Kells

  1. Kells Farmers Market

    Kells, Meath

    Kells Farmers Market is held every Saturday in Kells, County Meath. Products for sale include fresh produce, coffee, antiques and crafts plus much more. Read more

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  2. Sheridan’s Cheesemongers Ltd.

    Kells, Meath

    Sheridan’s Cheesemongers sells farmhouse cheeses and foods that are handmade in Ireland and also a wide selection of delicious artisan produce from all over Europe. They have retail outlets and market stalls in Counties Dublin, Galway and Meath. Read more

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  3. Meath Eco Guided Tours

    Kells, Meath

    Discover the beautiful heritage county of Meath with experienced local guide Kate Flood. Meath Eco Tours offers an engaging and educational experience combined with a relaxing ramble, themed walks of various sites of interest around Meath. Read more

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  4. Meath Guided Eco Tours

    Kells, Meath

    Meath Eco Tours offers an engaging and educational experience combined with a relaxing ramble, themed walks of various sites of interest in the great outdoors of Co. Meath. Discover the heritage of Meath with experienced guide Kate Flood. Read more

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  5. Clonabreany House & Courtyard

    Kells, 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. Read more

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  6. Spire of Lloyd

    Kells, Meath

    The Spire of Lloyd is Ireland's only inland lighthouse. Built in 1791, it stands about a 4 minute drive outside the Heritage Town of Kells on the Oldcastle Road. Read more

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  7. Skryne Church

    Kells, Meath

    A 15th Century church ruin, known locally as Skryne Tower, perches atop The Hill of Skryne. Read more

  8. Ardmulchan Church

    Kells, Meath

    Ruins of Ardmulchan Church and Graveyard date back to the late 12th Century. The ground floor of the square bell tower remains almost intact. Read more

  9. Hideaway at Foxhollow

    Kells, Meath

    Hideaway at Foxhollow is a tastefully decorated cosy farmhouse located near the village of Fordstown, midway between Athboy and Kells and 1 hr from Dublin. Guests can look forward to woodburning stoves lit on arrival, welcome food hamper, and bicycles to explore the locality. Read more

  10. Kells Slí na Sláinte

    Kells, Meath

    The Kells Slí na Sláinte is a 3km route (6km return) and skirts most of the notable heritage buildings and monuments within the town. It commences at the Heritage Centre adjacent to the Market Cross. Read more

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