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August Bank Holiday Breaks in the Boyne Valley: A Perfect Getaway in 2024

As the August Bank Holiday approaches, there's no better time to plan a rejuvenating break to the Boyne Valley in Meath and South County Louth. Whether you're a history buff, nature enthusiast, or simply in need of a peaceful retreat, the Boyne Valley offers a plethora of experiences to make your holiday memorable. We have put together a list of great Hotel packages to help you plan your trip.


Greenway and Stay in the Boyne Valley!

The newly opened Boyne Valley to Lakelands Greenway has proved a hit with visitors from all over the Country. Irelands newest Greenway traverses through County Meath and County Cavan and follows the old line of the Navan to Kingscourt Railway. The railway line opened in 1872 and was largely operated by the Midland Great Western. It ceased operation in 1947.

Father’s Day Activities in the Boyne Valley

Its that time of year again when we celebrate the most important man in our lives- our Dad! Father’s Day falls on the 16th of June this year. It’s a fantastic excuse to get all the family together and let him know how much he is loved. This year, why not consider a trip to the Boyne Valley in Meath and South County Louth to let him know just how much he is appreciated.

Summer Self Catering Breaks in the Boyne Valley

With the summer months fast approaching, there is no better time to start planning your summer vacation to the Boyne Valley. If you are travelling as part of a family or group, then self-catering accommodation could be your best option. Have the freedom to eat out or dine in, have your own living space, while still being part of the group. We have some amazing self-catering options here in the Boyne Valley- from refurbished stables to seaside cottages and everything in between.