Meath

  1. Bellewstown Golf Club

    Bellewstown, Meath

    Quality approved golf course | approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been independently checked out before you tee-off. Read more

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  2. Premier Jumps Festival at Fairyhouse Racecourse

    Ratoath, Meath

    The last weekend of every November sees top quality racing at the Premier Jumps Racing Weekend. This meeting is an extremely popular event with entertainment for all the family. Read more

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  3. Coastal Drive from Bru na Boinne

    Newgrange, Meath

    Coastal Drive from Bru na Boinne via Drogheda, Termonfeckin, Clogherhead, Port Dunany, Annagasan and Castlebellingham.
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  4. Tara Slí na Sláinte

    Tara, Meath

    The Tara Slí (4.5Km), which is looped starts at the historic Hill of Tara once seat of the High Kings of Ireland with the Duchas Interpretive Centre and the newly erected statue of St.Patrick in the background. Read more

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  5. Townley Hall Woods

    Oldbridge, Meath

    The woods form part of 60 acres of rolling parklands surrounding the magnificent Georgian mansion of Townley Hall. Read more

  6. Puddenhill Activity Centre

    Ashbourne, Meath

    Located in Garristown, County Meath, five miles north of Ashbourne, Puddenhill Activity Centre is the ideal venue for a family or corporate day out. Read more

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  7. Megalithic Man Adventure Race

    Oldcastle, Meath

    Adventure race consisting of running, cycling, hiking and an assault course, with distances for all abilities ensuring a challenge no matter how fit you are! Read more

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  8. Hay Kells Book Festival

    Kells, Meath

    The Irish offshoot of the Hay Festival in Wales, this event hosts authors, performers, historians, chefs, children's writers and anyone that can be read and enjoyed by the general public. Read more

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  9. Boyne Art Studio

    Navan, Meath

    Boyne Art Studio is located on the R161 Trim/Navan Road (approx. half way between the two towns) in an old Bective Church. Read more

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  10. Dardistown Castle

    Julianstown, Meath

    Dardistown Castle was built in 1465 by John Cornwalsh with a British Government grant of £10.Dardistown is an excellent example of a large fifteenth Century Manor House. Read more

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