Meath, the Royal County, is home of the Celtic Kings. The historical significance of the area cannot be understated.
The hill of Tara known as the seat of the Kings, the mound of Newgrange a burial site for local chiefs and the Hill of Slane where Saint Patrick lit the Easter fire are but a few of the sites in this beautiful county.
The county is an area of flat fertile land. Meath has it all, history, beautiful scenery and the close proximity to the bustling city of Dublin.
A trip to Dublin is not essential as the many towns and villages in County Meath provide a welcome break from city life.
Selection From Accommodation Listings
Atlantic Waves, Castlegregory
Atlantic Waves is a luxurious, spacious, 4 Star holiday home on sea-front, approved by the Irish Tourist Board. All rooms are tastefully decorated to a very high standard. There are outstanding sea views overlooking Brandon Bay
The Forge , Tralee
The Forge is a purpose built, family run bed and breakfast, which provides a high standard of accommodation and is approved by Bord Failte.located in Tralee Town
The River Lee Hotel, Cork City Centre
Standing on a bend on the river just a short stroll from the city centre, the River Lee Hotel is that rare destination, a truly urban hotel, in a leafy waterside setting, with genuine warmth of service. A university town with a young and vibrant populatio