The Garden Rooms Beamond House, Bellewstown, Co. Meath is a Grade II listed Georgian residence built circa 1820. Accommodation is 4* Irish Tourist Board Approved Self Catering with 3 bedrooms including king size, double and twin or single. Two bathrooms one an en suite and the second a large family bathroom and the twin room has a vanity unit. The house is full of character and charm and is set in rolling countryside with uninterrupted parkland views. The Garden Rooms in the house have been beautifully restored in keeping with the history and heritage of the house. Original features include; your own private entrance, exposed stone and brick work, tongue and groove wainscoting, old quarry floor tiles with reclaimed pine floorboards throughout. A jib door leads to a sheltered patio area, BBQ, large garden, lawn tennis court, woodland and fields as far as the eye can see.
The Garden Rooms have been fitted with modern facilities including wood burning stove, central heating, dish washer, washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge freezer, electric hob, oven and microwave, flat screen television, DVD player, wireless broadband internet and much much more.
White bed linen, towels, bathrobes, toiletries are included with a
welcome starter pack too.
Heritage Trail; Tracing Meath’s Royal Past: The spirit of the past is wonderfully alive in Co. Meath today. It is full of mystery and excitement, heartbreak and humour. Starting at Tara and finishing at the Battle of the Boyne Site, this trail has been devised to allow easy access to some of the best heritage sites in the county. The Trail Includes the Hill of Tara, Bective Abbey, Trim Castle, Slane Castle, Bru na Boinne (Newgrange), the Battle of Boyne, Kells, Athboy and Oldcastle.
Surrounding Areas: Come and explore the mysterious and ancient beauty of the Boyne Valley, stretch your limbs and ease your mind on the miles of sandy beaches, sip a Guinness in the local pubs then retire to your own dream hideaway. Royal Meath is steeped in heritage including Bru na Boinne UNESCO World Heritage Site predating the Pyramids, Home of Horse Racing, ‘The Mulligan’ and where Halloween began.
The Boyne Valley.
Meath Tourism – About County Meath,
UNESCO World Heritage Site Bru na Boinne,
Battle of the Boyne Heritage Site,
Knowth & Dowth Megalithic sites,
Tailored Balloon Flights,
Laytown Annual Beach Races,
Trim Castle and Town,
Drogheda HeritageTown ,
Bellewstown, Fairyhouse, Navan Racecourses,
Gardens of Meath,
Splash World Drogheda,
Clogherhead Fishing Village,
Tayto Theme Park
Dublin City and County our near neighbour.: Dublin City and County our near neighbour to the south includes
Malahide Castle and Gardens,
Skerries Mills & Fishing Port,
Ardgillan House and Parklands,
Newbridge House and Farm,
Trinity College & Book of Kells.
Phoenix Park & Dublin Zoo.
Dublin City with all it’s diversity from the Book of Kells to the Guinness Hops Store & Brewery
Great Lunch & Dinner Venues, Ely Wine Bars and Restaurants.
Temple Bar Area,
Top Designer Brand Shops and so much more
The house is in an idyllic setting offering easy access to the Historic Boyne Valley Region, long sandy beaches or the hustle & bustle of Dublin City Centre. Whether you are looking for a relaxing or action packed holiday we have everything on our doorstep for all to enjoy. Heritage Trail; Tracing Meath’s Royal Past. Starting at Tara and finishing at the Battle of the Boyne Site, this trail has been devised to allow easy access to some of the best heritage sites in the county. The Trail Includes World Heritage Site Newgrange, Hill of Tara, Bective Abbey, Trim Castle, Slane Castle, Bru na Boinne, Battle of Boyne, Kells, Athboy and Oldcastle. Bellewstown Race Course, Golf Club, Pitch & Putt, Local Coffee Shop and Farmers Market are all within a two minute drive.
Other Activities: Sightseeing. Numerous Historic Castles and Country Houses. Beautiful Gardens.Local Beaches. Horse Racing/Treking. Walking. Fishing. Golf. Theme Parks. Dublin City and all it has to offer.
Golf: The ideal base for your Irish Golf Holidays superbly located on Ireland's East Coast. This area is an undiscovered paradise for golfers with over 50 golf courses including Links and Parkland Championship courses all within an hour's drive.
A great range of hidden gems both Links and Parkland waiting to be discovered. East of Ireland's great Golf Courses including Championship Courses such as.
Killeen Castle, County Meath - Solheim Cup 2011
Baltray, County Louth - Irish open 2004 & 2009
Royal County Down - Walker Cup 2007
The K Club, County Kildare - Ryder Cup 2006
The Island, County Dublin
Royal Tara, County Meath
Headfort, County Meath
We look forward to welcoming you to our spacious, luxurious self catering accommodation with every comfort you desire.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekend||Weekly||Monthly||Event||Minimum Stay|
Nov 1 2013 - Jan 7 2014
|extra night: €145|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (Euro) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.