Once the home to the Celtic High Kings, Meath now welcomes thousands of visitors each year who choose to stay in Meath hotels and other forms of holiday accommodation. You may be looking to stay at a Meath hotel due to its proximity to Dublin but there is much to do in the county itself.
One of the major attractions is the 300-year-old Irish Grand National Hunt and Flat Race and Meath hotels are hard to come by at this time of year. In fact, its growing popularity as a tourist destination it is always advisable to book a Meath hotel in advance of your trip.
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Meath hotels are just one example of the Irish holiday accommodation which is available through Dublin Events. Properties across the Emerald Isle, including your Meath hotel can be booked online using the quick and easy listing and reservation service.
So you are in County Meath and looking for first class comfortable accommodations!!. Ashbourne Court Hotel is where you need to be. This modern luxurious three star hotel offers forty four spaciously comfortable bedrooms. All the rooms are decorated with aesthetically pleasing furniture. All the rooms are also en-suite. The rooms feature TV, telephone, iron and ironing board, hairdryer and tea / coffee making facilities. The room service is excellent. The hotel has a nice meeting room that is suitable for business meetings or conferences. Guests can enjoy a delicious meal at the hotel's Landmark Restaurant that specializes in traditional and international cuisines. Steer's Steakhouse located here offers some of the best steaks in the Royal County. Only the freshest local produce is used here to make all the dishes. The wine list is comprehensive and offers something for every palate. Those wanting to just unwind and relax can head over to the Sub Zero Disco Bar and chat with other guests over some fine drinks. A nightclub is available for the guests who prefer to dance the night away.
The Station House Hotel is a fine place to stay and enjoy the beautiful scenery and attractions in County Meath. Located only 20 miles from Dublin, this hotel has been converted from a railway junction. The hotel is situated in twelve acres of beautiful and peaceful gardens. The hotel has twenty peacefully comfortable en-suite bedrooms. The rooms have TV, trouser press, modem connection for internet access for communicating with other computers and tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel has a conference centre for holding business meetings or conferences for the business executives. The hotel's Signal Restaurant is a major tourist magnet due to its excellent cuisines and quality of food. Only the very best of the local produce is used in preparing the various dishes. The restaurant has undergone independent assessment by many famous food critics and has garnered several awards from them for maintaining standards of excellence in the service and the quality of the food. The hotel and restaurant are both certified by the Irish Tourism Board.