Located on a quiet country road on the edge of Ashbourne Town in County Meath, Archerstown Lodge B&B offers a quiet and homely retreat for guests looking for Bed & Breakfast accommodation. We have ensuite rooms (double & twin) available to guests all year round.
Archerstown Lodge B&B is located next door to Ashbourne Rugby Club and also to Ashbourne Golf Club. We're also close to some of Irelands most historical sites including The Hill of Tara, New Grange, Bective Abbey, the historical town of Trim, and Kells is just a short drive away in the County of Meath, the County of the Kings.
Archerstown Lodge B&B is ideally located to all tourist attractions in Meath and Dublin: just 5 minutes from Tayto Park, 30 minutes from Funtasia in Drogheda and 10 minutes to Fairyhouse Racecourse.
Dublin Airport is only 15 minutes drive and Dublin City Centre is just 20 minutes away.
We're only 5 minutes from Tayto Park!
Tayto Theme Park in Ashbourne Co. Meath is a modern and well run activity park with an excellent programme of activities for all ages and is an unforgettable day out for the whole family. Tayto have turned 55 acres of Meath farmland into an fun filled park which is one of the first of its kind in Ireland with over 100 attractions including Europe's Largest Wooden Roller Coaster - The Cú Chulainn Coaster. Other attractions at Tayto Park include zoo animals with tigers, monkeys, birds of prey and reptiles to mention a few. There are also activities such as their zip line, climbing wall, sky walk and 5D cinema.
We're only 10 minutes from Fairyhouse RaceCourse!
Fairyhouse Racecourse - Home of the Irish Grand National - is just a 10 minute drive from Archerstown Lodge B&B. It's the home of the Irish Grand National and hosts many horse racing events throughout the year. They also hold a Sunday Market there every weekend and other events include Rockathon Music Festival.
We're only 20 minutes from Newgrange!
Newgrange World Heritage Site is a 5,200 year old passage tomb located in the Boyne Valley in Ireland's Ancient East. It was constructed about 5,200 years ago (3,200 B.C.) which makes it older than Stonehenge and the Great Pyramids of Giza. The mound is ringed by 97 large kerbstones, some of which are engraved with symbols called megalithic art.
Other historic attractions in the region include the site of the infamous Battle of the Boyne. You can look out from the Hill of Tara, sharing the view with the ancient High Kings of Ireland, or be mesmerised by the detail of the Celtic Crosses at Kells.
We're only 20 minutes from Dublin City!
It's the 3rd Most Friendly City in the World! View the stunning book of Kells that dates from 800AD at Trinity College, stand atop Howth Hill and watch the sun set over the city, enjoy a drink and the craic of a traditional music session in a pub. With Ireland’s National Museums and Galleries located in Dublin, there’s plenty to see for the culturally inclined. There are hundreds of public parks and gardens all across the Dublin region, some large, some small, some modern and some dating back hundreds of years. Dublin’s got so much to show you that even the locals are still discovering it.
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