Kells

  1. Sheridan’s Cheesemongers Ltd.

    Kells, Meath

    Sheridan’s Cheesemongers sells farmhouse cheeses and foods that are handmade in Ireland and also a wide selection of delicious artisan produce from all over Europe. They have retail outlets and market stalls in Counties Dublin, Galway and Meath. Read more

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  2. Kells Slí na Sláinte

    Kells, Meath

    The Kells Slí na Sláinte is a 3km route (6km return) and skirts most of the notable heritage buildings and monuments within the town. It commences at the Heritage Centre adjacent to the Market Cross. Read more

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  3. Kells Equestrian Centre

    Kells, Meath

    Kells Equestrian Centre, established in 1980 is the oldest Riding School in the Royal County of Meath. Located on the N52, 2km from the Heritage town of Kells and 1km from the picturesque village Carlanstown Read more

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  4. Headfort Arms Hotel

    Kells, Meath

    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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  5. Meath Guided Eco Tours

    Kells, Meath

    Meath Eco Tours offers an engaging and educational experience combined with a relaxing ramble, themed walks of various sites of interest in the great outdoors of Co. Meath. Discover the heritage of Meath with experienced guide Kate Flood. Read more

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  6. Kells Visitor Information Point

    Kells, Meath

    Welcome to the Visitor Information Point network. The friendly and knowledgeable staff look forward to meeting you and helping you plan your visit in Ireland. Read more

  7. Kells Farmers Market

    Kells, Meath

    Kells Farmers Market is held every Saturday in Kells, County Meath. Products for sale include fresh produce, coffee, antiques and crafts plus much more. Read more

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  8. Teach Cuailgne/Cooley House

    Kells, Meath

    Teach Cuailgne is a modern family home in Carlanstown outside the heritage town of Kells, where the Book of Kells was written. It is 40 minutes from Dublin and has easy access to the Boyne Valley, especially Newgrange, Loughcrew, Headfort golf Club, Dublin Airport, fishing on Boyne, Blackwater & all amenities. 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. Ardmulchan Church

    Kells, Meath

    Ruins of Ardmulchan Church and Graveyard date back to the late 12th Century. The ground floor of the square bell tower remains almost intact. Read more

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