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Aaron Vale B & B - 85 Ashfield Green, Mell Drogheda A92 NC42

0.3 miles from United Park
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £67.10 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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Aaron Vale Bed & Breakfast. Is Situated 3 minutes From City of Drogheda Town Centre, This 3* Fáilte Ireland approved is close to Restaurants (Scholars, West 29, Eastern Seaboard Borzalino’s) Bars Nite clubs Storm Earth Nite Club, Electric Ballroom, Fusion. Close to three championship golf course’s some of the best on the east coast of Ireland namely Seapoint, Baltray (top ten links course in the world, Irish Open 2004 & 2009) Laytown & Bettystown, Drogheda and District Bridge Congress take place in the Westcourt Hotel on the first Friday of October for 3 days, Excellent area for cycling, walking and many great beaches only 9k. from the historic Newgrange site, Brú na Bóinne, Battle of the Boyne, Oldbridge House, Beaulie House and An Griánan cookery school and home of the ICA, Monasterboice Round Tower, 6k, Funtasia Water Park 2k. Tayto Park Ashbourne 25mins. Old Mellifont 6k. Dublin City Centre 50k Local Airport Dublin International Airport 25minutess NOT ON A MAIN ROAD, quite area, off road car parking, multi channel TV. tea/coffee making facilities. Free Wifi, hairdryer, blackout blinds

Spoon and the Stars - 13 St. Marys Terrace, Dublin Road Drogheda A92 DK65

0.9 miles from United Park
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £46.52 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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Spoon and the Stars, is an early 18th century building still holds its original features like the sash windows and shutters,front door, interior woodwork and stairway. Drogheda is an old walled town located in the Historical Boyne Valley just 20 mins from Dublin airport and 10mins from Newgrange, Monasterboice, Slane Castle,The Battle of the Boyne,Mellifont Abbey,Millmount and Bettystown (The gold coast of the east coast) and many other beaches stretching 14km . Ensuite, Private and Dorm rooms available. Great rates. Outdoor courtyard with BBQ and raised garden to the back. Free breakfast from 8-10. Free WiFi throughout the building. We will be hosting different nights like Dingbat quiz nights, different themed nights,gigs and events. With plenty of local attractions and good bars to visit we will share our local Irish knowledge. Bike rental and good walking trails nearby. Drogheda is vibrant town full of character and plenty of characters to meet along the way. Plenty of free and very cheat attractions in the area and a great night life to enjoy especially due to the amount of great pubs which are always providing a place for local artist and musicians to showcase there amazing talents.

Flynns of Termonfeckin - Main Street, Termonfeckin Drogheda A92 HYK8

4.3 miles from United Park
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £61.73 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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In the small village of Termonfeckin in County Louth, The Waterside has a great location for those exploring the region surrounding Drogheda and Dundalk. For keen golfers, the challenging golf courses of Seapoint Golf Club and County Louth Golf Club in Baltray are both within easy reach. Dublin Airport is only a 25-minute drive away. On the banks of the Ballywater River, Flynns of Termonfeckin is a 5-minute drive from Drogheda, this historic 19th-century building offers luxury accommodation. A short distance from the beautiful beach perfect for a relaxing walk. Free on-site parking is available. The newly refurbished rooms have river views and each room is en suite, with a shower and bath. Every room has a flat-screen TV and telephone. 4 rooms are located in a separate coach house, overlooking the secluded and secure courtyard. A full Irish breakfast is made fresh to order and served in the restaurant overlooking the Ballywater River. The Hotel is close to the historic site of Newgrange and the Battle of the Boyne site and Oldbridge. The village has its own historic ruins of Termonfeckin castle. Or why not visit Drogheda city centre is a five minute drive where you can enjoy shopping and restaurants.

Reddans - Neptune Beach, Coast Road Bettystown A92 PY6N

4.9 miles from United Park
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £89.47 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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Explore Reddans of Bettystown Boutique B&B, Bar and Bistro, located in the heart of eleven kilometres of beautiful sandy beach, adjoined by Laytown and Mornington beaches. It was on Bettystown beach where the world famous Tara Brooch (Celtic Brooch circa 700 AD) was discovered. Reddans is situated in the centre of Bettystown village in the midst of the historical East Gold Coast. Reddans of Bettystown, also known as Neptune Beach, is a landmark haven that has been welcoming people for over 140 years. Enriched by a countryside sprinkled with an abundance of historical monuments, Reddans also enjoys the modern benefits of local amenities, buses, coaches, taxis and just a 4 minute drive from the train station at Laytown. Excellent golf courses, gift shops, amusement arcade and commuter links to Dublin, Drogheda, Trim and Navan. If you are seeking a refreshing retreat from a busy days schedule, a relaxing drink by an open fire or simply just to get away from it all, Reddans of Bettystown is a wonderful setting for any special occasion; wedding, christening, birthday, anniversary, conference or business meetings. Our west facing, suntrap balcony is also very popular for al fresco dining in the summer months. This unique Boutique B&B boasts of exquisitely furnished en-suite guest bedrooms with TV and stunning sea views. The Bar and Bistro Lounge have welcoming fires in the winter months. Our function room is uniquely positioned by the beach. Free Wifi and Sports TV, live entertainment every weekend.

CityNorth Hotel (M1) - Gormanston Co. Meath

7.3 miles from United Park
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £91.79 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Enjoy modern 4 star comforts at CityNorth Hotel together with the benefits of a convenient location. Easy to find off exit 7 on the M1 – the hotel lies just 20 minutes north of Dublin Airport (Courtesy coach at €10 pp each way and must be prebooked) and 30 minutes from Dublin city centre (a frequent public coach service operates daily with a bus stop directly on the hotel grounds). Complimentary car parking during your stay and €3 per day thereafter. The historic town of Drogheda – gateway to the famed Boyne Valley region is just a short 10 minute drive away. Take in a little culture within the glorious famed Boyne Valley region, indulge in a little retail therapy at some of the stylish local boutiques or larger shopping centres also nearby. Mingle with the locals in the nearby village of Stamullen - which is a short countryside stroll from the hotel grounds or unwind with a peaceful coastal stroll along the beach in the morning with afternoons spent exploring our quaint local villages or buzzing towns with their traditional cafes, trendy coffee shops, gift stores, art galleries and restaurants which offer authentic menus from Italian to Spanish Tapas. Get pampered at the hotels Lavender Suite, a relaxing retreat offering a range of keenly priced beauty and massage treatments. There's plenty of activities nearby for families (keeping both tots and teens happy) including the Fantastic Funtasia entertainment centre and Aquapark, Red Mountain Open Farm and Ardgillan Castle with homebaking at its best in their cute coffee shop. Our more sporty/outdoorsy guest will enjoy the superb links golfing in the region, go-karting, greyhound racing or horse-riding - all of which can be booked from the hotels reception. Try your hand at clay pigeon shooting, there are lessons available at Courtlough - Irelands premier shooting ground. There is a well equipped fitness suite to enjoy and the game room for adult & kiddie amusement. Alternatively, a frothy coffee may be enjoyed from the comfort of the hotels stylish lobby with its baby grand piano (often in use), newspaper or book in hand. Whilst there is often entertainment in the hotel at week-ends and Sunday lunchtimes, a check out the line up in the local Seamus Ennis Cultural Centre which plays host to some of today's foremost musicians, songwriters and offers an intimate performance space - regarded by many as one of the Irish music scene's best keep secrets!
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