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Conyngham Arms Hotel
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Conyngham Arms Hotel is located in the manor village of Slane, County Meath with breathtaking views of the Boyne Valley, the birthplace of Ireland's Ancient East. The three star Conyngham Arms Hotel is situated 10 mins away from Newgrange.

Conyngham Arms Hotel is a beautifully restored 18th century coaching inn, 45 minutes from Dublin or 70 minutes from Belfast offering luxurious accommodation, free WiFi and private parking.

Located in the quaint manor village of Slane in the heart of the Boyne Valley, The Conyngham Arms is adorned with touches of French country style décor creating an inherent charming atmosphere.

The 15 chic bedrooms and award winning restaurant offer a high level of both comfort and service.

Each bedroom is beautifully appointed with French furnishings but also have modern facilities such as flat screen TV, Nespresso coffee machine, hair dryer and more. Each room has ensuite bathroom facilities with bath or shower and complementary toiletries made by a local company.

The hotel restaurant serves a full menu of indulgent lunch and dinner dishes, and there is also a cosy bar. The restaurant grows its own herbs and uses as much locally sourced and seasonal produce as possible. The menus change seasonally, so there’s always something new to enjoy. Casual dining is also available at the hotel’s bar and lounge.

Conyngham Arms Hotel is just over 30 minutes’ drive from Dublin International Airport. Taxi services can be arranged to nearby Navan and Drogheda town centres, a little over 20 minutes away. Local points of interest include the megalithic sites at Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth, Slane Castle, Old Mellifont Abbey, Monasterboice, the River Boyne, the Hill of Slane, The Battle of The Boyne Site and Slane Castle.

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