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Ireland’s ‘wee’ county is an adventure waiting to happen
Kraft Kaffee serves organic coffee, light lunches. The Cafe displays and sells a selection of beautiful Irish hand...
La Bucca Restaurant in Ashbourne Co. Meath is one of a family friendly group of three restaurants, the others are located...
Witch’s Hill Tearooms based in the centre of the Oldcastle town. Pop in for a cuppa and a chat. They specialise in tea...
Loughcrew is located near Oldcastle, County Meath and offers 2.5 hectares of splendid gardens for visitors to explore....
Saint Patrick’s Church was built in 1896, designed by J.F. Fuller, an authority on the Hiberno Romanesque style
Bellewstown Golf Club is an exciting and challenging par-72, 18-hole course built by the Leonard family, on their 150...
What's rare is beautiful and Irish racegoers certainly show their appreciation of this precious jewel in the racing...
The Pillo Hotel Ashbourne in County Meath boasts luxury spa and leisure facilities. Visitors can work out in the state...
This off-shoot of the world renowned Hay Festival in Wales, Hay Festival Kells is a celebration of literature, art,...
Get up close with Ireland's leading event riders at this great fun filled family festival.
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