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If you search my reviews, you'll find I'm pretty generous, easy to please, and quick to praise. This property deserves to be called out, so beware. After booking this several months ago, my family of 5 showed up after traveling for hours, and I presented...More
A good night's sleep at reasonable prices.
Few minutes away from Historical Newgrange and
other Co. Meath castles and monastic sites.
I am a returning guest. Continental breakfast and wifi. There is a kitchen available for self-caterers.
TV room and sun room to enjoy your...More
First, this is NOT a Youth Hostel, even though it is currently listed as one on the Irish Youth Hostel Association's website. It isn't a hostel at all - it is a (rather casually run) large Bed & Breakfast with dormitory accommodation and a self-catering...More
We took 9 Girl Guides on a trip to the lodge this June. The communication beforehand was great - very prompt. The value for money we received was great. We had B&B, an hour of outdoor activities (with Activity Nation, who are in partnership with...More
We chose Newgrange Lodge due to its proximity to the Newgrage passage tomb. While the bed was comfortable, the bathroom could have used a bit more cleaning. The food on offer for the continental breakfast was good, although the breakfast room was a bit cramped....More
Hi William car hire is your best option as it's pretty much isolated as far a bus routes are concerned.if you aren't driving you could get a bus from dublin to drogheda and then get a taxi to Newgrange lodge it's about 10/15... More
Hi William car hire is your best option as it's pretty much isolated as far a bus routes are concerned.if you aren't driving you could get a bus from dublin to drogheda and then get a taxi to Newgrange lodge it's about 10/15 euro .Hope this helps