The Residents Hotel
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Bridge Street, Ashbourne, Meath, Republic of Ireland
Ms Amanda Cahalan
T: +353 (0)1 8359300
F: +353 (0)1 8359301
The Residents Hotel, in Ashbourne County Meath, is a boutique style hotel with 42 bedrooms, conference facilities, a bar which serves food all day and a restaurant/function room for all your party requirements.
The Residents Hotel, in Ashbourne County Meath, consists of 42 bedrooms, all of which are very comfortable, decorated in a modern colour scheme and furnished to a high standard.
Each of the rooms is ensuite with tea and coffee making facilities, remote control television, Wi-Fi, iron and ironing board, hairdryer, telephone, crisp white linens and a work desk with lamp. Wheelchair accessible rooms are also available.
The Living Room Bar is the ideal place to relax over lunch or try the extensive a la carte menu which is served until 8.45pm daily. The Living Room Bar is open late from Friday to Sunday with live DJ's and entertainment most weekends. It is the ideal setting for your party and you can reserve an area for you and your guests.
The Old Forge Restaurant is available to hire (free of charge) for all your party or function requirements. We can offer you a set menu, buffet or finger food options. The Old Forge Restaurant is a truly unique setting for your event where classic furniture has been given a modern twist with exciting contemporary fabrics and vintage accessories and features to soften the look and make this a comfortable setting for any event.
Set in the centre of Ashbourne near all the local shops they are also conveniently located right across the road from the bus stop, which will take you directly into Dublin's O'Connell Street in less than 30 minutes passing Croke Park on the way. The town of Ashbourne is also the perfect base for tourist sites such as Newgrange, Hill of Tara, Knowth and Dowth.
Being a mere 15 minutes from Dublin Airport and 10 minutes from the M50 Motorway, The Residents Hotel is an ideal location for a wedding or any corporate function.