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Loughcrew Megalithic Centre
Oldcastle, Co. Meath
Loughcrew Megalithic Centre is perfectly located within the Boyne Valley and is just a short hike from the 5000 year old Loughcrew Cairns.

Just 45 mins from Dublin and a few minutes from the M3 guests can enjoy the Irish countryside while never being too far from civilisation. The Loughcrew Cairns is a must see while staying here. A 25 minute hike will take you to these ancient passage tombs and engravings where people from all over the world come to visit. Here over half of Ireland can be seen and the spectacular views speak for themselves.

There are three different types of accommodation available at the Loughcrew Megalithic Centre. You can bring your tent and pitch up in the large open space, sheltered by mature hedgerows where the Loughcrew Hills act as the perfect backdrop. If you have a campervan or caravan you can park up in this small family run site with onsite amenities such as electrical hook up and toilet and shower facilities.

If you fancy something a bit more luxurious why not book into one of the 6 glamping yurts, complete with a wood burning stove to keep you warm and cosy. The staff are always happy to help guests to get the most out of their stay. While staying here guests can make use of the traditional Irish courtyard. This courtyard comprises of a café, the 1700’s Heritage Museum and the function room where many different events are hosted. It’s also suitable for families as children can play in the playground while being over looked by Irish Legends. There is also an onsite cafe and gift shop. Whether it is history or adventure you are after Loughcrew is the perfect place to recharge your batteries.

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Summerbank,Oldcastle,Co Meath
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