Hotels in Meath, Ireland

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Hotels in Co. Meath, Ireland

Meath is a county rich with stories and legends of the past. There are High Kings and scholarly monks, Vikings, Normans and castles. Visitors to Co. Meath will love the megalithic passage tombs of Newgrange and the Hill of Tara where the Ard Rí, or high king was crowned, hence its title as the Seat of the High Kings of Ireland.





Ashbourne Marriott Hotel

Co. Meath


Ashbourne Marriott Hotel is a contemporry modern 4 star hotel. Treat yourself to all-new luxury accommodation and the revitalizing ambiance of Clann Fitness & Leisure Club. Marriott Ashbourne, located in the lush landscape of Co Meath, is a modern, luxurious retreat nestled amid rolling meadows, rivers, and woodlands. Escape to the country, and leave the hassles of the city behind.

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Trim Castle Hotel


Co. Meath


Trim Castle Castle hotel overlooks Trim Castle hotel, at one time the largest Anglo-Norman castle in Ireland! The hotel enjoys a picturesque location in the Boyne Valley, just a short distance from Newgrange, The Hill of Tara, Knowth and Talbot Castle.

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Marriott Johnstown House and Spa

Co. Meath


Guests will be truly looked after at this luxurious hotel with all its modern comforts, while still being able to enjoy the atmosphere of a Georgian-style house. The hotel is easy to find, not far from Enfield, and just off the M4 motorway. Naerby you will find the K Club Golf Course, Horse-racing at Punchestown and shopping at the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre.

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Newgrange Hotel

Co. Meath


Newgrange hotel is centrally located in the heart of Navan town, a typical Irish market town and only minutes away from Dublin airport. The hotel offers a perfect combination of modern comforts, high standards of food and service, all set within a stylish Gothic design theme.

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Slane Castle
Co. Meath


In the beautiful Boyne Valley, with a view overlooking the River Boyne, lies Slane Castle. The castle itself was reconstructed to its current form under the direction of William Conyngham in 1785. It was created by some of Ireland's most brilliant architects and has been host also to the annual Slane outdoor concerts and festivals, which have given us the likes of U2 and many renowned international bands.

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