Number of hotels in this location - 8
Our Meath hotels offer visitors the ultimate romantic escape complete with picturesque rolling hills, serene lakes and magnificent forests. A haven for outdoor enthusiasts, you can enjoy a range of exhilarating activities including water sports, walking trails, fishing and horse riding.
An ancient and sacred place of importance in Irish folklore, the Hill of Tara has been at the forefront of celebration and royal significance for more than 6000 years.
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A fantastic base for exploring County Meath and the North-East of Ireland, Navan is a great choice for a short break. Originally a Norman fort settlement, the county town is now perhaps best known for its horse-racing. The charming Market Square and the impressive St Mary’s Church are the must-see places in the town, whilst the controversial statue The Bull of Navan is well worth a look too.
Set in the Mid-East of Ireland, County Meath is known as 'The Royal County' due to its historical significance. There's much to see and do in County Meath outside of Navan and Trim; discover; World Heritage Site Brú na Bóinne, The Hill of Tara and Dangan Castle are all well woth a visit. Check out our hotels in Meath in the list below...
Located on the River Boyne, Trim is a small yet historically significant town in the North-East of Ireland. The largest Norman Castle in Ireland, Trim Castle is a must-visit wen staying in the town; built by Hugh de Lacy, Lord of Meath, in the 12th-century, it is now a popular tourist attraction and known for being one of the filming locations for the classic film Braveheart. A fantastic base from which to explore County Meath, a short break in Trim is an excellent choice.
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