Knightsbrook Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort

“A range of rooms in a smart property” - AA Inspector

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TRIM, COUNTY MEATH

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This smart built property is a short distance from Trim, right in the centre of the historic Boyne Valley. The hotel boasts a popular spa facility as well as its surrounding championship golf course. Food is an important feature here, in both the Rococo Restaurant, and the all-day menu in the comfortable lounge bar. Afternoon tea can be taken in the Terrace Lounge on the mezzanine level overlooking the lobby. Bedroom accommodation comes in a number of styles, from the well-appointed standard up to a range of suites.

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Knightsbrook Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort
Iffernock, Dublin Road, TRIM, COUNTY MEATH

Features

Rooms
  • En-suite rooms: 159
  • Family rooms: Array
  • Satellite TV available
  • WiFi available
Children
  • Children welcome
  • Children's play area
Leisure
  • Golf Course
  • Gym available
  • Spa Available
Facilities
  • Fully air conditioned

About the area

Discover County Meath

Just to the northwest of Dublin, Meath is a county rich in ancient burial sites, abbeys and castles, and includes the Hills of Slane and Tara. From Slane, the River Boyne sweeps south then north again, and here, in the Boyne Valley, is one of the most important Stone Age sites in Europe – the large pre-Christian burial ground with its three great tumuli at Knowth, Newgrange and Dowth. Oldbrige marks the site of the Battle of the Boyne, where in 1690 the Protestant William of Orange defeated the Catholic James II.

The town of Kells is steeped in antiquity, and was the birthplace of the Book of Kells. In the 9th century, when monks from Iona in Scotland took refuge at the Abbey of Kells to escape Viking raids, they devoted their time to producing this magnificently illuminated (illustrated would be the modern term) work. It is in Latin and is basically the four gospels of the New Testament, but it is the illustrations which make it so important. These days it can be seen at Trinity College, Dublin, but there is still plenty of related interest in the town of Kells, which can be discovered on a heritage trail.

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