The Millhouse Guidebook

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The Millhouse Guidebook

Food scene
Situated in the heart of Slane Village, The Conyngham arms has something for everyone. Breakfast 9.30 – 11am, Pastries and Coffee/Tea from 11 – 12 , Lunch Menu from 12 – 3.30pm. A la carte evening menu is from 4.30 – 8.30pm. Using local produce to create delicious meals in comfortable surroundings. ph: +353 41 9884444
Conyngham Arms Hotel Slane
Situated in the heart of Slane Village, The Conyngham arms has something for everyone. Breakfast 9.30 – 11am, Pastries and Coffee/Tea from 11 – 12 , Lunch Menu from 12 – 3.30pm. A la carte evening menu is from 4.30 – 8.30pm. Using local produce to create delicious meals in comfortable surroundings. ph: +353 41 9884444
Brabazon Restaurant and The Cellar Bar are both set in the Garden Village on the beautiful Tankarstown Estate. The Cellar Bar is open from Wednesday through Sunday from 12-6 offering a light lunch menu and afternoon tea. Brabazon a double AA rosette Restaurant is open for evening dining. ph: +353 46 9824621
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Tankardstown House
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Brabazon Restaurant and The Cellar Bar are both set in the Garden Village on the beautiful Tankarstown Estate. The Cellar Bar is open from Wednesday through Sunday from 12-6 offering a light lunch menu and afternoon tea. Brabazon a double AA rosette Restaurant is open for evening dining. ph: +353 46 9824621
Slane’s well established continental bakery and coffee shop open for Tea/Coffee, sumptuous cakes and light snacks. A local favourite! ph: +353 41 982 4493
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Georges Patisserie
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Slane’s well established continental bakery and coffee shop open for Tea/Coffee, sumptuous cakes and light snacks. A local favourite! ph: +353 41 982 4493
Sightseeing
www.slanecastle.ie - situated in a dramatic setting by the river Boyne, is one of the most exciting buildings architecturally in Ireland; o Slane Castle Tours - historical tours throughout the Castle which will give you an opportunity to learn about the Conyngham Family, the history of the building and all about the concert's that have been held at the venue over the years. o Discover Slane Irish Whiskey - A tour of Slane Distillery takes visitors through their heritage room, barley room, cooperage, and maturation warehouse before a final stop that provides a view of the pot stills and production areas. The tour concludes in the best way possible with a taste of their signature triple casked blend, Slane Irish Whiskey.
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Slane Castle
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www.slanecastle.ie - situated in a dramatic setting by the river Boyne, is one of the most exciting buildings architecturally in Ireland; o Slane Castle Tours - historical tours throughout the Castle which will give you an opportunity to learn about the Conyngham Family, the history of the building and all about the concert's that have been held at the venue over the years. o Discover Slane Irish Whiskey - A tour of Slane Distillery takes visitors through their heritage room, barley room, cooperage, and maturation warehouse before a final stop that provides a view of the pot stills and production areas. The tour concludes in the best way possible with a taste of their signature triple casked blend, Slane Irish Whiskey.
www.discoverboynevalley.ie/boyne-valley-drive/heritage-sites/old-mellifont-abbey - The first Cistercian monastery in Ireland founded in 1142 by St Malachy of Armagh, its most unusual feature is the octagonal Lavabo c. 1200. The Visitor Centre houses an interesting exhibition on the work of masons in the Middle Ages with fine examples of their craft on display. Access to site by stone stairway.
Mellifont Abbey
www.discoverboynevalley.ie/boyne-valley-drive/heritage-sites/old-mellifont-abbey - The first Cistercian monastery in Ireland founded in 1142 by St Malachy of Armagh, its most unusual feature is the octagonal Lavabo c. 1200. The Visitor Centre houses an interesting exhibition on the work of masons in the Middle Ages with fine examples of their craft on display. Access to site by stone stairway.
situated on the south bank of the river provides access and information on the world heritage sites; (9 minute drive) o Newgrange – www.newgrange.com - a 5,200 year old passage tomb located in the Boyne Valley in Ireland's Ancient East. o Knowth - www.knowth.com - Knowth has two passages and is surrounded by seventeen satellite cairns. o Dowth – www.knowth.com/dowth.htm - Dowth is the only one of the three large Brú na Bóinne Passage Tombs which is not accessible from the Visitor Centre Visitors to Dowth must drive directly to the site on the north bank, a couple of miles from the Slane / Drogheda road. (12 minute drive)
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Brú na Bóinne
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situated on the south bank of the river provides access and information on the world heritage sites; (9 minute drive) o Newgrange – www.newgrange.com - a 5,200 year old passage tomb located in the Boyne Valley in Ireland's Ancient East. o Knowth - www.knowth.com - Knowth has two passages and is surrounded by seventeen satellite cairns. o Dowth – www.knowth.com/dowth.htm - Dowth is the only one of the three large Brú na Bóinne Passage Tombs which is not accessible from the Visitor Centre Visitors to Dowth must drive directly to the site on the north bank, a couple of miles from the Slane / Drogheda road. (12 minute drive)
www.loughcrew.com - Beautiful historical 17th & 19th Century Irish landscape steeped in compelling history, with numerous scenic gardens and pleasure walks to enjoy.
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Loughcrew House, Gardens, Café, Adventure
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www.loughcrew.com - Beautiful historical 17th & 19th Century Irish landscape steeped in compelling history, with numerous scenic gardens and pleasure walks to enjoy.
City/town information
www.visitslane.ie - Explore one of the most beautiful villages in Ireland and see where Saint Patrick burnt the snakes out of Ireland on the Hill of Slane.
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Slane
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www.visitslane.ie - Explore one of the most beautiful villages in Ireland and see where Saint Patrick burnt the snakes out of Ireland on the Hill of Slane.