This incredible property has recently been added to Homeaway. It offers a unique opportunity to stay in a very special historic house. Apart from the well-appointed ensuite bathrooms and kitchen facilities little has changed here in 100 years. The family portraits and antique furniture and works of art from the family makes this a very special place to stay. The owner Aisling Law is from a long line of artists as well as the great-granddaughter of the Irish heroine Maud Gonne who was also muse to W.B Yeats . Flower arrangements and fresh produce from the garden and eggs from the farm makes it homely. Extensive grounds with mature trees and views over the river to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Newgrange. Walled garden, farmyard fowl, and beautiful BBQ area and pizza oven area hidden away in the ancient Yew wood. Walks by the river, dogs to accompany you on a riverside walk and maybe come across one of the residents who live on the estate, who can tell you the many stories and legends of this beautiful area and its history which dates back to the 6th century makes Rossnaree House a memorable place to spend a week or a few days and an ideal place for families.
The nearby village of Slane has some great pubs with live music sessions ,and good restaurants, as well as the recently established Slane Castle Whiskey Distillery Heritage. There are 5 bespoke bedrooms, dining room, drawing room and library with projector and screen with an eclectic video library, kitchen with all mod-cons
Private fishing on pristine waters available during the fishing season, with booking in advance. Guide and fishing equipment can be arranged by owners. Lots of major historical sites in the immediate area: Newgrange, Knowth Tara , Hill of Slane, Slane Castle, Trim Castle and Monasterboice High Cross.
Kayaking and Coracle trips down the Boyne
Group dinners can be arranged with advance booking
Art studio available
Pizza oven in woods
Horse and carriage trips
We have outdoor games such as Boules,Badmington and soft Archery available for guests
Close proximity to Dublin (40 mins drive or by train or bus) for day trips to museums and shops