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Well-Spring at Mount Stewart - Experience AND 2024

National Trust - Mount Stewart, Portaferry Road, Newtownards, County Down, BT22 2AD
Sound Bathing


Part of Experience Ards and North Down 2024. Click here to see the full programme. 


Step away from your everyday and join Tessa Ann, from The Sound Healing Spa, for three carefully curated wellbeing sessions at National Trust-Mount Stewart, one of Northern Irelands most beautiful House and Gardens, located on the shores of Strangford Lough near Newtownards.

Using various locations around the property, including the outdoors, you will be guided through three wellness practices, that, while different, will link together under one holistic theme.

The wellness practices will include sound healing, gentle movement practices and a mindful walk. This experience will include healthy refreshments on arrival and a wholesome buffet lunch created by the Mount Stewart Tea Room.

This beautiful experience will leave you restored and refreshed, ready to step back into everyday life. If you want some 'me time' this experience will deliver.

Things to note
Meet at the reception of Mount Stewart at 10.45am.
No concessions
Suitable for those aged 15 years plus.  All U18s must be accompanied by a paying adult.
Open to all, however, from the sound perspective, this experience is not suitable for those in the first trimester of pregnancy (under 13 weeks)

Tickets close one week before 11 May.

Dietary requirements 
Please ensure that you check with all members of your party regarding food allergies, intolerances, and dietary requirements prior to booking tickets.
It is the responsibility of the ticketholder to inform a member of staff at the host venue about food allergies, intolerances and specific dietary requirements. 
This must be done 72 hours before the experience by contacting Ruth:

Getting there

By Car:  Belfast follow the A20 to Newtownards.  Follow the A20 along the Kempe Stones Road. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Portaferry Rd/A20.  Continue along the Portaferry Road A20, destination on the left. Mount Stewart clearly signposted.

There is parking available on site.

By Bus: Belfast to Portaferry. Mount Stewart stop along the Portaferry Road.  See Translink NI website for bus departure and arrival times.

If guests have a question regarding accessibility they should contact Ruth to discuss before booking:                                                               

Where practicable providers within the Experience Programme will aim to accommodate carers and be as inclusive as possible. With such a diverse range of activities, operated by a number of providers, it is necessary for this to be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
Please contact Bangor Visitor Information Centre on 028 9127 0069, and they will be able to address your enquiry.

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11am-4.30pm. Meet 10.45am (18 May 2024)

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