An 18th-century Georgian mansion set in the tranquil Meath countryside that offers luxury accommodation and amenities.
Set in a lush and luxurious 21-acre estate in the scenic Meath countryside, the Dunboyne Castle Hotel and Spa is ideal for a relaxing stay. Originally built in 1764, the Georgian mansion retains much of its historic charm, with extensive updates to suit the changing times. The hotel offers a sweeping view of well-tended gardens and lawns. Despite its isolated location, it is easily accessible and is just 18km away from the city centre of Dublin.
Perfect for a luxurious stay and relaxing getaways, the hotel offers 145 spacious rooms and suites. It also houses one of the finest spas in Meath, the Seoid Spa. Other features include an award-winning restaurant, a contemporary bar, spacious meeting rooms, and grand wedding venues. Relaxation, luxury, tradition, and modern comfort all in one place.
The castle hotel retains much of its original Georgian mansion features dating back to 1764. Its interior is decorated with stucco plasterwork cornices with grand chandeliers. The rooms are all tastefully decorated and refurbished, adding a modern twist to the hotel’s historic charm.
Eat and drink within the original castle walls. Enjoy award-winning dining at the Ivy Restaurant or have some afternoon tea, quick bites, and cocktails at the Terrace Lounge. Guests can also unwind and drink at the Sadlier Bar.
Located in an isolated estate in the countryside of Meath, the castle hotel offers stunning rural views. Despite its exclusive location, it is still easily accessible from the city. It is just 18km from the city centre of Dublin and 20km from the Dublin airport.
Deluxe Double Room
Deluxe Twin Room
Dunboyne, County Meath, Ireland
The Ivy Restaurant has been awarded with 2 AA Rosettes since 2013. Through innovation and creativity, the restaurant offers an exquisite dining experience. The restaurant’s menu features ingredients from local suppliers and organic farmers. Here, you can get a full Irish breakfast or a three-course table d’hote dinner. Your dinner is accompanied by a glass of Sauvignon Blanc. Dinner is served from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm. A special Sunday Lunch is also available from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Sadlier Bar is a fine traditional bar named after one of the prominent families associated with the castle estate. . A perfect place to relax and unwind, the bar offers full traditional favourites. They have a fine selection of Irish whiskeys, liqueurs, wines, and draught beers. The bar menu consists of culinary classics and modern concoctions.
Reduce your tension, rejuvenate, and get full relaxation at the Seoid Spa. Considered one of the finest spas in Dublin, Seoid Spa is complete with a hydrotherapy pool, heated pool langues, steam room, sauna, and thermal suite. Spa treatments offered include full body massage and facials. There is also an outdoor hot tub and a fully-equipped gym.
Castletown House is one of the key attractions located near the castle hotel. This beautiful Palladian country house was built in 1722 and features period-style interiors and conical barn folly. It holds an architectural and historical significance, making it a must-visit attraction in the area. It is set in an equally majestic 18th-century parkland idyllically located on the banks of the Liffey.
Glasnevin Cemetery Museum is one of the top attractions in Dublin. The cemetery surrounding the museum is a Victorian burial ground of many prominent Irish figures. Here, you can take the cemetery tour, trace your family tree, or enjoy the interactive displays at the museum. A visit at the cemetery and museum is a hauntingly beautiful experience.
Learn more about the haunting imprisonment and execution that the Kilmainham Gaol Museum witnessed. This museum was formerly a prison and was one of the largest gaols in Europe. Through a guided jail tour, you'll learn the militant history of Ireland.