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  • 7.13km to City/Town Centre

    Bellinter House

    Welcome to Bellinter House – your countryside retreat, a wonderfully unique place of enchantment and relaxation. Offering you the comfort and elegance of a luxury boutique hotel, Bellinter House invites you to retreat, relax and indulge yourself in the heart of the Boyne Valley. With a full range of spa services, speciality experiences and the finest award winning cuisine in the area, your time in Bellinter House will be a truly unforgettable experience. Come discover what makes Bellinter House so extraordinary.

    Address: Bellinter House, Navan, County Meath

    • Trim Castle - km
    • Hill of Tara - km
  • 2.35km to City/Town Centre

    Knightsbrook Hotel

    When it comes to hotels in Meath, or indeed hotels in Trim, our luxurious Family Run Knightsbrook Hotel, Spa and Golf Resort is a guaranteed-to-impress first choice. This prestigious lifestyle development offers arguably some of the best four-star hotel accommodation in Meath, underpinned by a superb and subtle combination of elegant luxury and modern sophistication.Family run Meath Spa and Golf Resort is situated at the heart of a whopping 186 acres of rolling parkland, providing residents and guests with ultimate privacy, sublime tranquillity and superb scenery to explore.

    Address: Dublin Road, Trim, Co. Meath

    • Trim Castle - km
    • Hill of Tara - km
  • 2.22km to City/Town Centre

    The Hamlet Court Hotel

    Nestled in the heart of the quaint hamlet village of Johnstownbridge on the border between County Kildare and County Meath, The Hamlet Court Hotel oozes all the character and charm associated with a boutique hotel in rural surrounds.The picturesque setting for the luxurious venue lends itself to creating the perfect, indulgent escape to the country yet only 30 minute drive into the bustle of Dublin City Centre and its tailor-made for any occasion, celebrating or simply to getaway from it all.The management and staff of the hotel pride themselves in presenting an unsurpassed level of professionalism to all aspects of the service industry and to give the care and personal attention to each of our customers that only a family run business can provide. Indeed the family are proud to be celebrating their 50 year anniversary at the hotel this year!

    Address: Johnstownbridge, Enfield, County Meath, Ireland

    • Trim Castle - km
  • 17.92km to City/Town Centre

    Trim Castle Hotel

    Trim Castle Hotel celebrates over a decade in business. Founded in 2006 by the O’Brien family, our hotel offers 68 elegant bedrooms. We are situated in an opportune location, overlooking the eponymous Anglo-Norman castle at Trim, location of the Mel Gibson movie ‘Braveheart’. Combining luxury and conviviality, our location in Ireland’s ancient town of Trim

    Address: Castle Street, Trim Co Meath

    • Trim Castle - km
    • Hill of Tara - km

Things to See & Do


  • Trim Castle
  • Tayto Park
  • Newgrange
  • Red Mountain Open Farm
  • Laytown Strand
  • Navan Racecourse
  • Newgrange Farm
  • Loughcrew Adventure Centre 
  • Loughcrew Gardens
  • Hill of Tara
  • portmarnock golf course
  • Killeen Castle
  • knightsbrook meath

Things to Do

  •  Newgrange is one of Ireland’s most significant and spectacular passage-graves and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It dates from 3200 BC which makes it older than Stonehenge and the Egyptian Pyramids. In order to visit Newgrange, the Visitor Centre is your first port of call, a shuttle bus brings you from the centre up to the Monument.  There is also plenty to see in the Visitor Centre itself which contains exhibitions that describe the society that created the Neolithic tombs. Other facilities in the Centre include tourist information, tearoom, picnic area and parking. 

  • Trim Castle was completed around 1220 and the Irish Parliament met there several times in the 15th century. At one stage, it was used as a mint for the country’s currency.  Nowadays it is well known as a location for the film ‘Braveheart’. It took over 30 years to construct the castle by Hugh de Lacy and his son Walter and is Ireland’s largest Anglo-Norman castle. 

  • Hill of Tara – A major ritual site since the Stone Age, this ancient site became the symbolic seat of Ireland’s High Kings until the 11 century. A film in the visitor centre shows stunning aerial views that will help you get your bearings. Discover the ‘Mound of Hostages’, the mound of Cormac’s House and the King’s Seat with the Stone of Destiny. Soak in the atmosphere of this ancient landscape as you take in the views of the lowlands around the Boyne and Blackwater Valleys. 

  • Kells Heritage Town, High Cross and Round Tower – Kells was one of the religious centres of Western Europe in the 8th and 10th Century. For centuries, this ancient monastic town housed the Book of Kells and produced one of Ireland’s most important collection of High Crosses, some of which can still be seen today. It is situated 60 km north west of Dublin in the historic Boyne Valley. 

  • Slane Castle re-opened for guided tours in 2001 after a decade-long restoration programme. The Castle is situated in a dramatic setting by the River Boyne and set in the middle of a 1,500 acre estate in the heart of the Boyne Valley. It has been home to the Conyngham family since 1703. Historical tours guide you through the Castle where you can learn about the history of the building and hear all about the world famous concerts that have been held on the grounds over the years. 

  • Tayto Park located in Ashbourne just 30 minutes from Dublin is Ireland’s only theme park and zoo. There is something for all ages with over 100 attractions to experience and enjoy. Ireland’s first rollercoaster will be sure to get the adrenaline flowing along with the Extreme Climbing walls or the Sky Walk. Thrilling play areas are situated throughout the park for the 6-12 year olds. Why not take the free Tayto Factory Tour and find out the history behind Tayto or stroll through the zoo and interact with the amazing animal collection from Meerkats to Tigers. A thoroughly enjoyable day out!

  • Causey Farm is a group activity centre based on fun and a variety of entertainment, tourism and education programmes. Interactive cultural experiences are provided for Irish and international groups but there are also fantastic seasonal events for families and individuals to come along and join in the fun. Experience a Hen Party with a difference at Causey Farm, book in your work colleagues for a team bonding experience or come with the family during Halloween and Christmas and experience the seasonal delights. 

  • Loughcrew Historic Gardens are located near Oldcastle in County Meath, only an hour’s drive from Dublin.  Experience the magic of Loughcrew Estate, Gardens and Adventure Centre combining history, beauty, fantasy and atmosphere.  Walk through centuries of garden and landscape fantasy. Meet Alice and encounter fairies and other surprises on the woodland walks.  Book a group into the adventure centre for a day of team bonding and revitalizing activities. 

  • The Battle of the Boyne Visitors Centre is located in the recently restored 18th Century Oldbridge House. It is the site of the famous 17th century battle. Discover the story of this infamous historic battle and walk through the nearby Townley Hall Woods Trail that takes visitors through King William’s Glen where the Williamite troops were ultimately victorious. Self-guided walks are also available through the core battle site and Oldbridge Estate. 

  • Rathbeggan Lakes Heritage & Adventure Park are situated near Dunshaughlin, County Meath. There are a range of activities to suit all ages including fishing, lakeside walks, play areas, pedal boats, pet farm, picnic areas and so much more. The Family Adventure Walk will bring you back in time from Stone Age Settlements to early Christian times, learn how our predecessors lived, protected and fed their families. A large range of extra activities are added during the school holidays and summer months. 

  • Hill of Slane – It was here that St Patrick lit his Pascal fire in 433 AD. Today the remains of a 16th century church can be seen on the site of the ancient church founded by St Patrick.  There are also a number of other historic sites located around the top of the hill. On a clear day Drogheda, the Irish Sea and the Wicklow Mountains to the south can be seen.