Navan

The Bathhouse Spa at Bellinter House

No trip to Bellinter House is complete without a visit to The Bathhouse Spa. Situated in the heart of the Ruins, The Bathhouse Spa is so called because of the signature seaweed baths that are our specialty.

The Bathhouse Spa welcomes all guests both residents and non-residents to take time out and to escape to the solitude of the property. We offer a wide range of holistic, rejuvenating and relaxing therapies and massage treatments.

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Bellinter House, Navan, Co.Meath, C15 F2XA

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Eden Restaurant at Bellinter House

The Eden Restaurant at Bellinter House is recognised for its exceptionally high standards in culinary excellence by the AA Rosette Scheme.

Consistently awarded the 2AA Rosette, the following reasons are the attributes associated to winning this award;

‘high standards, consistency, greater precision in the cooking of their food, along with the special attention provided to the selection of quality ingredients’.

All of these aspects are the recipe to a perfect meal at Bellinter House.

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Bellinter House, Navan, Co.Meath, C15 F2XA

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Navan Sculpture Trail

Navan - Sculpture Trail – featuring 15 public art features by artists of international reputation.

The trail can be taken in two stages – as a small walk encompassing the town centre, or for the more adventurous, heading out of town to view works located on the approaches to Navan. This can done in conjunction with the Navan Points of Pride walk, a map for which can be downloaded here

Works include:

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Boyne Valley to Lakelands Greenway

A 30km walkers' and cyclists' paradise along the route of the old railway line from Navan in Co. Meath to Kingscourt in Co. Cavan.

Approximately 30km in length it begins in Navan and passes through the villages of Wilkinstown, Castletown, Nobber and Kilmainhamwood before ending in Kingscourt.

The project is currently in development and includes a recently-completed looped section at Nobber and another at Castletown Kilpatrick.

More details to follow.

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Hugo's Restaurant at the Ardboyne Hotel

Hugo’s Restaurant is designed with guests in mind, offering a great choice of menu in luxurious & stylish surroundings.  Settle into the comfortable high back chairs while you peruse the menu options and enjoy our excellent cuisine.  The combination of soft gold decor and rich dark furnishings contribute to the relaxed atmosphere and ambience that makes Hugo’s so special.

Open on selected evenings, and also available for group bookings Monday to Thursday evenings. 

+353 46 9023119
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Ardboyne Hotel, Dublin Road, Navan, Co. Meath, KT13 8XA,

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Bellinter House

A magnificent 18th century Georgian house, located in the heart of the Boyne Valley, less than 5 minutes of the M3 and under 30 minutes from Dublin City centre and Dublin airport. A property designed originally by Richard Castles for John Preston, this house was once used as a country retreat for the Preston Family, to abscond from the city for the summer months. Following over 270 years of beautiful history the purpose of Bellinter House remains the same, a retreat from one’s daily life.

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reservations@bellinterhouse.com

Bellinter House,
Navan,
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An Tobar Retreat & Spirituality Centre

An Tobar Retreat & Spirituality Centre is nestled in the townland of Ardbraccan approximately 3km from Navan town and is available for groups/individuals who can expect to find welcome, hospitality, healing & hope, woodlands & walkways. The centre offers Retreats/Workshops year-round.

+353 (46) 907 8973
antobarnavan@gmail.com

Ardbraccan,
Navan,
Co. Meath

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Boyne Ramparts Walk

Welcome to the Boyne Ramparts Heritage Walk. The Boyne Valley rich culture, heritage, myths and legends are to be experienced along the Boyne Navigation running from the Gateway to the Boyne Valley at Navan as far as Drogheda. The Boyne Navigation flows peacefully alongside 5,000 years of Meath Heritage, passing by the passage graves of Newgrange, Knowth & Dowth, the Battle of the Boyne site at Oldbridge and the Estate Village of Slane.

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Dalgan Park

Start Point of Walk: Dalgan house

Description of route: Through forest/riverside

Length and duration of walk: 7km/1.5 to 2hrs walks

Description of the routes terrain: Woodland, nature

Difficulty Level: No difficulty, gravel trail

Features: Riverside, tree garden,

Approx percentage of route on/off public roads: 100% off public roads

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Forest Walk - Balrath Wood

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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