Slane

  1. Fairyhouse Mews

    Slane, Meath

    At Newrath Stud we want to provide our guests with a unique experience be it watching thoroughbred horses being trained, to walking the grounds via the bridal path which is 2.2 miles around the perimeter of the farm, engaging in the on-goings of an equine farm or doing many of the on and offsite activities, we welcome you to enjoy this truly unique experience. Read more

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  2. Knowth Passage Tombs

    Slane, Meath

    The Megalithic Passage Tombs of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth, in the present day County of Meath, were built around 3200BC making them older than Stonehenge in England and the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. Read more

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  3. Killary Monastic Site

    Slane, Meath

    Found in County Meath, the early monastic site of Killary lies about 25 minutes northeast of Kells. Today, there are the remains of two high crosses and a church, and nearby, the monastic site of Knock. Read more

  4. Churchill Downs Mews

    Slane, Meath

    At Newrath Stud we want to provide our guests with a unique experience be it watching thoroughbred horses being trained, walking the grounds via the bridal path which is 2.2 miles around the perimeter of the farm, or engaging in the on-goings. Read more

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  5. Newgrange Bike Hire

    Slane, Meath

    Newgrange Bike Hire is located at Boyneside Farm in Donore, County Meath. Cyclists can explore the beautiful area of the Boyne Valley at their leisure. Read more

  6. The Millhouse

    Slane, Meath

    A 13-bedroom Georgian manor hotel, The Millhouse sits on the banks of the Boyne River in Slane, County Meath. The hotel provides comfortable accommodation and specialises in weddings and other special events. Read more

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  7. Hill of Slane

    Slane, Meath

    The Hill of Slane rises 158 metres above the surrounding countryside and can be seen from the Hill at Tara, 16 kilometres away. Read more

  8. Rossnaree House

    Slane, Meath

    Rossnaree (or 'headland of the kings') is an historic private house in County Meath, less than an hour from Dublin. It offers both a peaceful retreat for guests and an elegant, original venue for special events and artistic workshops. Read more

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  9. Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre

    Slane, Meath

    The Battle of the Boyne between King William III and his father in law, King James II in 1690 took place in the Boyne Valley in Oldbridge, County Meath. The Battle of the Boyne Centre tells this tale. Read more

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  10. Francis Ledwidge Museum

    Slane, Meath

    The museum is the cottage birthplace of World War I poet, Francis E. Ledwidge. It is a perfect example of a 19th Century farm labourer's cottage and was purchased and restored by the Francis Ledwidge Museum Committee in 1981.
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