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Sage and Stone

Sage and Stone operates as a restaurant, cafe, gift shop and farm shop on the site of the owner's family farm in Duleek.  

 With fantastic freshly cooked take home dinners, soups and salads as well as tasty home-baked cakes and desserts this is a great place to shop if you're on holiday in the area and planning a picnic or if self-catering. It's also a great place to stop for a delicious take-away coffee and treat. 

Don't forget to take a look at the fantastic gift shop which is a treasure trove of artwork, jewellery. homeware, crafts and more. 

 

(041) 981 4362
info@sageandstone.com

 

The Farm, Newlanes, Duleek, Co. Meath

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Balrath Wood - Forest Walk

Forest Walk - Balrath Wood

Balrath can be enjoyed throughout the year. However, the ideal time to visit Balrath is in late summer/early autumn when there are plenty of leaves and some fruits/nuts on the trees, some wildflowers still in bloom and also some insect life to be seen. Spring and summer are also good times, especially to see woodland wildflowers in their natural habitat.

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Sage & Stone

Sage&Stone is an award winning family owned restaurant serving great tasting hearty food using the best of local ingredients. 

We have local friendly staff who make a great effort to make you feel comfortable during your visit whether you are dining by yourself or with friends, colleagues or family.   We believe we have something for all tastes and we have a great value nutritious children's menu at €4.95 and not a chicken nugget in sight!

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Sage & Stone, The Farm, Newlanes, Duleek, Co. Meath

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Duleek Abbey

Duleek Abbey began life as a monastic settlement when, in 450 AD, Patrick, the Patron Saint of Ireland, established a bishopric there.

Duleek derives from the Irish Damhliag, meaning ‘stone house or church' and refers to the 5th Century construction, possibly the first stone building in Ireland and the ruins are still visible today.

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Duleek Heritage Group,Newlanes House,Duleek

From M1 Motorway

Take exit 8 and follow the R152 to Duleek.

From Navan

Take the R153 to Kentstown and take a left in Kentstown along the R150 for Duleek crossing the N2.

From Drogheda

Take the R152 out of Drogheda for Duleek

Access year round

Free

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