The Village Hotel

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The Village Hotel

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“Had I the Heavens’ embroidered cloths, enwrought with golden and silver light...” W. B. Yeats.

The glorious Village Hotel, is located near the golden sands of popular seaside resort, Bettystown, where the 700 AD world famous “ Tara Brooch '' was discovered. Equally enchanting, another jewel shines brightly in the award-winning, boutique Village Hotel, offering guests a touch of pure luxury. Perfectly situated on the outskirts of the extraordinary Medieval town of Drogheda, in County Louth; the Gateway to the Boyne Valley, Birthplace of Ireland's Ancient East, a place steeped in history. So after a day exploring the natural beauty of your surroundings, the Village Hotel makes a perfect retreat for the two of you. Comfort and total relaxation is guaranteed in this gorgeous immaculate hotel. The rooms are exquisitely furnished, with crisp, white linen and dove grey cushions and throws, illuminated by romantic golden lamps, and all creature comforts provided. Dinner is served in the Bull & Tide Gastrobar, where you can enjoy freshly sourced, seasonal food in sublime surroundings.

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Eastham Road ,
Bettystown, Co. Meath , A92 XY19





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The Village Hotel, Eastham Road, Betaghstown, Bettystown, County Meath, Ireland

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