Co. Meath: 1 or 2 Nights for Two with Breakfast, Dinner and Resort Credit at the Knightsbrook Hotel, Spa and Golf Resort On sale!

Co. Meath: 1 or 2 Nights for Two with Breakfast, Dinner and Resort Credit at the Knightsbrook Hotel, Spa and Golf Resort

£268.00 £139.00

Show availability The Hotel Surrounded by the tranquil scenery of Trim, the four-star Knightsbrook Hotel welcomes guests with a spacious, elegant lobby with opulent chandeliers…

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The Hotel

Surrounded by the tranquil scenery of Trim, the four-star Knightsbrook Hotel welcomes guests with a spacious, elegant lobby with opulent chandeliers and over 180 acres of manicured parkland. The on-site championship golf course makes for a great spot to enjoy the outdoors and take a practice swing, while other facilities include a fully equipped gym and a swimming pool.

The hotel offers accommodation in the individually designed bedrooms which feature elegant furnishings, flat-screen TVs, and en suite bathrooms. Guests can also take advantage of the room service.

A selection of Irish and international treats can be savoured at the Rococo Restaurant, while the Terrace Lounge offers drinks, light bites, and scenic views of the area. The well-stocked Swifts Bar keeps thirsts under control.

Guests can indulge in relaxation at the on-site spa which offers an array of beauty treatments, massages, and holistic therapies and boasts tropical showers, salt grotto, essence steam rooms, and a herbal sauna.

Groupon’s Guide to County Meath

Named after the historic Kingdom of Meath, the county is the second largest of Leinster’s 12 counties in size and houses a total of eighteen historical baronies.

County Meath is also colloquially known as “The Royal County” due to its history as the seat of the High King of Ireland. The archaeological complex of Brú na Bóinne refers to the area within the bend of the River Boyne which contains one of the world’s most important prehistoric landscapes, includes the burial sites of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth, and was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.