About this listing
A country getaway, weekend break, some hiking, hill walking, ancient tombs and much more. Stay here to get access to Meath's rich history and heritage.
Feel refreshed, rested and rejuvenated after staying in Ranevogue B&B
Ranevogue B&B and Self Catering Cottage is a spacious 4 bedroom/ensuite house in one of the most scenic areas of county Meath. Located between Kells and Oldcastle. The house has splendid views of the rolling hills of Sliabh na Cailli – home to one of Ireland’s ‘hidden gems’, the Loughcrew megalithic cairns.
Ranevogue Cottage is near Kells Town home of the Book of Kells, Tower of Lloyd and many high crosses, a little further are the Neolithic burial sites of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth these are UNESCO world heritage sites. The Hill of Tara (the seat of the ancient High Kings of Ireland). Trim Castle Battle of the Boyne, Monasterboice and Melifont Abbey. Castles, Irish Round Towers and Monasteries are a feature of the local landscape. Kells offers a variety of facilities and amenities for any visitor, including shopping, dining and a wide selection of pubs, night clubs and hotels.
This Cottage is set in a quiet and private location, with ample parking. This Self Catering accommodation comprises of 4 double bedrooms all en-suite, a large fully equipped kitchen, a bright and spacious sun/dining room and a sitting room with wood-burning stove for cosy fire-side evenings.
One hour from Dublin/Airport. Ranevogue B&B is ideally located near Dublin/Airport and on the way to Donegal and the west of Ireland.
Interaction with Guests
Want a massage? No problem your host is a qualified masseuse and Indian head masseur.
Yoga, guided walks. There is an outdoor activity center nearby. Feel free to ask and we will do everything we can to make your stay more enjoyable
I am located in between Kells and Oldacastle and this area is breathtaking. The scenery is amazing and also steeped in rich cultural heritage.
5 KM from my house are the 5000 year old Neolithic tombs (rumored resting place of the Arc of the Covenant). Lough Sheelin is only a 15 min drive from the house, wonderful fishing and out door activities also.
The best way to get here is by car/Bus.
As you would at home :)
We really enjoyed staying with Helen. She was very kind and welcoming, and she steered us to a site that ended up being one of the highlights of our trip! Our suite was quiet and comfortable, and breakfast was waiting for us every morning. Oh, and her homemade brown bread is wonderful!
I had a lovely stay at Helen's house. Her mother met me and let me in and was even generous to drive me into Kells as well as a lovely breakfast the next morning. A lovely house in a beautiful part of Ireland
The reservation was canceled 128 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.
Ravenogue B&B is situated in the country as describe but no sign as Tuney tyres or Ravenogue in sight. We recognise it as we had seen the photo on website.
The house is quiet , very clean and bed was comfortable. We were attending a wedding in Clonabreany House and Helen offered to drive us down to the reception and we got a taxi back for €10 organized by Clonabreany staff during the meal. Lovely full Irish breakfast was served with delicious homemade brown bread.
A wonderful home to stay. Very relaxing and she makes a great breakfast! Clean, quiet and comfortable.
About the Host, Helen
Hi, welcome to my B&B, I'm always happy to meet new people. If you need more information or if there is anything I can help with you with please contact me. So if you are in the area call in and you can be guaranteed a comfortable night with a full Irish Breakfast. I like to travel myself and love to fall in with people and just enjoy their way of life. I have 4 dogs one cat and some veggies growing in the garden.
Ranevogue B&B and Self Catering Cottage is a spacious 4 bedroom/ensuite house in one of the most scenic areas of county Meath. Located just outside the small village of Ballinlough, the house has splendid views of the rolling hills of Sliabh na Cailli – home to one of Ireland’s ‘hidden gems’, the Loughcrew megalithic cairns.