You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Trim, East Coast, County Meath. It is a Detached Cottage.
A charming cottage on the banks of the River Boyne 2 miles from the heritage town of Trim, on Irelands famous Ancient East. The living area is on the first floor to make the most of the uninterrupted views of the river. There is also pay as you go Wi-Fi. A tranquil and secluded setting perfectly located for touring Trim Castle, Hill of Tara, Newgrange (Bru na Boinne), Tayto Park or even a day trip to Ireland's capital Dublin City. Guests can enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the countryside from the garden area, where you can relax and unwind with a nice BBQ and a glass of wine in the evening, while listening to the sounds of the birds and enjoying the stunning views of the sunset over the countryside.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant 2 miles. Beach 25 miles.
GF: double, twin, shower room. FF: lounge/kitchen/diner with balcony.
Electricity and oil central heating included, linen and towels included, No Smoking, flame effect fire, travel cot, high chair, stair gate, TV, satellite tv, dvd player, CD, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, babysitting on request, internet access, hairdryer, welcome pack, fully enclosed garden, garden furniture, private off road parking. Pets welcome.
Pay as you go Wi-Fi available for holidaymakers use in the property.
There is a canal walk just 4 miles away from the property.
Trim would be well worth a day's visit to take in all the sights and savour the medieval flavour:
Trim Castle * built over centuries and once the largest castle in Ireland, it has an impressive donjon (main tower) and a extensive walls with a massive gate. Not in best repair, but with room to explore and a good guided tour.
The Yellow Steeple * located opposite the castle and still the tallest building in Trim, this is the last remnant of St. Mary's Abbey. The name derives from the colouring at sunset.
St. Patrick's Cathedral, Church of Ireland * to be found in Loman Street and maybe the oldest Anglican Church in Ireland (disputed). The original church's ruins are located behind today's church.
Trim's Town Walls * mostly gone, but the "Sheep's Gate" still stands near the Yellow Steeple and castle. Part of the wall can be found in Loman Street, near the cathedral.
Boyne River Walk * connects Trim with Newtown there and back again takes around three quarters of an hour.
Newtown Abbey * a magnificent ruin now used as a graveyard, once was the largest church in Ireland (you'll have to trace the foundations to imagine just how big it was).
St. John the Baptist Hospice * the still impressive ruins are found just across the Boyne from Newtown Abbey (take care when crossing the narrow medieval bridge). A fortified 'hospital' once offering refuge for pilgrims.
Trim Circuit Courthouse * a 'youngster', built in the 19th century and recently dramatically extended, the courthouse overlooks the castle.
Fishing on site. Leisure centre and indoor pool, Horse riding 1 miles. Walking, Traditional Music, Tennis, Pitch and putt, Golf, Childrens Playground 2 miles. Walking - Hill 7 miles. Theatre, Cinema 10 miles.
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