Slane

Hothouse Flowers in Concert


“DON’T GO”!!…….anywhere else this EASTER SUNDAY, 21st April 2019, but to see the HOTHOUSE FLOWERS play at THE CONYNGHAM ARMS HOTEL, SLANE, CO MEATH.

Celebrating 30 years since their first album ‘PEOPLE’ and the recent release of their brand new album ‘LETS DO THIS THING’, Hothouse Flowers are out on the road again in 2019.
Don’t miss this opportunity to get up close and personal with Liam and the lads, in this intimate venue with limited number of tickets going on sale.


Discover the character and charm of ‘Boyne House Slane’, formerly Cillghrian Glebe. A recent restoration in the heart of historic Manor Village of Slane, Co Meath, gateway to the Boyne Valley, and birthplace of Ireland’s Ancient East.

Allow our storytellers to immerse you into our wonderful world of whiskey. The fabrics of the Conyngham family tapestry are carefully woven through an interactive and immersive tour of our state of the art working distillery. Finish the tour in the best way possible, with a taste of our signature triple casked blend, Slane Irish Whiskey.

Our guided tours combine the personal touch of our storytellers alongside some impressive audio visual elements, authentically taking you through the whiskey making process from grain to glass.

Allow our storytellers to immerse you into our wonderful world of whiskey. The fabrics of the Conyngham family tapestry are carefully woven through an interactive and immersive tour of our state of the art working distillery. Finish the tour in the best way possible, with a taste of our signature triple casked blend, Slane Irish Whiskey.

 

Our guided tours combine the personal touch of our storytellers alongside some impressive audio visual elements, authentically taking you through the whiskey making process from grain to glass.

 

Slane's long and fascinating history is brilliantly outlined on the Slane Historic Trail. There is a wealth of historic sites to explore in the estate village of Slane. Its past is brought to life through a series of plaques and panels placed at points of interest along the route.

The self guided route is 2.2km long and will take approximately 45-60 minutes. It profiles the following points:

Hill of Slane

A well-preserved tower is to be found among the ruins of a Franciscan Monastery, dating from 1512, itself built on site of a monastery founded by St. Erc, a follower of St. Patrick.

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Hill of Slane

Award winning range of clothing and accessories designed with children’s imagination and adventurous spirit in mind, made to help not hinder adventure, tree climbing and puddle jumping!  The Bee Free range uses beautiful, soft, cosy anti pill fleece in this collection of colourful children’s clothes.

Artist:  Caoimhe Tuthill

This detached three storey house is one of the ‘Four Sisters’ on The Square (actually an octagon) in the heart of historic Slane Village.  Built around 1768, this protected structure is being fully renovated and is open for public access by appointment. (Limited access during restoration – wee website for details)

For a real sense of war visit the Irish Military War Museum, Ireland’s largest private military collective housed in a 5,000 sq ft ‘hands on’ museum.  WW1 and WW2 trenches and vehicles, original decommissioned weapons and equipment.  This is a fantastic educational and historical resource for people of all ages and from right across the island of Ireland and beyond.  The Museum also houses one of the finest collections of WW2 Allied and Axis vehicles and all deactivated weapons ever assembled in Ireland.

A wonderful outdoor activities for the whole family to enjoy (available Apr-Oct) 

Outdoor Adventure

Get high above the tree tops at Rock Farm Slane. Recreational Tree Climbing: http://rockfarmslane.ie/activities/recreational-tree-climbing/

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