The Bridge House Tourist Hostel is a modernised, old house in the centre of Trim, County Meath. It boasts magnificent views of the River Boyne and Trim Castle.
In the centre of Trim, County Meath, travellers can find the Bridge House Tourist Hostel, which is a modernized, old house. Guests can choose from dormitory, double and family rooms, and also have access to a self-catering kitchen, smoking area and bike shed. The cellar serves as a common area.
Trim is a heritage town located on the banks of the River Boyne, just 50km northwest of Dublin. There, visitors can find the restored Trim Castle, one of the largest Norman castles in Europe. They can also discover fascinating religious ruins, including St Mary’s Abbey and St Patrick’s Cathedral.