If it’s family fun and excitement you’re looking for over the Easter school break, then take a minute to check out the great Easter hotel deals we are running at the Newgrange Hotel, in Navan Co. Meath this year.
Destination weddings are so popular these days they’re even making movies about them! So, what's making destination weddings so ‘on trend’ right now? This blog takes a look at some of the general reasons for couples opting for this type of wedding.
So, you’re heading to a business conference in Co. Meath soon and need tips for what to do while you’re here? Meath is good for a number of outdoor activities, and there’s lots to keep you busy during your breaks. Here’s our list of top leisure activities in Meath to add to your travel itinerary.
Panicking – it’s definitely NOT the thing you want to be doing while planning your destination wedding. Because, while there are some very good and natural calming remedies on the market these days, and you’ll be able to laugh about all the trauma in years to come, wedding planning is meant to be more enjoyed than suffered through. Right?
The 28th September 2017 saw the Newgrange Hotel in Navan host an evening of new food, wine and cocktail options in their Bridge restaurant. Guests were treated to the beautiful sounds of Cathal Dolan, enjoyed a sample of cocktails and wines from the new drinks menu, and savoured the amazing food on offer.
Ireland is swimming in interesting tales and folklore. From Druids and gods to noblemen, queens and knights. But what do they all have in common? Besides the rolling hills of Ireland, there is one beast that has stood by their side – the horse. Thoroughbred horse racing and breeding history dates back centuries and is an integral feature in Irish culture and history.
Irish folklore in Meath stems from the medieval times of the Iron Age Celts and is deeply rooted in Gaelic mythology and Pagan and Celtic beliefs. Dotted across the countryside outside of Navan are the remnants of early buildings, hill forts and secret passage tombs that point to an earlier era of Irish history, making the area an exciting setting for learning about authentic Irish mythology at its roots.
The Solstice Arts Centre offers insight and opportunities into the world of performance, community and self-expression in Ireland. From pieces inspired by world-famous actors, to classes for small children, this central hub boasts the well-kept secret of Irish creativity.
When October rolls around, one of the best things to do in Meath is attend a spooky Halloween event, and the Haunted Spooktacular Halloween event at Grove Gardens in Kells is one of them. If you are looking for an event that is full of laughter, smiles and good times - then this is not the place for you. If you prefer terror, extreme fear and plenty of scares - then welcome.
Cusack Homes residential development at Knightsbrook on Trim's Dublin Road. This development is a new concept in lifestyle developments, incorporating the superb new 4* Knightsbrook Hotel and a beautifully designed Christy O'Connor Jnr Championship golf course, all set amid 186 acres of mature rolling parkland.
Newgrange Hotel is part of the Cusack Hotel Group, and as our guest, you are free to enjoy services offered by our partnering hotels. If you would like to enjoy a swim, you can travel to Knightsbrook Hotel, also part of the Cusack Hotel Group, which is approximately ten minutes away from us. It sports a fantastic 17 meter deck-level indoor pool that is perfect for relaxing in or exercising.
An Irish themed wedding menu is a traditional yet contemporary choice for many couples. The meals included are unique, and can be outstanding if prepared correctly. From stews that encourage a good old family feast to delicious desserts that please the guests’ sweet tooth, the Celts definitely have a keen sense of taste.