Welcome to The Ardboyne Hotel in Meath. Often referred to as one of the very best hotels in Ireland, The Ardboyne Hotel is situated at the heart of the exquisite, picturesque Irish heritage town of Navan, which is a mere 35 minutes away from the capital of Dublin. Here, in the birth town of movie star Pierce Brosnan, visitors can expect to be treated to good old-fashioned Irish hospitality, coupled with a Navan hotel experience you will never forget.
The town of Navan itself is a veritable treasure trove of antiquity, with a myriad of historical sites within the area. Nearby you will find the mythical Hill of Tara, which is said to have been the seat of the High King of Ireland and a sacral site associated with kingship rituals.
The region is known for its unbeatable links and championship quality parkland golf courses. Those who enjoy spending time fishing have a few options, and casting a line in our great variety of fishing locations will prove to be a wonderful experience. Alternatively, you could plan your trip around one of the many annual festivals and enjoy some real traditional Irish fun. You can also choose to book the Ardboyne for conference and banqueting purposes, should this be something you require.
When you book your accommodation at The Ardboyne Hotel in Meath you can rest assured that you will enjoy the very best in customer service, as well as real value for your money. Carefully selected furnishings and a warm, welcoming atmosphere, alongside beautifully appointed rooms provide the very best in creature comforts. Combine this with the awe-inspiring scenery, lush garden and broad scope of available activities and you can understand why a stay at this Navan hotel is high on many a return visitors wish list.
Internet Access - Complimentary
24-Hour Front Desk
Ramp Access to Buildings
Standard double with 1 doubled bed, nonsmoking, free high speed wireless internet, tea and coffee maker, cable TV, hair dryer, ensuite bath, iron and board, electronic door locks, and individually controlled air conditioning and heat.
Twin room with 2 twin beds, nonsmoking, free high speed wireless internet, tea and coffee maker, cable TV, hair dryer, ensuite bath, iron and board, electronic door locks, and individually controlled air conditioning and heat.
Standard Double Room for sole occupancy, non-smoking, free high speed wireless internet, tea and coffee maker, multi channel TV, hair dryer, en-suite bathroom, iron and ironing board, electronic door locks. Onsite Parking.
Northern Ireland Highlights Day Trip Including Giant's Causeway from Dublin
Leave Dublin and travel by luxury coach to Belfast for a black cab tour, followed by a trip to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Giant’s Causeway and the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. From the comfort of your black cab, tour Northern Ireland's capital, seeing all the landmark sites, including the Belfast Docks and the Falls and Shankill neighborhoods. After learning about Belfast’s political history, travel along the Antrim Coastal Drive, stopping to explore the famous rock formations of the Giant’s Causeway and to take the perilous walk across the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.
Cliffs of Moher Tour Including Wild Atlantic Way and Galway City from Dublin
Take a day trip from Dublin to Ireland’s remote and rugged west coast to see the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and Galway City. Travel along part of the Wild Atlantic Way and visit Ireland’s most striking natural attraction: the 700-foot high Cliffs of Moher. Explore the visitor center and the nearby Burren, a unique limestone landscape famous for its flourishing plant life. Take a guided tour of Galway, a charismatic and artsy city, and enjoy free time to wander. Hear tales about Irish history and culture from an informative guide.
The Blarney Castle tour features a guided coach tour of the Irish countryside, a visit to the world famous Blarney castle with its Blarney Stone. You will also visit the medieval Cahair Castle as well as an introduction to a historically significant monastic site called the Rock of Cashel once the home of the King of Munster before it was given to the church.