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“Heritage at the Heart of the Boyne Valley”

Tennis & Pitch & Putt

Stackallen Tennis and Pitch & Putt Club Welcome to the Stackallen Tennis Pitch & Putt Website. Stackallen is Meath’s premier Lawn Tennis and Pitch & Putt Club. Stackallen Lawn Tennis and Pitch & Putt Club offers unrivalled facilities in both sports, along with a warm and welcoming atmosphere in the Clubhouse lounge and function room. […]

Irish Military War Museum

  Irish Military War Museum Ten minutes north of Slane, the Irish Military War Museum, offers a fascinating insight into Irish participants’ involvement in both World War One and World War Two, as well as other military conflicts in world history. The Museum recreates in stunning detail examples of trenches of World War One as well as […]

Kayaking

Kayaking and Rafting are an ideal group activity! There’s nothing better than messing about on the river and here at Rock Farm Slane we have the River Boyne at our door step. With a host of activities for all ages and levels why not include a watersport as part of your stay with us. Choose […]

Cycling

http://rockfarmslane.ie Cycling is the perfect way to experience the true beauty of Slane. Simply hire a bike and explore the Boyne Valley at your own leisure.                                      Rock Farm Slane has 8 electric bikes available for hire all […]

Horse Racing

The Boyne Valley is famous for the wonderful horses it produces. so where else would you go to the races. There is plenty of choice. National Hunt and Flat racing are regularly held at Fairyhouse (home of the Irish Grand National) and Bellewstown (for over 300yrs). Navan racecourseis one of the finest possible tests for […]

Golf

https://www.travelireland.org/meath/meath-golf-courses.html Where better to enjoy a golfing break than in Slane? There are a fantastic range of golf courses on our doorstep, including the hidden gem that is County Louth Golf Club (Baltray) and the great parkland course Killeen Castle, host to the 2011 Solheim Cup.

Walks

Walking Map of Slane Ramparts Walk and Littlewood Forest Walk The Ramparts Walk is accessible from Slane Bridge and follows the towpath of the Boyne Navigation along the banks of the beautiful River Boyne. This is a favourite route of local walking group, Slane Striders and is also popular with visitors to Slane.  Note: One […]

Newgrange – Brú na Bóinne

Newgrange is a 5,200 year old passage tomb located in the Boyne Valley in Ireland’s Ancient East. Newgrange was built by Stone Age farmers, the mound is 85 meters (93 yards) in diameter and 13.5 meters (15 yards) high, an area of about 1 acre. A passage measuring 19 meters (21 yards) leads into a […]

Slane Castle

Slane Castle hosts many high profile events, from its famous Summer Concerts with a capacity of 80,000 people, to intimate events inside the Castle. With the backdrop of the River Boyne and the surrounding parkland of the Estate, it is the perfect venue to accommodate a wide range of events in unique surroundings. Slane Castle […]