Kells

  1. Hideaway at Foxhollow

    Kells, Meath

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    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

  2. Grove Gardens & Open Farm

    Kells, 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. 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. Headfort Golf Club - New Course

    Kells, 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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  5. Birchwood

    Kells, Meath

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    Birchwood Bed and Breakfast is a modern farmhouse, located at Balrath, just ten minutes from Kells town, County Meath. Read more

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  6. The Bective Restaurant

    Kells, Meath

    The Bective Restaurant is a relaxed, atmospheric restaurant in the heritage town of Kells Co. Meath. Located on Bective square in the centre of town the Bective is open 7 nights a week. Read more

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  7. Headfort Arms Hotel

    Kells, Meath

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    The Duff family have been welcoming guests to the Headfort Arms Hotel for almost 40 years. It is located in the heritage town of Kells in the Boyne Valley, only one hour from Dublin. Read more

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  8. 39th Annual Moynalty Steam Threshing Festival

    Kells, Meath

    Aug 10 2014

    Events include reaping & binding; threshing by steam; and horse, tractor & flail. Museum on site and much more, all in Ireland's Tidiest Town. Read more

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  9. Kells High Crosses

    Kells, Meath

    In 804, monks from St Colmcille’s of Iona, Scotland founded a monastery in the town of Kells, County Meath. There, the Book of Kells was completed in the 9th century. The monastery is also known for its round tower and high crosses. Read more

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  10. Woodfield Open Farm

    Kells, Meath

    Woodfield Open Farm provides the opportunity to see traditional farm animals and sample home cooking in the Rustic coffee shop. Read more

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