Slane

Sage and Stone

Sage and Stone operates as a restaurant, cafe, gift shop and farm shop on the site of the owner's family farm in Duleek.  

 With fantastic freshly cooked take home dinners, soups and salads as well as tasty home-baked cakes and desserts this is a great place to shop if you're on holiday in the area and planning a picnic or if self-catering. It's also a great place to stop for a delicious take-away coffee and treat. 

Don't forget to take a look at the fantastic gift shop which is a treasure trove of artwork, jewellery. homeware, crafts and more. 

 

(041) 981 4362
info@sageandstone.com

 

The Farm, Newlanes, Duleek, Co. Meath

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Orchard Holiday Village

The Orchard Holiday Village is a development of 4 newly built holiday homes in the heart of the historic village of Slane. The site was previously a vegetable garden and orchard within the original grounds of the Parochial House, one of the ‘four sisters’ at the crossroads in Slane.

The Orchard Holiday Village currently offers 3 three bedroom townhouses and 1 two bedroom townhouse, these houses are fully equipped for a practical and luxurious self-catering stay in the Boyne Valley.

041 9820093
info@orchardholidayvillage.ie

Orchard Way,

Slane,

Co. Meath

C15 P5FK

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Point to Point and Country Fair at Dowth

The Point to Point and Country Fair at Dowth is now firmly established as a “must attend” date in the calendar, on the Sunday of the October Bank Holiday weekend.

This celebration of great racing, food and family fun sees thousands gather at the Old Racecourse, Dowth which is part of the Brú na Bóinne, Unesco World Heritage Site. Guaranteed to be as much fun as you can have with your wellies on!

dowthp2p@gmail.com

Dowth Hall
Dowth
County Meath
A92 T2T7

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Boyne Boats

Historic Boyne Canal Experience 


Guided by Ross Kenny, a skilled boat builder and storyteller, paddle through the hidden beauty of the Boyne Canal, an ancient waterway. As you learn about the stories and history that are home to this magical place, prepare to be charmed by the gentle sounds of nature within an enchanting landscape of native trees, wild plants and flowers, bird and wildlife that mirror onto the water. 
•    Duration:                Approx. 90 mins 
•    Pax:                        Min: 2  Max: 6 

086-3616420
info@boyneboats.ie

Tiernan's Sealock,

Oldbridge,

Co. Meath 

 

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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 cultutre and heritage.

0863577002.
boynecurrach@gmail.com

Dun Uabhair, 
Droichead  Atha, 
Co na Mi

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Boyne Valley Wools

Alison Fullam Gogan lives in the heart of the Boyne Valley Co.Meath, Ireland. She has a large flock of Jacob sheep which won second place in the recent All Ireland Flock assesments and she also was awarded Best Stock Ram in Ireland with the Jacob Breed.

Alison Hand spins all her own Jacob wool and crafts products with the finished yarn such as woven scarves, hand knit hats, socks, rugs, throws etc.

041-98805330
boynevalleywools@gmail.com

The Leck, Donore, Co. Meath

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Forest Walk - Balrath Wood

Forest Walk - Balrath Wood

Balrath can be enjoyed throughout the year. However, the ideal time to visit Balrath is in late summer/early autumn when there are plenty of leaves and some fruits/nuts on the trees, some wildflowers still in bloom and also some insect life to be seen. Spring and summer are also good times, especially to see woodland wildflowers in their natural habitat.

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Francis Ledwidge Museum & War Memorial Centre

The poet Francis Ledwidge was born in Slane on 19th August 1887. The museum is open 7 days 10.00am - 1.00pm & 2.00pm - 5.30pm and is situated 1 mile from the village of Slane on the Drogheda Road.

Tours can be booked in advance and there are special rates for schools and teachers.

Below is one of Francis’ many poems dedicated to his love Ellie Vaughey.

Spring Love

I saw her coming through the flowery grass

Round her swift ankles butterfly and bee

Blent loud and silent wings; I saw her pass

041 982 4544
info@francisledwidge.com

Janeville, Slane, Co. Meath

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Listoke Distillery & Gin School

Listoke Distillery & Gin School - Now open for distillery tours as well as being the only gin School in Ireland, Listoke 1777 has become one of Ireland's most sought after visitor experience. 

Visit the school for a history of gin, gin tasting and an introduction to all that is gin. 

Pre-booking essential 

 

+353 83 85 44 88 2
hello@listokedistillery.ie

Tenure, Monasterboice, Co. Louth.

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