Private room
4 Guests
1 Bed
$58
Per Night
Per Month
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View over Boyne Valley from rear of house

View over Boyne Valley from rear of house


The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Bed & Breakfast
Accommodates: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Pet Owner: Dog(s)

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Extra people: $58 / night after the first guest
Cancellation: Moderate

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2 nights minimum stay
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Stephen
Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland
Member since June 2012
  • Stephen
  • Old Mellifont Abbey

    Built in 1142 , this abbey has a unique lavabo where the monks washed and the complete charter house which is open on guided tours.
  • Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre

    Oldbridge house is on the site of the Battle of the Boyne and is now a visitor centre well worth seeing.
  • Monasterboice

    Monasterboice has one of the finest lookout towers in Ireland. This abbey preceeded Mellifont and though smaller is site of 3 large crosses believed to have been used to teach the bible.
    County Louth
  • Drogheda

    5 minutes by car from the house. All year round something is happening. Check out this website (website hidden) or message me to find out what is coming soon.
    Drogheda County Louth
  • Clarkes Bar Lounge Drogheda (Clarke's Bar) County Louth Ireland

    This is possibly one of the oldest pubs in Drogheda and has not been modernised so well worth a visit. (website hidden)
    Peter St Drogheda Co. Louth
  • Palace St

    At the southern end of Palace street is St Laurences gate and part of the old town wall (website hidden)
    Palace St Drogheda County Louth
  • Highlanes Art Gallery

    On the site of an old former Drogheda Franciscan Church and part of the Friary. (website hidden)
    St Laurence St Drogheda Louth
  • Drogheda Museum Millmount

    Legend says that it is the burial place of Amhairghin , the mythical Celtic inventor of poetry, but it was possibly a large passage grave like Newgrange.
    Barrack Street
  • Newgrange visitor centre

    At the heart of Bru na Boinne, the Unesco world heritage site, lies the visitor centre. Even if you have not sufficient time to actuall see Knowth or Newgrange this centre tells a lot.
    Donore
  • Steam Packet Quay

    At the eastern end of this short road is situated the Viaduct bridge. It was the seventh bridge of its kind in the world when built in 1855 (website hidden)_Viaduct
    Steam Packet Quay Drogheda County Louth
  • Knowth

    Knowth is the larger of the famous collection of passage graves and has two passages. There are daily guided tours to this and Newgrange and time is approx 2.5 hours to see the both.
    County Meath
  • Newgrange

    Newgrange was constructed over 5,000 years ago (about 3,200 B.C.), making it older than Stonehenge in England and the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt.
    County Meath
  • Slane Hill

    Abbey view is the closest that Google maps has to Slane hill. On this Hill in the early 5th century St Patrick lit a great fire.
    Abbey View Slane County Meath
  • Beaulieu House, Garden & Car Museum

    Beaulieu House was built by Sir Henry Tichbourne then Marshall of the Army in Ireland and Governor General of Drogheda at the time of the restoration of Charles II about 1660
    Drogheda
  • Slane Castle

    Slane castle has been in the same family since 1721 like Beaulieu house. (website hidden)_home.php
    Slane Meath
  • Hill Of Tara

    The Hill of Tara, known as Temair in gaeilge, was once the ancient seat of power in Ireland – 142 kings are said to have reigned there in prehistoric and historic times.
    County Meath

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