County Meath: One Night Stay For Two With Bottle of Wine On Arrival and Breakfast for €59 at the Ashbourne House Hotel (Up to 51% Off)
- Formerly a coach stop hotel dating back to 1850
- Fine dining Loft restaurant and more casual food hall
- Traditional themed bar with live music at weekends
- One night stay in an individually designed en suite room
- Bottle of house wine on arrival
- Breakfast included
- Wi-Fi in the lobby and lounge
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone: 01 8358400 or email:
email@example.com. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid for double room only with breakfast. Check-in from 3pm; check-out by midday. Includes bottle of house wine. One child under 12 can stay free per booking, subject to availability and breakfast not included. Original price based on hotel rack rate and wine.
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Settled in an area of castles, religious ruins, and folk stories, the Ashbourne House Hotel is on a crossroads of traditional culture and Celtic heritage in County Meath. Bisected by the Rover Boyne and River Delvin, the high hills and dipping valleys of the county stretch through market towns and luscious farmland across to the short seven mile shores of the Irish Sea in the East. Although a commuter county from Dublin, the Iron Age settlements and quaint towns still bubble up microcosms of lively pubs and heart grub.
Gorge yourself on culture and cuisine with today's Groupon at the Ashbourne House Hotel:
In a double room with a bottle of wine on arrival and breakfast
From its beginnings as an coach stop in 1850, Ashbourne House Hotel has evolved into to provide modern comforts, although it still maintains a subtle traditions amongst its fresh amenities. Each en suite room is uniquely designed and boasts a TV alongside tea and coffee making facilities. The Loft Restaurant serves up a mix of traditional and Mediterranean dishes in fine dining form while both the food hall and the bar and lounge provide a gentler setting for light bites, with both kitchens drawing on local produce for flavours where ever possible. Ned Smyth’s Bar hosts live music on the weekends and Wi-Fi is available in the lobby and lounge.
An inauguration platform of the kings, the Hill of Tara is now a national monument, rising 300ft with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Cistercian and Christian monasteries offer architectural delights of turret, gables, and historic arches, and by following the River Boyne a little further up the largest Anglo Norman Castle in Ireland, Trim Castle, can be explored. Ashbourne itself offers excellent shopping facilities in the town centre and the Fairyhouse Racecourse hosts regular race meetings.
Road: Ashbourne is now bypassed by the M2, the main Dublin to Derry route. It's also connected to the M1 and the M3 by the N51.
Airport: Dublin Airport is just 20km from the hotel.
Groupon Top Tip
Famed satirist Jonathan Swift was deeply connected to the area and, if keeping their eyes peeled, visitors can spot tributes and dedications to him around the region.