The Boyne Valley is open and welcoming visitors back to the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East. Over the past 16 months we have been consuming information online about the best places to visit in Ireland. Our smartphones are in overdrive trying to figure out where the best places to eat are. Where should you go for a scenic hike? What is the one unmissable experience that you should have on your bucket list in the Boyne Valley?
Unique to the Boyne Valley
There is no doubt that the Boyne Valley offers an extensive list of options for your overnight stay in the area. Our towns and countryside are home to some amazing hotels to visit this summer. Down through the years, the Boyne Valley has established an excellent reputation for hospitality. No more so than in the smaller accommodation providers like our bed and breakfasts, guesthouses and our camping, glamping, and motorhome parks.
This year will be the summer of the outdoors. And how better to spend it than by exploring and discovering some of the Boyne Valley’s extensive gardens. From Garden centres to historic houses and everything in between, there is no better way to spend a relaxing afternoon than experiencing one of these beautiful settings.
Last week Michelle Walsh Jackson (The Novel Traveller) told the Elaine Show on Virgin Media One all about her recent adventures in the Boyne Valley.
Drogheda is the gateway to the Boyne Valley and one of the oldest towns in Ireland. Its many heritage sites, museums, galleries, hotels, and restaurants lends itself to being a must visit destination this summer. Read on and we will tell you why…
Ireland is on the move again and more and more of our hospitality and tourism businesses are reopen or preparing to reopen. Restrictions are still in place and while we are all enjoying the freedom of getting outdoors and exploring again, we need to make sure to follow the current COVID-19 guidelines.
Wouldn’t it be nice to take a holiday this summer and know that the entire family is catered for? A destination that has activities for everyone to enjoy, a destination where the teenagers won’t be bored and most importantly, a destination where they won’t want to be on their screens! We have it all here in bucket loads in the Boyne Valley.
Here is our list of the best activities for teenagers to enjoy when visiting the Boyne Valley.
The Office of Public works maintains and presents Ireland’s most iconic heritage properties, including Ireland’s two World Heritage Sites, 780 National Monuments and over 2,000 acres of gardens and parklands. On the 14th of May this year, Minister Patrick O’Donovan announced that admission charges to all fee-paying open OPW heritage sites are being waived in line with the Government’s recovery and reopening plan outlined in The Path Ahead.