As we welcome in December and think about Christmas Celebrations, the annual Christmas work lunch or dinner will need to be planned. Celebrations have been stifled over the last two years but Christmas 2022 is set to be a great one here in the Boyne Valley. Whether you are planning to meet up with colleagues or friends, be sure to check out over 25 venues for your Christmas get together this year in Meath or Louth below. Here are our top Christmas Party destinations in the Boyne Valley.
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A trip to the Boyne Valley should be on everyone’s bucket list this Christmas. From Christmas Markets to festive shopping and everything in between, if you are looking for some family fun this Christmas, then there is no where better to visit in Ireland. It's well known that Santa loves visiting this region before his long trip around the globe and Mrs Claus can’t get enough of our beautiful food!
Black Friday originated in America when retailers dropped their prices the day after Thanksgiving to try and entice shoppers. The idea has caught on in Ireland and lots of shops, hotels and restaurants offer a reduction on their products and services for the day and into the weekend. This year, Black Friday falls on the 25th of November and we have some great offers to tell you about here in the Boyne Valley.
There is nowhere more magical in Ireland at Christmas time than the Boyne Valley. A place to escape for a few days away, with mystical heritage sites to explore and cosy pubs with roaring log fires to enjoy. Part of the appeal of County Meath and County Louth at Christmas time is our many Christmas markets. Every weekend, from now until Christmas, you will find a Christmas Market in the region. Discover all our beautiful local produce, crafts, Christmas gifts, music and so much more.
The mid-term break is winding down and the kids are ready to go back to school. Halloween events are finishing up but there is still plenty of activities happening in the Boyne Valley this November! If you are looking for a place to visit in Ireland that is always buzzing with events then the Boyne Valley is the place to be. Join us this November for a host of entertainment including food festivals, walking tours, illumination events and so much more. Here is a full list of what you can look forward to this November in the Boyne Valley.
As food festivals goes, this is definitely one for the diary. From November 3rd to November 6th, Kells in County Meath will come alive with food demonstrations, food markets, cocktail classes, walking tours, children’s cookery classes, long table suppers and so much more. In ancient times, when the feast of Samhain brought people together to celebrate the end of the harvest season, food and drinks were at the centre of their celebrations.
If you are planning on an adventure this Halloween in Ireland, then the Boyne Valley is the place to go. There are so many activities for all ages here and especially for families. This year sees the return of the Spirits of Meath Festival to the region as well as the Púca Festival.
The County town of Meath and a great base to explore the Boyne Valley, Navan has got something for everyone. A bustling night life for those of us wanting to soak up the food and drinks scene, great family friendly activities and plenty of heritage and walks for those of us wanting a slower pace of adventure. Here are our top ten reasons to visit Navan this Autumn.