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January Weekends at The James Griffin, Trim

Based in the heart of the heritage town of Trim, the James Griffin pub always provides a warm welcome to its many regulars and visitors alike.

With its ever-present hospitality as well as live music and DJs scheduled for the month of January, The James Griffin is an ideal place to kick back after a busy week. 

The James Griffin Pub
046 9431295

21 High Street, Trim, Co Meath
Sat, Jan 1 - Sun, Jan 30 2022, All day

Steeple View

Steeple View is a luxury holiday home located in Trim town. The property has three bedrooms ensuite, shower room and the space to comfortably sleep four - five guests. There is a large living room and a well equipped kitchen leading on to a patio area with outdoor furniture.

Tastefully decorated with high quality furniture and fitting, guests can find it a very relaxing and comfortable place for a holiday. On arrival, guests are greeted by a family member and treated to complimentary tea, coffee and home baking of the day. Steeple View is open all year.

087 9135064

33A High Street,


Co Meath

Boyne View House Guest Accommodation

Boyne View House offers the guest a range of accommodation including individual bespoke lodges and cottages.  Each lodge and cottage has it's own authentic and quirky decor that captures the eye of all tourists.   We originally started as a Bed & Breakfast, but with consumer trends changing we now offer the guest a unique stay in our bespoke lodges and cottages.  

Boyne View House Guest Accommodation
Boyne View House Guest Accommodation Lodges
Boyne View House Guest Accommodation Applewood
BVH Living Area
BVH Bedroom
00 353 86 8392946

Drinadaly, Trim Co Meath, C15 PRR0

Hidden History of the Porchfields and Newtown Trim, Co. Meath

The route from Trim Castle to Newtown Trim through the porch fields is a popular walk for locals and became even more so during the lockdown period. The history and archaeology of the Medieval Town and Castle are well known but less is known about the Porchfields and the borough of Newtown Trim.

In 2021 Meath County Council received funding from the Irish Walled Town Network (Heritage Council) to develop an audio-visual guide for the walk from the Sheep gate (across from Trim Castle) to Newtown Trim explaining the hidden history of the route from prehistory to the present.

Hidden History of the Porchfields and Newtown Trim
Wed, Aug 18 - Mon, Aug 23 2021, All day

Boyne Blueway Trim

Located in and flowing through the picturesque heritage town of Trim, the Boyne Blueway Trim is a beautiful stretch of the River Boyne which flows from Trim to Bective Mill. With a length of 8kms it can be paddled in 2.5 to 3 hours and is suitable for dabblers & those with a little bit more paddling ability. This is phase one of the Boyne Blueway Trim development.

+353 (0) 46 943 7227

Information: Trim Visitor Centre,

Castle Street,


Co. Meath.


Beewise Nature Trail

The Bee Wise Nature Trail comprises of five acres of young woodland planted with a variety of bee loving trees, e.g. Sweet Chestnut, Rowan, Maple, Sycamore, White Beam, Arbutus (Strawberry Tree) and Oak. There is a large variety of flowering &fruiting hedgerows planted to encourage a  diversity of wildlife interspersed with areas of wild flowers to attract bees, butterflies and insects.  A 1.5km path meanders through the 5 acre site with information points and fun facts to peruse as you stroll through our natural environment.

086 3446791

Crerogue, Kilmessan,
Co. Meath, C15X62D

Blackfriary Community Heritage Archaeology Project

The excavations at the site of the award-winning Blackfriary Community Heritage and Archaeology Project (BCHAP) in the town of Trim, County Meath, Ireland are run by the Blackfriary Archaeology Field School. Their goal is to deliver a wonderful experience to all interested students, visitors, lifelong learners and enthusiasts at the Blackfriary. Already, so many have started their field careers or realised their dream of taking part in an excavation at this medieval friary in the heritage capital of Ireland.

Blackfriary Archaeology Field School, 
Griffin Park,
Co. Meath

Boyne Valley Activities

Boyne Valley Activities aim to develop and promote the Boyne Valley as a premier activities and Eco-tourism destination, we offer a wide range of eco-tourism experiences and high octane activities and are committed to responsible tourism  in this culturally and archaeologically soaked region. See below for information on the different activities that are available. 


086 734 2585

Jonathan Swift Street,


Co. Meath