A land of history, horses and epic landscapes
Ireland’s ‘wee’ county is an adventure waiting to happen
The Laytown & Bettystown course sweeps along the coast with views of the Irish Sea and Maiden Tower, Morington. It can...
Loughcrew Hill Walk is located in Oldcastle, County Meath and of moderate difficulty.
A brand new exciting and original heritage tourism attraction for Co Meath and Ireland’s Ancient East centred around...
The River Health Spa at Knightsbrook Hotel, Spa and Golf Resort in Trim, County Meath is a holistic cultural venture...
The Drogheda Slí na Sláinte 3.3 km route takes you down Peter Street past the Thosel into Shop Street and up to the...
An Grianan is a unique centre in the picturesque village of Termonfeckin, County Louth, that combines a residential...
Drogheda Town Market is an open air market selling local produce,clothes, electrical goods and much more. It takes place...
The River Boyne rises near Carbury, County Kildare and flows northeast through County Meath, where it enters the Irish...
Get up close with Ireland's leading event riders at this great fun filled family festival.
This off-shoot of the world renowned Hay Festival in Wales, Hay Festival Kells is a celebration of literature, art,...
From £525 per boat
From €49.00 PPS
from EUR 1,895 per person sharing
£15 per person - minimum group 5
£105 based on 2 persons sharing, breakfast included, a platter for 2 on the evening of your stay. Discount Vouchers to Castle Gardens & Tearoom.
From £39 per person
Total stay (Based on 2 people sharing)
From £60.00 per person sharing in Low Season.
Minimum group charge
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