Carnaross Innview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 46 924 5906
Proprietor: Philippe Clarke
Located just outside of Kells, Co. Meath (the heritage capital of Ireland), The Carnaross Inn is the idea place to stop to unwind and relax. We are a family friendly pub providing "value for money" home cooked meals all day. With our wide range of facilities, The Carnaross Inn is a great place to hold events: birthdays, anniversaries, leaving dos, or just call in and enjoy the local chat.
Carranstown Lodgeview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 41 9823236
Proprietor: Simon Condron
The Carranstown Lodge or Tollstone as it is still widely known is situated just outside the village of Duleek in Co.Meath & was bought by The Condron Family back in May 1987. It is a family run establishment.
It offers a superb selection of traditional & european dishes and also has an extensive lunch menu.
Colwells Barview full listing
Kells - ceannanus
Tel: +353 (0) 46 9054284
Proprietor: Mrs Hilda Colwell
Oldest Pub in County Meath. We are five miles outside Kells on the R163, which leads to New Grange and New Grange farm.
It is an attrictive medium size pub with a large closed in beer garden which attracts young and old alike.
Foxs Castle Loungeview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 46 902 5146
Proprietor: Mr. Declan Fox
Fox's located on the hill of Skryne. Family run country pub now in its second generation of the Fox family. A warm friendly welcome awaits you and a great pint.
Headfort Arms Hotel Ltdview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 46 9240063
Fax: +353 (0) 46 9240587
Proprietor: Vincent & Olivia Duff
The Kelltic Bar, another brand in the Headforts portfolio of entertainment options! Aesthetically a traditional Irish pub in every way, but with cutting edge DJ performances, and live gigs always with a great atmosphere
JOHN SMYTHSview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 46 902 1899
Fax: +353 (0) 46 906 0836
Proprietor: John Smyth
"If you want a glass of Malt
that no epicure can fault
just take a walk and halt
at Smyth's select bars."
This rhyme was penned by Patrick Smyth, John's grandfather, and has been used ever since as a symbol of the quality and reliability of Smyths.
Lynch's-The Motor Barview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 46 9437620
Proprietor: Robert Lynch
Lynch's is a lovely, quaint little pub with a perfect mix of good beer, widely varied spirits and wines in a friendly local atmosphere... it is an excellent place to pass the time watching horse racing or the latest big games of football and hurling... If your not into sports you could enjoy a quiet read of the paper or an interesting chat with some of our locals!!!
Either way, in Lynchs we set out to make your time with us as pleasent as possible!!!
we hope to see you soon
Rathcore Golf & Country Clubview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 46 9541855
Fax: +353 (0) 46 9542916
Proprietor: Mick Lyons & Austin Lyons
Relax in the comfortable surroundings of our rooftop restaurant and enjoy our fine cusine. With magnificent views over the Rathcore Golf Course and freshly cooked food our restaurant is not to be missed.
Ryan's of Ratoath - Ryan Family Partnershipview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 1 8256201
Situated in the heart of Ratoath village established in 1963 Ryans Bar, Restaurant and Steakhouse is a family run business with a friendly and homley feeling and atmosphere.
Shaws Bar, Lounge & Steakhouseview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 46 9557025
Fax: +353 (0) 46 9557930
Proprietor: John & Clare Shaw
Located in the lovely village of Summerhill in County Meath, Shaws Irish Pub is a landmark renowned for the best of food and quality drink. It is a family-run pub in business for over 110 years. The moment you step inside the door you will sense the warmth and character of the place.
Slevin's Pubview full listing
Tel: +353 (0)1 825 1068
Proprietor: John & Elaine Slevin
Slevin's Pub has live music from 9.30pm until late every Saturday. Over the summer months we run a very successful live Jazz and BBQ every Sunday from 5.00pm - 9.00pm in our beer garden (weather permitting).
Station House Hotelview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 46 9025239
Fax: +353 (0) 46 9025588
Proprietor: Chris and Thelma Slattery
The Platform Bar is located in the award winning Station House Hotel, Kilmessan, Co. Meath. What once was the ticket office for this busy railway line now serves as one of Ireland’s finest family owned bars.
Teach na Teamhrach-Limestone Taverns Ltdview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 46 9078248
Fax: +353 (0) 46 9078176
Proprietor: Enda Blaney
Teach na Teamhrach is situated one mile from Navan Town, heading towards Trim, in the heart of historic Co. Meath. The name is Gaelic for Tara House indicating our close proximity to the famous Hill of Tara.
The Beks Dowlingsview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 1 8354349
Proprietor: Kathleen Farrell
The Becks is a family run traditional Irish Pub. It has a friendly atmosphere and has regular live music. Complimentary lifts home are provided for local customers. Light refreshments can be provided for parties.
The Guinness is Great and the Craic is Ninety!!
The Fincourtview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 49 8541153
Proprietor: Garry & Jackie O'Neill
The Fincourt is a small licensed guesthouse run by the O’Neill family. Overlooked by the Loughcrew hills and Historic Gardens, our Guesthouse offers quality accommodation with five spacious and luxurious en-suite bedrooms and one self-contained apartment, fabulous food and a very warm welcome.
The Hamlet Court Hotelview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 46 954 1200
Fax: +353 (0) 46 954 1704
Proprietor: John O'Neill
Nestled in the heart of the quaint hamlet village of Johnstownbridge on the border between County Kildare and County Meath,
Past meets present at this convivial hostelry, which welcomes long-time locals and guest visitors alike.
The James Griffinview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 46 943 1295
Proprietor: Tom Lenihan
Fierce Vikings, fleeing Monks and fighting Lords – it's no wonder that the makers of the movie “Braveheart” chose Trim as the shooting location for their epic thriller. Another thrilling experience is a visit to Trim’s premier pub …. The James Griffin. This pub is one of the oldest and last remaining traditional pubs in Meath, having opened its doors in 1904.