The country house has apologised for any offence caused, but have also assured that the package will still be available under a different name.
Boutique hotel Rosnashane House have taken to social media to issue an apology for their 'bikinis and balaclavas' branded spa offer which has been described as being in 'bad taste'.
The package was advertised on the hotel's Facebook page last week, along with a rundown of what the deal includes.
"Arrive to let off some steam at our private gun range... then enjoy a 30-minute private hot tub with drink of choice", the description reads.
“Finish off with a 30-minute spa treatment of choice... then head home and get ready for a night on the town or a night in after a great day’s fun".
The post also included pictures of models dressed in bikinis and people dressed in camo, holding airsoft guns.
The ad which has since been removed has been described as offensive by Causeway Coast and Glens DUP councillor Mervyn Storey.
The councillor wrote: “To say that this is bad taste is putting it mildly. There is nothing glamorous in using balaclavas and guns to promote any business. Where is the respect for victims of horrific violence?”
Rosnashane House has since apologised for the ad, insisting no offence was meant.
Header image via Facebook/Rosnashane House