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Aaron Vale B & B

85 Ashfield Green Mell, Drogheda, Louth, A92 NC42, Ireland

Aaron Vale Bed & Breakfast. Is Situated 14 minutes walk From City of Drogheda Town Centre, This 3* Fáilte Ireland approved is close to Restaurants (Scholars, West 29, Eastern Seaboard, Borzalino’s, Bru Bar Bistro) Bars Nite clubs  Storm, Earth, Electric Ballroom & Fusion and many bars to choose from

Championship Golf Courses

Championship Golf Courses

Close to three championship golf course’s some of the best on the east coast of Ireland namely Seapoint, Golf Club Co. Louth Golf Club  (top ten links course in the world, Irish Open 2004 & 2009) & Laytown & Bettystown, Golf Club.

Newgrange World Heritage site/Bru na Boinne

Newgrange World Heritage site/Bru na Boinne

Newgrange is the best known Irish passage tomb and dates to c.3,200BC. The large mound is approximately 80m in diameter and is surrounded at its base by a kerb of 97 stones. The most impressive of these stones is the highly decorated Entrance Stone.

Tayto Park & Zoo

Tayto Park & Zoo

The Cú Chulainn Coaster

Ireland’s First rollercoaster and Europe’s largest wooden rollercoaster with an inversion opened on June 5th 2015. Ground was broken on the project on 10th of August 2014 and construction commenced on the 1st September 2014.

Funtasia Water Park

Funtasia Water Park

Situated just 20 minutes north of Dublin in the heart of the picturesque seaside resort of Bettystown, we have something for all the family. Among the many attractions and facilities Funtasia Bettystown has to offer the fairground rides prove to be the most popular, with white knuckle rides for the thrill seekers and gentler attractions for the less adventurous. Explore the Jungle Zone, the multi level play area which will keep the young explorers busy for hours. We also have a luxurious casino,

Millmount Martello Tower

Millmount Martello Tower

Dominating the Drogheda Landscape, This mound at Millmount is reputed to be the burial place of Amergin an early Celtic poet. In The 12th Century the mound was fortified as moate & bailey by the Normans and later offered the most resistance to Cromwell during the siege of 1649. The Governor of  Drogheda Sir Arthur Aston was killed here  during the struggle. The present Martello Tower was built in 1808 and was damaged in 1922 when free state forces shelled the tower during the civil war.

St. Oliver Plunkett

St. Oliver Plunkett

St. Peter's Church is situated on the main street of the busy town of Drogheda. The church was one of the last of the gothic churches to have been built and as such incorporates many of the finer aspects of gothic architecture. Built by parish priest, Mgr. Robert Murphy in the late nineteenth century; it is regarded today as a masterpiece of beauty and design. Its interior was decorated by his successor.

 
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