Meath

  1. Cranmor House

    Trim, Meath

    A period residence on 5 acres of gardens and paddocks on the outskirts of the heritage town of Trim. Crannmor is 40 minutes of Dublin Airport making it an ideal place to stay on arrival or departure from Ireland. We have trout & pike guided fishing. Read more

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  2. All Ireland Activities

    Enfield, Meath

    All Ireland Activities (AIA) is a vibrant, flexible outdoor activities company based in County Meath. With its purpose-built sites and venues throughout the island of Ireland, AIA can offer the total activities solution. Read more

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  3. Peter Hollond

    Enfield, Meath

    Peter Holland is a boat hire operator on the Royal Canal for fresh water fishing. We hire Mini cruisers on the Royal Canal, we also hire bicycles, bar-b-q's and Fishing rods. Read more

  4. Kiltale Farm Holiday Homes - The Stable

    Dunsany, Meath

    At Kiltale Farm, travellers can discover six, splendid self-catering properties that are perfect for family vacations in County Meath. The accommodation, set near Trim, offers fun for the young and old with a free, hands-on farm experience. Read more

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  5. Dunshaughlin Pitch And Putt Club

    Dunshaughlin, Meath

    Dunshaughlin Pitch and Putt Club welcomes green fees from the public. Read more

  6. Seoid Spa at Dunboyne Castle Hotel and Spa

    Dunboyne, Meath

    Seoid Spa is located within the exquisite Dunboyne Castle Hotel in County Meath, just a short trip from Dublin city and airport. They offer a comprehensive range of luxury spa treatments and have beautiful thermal facilities available for all guests. Read more

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  7. Rathbeggan Lakes Angling Centre

    Dunshaughlin, Meath

    There is lots to do at Rathbeggan Lakes, Fly Fishing, Kiddy Fishing, Pet Farm, Nature Walk, Frizbee Golf and much more. Read more

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  8. Solstice Arts Centre

    Navan, Meath

    Solstice Arts Centre opened to the public in April 2006. It is a symbol of the belief and pride that Co. Meath feels about its cultural and artistic life.
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  9. Medieval Ireland Meath and Louth

    Trim, Meath

    Castles, gothic architecture and villages arrived in Ireland towards the end of the 12th century – and stayed that way for the next five hundred years. Read more

  10. Patrickstown Viewing Point

    Oldcastle, Meath

    Patrick's Hill forms part of the Loughcrew complex of Neolithic passage tombs. There are several fine examples of cairns and standing stones. Read more

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