Pubs | Discover Boyne Valley


The Kilberry Restaurant

Indulge in a culinary journey at The Kilberry Restaurant, nestled in the heart of Kilberry village.

We offer delightful Irish cuisine with a global twist, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner 7 days a week.

Just a 5-minute drive from Navan town, our establishment also boasts exquisite cocktails and an extensive wine selection.

Kilberry, Navan, Co. Meath, C15 PY79

Lynch's- The Motor Bar

Established in 1926, Lynch's-The Motor Bar is a 3rd generation family-run pub. 

There are several rooms in the pub within which to find a quiet corner. and there is a warm, friendly atmosphere  along with a strong focus on the quality of its beers. 

Patrons will find a large selection of fine whiskeys and other spirits. 

All live sports are covered on a daily basis and there is a large sun-soaked beer garden on fine days!

Lynchs The Motor Bar

Emmet Street, Trim, Co Meath, C15 CX53

Fox's Castle Lounge

Family-run traditional pub located on picturesque hill of Skryne with lovely views of the countryside.

A warm welcome and a great pint of Guinness awaits you.

Well known for the great traditional music session every Wednesday night.

Last updated at 11.58pm on 20/11



Co. Meath,



The Royal Meath

The Royal Meath is one of the oldest bars in Navan, having been in the Geraghty family since the 1960’s.

The team at the Royal Meath know that atmosphere is everything.

At the Royal Meath design, décor and ambience have been brought together to create a chilled, relaxed environment.

On cold winter evenings enjoy the warm glow of their wood burning stove. Sip a hot whiskey or a pint of the best Guinness in town.

Watergate street,



The Punt Pub

Welcome to the heart of Irish hospitality!

Nestled in the charming town of Drogheda, our family-run pub offers a quintessential Irish experience steeped in tradition.

Step into a warm atmosphere where locals gather to revel in camaraderie and cheer on their favourite sports teams, with every match broadcasted live.

51 Fair Street,


Co. Louth.

Balreask Bar and Restaurant

Balreask Bar & Restaurant is a family run bar, restaurant, guest accommodation and function venue.  

Located on the outskirts of Navan, Balreask is the ideal location for the tourist and business visitor.

Take a look around our website to find out what we have to offer, where we are and when to visit us.

Trim Road, 


Co. Meath

Clarkes Bar Drogheda

Clarkes Bar, situated in the town centre of Drogheda is a unique pub dating back to 1900. 

The pub was built in 1850s and traded as a pub and grocers until 1900 when Thomas Reid transferred his license from Little Denmark St Dublin to Clarkes. The original licences issued by her majesty's government in 1900 are on display. Nano Reid, Irelands foremost visual artist was born in March 1900 and lived on the premises with her family until 1926 when the pub was sold.

Clarkes Bar, No. 19 Peter Street, Drogheda, Co. Louth

Donegan's Pub

Donegan's - a traditional Irish whiskey pub since 1871. Donegan's of Collon is situated on the main Slane - Derry route, having opened its doors as a resting place for weary travellers back in 1871, with yard and stables for the horses. Donegan's is still looking after both the local community and passers-by, whether you're looking for a seat by the two open fires on a chilly winter's day or sit in the summer sun in our comfortable yard.

Ardee Street,
Co. Louth

Farrelly’s Bar

A truly authentic family-run, traditional Irish pub. At Farrelly’s, we are famous for the quality or our pint of Guinness. As well as providing a traditional atmosphere we have a very pleasant outdoor area, a modern Wi-Fi network and live music every Friday.

Church Street, Oldcastle, Co. Meath

James Griffin Pub

One of the oldest pubs in Meath, since 1904. This pub was voted Traditional Pub of the year and Runner-Up ‘Powers’ Snug of the Year in 2012. There are many nooks and corners to this wonderful pub, where you can enjoy our craft beers, special whiskeys or your favourite cocktail beside the cosy log fires and watch the world go by.

High Street, Trim, Co. Meath