
  • 2 locals recommend