Rock Farm Slane is a glamping, ecotourism and activity centre and organic farm on the Slane Castle estate stretching for 1.5km along the banks of the River Boyne. The long track to the farm takes in the views of Slane Village and the Hill of Slane beyond as you wind through fields of barley, agroforestry, cows, chickens and horses to the Limehouse Ecolodge beyond which has been built out of straw from the barley around us.
+353 (0) 41 988 4861
The Rock Farm Slane,
This detached three storey house is one of the ‘Four Sisters’ on The Square (actually an octagon) in the heart of historic Slane Village. Built around 1768, this protected structure is being fully renovated and is open for public access by appointment. (Limited access during restoration – see website for details)
Chapel Street, Slane, Co. Meath
Located in Slane's Arty Quarter, Pat, a local artist, paints and exhibits his work in a friendly, inviting studio. Pieces include a broad selection of oil paintings and drawings.
Seascapes and cityscapes are included, as are figures and a variety of themed works.
Feel free to browse and chat with no obligation. You are also invited to view his extensive Adventures Travelogue
1 Newgrange Mall,
Co Meath C15 CVA5
Overlooking the River Boyne, just a few kilometres upstream from Newgrange and the site of the famous Battle of the Boyne, Slane Castle in its existing form was constructed under the direction of William Burton Conyngham, together with his nephew the 1st Marquess Conyngham. The reconstruction dates back to 1785 and is principally the work of James Gandon, James Wyatt and Francis Johnston. Francis Johnston was also the architect responsible for the gothic gates on the Mill Hill, located to the east of the castle.
The ultimate Irish whiskey experience. There could be no finer setting in which to discover the nature of whiskey than Ireland’s mythical Boyne Valley. Housed within the 250-year-old stables of the iconic Slane Castle Estate, our guided distillery tours uncover a history like no other.
046 903 0600
One of Ireland’s most well-known towns, Slane has been shaped by centuries of continuity, personal commitment and constant reinvention. Legend says that over 1500 years ago, St Patrick lit a fire that signalled a transformation in Ireland’s identity.
+353 (0) 41 9824000
Slane Hub and Tourism Centre,
2 Main Street,
Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre, in Donore, County Meath, interprets the Neolithic monuments of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth. The extensive exhibition includes a full scale replica of the chamber at the World Heritage Site of Newgrange, as well as a full model of one of the smaller tombs at Knowth.
Tourist information is available from the OPW staff at the reception desk and in the centre's gift shop.
+353 41 9880300
Donore Meath Republic of Ireland A92 EH5C
Slane Tourist Information office provides visitors with a wide range of information on local and national places of interested, activities and amenities.
Please pop in for a chat to get inside information and stories on the local area and much more!
Mon to Sat - 9.00am to 4:30pm
+353 (0) 41 982 4000
2 Main Street,
Appropriately named after the previous owner of Tankardstown, Brabazon Restaurant is set in the ‘Garden Village’ of Tankardstown Estate. Our flagship restaurant boasts fine dining and seasonal dishes that are locally sourced and beautifully presented in a cosy atmosphere.
(041) 982 4621
Tankardstown, Co. Meath