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Almost directly across from newgrange, convenient and in summer more important with tours filling early. Helpful staff. Comfortable rooms and common areas although latter were not cleaned regularly. Overall fair value and good experience with amazing newgrange.
We stayed for one night in October. We arrived at about 9:30pm having driven straight from Dublin and discovered that there is nowhere nearby to eat. However, the night manager was happy for us to use his phone to dial in a takeaway and he...More
Great location adjacent to Newgrange and the guest courtyard, lounge and kitchen are a bonus and relatively cheap. Our room which was ok for size was at the far back corner doenstairs with the small window facing into a wall. The bathroom while adequate had...More
Stayed here with hubby and three kids as attending family function locally so location was main reason for choosing this accomodation. Poor all around ..on check in we discovered the two rooms we booked were on different floors - not good with kids in tow....More
Camped here for nine nights in October; can't beat the price at €10/night for one tent (two people). Very quiet, only one other (seemingly semi-permanent) camper. The field its self was fairly sloped, but manageable. A lot of rocks in the ground made trying to...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