Slane

  1. Francis Ledwidge Museum

    Slane, Meath

    The museum is the cottage birthplace of World War I poet, Francis E. Ledwidge. It is a perfect example of a 19th Century farm labourer's cottage and was purchased and restored by the Francis Ledwidge Museum Committee in 1981.
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  2. Meydan Mews

    Slane, Meath

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    At Newrath Stud we want to provide our guests with a unique experience be it watching thoroughbred horses being trained, to walking the grounds via the bridal path which is 2.2 miles around the perimeter of the farm, engaging in the on-goings of an equine farm or doing many of the on and offsite activities, we welcome you to enjoy this truly unique experience. Read more

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  3. The Millhouse

    Slane, Meath

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    A 13-bedroom Georgian manor hotel, The Millhouse sits on the banks of the Boyne River in Slane, County Meath. The hotel provides comfortable accommodation and specialises in weddings and other special events. Read more

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  4. Slane Castle

    Slane, Meath

    Slane Castle, set in the middle of a 1,500 acre estate in the heart of the Boyne Valley, lies only twenty-five minutes from Dublin Airport. Read more

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  5. Tankardstown House

    Slane, Meath

    Voted by Conde Nast Traveller as the best private house on the Island of Ireland, Tankardstown, in Slane County Meath, is truly unique. It encompasses the best of a historic manor house with all the luxuries demanded by today's well travelled guests. Read more

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  6. Slane Historic Town Walk

    Slane, Meath

    Slane is synonymous with its 18th-century castle and mega-concerts, but the town itself boasts no end of heritage gems. From its central octagon, built around four Georgian houses, to the hill on which St. Patrick lit his paschal fire, this estate town has long since come into its own. Read more

  7. Curragh Mews

    Slane, Meath

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    At Newrath Stud we want to provide our guests with a unique experience be it watching thoroughbred horses being trained, to walking the grounds via the bridal path which is 2.2 miles around the perimeter of the farm, engaging in the on-goings of an equine farm or doing many of the on and offsite activities, we welcome you to enjoy this truly unique experience. Read more

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  8. Slane Farm Hostel

    Slane, Meath

    Slane Farm Hostel prides itself on creating an atmosphere of simple comfort and easy-going familiarity. Situated in the village of Harlinstown, next door to the Slane Castle, the hostel is an ideal base for exploring the many wonders of Boyne Valley. Read more

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  9. Knowth Passage Tombs

    Slane, Meath

    The Megalithic Passage Tombs of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth, in the present day County of Meath, were built around 3200BC making them older than Stonehenge in England and the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. Read more

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  10. Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre

    Slane, Meath

    The Battle of the Boyne between King William III and his father in law, King James II in 1690 took place in the Boyne Valley in Oldbridge, County Meath. The Battle of the Boyne Centre tells this tale. Read more

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