Trim Castle Hotel celebrates over a decade in business. Founded in 2006 by the O’Brien family, our hotel offers 68 elegant bedrooms. We are situated in an opportune location, overlooking the eponymous Anglo-Norman castle at Trim, location of the Mel Gibson movie ‘Braveheart’. 

Welcome to Khan Spices!

Indian Restaurant and Take away

Khan Spices which represents the real Indian cuisine one dreams to have, is available in the centre of your heritage town, Trim. Although there is a difference of country and culture, you can still get the flavour of real Indian cuisine in the same way as they do back home in India.

Imaginative Irish and international cuisine will delight the palate at Knightsbrook Hotel Spa & Golf Resort . With a combination of fine dining in the main hotel.

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Savour a creative and sumptuous menu prepared by chef Sean McDonnell, which features a variety of dishes to suit any palette. Jules promises a warm welcome and attentive staff to look after your every need. Opening Times: Monday to Saturday- dinner from 6:30pm - 10:00pm (Last orders @ 9:45pm) Sunday- Lunch from 12:30pm until 8:30pm

For something a little different, try the recently refurbished Conservatory. This bright, spacious room is the perfect place to enjoy a flavourful menu of contemporary dishes, or to simply sample our considerable collection of delicious wines. Serving both table d'hote and a la carte menus, the Conservatory offers a wide range of choices, all prepared using the very freshest of local produce. Private dining and the hosting of special events are available on request.

Trim Living History Group Step back in time with a Medieval Knight of Trim with a hands on display that lets you feel the heft of a sword, try on a closed helmet and wear chain mail. Trim Living History Group will bring you on a walking tour around Medieval Trim, highlights include:

Trim Visitor Centre is conveniently located beside Trim Castle, based in the historic old town hall building.  It houses the Medieval Armoury Tour, Trim Castle Tours in Winter and tourist information and a gift shop.

Trim Visitor Centre will reopen to the public on 29 June 2020.

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Trim Heritage Town

Trim contains more Medieval buildings than any town in Ireland Trim is situated on the banks of the River Boyne in an area of fertile plains. The town developed around Trim Castle, straddling the river to the north and west of the castle. In the 13th century the town was enclosed within a circuit of stone walls. Augustinian (1202), Franciscan (1260), and Dominican (1263) friaries were established, indicating the growing prosperity of the town.

Trim Heritage Town


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