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Bridge Street, Navan, Meath, Republic of Ireland
The Newgrange Hotel Navan, part of the Cusack Hotel Group, is located in the heart of the Royal County of Meath and is one of its finest hotels, boasting a unique combination of ancient world ambience and modern facilities.
Located in Navan, in the heart of the Royal County of Meath, the Newgrange Hotel is one of the finest hotels in Meath. This deluxe hotel has been designed with meticulous care to reflect its historic surroundings, boasting a unique combination of ancient world ambience and modern facilities.
With 62 beautifully appointed rooms, corporate and leisure guests alike can enjoy the peace and tranquillity that Newgrange offers. Each room is fully equipped with everything you could ever require, from remote controlled multi-channel televisions to direct dial telephone, trouser press, iron and ironing board, hairdryer plus tea- and coffee-making facilities.
The excellent Bridge Restaurant serves delectable cuisine, while Rowley's Bar offers the perfect place to unwind with a drink or two. Additional facilities include conference facilities as well as wedding facilities, debutante balls, the Niteclub Solar (which boasts four large bars and an exclusive VIP area), team building events and many other options to suit every need. Guests at this superb hotel accommodation in Meath can expect the charm and character of an inviting country hotel, while enjoying the very best of Irish hospitality from a trained and experienced team.
Located less than 35 minutes from Dublin and situated in the centre of Navan town in Meath, guests are in close proximity to a wealth of tourist attractions and facilities. Key tourist attractions to visit include the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bru na Boinne, Norman Castle at Trim, the fabled Hill of Tara, the Battle of the Boyne site and the holy Hill of Slane, while a wide variety of additional attractions in the area include the Rathbeggan Lakes Angling Centre and Family Park, golf courses, horse racing, fishing, concerts, festivals and events.