Slane

Pat's Art Studio


Located in Slane's Arty Quarter, Pat, a local artist, paints and exhbits his work in a friendly, inviting studio. Pieces include a broad selection of oil paintings and drawings. 

Seascapes and cityscapes are included, as are figures and a variety of themed works. 

Feel free to browse and chat with no obligation. You are also invited to view his extensive Adventures Travelogue. 


Crafting Modern Food from Ancient Methods. The modern pioneering food producers of the Slane Food Circle harness the rich flavours of the Boyne Valley to create nutritious, flavoursome food with a provenance that connects people, land, and heritage.

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.

The ultimate Irish whiskey experience. There could be no finer setting in which to discover the nature of whiskey than Ireland’s mythical Boyne Valley. Housed within the 250-year-old stables of the iconic Slane Castle Estate, our guided distillery tours uncover a history like no other.

Littlewood History

Littlewood Forest is located on the N2 Collon Road, 1 mile from Slane Village and provides a fantastic amenity for walkers. The forest covers 28 hectares (70 acres). Today it comprises a varied mix of conifer and broadleaved tree species. 

One of Ireland’s most well-known towns, Slane has been shaped by centuries of continuity, personal commitment and constant reinvention. Legend says that over 1500 years ago, St Patrick lit a fire that signalled a transformation in Ireland’s identity. For over three hundred years, one family – the Conynghams – have added new chapters to the town’s fascinating story as each generation made its mark. And for the past three decades, tens of thousands gather regularly at Slane Castle to enjoy the world’s most famous bands and musicians.

Rock Farm Slane operates guest house accommodation in the heart of the Boyne Valley. The Lime House offering stunning farm house accommodation on our working farm.  We are Failte Ireland approved and operate April to October.

Guest house – Lime House Eco Guesthouse, Stunning 6 en suite bedrooms in straw bale eco farm house offering year-round accommodation in the heart of the Boyne Valley- 

http://rockfarmslane.ie/what-is-ecotourism/lime-house/

Set in the 'Garden Village' at Tankardstown, Brabazon Restaurant offers seasonal dishes created from local produce and vegetables, salads and herbs from the walled garden. Both casual lunch and classic evening dining is served Wednesday through Sunday. Afternoon Tea is also available, served in Brabazon midweek and in the quaint Tea Garden at the weekend. Dine on the terrace in Summer, or in the intimate surrounds and open fire during the winter months.

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