Navan

April 2020 at the Solstice Arts Centre Navan


**Important Announcement - COVID 19**
Following the Government directive regarding indoor events in excess of 100 people, Solstice Arts Centre and the Solstice Café are closed to the public until further notice. All events at Solstice Arts Centre due to take place between Friday 13 – Monday 30 March will be rescheduled to a later date if possible. 

RESCHEDULED EVENTS AT SOLSTICE ARTS CENTRE
***Original tickets will remain valid for new dates***


**Important Announcement - COVID 19**
Following the Government directive regarding indoor events in excess of 100 people, Solstice Arts Centre and the Solstice Café are closed to the public until further notice. All events at Solstice Arts Centre due to take place between Friday 13 – Monday 30 March will be rescheduled to a later date if possible. 

RESCHEDULED EVENTS AT SOLSTICE ARTS CENTRE
***Original tickets will remain valid for new dates***

Our warm and comfortable atmosphere, coupled with our extensive gardens, make our hotel an ideal haven to unwind after an eventful day.

When you stay at this traditional hotel, you will be welcomed by the best of Irish hospitality. Each of the rooms has been completely refurbished and the hotel has conference facilities for up to 500 people.

Please see website for Covid-19 and events at Navan Racecourse

An Tobar Retreat & Spirituality Centre is nestled in the townland of Ardbraccan approximately 3km from Navan town and is available for groups/individuals who can expect to find welcome, hospitality, healing & hope, woodlands & walkways. The centre offers Retreats/Workshops year-round.

  

Athlumney Manor is a 4 Star Fáilte Ireland-approved B&B providing outstanding customer service and comfort for their guests.

Only 10 minutes walk from Navan town centre and ideally located as a base for visiting all the places of interest in County Meath.

Please see www.athlumneymanor.com for more information.

Athlumney Castle Navan

The motte at Athlumney was built in the years after 1172 when Hugh de Lacy, Lord of Meath granted the title of Baron Skryne to his ally Adam de Feypo; he in turn granted Athlumney to a relative Amauri de Feipo, who built the motte.

The older part of Athlumney Castle is a tower house (caiseal) built in the 15th century.

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Athlumney Castle Navan

Tara Na Rí, meaning Tara of the Kings, is located on the foothills of the world famous Hill of Tara with a comfortable lounge with a solid fuel stove and a lively bar.  The old stone building has been meticulously maintained and is ideal for any occassion.  Regular live music events including the annual music festival 'Tara Rocks'

Navan, Ireland's floral town, located in the heart of the Boyne Valley, is a vibrant business, shopping and tourist destination with plenty to interest the modern visitor. The Navan Points of Pride town walk starts at the Solstice Arts Centre and is 4km long. Navan also offers the stunning Ramparts Canal Walk along the Boyne if you wish to turn your short walk into an adventure.

At a leisurely pace it can be completed in approximately 2 hours and profiles the following points:

Located at The Fair Green(in the town centre), the Navan Town Market is held on Fridays from 9am-5pm.

Intending traders need a licence from Navan Municipal District. Stall holders provide their own tables/stalls. Normally a full range of stalls, selling everything from fruit & vegetables through to clothes/books and bric-a-brac.

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