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The Glenside Hotel is set in a peaceful countryside setting, two kilometres south of the historic town of Drogheda, ideally located for a country break or to host your dream wedding day.
For a luxurious holiday with a bit of independence, travellers can choose the self-catering cottages at Knightsbrook Hotel, Spa and Golf Resort in Trim, County Meath. Each cottage features three ensuite bedrooms and may occupied on a serviced basis.
With four charming cottages and splendid gardens, Balrath Courtyard is a wonderful choice for a self-catering holiday near Navan, County Meath. Just 10 minutes from Newgrange, the property offers guests a great location and friendly accommodation.
Nestled in the heritage soaked County Meath, conveniently located minutes from Dublin City, the four star Pillo Hotel Ashbourne is located ideally for both the city slicker and those who enjoy the peace and quiet of country life.
Set on a working farm, the charming Courtyard Apartments include lots of special details, such as fresh home baking, and fruit and vegetables available on the farm. Set near Dunshaughlin, County Meath, they are ideal for touring the region.
The Castle Arch Hotel, in Trim County Meath, is a traditional boutique style hotel offering 21 modern guestrooms and delicious Irish cuisine, less than 35 minutes from Dublin.
At Kiltale Farm, travellers can discover six, splendid self-catering properties that are perfect for family vacations in County Meath. The accommodation, set near Trim, offers fun for the young and old with a free, hands-on farm experience.
The Bridge House Tourist Hostel is a modernised, old house in the centre of Trim, County Meath. It boasts magnificent views of the River Boyne and Trim Castle.
The Cottages are six renowned holiday homes located near Bettystown, County Meath. The luxurious self-catering cottages are superbly located for a dream vacation, whether spent golfing, fishing, walking or simply relaxing by the sea.
From €199.00 Per Room
From €50 Per Adult
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