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Knightsbrook Hotel Spa & Golf Resort - Trim Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Knightsbrook Hotel Spa & Golf Resort

Dublin Road, Trim - Map
 
 
"Exceptional in all departments"
Lovely staff. Amazing level of hospitality and service. Immaculate hotel. Great food lovely dining room. Comfortable bars and beautiful grounds
Traveller from wimbledon
When it comes to hotels in Meath, or indeed hotels in Trim, The Knightsbrook Hotel, Spa and Golf Resort should be your first …More
Newgrange Hotel - Navan Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Newgrange Hotel

Bridge Street, Navan - Map
 
 
I booked my stay for one night, the room was clean and comfortable. I requested an early morning alarm call which didn't happen, I was therefore unable to stay for breakfast so can't comment on that. Louise on reception was extremely helpful though.
Traveller from M
Located in Navan, in the heart of the Royal County of Meath, the Newgrange Hotel is one of the finest hotels in Meath. This …More
Ardboyne Hotel - Navan Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Ardboyne Hotel

Dublin Road, Navan - Map
 
 
"Very relaxing place"
Very happy to stay in this hotel,it has a nice atmosphere
Traveller from b
Welcome to the Ardboyne Hotel Meath. Often referred to as one of the very best hotels in Navan, the Ardboyne is situated at …More
Bellinter House - Navan Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Bellinter House

Navan, Navan - Map
 
 
"A unique stay"
We LOVED our stay at Bellinter! It's so great to have a huge old mansion to just hang out in instead of a hotel room. The grandeur of the place is stunning. It felt like we'd been invited to stay at the dowager house in Downton Abbey. A very unique hotel experience. I was dying to see the larger bedrooms in the main house so the receptionist let us have a look after someone had checked out. Thought that was very kind of her. We paid a very reasonable price for what felt like a luxurious stay.
Traveller from Utah
Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa - Dunboyne Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa

Maynooth Road, Dunboyne - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel, walking distance to small town "
Had a two night stay at the hotel and enjoyed it. The hotel is nice and modern with a lovely restaurant and two nice bars. We were upgraded to an executive room on the fourth floor however I was slightly disappointed. It was not what I would call "executive"- it had a nice modern flat screen and our view was fine but the room and bathroom were quite dated and tired. Upon viewing a standard room I felt it was nicer! Much more cosy and modern. Hotel staff very helpful and friendly. Spa was nice enough. Plenty of steam rooms and a nice sauna with a lovely circular pool however the walls were peeling quite a bit. Overall I would come back to this hotel.
Traveller from mck
City North Hotel - Gormanston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

City North Hotel

M1 Motorway, Gormanston - Map
 
 
"Close to the airport and yet out of the city."
Everything was fine, however the girls at the front desk rarely looked up from their computers. The wifi did not work well in the rooms at all - you really had to go down to the lobby to get connected. A microwave or mini fridge would have been much more appreciated than the room safe.
Traveller from Midwest, USA
CityNorth Hotel is located at a midpoint between the famed Boyne Valley region, Slane Castle, the extraordinary Newgrange …More
Pillo Hotel Ashbourne - Ashbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Pillo Hotel Ashbourne

The Rath, Ashbourne - Map
 
 
"Beautiful Hotel"
Very clean and modern Hotel with excellent facilities for Adults and Children. Staff are very friendly and go out of their way 2 accomadate you. Will definately be back.
Traveller from Monaghan
Station House Hotel - Kilmessan Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Station House Hotel

Kilmessan, Kilmessan - Map
 
 
"cosy friendly hotel great value"
hotel was clean and the gardens were well maintained, staff were helpful and warm.we spent three nights at the hotel and would go again.
steve&christine from manchester
the d hotel - Drogheda Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

the d hotel

Scotch Hall, Drogheda - Map
 
 
"Great location"
Hotel staff was friendly and helpful. Our room was very nice but the only thing to be aware we of is if you are located on the first floor, it can be very noisy from the music and crowd in the bar below. Don't expect quiet before 2am when the bar closes. Unfortunately, we discovered too late in the evening that our window would not lock shut so the noise was definitely loud. Otherwise, the free breakfast, wi-fi and parking created a great value.
Traveller from Newbury Park CA USA
Boyne Valley Hotel - Drogheda Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Boyne Valley Hotel

Stameen, Dublin Road, Drogheda - Map
 
 
"Hotel stay"
Stop here all the time with my son, staff are great, pool is good and the grounds are great for walking or playing, rooms aren't new but are clean and well maintained.
Traveller from s
Visit us and experience old World Charm with all the modern amenities in a woodland setting. Only twenty minutes from Dublin …More

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    Pocket Guide: Meath

    The county of Meath is a popular holiday destination that borders Dublin and is only a short drive from Dublin City. The main town of Meath is Navan, but it is the history and heritage of Meath that makes it such a popular travel destination.

    Meath is the home of Newgrange, a prehistoric monument that dates back to 3000BC and is older than both Stonehenge and the Egyptian Pyramids. This can come as a bit of a surprise to many people, but if you have an interest in historic sites, then Newgrange is a must see. This ancient temple is located in Brú na Bóinne which is an impressive World Heritage Site (one of 3 in Ireland), and the largest Megalithic site in Europe. Another famous historic site in Meath is the Hill of Tara, which like Newgrange dates back to the stone age. The Hill of Tara was best known as the seat of the High King of Ireland and also contains a number of ancient monuments.

    Explore the Castles in Co Meath

    If it’s castles you want to see then Ireland is the place to be, and Meath is home to two of the most famous castles in the country - Slane Castle and Trim Castle. Slane Castle overlooks the River Boyne and is located near to the location of the famous Battle of the Boyne. The impressive grounds at Slane Castle have played host to some of the most famous names in the world of music, with Queen, U2, Bruce Springsteen and Madonna all headlining music concerts at Slane. Trim Castle dates back to Normandy and is the largest Norman Castle in Ireland, and another impressive building. The 4 Star Trim Castle Hotel lies at the foot of the castle, and for movie fans among you, Trim Castle was used in the Oscar winning movie, Braveheart.

    Horses for Courses

    Meath is also home to some of the finest horseracing courses in Ireland, with Fairyhouse (home of the Irish Grand National), Bellewstown and Navan all home to fantastic racecourses that provide a memorable day out at the races. Meath is also home to the only official strand races in Europe, which takes place on the beach at Laytown.

    Quiet seaside breaks aplenty

    The neighbouring towns of Laytown, Bettystown, Julianstown and Bellewstown all offer plenty to do for visitors. There’s horseracing, golf, funfairs, outdoor activities and a trip to the seaside all on the agenda, along with great views of the Mourne Mountains and the Irish Sea. You’re also never more than a short drive to the main shopping town of Navan, allowing you to get that perfect balance of relaxation and shopping on your trip. With so many quaint country pubs and restaurants spread across Meath, you can certainly relax and unwind on a break to the Royal County.

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