Ardboyne Hotel

Address: Dublin Road, Navan, County Meath, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Dublin Road, Navan, is near Hill of Tara (Temair) and Athlumney Castle.
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      Travel Blogs from Navan

      Catch a glimpse of the Gargoyle

      A travel blog entry by jetsettermike on Oct 28, 2014

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      Evidence shows that The Hill of Slane can be traced back into primordial times, so of course I had to visit it. Probably as old as the Neolithic period. I read that in Christian history that the hill became well known as the site where St. Patrick first lit the paschal fire in direct rebelliousness of the pagan kings at nearby Tara. I visited the hill of Slane ...

      Day 7: Dublin, Ireland

      A travel blog entry by stephygirl on Aug 14, 2014

      31 photos

      ... but with restaurants). The food here has so much flavor and quality ingredients. We walked around for 10 hours around town and came home and completely passed out until midnight..And then went back to sleep! I loved today; being with my mom and sister on this trip is a beautiful memory I will have forever, even though we miss my dad and brother very much.Tomorrow we are leaving Dublin and heading towards the south end of Ireland into the countryside to see some beautiful ...

      A pint of highlights in the U.K and Ireland

      A travel blog entry by amy_h on Jul 17, 2014

      20 photos

      ... where to sleep for the night. Not having a car in Ireland made getting around very difficult. Due to the north being part of the U.K and the south as the Republic of Ireland the transport system became very difficult. Dublin was used as a centre point to get to all parts of the country which meant we spent a lot more time travelling than we had anticipated. Aside from the public transport I fell in love with everything else in Ireland: the Guinness, the people, ...

      Luck O the Irish

      A travel blog entry by alicedoeseurope on Jun 22, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... say this past week has been outstandingly nice and not ordinary for Irish weather. They said they get about 2 weeks of sunshine a year and week number 1 is just finishing up. This is the nicest it gets and it is still pleasantly cool, about a high of 21-22. Still a bit cloudy with a nice wind. In general, it is very overcast or raining. I love it though. In some ways it is the same as many places we have been.. lots of tourists ...

      UK to Dublin

      A travel blog entry by winkie on Apr 07, 2014

      ... a explosive check. The first one did a reading and I was a bit worried as you can expect but the did another one and all was fine. They said it could have just been the swob. I don't care, I was free to travel. I slept most of the way from Luton to Dublin. Arriving to a foggy and rainy weather, something i'm sure I will get use to over the coming month. Making my way through ...