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It’s that time year again when the new map for the BOYNE VALLEY FLAVOURS is launched. There is a superb array of foodie events and destinations for 2022 and I’ve just picked up some of these beautiful maps, to help guests plan a gastro day out around the Boyne Valley. Check out their website for more information on the Food Producers in County Meath, Food Experiences and a full list of the best places to Eat & Drink! You can download the map HERE Here are some of my…

Your Wedding at Connell’s House & Barn

It was such a pleasure to host this beautiful bride and her family at Connell’s House & Barn, for some pre-wedding day celebrations. Relax and unwind for a couple days…

Gift Certificates Now Available

Surprise someone you love this Christmas with a Gift Certificate from Connell's House & Barn. They can be redeemed at anytime towards the cost of your stay at Connell's House & Barn.

‘The Last Duel’ Film Set at Bective County Meath

We enjoyed a delightful walk with the kids last August, exploring the grounds of Bective Abbey, one of the many heritage sites along the Boyne Valley Drive. The ruins have been beautifully preserved and are surrounded by lush green pastures, sloping down to the River Boyne.

Boyne Boats

Gently paddling along the Boyne canal in a traditional Irish Currach is a really unique way to see this part of the Boyne Valley. Although my children are keen sailors, they felt it was like stepping back in time, as they glided along the canal taking in the beautiful landscape and listening to Ross Kenny's stories about this ancient valley.

Ireland’s Ancient East

If you have never visited Ireland, take a quick peek at this video from ‘Ireland’s Ancient East’ and discover all the amazing places you can experience on this part of the island.

The Casino Thatched Cottage

The Casino thatched cottage in Malahide is a landmark home, built c.1800 by the Talbot family, who lived in Malahide Castle. I have fond memories of walking past this cottage everyday on the way to school and feeding the two donkeys in the daffodil meadow!

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