Co. Meath: Two Night Stay For Two With Three Course Dinner and Breakfast from £79 at Ashbourne House Hotel (Up to 66% Off)
- 19th century coaching inn hotel
- Loft restaurant and food hall
- Traditional bar with live music on Fridays and Saturdays
- Wi-Fi in the lobby and lounge
- Standard double room
- Breakfast served each morning
- Three course à la carte dinner with tea or coffee on one night
- One child stays free of charge
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone: 00353018358400, or by email: email@example.com. Non-cancellable once confirmed. Check-in from 3pm; check-out by midday. Midweek stays valid Sun-Thu. Weekend stays valid Fri-Sat. Limited availabilities for weekends in June. Dinner served in The Loft Wed-Thu, Sun 5pm-9pm; Fri-Sat 5pm-10pm. Dinner served in bar outside these hours. Three course meal from the à la carte menu only, including tea or coffee. Other drinks not included. Steak dishes incur €5 surcharge. 1 child (age 3-12) can stay free of charge using existing bedding. Flights and transfers not included. Valid for option purchased only. Original value based on online BAR. Original value verified 15 May 2012 at 2.52pm.
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Stowed in a region awash with stone castles, religious artefacts, and folkloric curios, the Ashbourne House Hotel offers an enchanting entrance to the homely delights and mythical treasures of rural Ireland. County Meath stretches in hilly swathes of rich farmland, and populates its valleys with market villages, country pubs, and a remarkable clutch of historical sites. Chequered with race courses and golf clubs, the area lays claim to a host of sporting diversions, while the county town of Navan offers independent stores and antique shopping opportunities for those with an eye for a bargain.
Snap up an Irish escape with today's Groupon from Ashbourne House Hotel. Choose from the following options:
Two night stay for two
In a standard double room with a three course dinner on one night and breakfast each morning
• £79 for a midweek stay (Up to 66% off)
• £100 for a weekend stay (Up to 57% off)
Offering room and board since 1850, this converted coaching inn offsets its traditional features with an abundance of modern conveniences. The Ashbourne House Hotel indulges travelled palates with a rustically elegant menu at its Loft Restaurant, where fresh local produce is highlighted where possible. A tasteful food hall offers further culinary coddling, while the hotel’s two bars buzz with sports television, live music on weekends, and other toast-worthy events.
Take a sporting stroll to the local Gaelic Athletic Association club, and you may get the change to witness the thrill and spectacle of Gaelic football, as the area hosts games from one of Meath’s most successful teams. Straying further afield, UNESCO World Heritage Site Brú na Bóinne will engage onlookers with its domed complex of Neolithic tombs, henges, and standing stones which predate the construction of the Egyptian pyramids. If wondering how to spend an idle afternoon, splash out on a fishing permit and pitch a spot on the banks of the Boyne, which boasts plentiful supplies of salmon and trout.
• Standard double room with individual design, en suite, television, and tea and coffee making facilities
• Full Irish or continental breakfast served each morning
• Three course à la carte dinner with tea or coffee on one night
• Children stay free of charge in existing bedding
Flights: Low-cost flights are available from London Stansted, Cardiff, Glasgow Pickwick, Manchester, and Birmingham.
Airport: Dublin Airport is roughly 20km from the hotel.
Ferry : Ferries are available from Holyhead to Dublin for those who prefer to take their own car.
Car hire: Choice of operators available at Dublin Airport or in the Ashbourne area.
If visiting Navan, drop by the Solstice Arts Centre on Railway Street, where local and national exhibitions, performances, and readings can be enjoyed amid splendid surrounds.
The Ashbourne House Hotel was rated 3.5/5 by TripAdvisors. While opinions varied on the décor and service at times, many visitors found the staff friendly and complimented the housekeeping and food.
How refreshing it is to see a hotel putting in such a huge effort to provide such exceptional value. Our room was spotless, the staff were courteous, friendly and very helpful and the food was excellent.
– Donal O, TripAdvisor, Mar 2012
Rooms are basic but spotless. Staff were very friendly and very accomadating [sic]. Food was fantastic, as my husband has food allergies the chef was brilliant, nothing was any trouble.
– jffi, TripAdvisor, Feb 2012