Oldcastle

  1. Curran's House

    Oldcastle, Meath

    Modern house on own grounds with landscaped gardens. All rooms en suite with T.V and central heating. Gardens for visitors use with car park. Read more

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  2. Loughcrew Historic Gardens

    Oldcastle, Meath

    Loughcrew Historic Gardens and Coffee Shop. We have a café, gardens with walks, adventure centre and a stately home available for rent. We are 5kms from Oldcastle. Read more

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  3. Patrickstown Viewing Point

    Oldcastle, Meath

    Patrick's Hill forms part of the Loughcrew complex of Neolithic passage tombs. There are several fine examples of cairns and standing stones. Read more

  4. Oldcastle Visitor Information Point

    Oldcastle, Meath

    Welcome to the Visitor Information Point network. The friendly and knowledgeable staff look forward to meeting you and helping you plan your visit in Ireland. Read more

  5. Fincourt Lodge

    Oldcastle, Meath

    Located in Oldcastle, County Meath, the self-catering accommodation, Fincourt Lodge, is spacious and self-detached. It is a four-bedroom house that can sleep up to eight people. Read more

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  6. Curran

    Oldcastle, Meath

    The Curran house is a large accommodation perfect for a self-catering holiday in County Meath. Set in Oldcastle and near fine fishing, the house is well equipped and an excellent base for discovering the region. Read more

  7. Loughcrew Hill Walk

    Oldcastle, Meath

    Loughcrew Hill Walk is located in Oldcastle, County Meath and of moderate difficulty. Read more

  8. Kraft Kaffee and Visitor Information Point

    Oldcastle, Meath

    Kraft Kaffee serves organic coffee, light lunches. The Cafe displays and sells a selection of beautiful Irish hand made gifts. Maps and tourist information is also available at Kraft Kaffee. Read more

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  9. Loughcrew Cairns

    Oldcastle, Meath

    The Loughcrew Cairns are one of Ireland’s archaeological treasures and can be found just 3km east of Oldcastle, County Meath. The site comprises a group of 5,000-year-old Neolithic passage tombs. Read more

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  10. Megalithic Man Adventure Race 2014

    Oldcastle, Meath

    An adventure race with something for the whole family. Test your nerve and determination as you take on the challenging Meath countryside. Course includes a run, cycle and assault course. Read more

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