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Conyngham Arms Hotel is located in the heart of the manor village of Slane, County Meath with breathtaking views of the Boyne Valley. The 3 Star Conyngham Arms Hotel is situated in an area rich in Celtic history.
Tankardstown, in Slane County Meath, is truly unique, it encompasses the best of a historic manor house with all the luxuries demanded by today's well travelled guests.
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.
Set in the Boyne Valley near a host of historic sites and golf courses, Abhainn Lodge is a spectacular self-catering property that can sleep nine people or more. Set on 7 hectares of beautiful land, the lodge is perfect for an escape.
Rannoch is a beautiful family owned guest house located directly on the beach front in the seaside resort of Bettystown, County Meath.
Clonabreany House and Courtyard in Clonabreany, Co. Meath is a beautifully restored courtyard with 10 original Georgian coaching buildings, with a choice of 3 - 4 bed cottages ranging in size from 1288 – 2095 square feet.
Located in the heart of County Meath only 20 minutes from Dublin, The Station House Hotel, which was originally a railway station, offers the very best in luxury accommodation and fine dining in the award winning Signal Restaurant.
Modern Townhouse with spacious bedrooms. Situated at the rear gate of Trim Castle Park. Restaurants, pubs, castle 5 minute walk. In Boyne Valley, Dublin Airport 35 minutes. Rick Steves recommended. Wifi extends to all rooms. All rooms ground floor.
Bellinter House is a country house hotel on the banks of the river Boyne in County Meath. Bellinter House, meticulously preserves its classic Georgian heritage while enhancing it with the best of modern Irish design.
from €85 pppn
From €130 per day
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