A land of history, horses and epic landscapes
Ireland’s ‘wee’ county is an adventure waiting to happen
Trim Slí Starting in the heart of the medieval town at Trim Castle the 3.7km
Kraft Kaffee serves organic coffee, light lunches. The Cafe displays and sells a selection of beautiful Irish hand...
Tattersalls Ireland is renowned for selling top class National Hunt horses both nationally and internationally. It is...
The Pillo Hotel Ashbourne in County Meath boasts luxury spa and leisure facilities. Visitors can work out in the state...
Knightsbrook Golf Club was the official venue to the Ping Junior Solheim Cup 2011.
Based in Dublin and Meath, McCaffrey Coaches operate a fleet of deluxe touring coaches.The cater for the incoming tourist,...
Seamus Cassidy – Award winning Woodturner – atmospheric Studio and Gallery - 5km from Bru na Boinne (Newgrange), Slane...
Coastal Drive from Bru na Boinne via Drogheda, Termonfeckin, Clogherhead, Port Dunany, Annagasan and Castlebellingham.
Celebrate the central role the River Boyne plays in Ireland’s factual and fictional past at the Trim Salmon of Knowledge...
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