In this, the third in our series of Christmas retail blogs, we will introduce 5 more great businesses located right here in the beautiful Boyne Valley. We would encourage everyone to get behind them over the next few weeks, be it for purchasing gifts for family and friends, or indeed to stock up on festive goodies for your own home this year.
Following on from our blog piece last week on shopping local this Christmas we are delighted to follow up by introducing 5 more fantastic local traders to consider when stocking up for the festive season.
At this stage most of us are aware of the massive efforts to encourage Irish people to shop local this Christmas.
Here in the Boyne Valley we are all about supporting local businesses and we would like to ask that people would consider buying from retailers and producers in the region when purchasing Christmas gifts and supplies this year.
Laurie Medina, a French reporter has recently published a fantastic video for the French television network TV5Monde, based on a visit to the Boyne Valley.
High kings and high crosses, rollercoasters and razor clams, beaches and battlefields, garden trails and greenways - I love a holiday that caters for everyone in the family. Make it a short drive from home and it's even better: 30 minutes from Dublin? Yes, please.
Today for Meet the Members we’re looking at the Conyngham Arms Hotel in Slane.
Today for Meet the Members we’re looking at City North Hotel & Conference Centre.
Read on to find out the new plans this luxury hotel has in store for reopening, a brilliant voucher sale and activites including Cinema Clubs and Family Rock N Roll Bingo!
Today for Meet the Members we’re looking at The Glenside Hotel. Ahead of its reopening the Glenside is offering fantastic takeaway options and some amazing special offers.
Located in Meath just outside Drogheda, let our family look after yours in our beautifully appointed, family owned 17-bedroom hotel only 20 minutes from Dublin Airport. Ample free parking, delicious food, beautiful gardens and a traditional ‘céad míle fáilte’ which has been extended to guests for almost 50 years.