Co. Meath 1-2 Nights for Two with Irish Breakfast, Dining Credit, Late Check-Out and Chocs at Hamlet Court Hotel

£135.00 £59.00



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The Hotel

Hugged by the scenic surroundings of the village of Johnstownbridge, just around a 30-minute drive from Dublin, Hamlet Court Hotel makes for a perfect city break destination. The hotel prides itself in personalised service and hospitality, as well as the proximity of attractions like The Kildare Maze, Lullymore Heritage Park, and The Meath Heritage Trail.

Decorated in a classical style, the en suite rooms come complete with cable TVs, tea- and coffee-making facilities, irons and ironing boards, and hairdryers.

Sabayon Restaurant tempts the taste buds with a selection of grilled meats, seafood options, and a range of desserts, while the casual Murtys Bar invites for a drink or two alongside finger food and quick bites.

Groupon’s Guide To Co. Meath

The many rivers which crisscross the county offer plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities, including a spot of salmon fishing.

Guests may explore the quaint high streets, and cosy pubs of the local villages, or for bigger-city exploits make the short car journey to shopping centres based on the M50 surrounding Dublin. In the capital, guests are invited to visit the grand vaults of the Old Library, while insight into Irish heritage may be unearthed at Glasnevin Cemetery Museum. Travellers may also wander through the landscaped gardens of St Stephen’s Green, join the students strolling in the gardens of Trinity College, or marvel at the atmospheric insides of the Christ Church Cathedral.

Groupon’s Guide to County Meath

Named after the historic Kingdom of Meath, the county is the 2nd largest of Leinster’s 12 counties in size and houses a total of eighteen historical baronies.

County Meath is also colloquially known as “The Royal County” due to its history as the seat of the High King of Ireland. The archaeological complex of Brú na Bóinne refers to the area within the bend of the River Boyne which contains one of the world’s most important prehistoric landscapes, includes the burial sites of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth, and was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.