63 Accommodation, 11 Events , 149 Things to do
Newgrange Farm is a 333 acre farm situated in the beautiful and historic Boyne Valley and surrounds the famous national monument of Newgrange, in County Meath.
Grove Gardens & Open Farm provides a fun experience for all ages. Located near Kells, County Meath, Grove features gardens, tropical birds and farm animals. Groups are catered for.
Annual horse racing on the beach at Laytown, Co. Meath
Sonairte is an interactive visitor centre promoting ecological awareness and sustainable living situated in Laytown, County Meath. Its 10 acre site hosts an organic garden, nature trail, river walk, cafe, shop and information centre.
Causey Farm is a fun based venue for a variety of entertainment, tourism and educational programs, in Navan County Meath. It is a beef cattle and sheep farm with a small herd of Connemara Ponies.
The Hill of Tara was the seat of the High Kings of Ireland, it was the most important centre of political and religious power in pre-Christian Ireland.
Trim Castle is Ireland's largest Anglo Norman castle, set in the equally heritage rich Boyne Valley in Trim, County Meath. It was constructed over a thirty year period by Hugh de Lacy and his son Walter.
Fairyhouse is the venue for many of the biggest races of the Irish jump season, with the crowning glory coming on Easter Monday when the holiday celebrations reach fever pitch for the running of the Powers Whiskey Irish Grand National.
"Sure they would be mad not to", as Hector O'Heochagain might have said about his home town track, because Navan's impressive big race schedule offers not just trials for big races elsewhere, but lots of races that can stand on their own as important events.
Loughcrew is located near Oldcastle, County Meath and offers 2.5 hectares of splendid gardens for visitors to explore. The property includes a medieval mote and the family church and tower house of St Oliver Plunkett.
€210 pps (Christmas and Easter excluded)
€600 per stay
€98 per day
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