Visit and stay in our self catering holiday homes in Meath

Why visit County Meath?

County Meath known as the Boyne Valley is situated on Ireland’s north east coast. Like many other counties on the east of Ireland, Meath has a strong equine tradition with horse racing at Fairy house being world famous.

For visitors to Meath, it is a perfect introduction to Ireland’s ancient past, where the abundance of historic monuments within this area testifies to the ancient importance of this region and some of the most important historic sites and monuments in Ireland dot the landscape here for example the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Brú na Bóinne, Tara Hill and New Grange.

The River Boyne flows gently through County Meath and borders Co. Louth before flowing into the Irish Sea at Drogheda ideal for angling.

Tayto Park is a crisp themed amusement park in Ireland and is based on the Irish crisp brand, Tayto. It is located in the townland of Kilbrew, in County Meath.

Why visit County Meath?

County Meath known as the Boyne Valley is situated on Ireland’s north east coast. Like many other counties on the east of Ireland, Meath has a strong equine tradition with horse racing at Fairy house being world famous.

For visitors to Meath, it is a perfect introduction to Ireland’s ancient past, where the abundance of historic monuments within this area testifies to the ancient importance of this region and some of the most important historic sites and monuments in Ireland dot the landscape here for example the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Brú na Bóinne, Tara Hill and New Grange.

The River Boyne flows gently through County Meath and borders Co. Louth before flowing into the Irish Sea at Drogheda ideal for angling.

Tayto Park is a crisp themed amusement park in Ireland and is based on the Irish crisp brand, Tayto. It is located in the townland of Kilbrew, in County Meath.

Eating in Meath

Vanilla Pod: Walking away with Best Customer Service in the Irish Restaurants’ Awards is no mean feat, but the Headfort Arms Hotel Restaurant Vanilla Pod did just that.

They also boast a whole menu of delectable cocktails, wines and beers, with something to suit absolutely everybody.

The Signal Restaurant: Converted from a former railway station in the 1980s, The Signal Restaurant quickly built up a stellar reputation for good food and hospitality. 

The restaurant itself is multi-award winning, using only the freshest of local ingredients and boasting some of the finest views of the royal county. This combined with an impressive wine list means that it quite impressively ticks every box. 

Brabazon Restaurant: Brabazon Restaurant, situated in the most exquisite Georgian building, Tankardstown House, is elegantly furnished with washed oak dining tables, shipped in from France no less, windowsills decorated with clusters of pine cones on hay, and French doors leading out to the manicured garden.

Things to do in Meath

Newgrange: Neolithic monuments & visitor centre
Prehistoric site with monuments, such as a mound and chambers, plus an interpretive visitor centre.

Brú na Bóinne5,000 year-old megalithic burial site

The Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre is the starting point for all visits to the monuments of the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Brú na Bóinne

Hill of TaraAncient royal archaeological complex dating from the Iron Age, known as the seat of the High King of Ireland.

Tayto ParkAmusement park rides & petting zoo, Tayto Park is a Ireland’s largest theme park offering attractions ranging from roller coasters to a zoo with a petting area.

Eating in Meath

Vanilla Pod: Walking away with Best Customer Service in the Irish Restaurants’ Awards is no mean feat, but the Headfort Arms Hotel Restaurant Vanilla Pod did just that.

They also boast a whole menu of delectable cocktails, wines and beers, with something to suit absolutely everybody.

The Signal Restaurant: Converted from a former railway station in the 1980s, The Signal Restaurant quickly built up a stellar reputation for good food and hospitality. 

The restaurant itself is multi-award winning, using only the freshest of local ingredients and boasting some of the finest views of the royal county. This combined with an impressive wine list means that it quite impressively ticks every box. 

Brabazon Restaurant: Brabazon Restaurant, situated in the most exquisite Georgian building, Tankardstown House, is elegantly furnished with washed oak dining tables, shipped in from France no less, windowsills decorated with clusters of pine cones on hay, and French doors leading out to the manicured garden.

Things to do in Meath

Newgrange: Neolithic monuments & visitor centre
Prehistoric site with monuments, such as a mound and chambers, plus an interpretive visitor centre.

Brú na Bóinne: 5,000 year-old megalithic burial site

The Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre is the starting point for all visits to the monuments of the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Brú na Bóinne

Hill of Tara: Ancient royal archaeological complex dating from the Iron Age, known as the seat of the High King of Ireland.

Tayto Park: Amusement park rides & petting zoo, Tayto Park is a Ireland’s largest theme park offering attractions ranging from roller coasters to a zoo with a petting area.

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