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Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa
Maynooth Road
Dunboyne

Meath
Meath

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With a sophisticated combination of traditional old-world opulence and contemporary design, Dunboyne Castle County Meath Hotel sets a new precedent and fresh interpretation of a Luxury Castle Hotel.Standing over 21 acres of mature manicured lawns and gardens, the Castle's most unique attribute is the peaceful oasis it offers guests while also located in such close proximity to Dublin's City Centre, surrounding golf courses and Dublin Airport.Beautifully restored, the historic mansion, once home to the Lord of Dunboyne, today serves as one of Ireland's foremost exclusive hotel destinations. Every detail within the Castle has been carefully considered, from its dazzling soaring interior to sumptuous soft furnishings and original modern artwork, the Castle also houses one of Ireland's most exclusive Spas with facilities over three floors including a Hot Tub, 18 treatment rooms and a thermal pool. With a broad spectrum of superior conference facilities in Meath, a magnificent backdrop for your special Meath wedding and 145 spacious rooms offering luxurious 4 star accommodation in Meath, Dunboyne Castle is one of the finest Meath hotels and a perfect location for golf breaks; treatment weekends; romantic getaways or a state-of-the-art conference.

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