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The Bull and Tide Gastrobar at The Village Hotel

The Bull and Tide Gastrobar at The Village Hotel, Bettystown is a relaxed and stylish location for a tasty lunch or evening meal. 

A memorable dining experience awaits you, with its plush velvet seating and modern booths. Whether you are hosting a stylish small soiree, a family gathering or a romantic meal for two, dining with us, is sure to wow family, friends or clients.  Using only the finest ingredients to ensure the fullest flavour and a strong emphasis on locally sourced produces, our menus focus on flavour and balance to create exciting and modern dishes.  
 

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Eastham Road, Bettystown, Co Meath 

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The Village Hotel

Welcome to The Village Hotel where a warm welcome awaits you from the seaside village of Bettystown, Co Meath 

The Award-Winning Village Hotel is a luxury, stylish, boutique hotel on the outskirts of the magnificent medieval town of Drogheda, Co Louth, which is the Gateway to the Boyne Valley.

Enjoy a short stroll to the beach amongst many other beauties in the area or venture into Drogheda that offers amazing restaurants, bars, arts and culture. 

00 353 (0)41 9887766
hello@villagehotel.ie

Eastham Road, Bettystown, Co Meath, A92 XY19

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Brambles at Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre

 We are an Irish Family Business and proud of our Artisan Hand Produced food. We invite you to join us for breakfast, morning coffee and lunch. We love what we do and we think it shows in the quality of our hand produced food. 
We have a wonderful cafe located in the visitor centre of Brú na Bóinne. The glazed wall of the café brings the outside in and you can enjoy a light lunch or a coffee in a bright airy space. The building is sympathetic to the historical site of Newgrange
 

Brambles Cafe Bru na Boinne
Brambles Cafe Bru na Boinne
Brambles Cafe Bru na Boinne
Brambles Cafe Bru na Boinne
Brambles Cafe Bru na Boinne
+353 (0)41 9814888
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Staleen Road, Donore, Co. Meath, A92 EH5C

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TRIBE Restaurant

TRIBE……..with passion, pride and good vibes, aims to deliver delicious modern Irish & International dishes using fresh locally sourced ingredients, served in a warm, welcoming and eclectic setting located in an historic 5th century church.                                                                        

TRIBE honours Family, Food, Life and Community bringing people together and exceeding our guests expectations.

 

041 9865060
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Church Lane,

Abbeyland,

Duleek

Co Meath

A92 N208

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Brambles at Oldbridge House, Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre

We are an Irish Family Business and proud of our Artisan Hand Produced food. We invite you to join us for breakfast, morning coffee and lunch or afternoon teas. We love what we do and we think it shows in the quality of our hand produced food. 


We have a wonderful location in the Tea Pavilion in Oldbridge house. The glazed wall of the café offers un-interrupted views of the wonderful Victorian and Octagonal gardens. Decking and contemporary seating allows for a relaxed environment in which to enjoy your refreshments. 

Brambles, Battle of the Boyne site
Brambles interior
Brambles coffee
Brambles soup
Brambles pantry
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Oldbridge House, Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre,  Oldbridge, Co. Meath  A92 CY68  

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Boyne Currach Centre – Traditional Boat Building in the Boyne Valley

Located in the world heritage site of Brú na Boinne, sitting alongside the river Boyne, beneath the tomb of Newgrange, visitors can experience various boat building projects and explore skills of the past, associated with tradition of skin boat making.

By recreating our Neolithic past, using only tools and methods that were available 5,000 years ago, we aim to heighten our senses that illustrate for us our own unique culture and heritage.

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Dun Uabhair, 
Droichead  Atha, 
Co na Mi

Open by appointment

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€3 per person

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Drogheda Historic Trail

Over 800 years, Drogheda has been the stage for many of the events that have shaped Ireland’s destiny.

At one time, it could have been regarded as Ireland’s capital city; centuries later, it was port of departure for thousands of desperate famine victims. And in 1649, it became synonymous with one of the blackest chapters in Ireland’s history when Oliver Cromwell unleashed a degree of ruthlessness that still stirs emotions.

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Drogheda Historic Trail

Over 800 years, Drogheda has been the stage for many of the events that have shaped Ireland’s destiny.

At one time, it could have been regarded as Ireland’s capital city; centuries later, it was port of departure for thousands of desperate famine victims. And in 1649, it became synonymous with one of the blackest chapters in Ireland’s history when Oliver Cromwell unleashed a degree of ruthlessness that still stirs emotions.

The Punt Pub

Family run traditional pub, with live music.  Full sports coverage daily.  Function room available for private parties

041 9847868
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51 Fair Street,

Drogheda,

Co. Louth.

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