"Nice hotel, very friendly staff. Food was great. We had booked a family room for me, my partner and 2 kids but found the room a bit small. Rooms were clean but the only issue we had was that our sheets weren't changed, usually this wouldn't have bothered me as we only stayed 2 nights but due to heavy ..."
"We were on the road, it was getting late and we needed a place to stay. Although it was nearly 10pm, they let us in, directed us to a great pub within walking distance that was still open for dinner and all went great. Very nice owners and their breakfast was delicious. A perfect overnight stay on ..."
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Drogheda Historic Hotels information
Historic Hotels in Drogheda
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Frequently asked questions
You're likely already making plans to see the historically relevant sites during your trip to Drogheda. You'll likely want to savour the top-notch restaurants and lively bars during your visit.
Based on our travel expertise, Roseville Lodge B&B is a top 3-star guest house for history seekers booking on Expedia, and it offers free parking and in-room coffee makers. Newgrange is a short 13-minute drive away. Other choices near historic sites include Spoon and the Stars Hostel and Windsor Lodge.
In Drogheda, you'll find 10 lodging options bookable on Expedia though you won't find many designated historic hotels.
Drogheda is notable for landmarks like Martello Tower, Beaulieu House and Gardens and St Laurence's Gate. A couple of additional sights to add to your itinerary are Boyne River Valley and St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church.
When you choose a historic hotel, you'll sleep in a place that has a national historic designation. A castle, a palace or even a pub or an old police station can be considered a historic hotel as long as it's of special interest. Traditional architecture and period features are often preserved within the guestrooms or public spaces of historic hotels in Drogheda, giving a sense of history.
You'll often hear the term "heritage hotel" in Asia and Europe, while "historic hotel" is a term often used in the U.S. overall though the terms are similar. The building and architecture of historic hotels tend to be what's most important. For a heritage hotel, it's mainly the cultural value along with how it influenced the community.
Hotels have the safety features and modern conveniences you might expect, while every effort is made to preserve the historic aspects and traditions. WiFi, heating and air conditioning, updated bathroom facilities, and the popular amenities found at a contemporary hotel will also be available in a historic hotel. Rest assured that when you choose a historic hotel in Drogheda, you won't be staying at a place that is rundown or uncomfortable.
Recent Reviews in Drogheda
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"Excellent stay. Checked in easily, the food was fast and delicious. The shuttle the airport was on time, clean and very fast! Would recommend and will definitely stay there again. "
A verified traveller stayed at Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport Hotel
"We booked to stay close to tayto park. The food in the bar was excellent.
Staff were very friendly on check in and serving in the bar were friendly and nothing a bother to them.
The rooms were clean, no complaints.
Breakfast was a bit poor, they had plenty of choice but the eggs and sausages were not great but it wouldn’t stop us from booking again. "
A verified traveller stayed at Pillo Hotel Ashbourne