Situated in a rural location, this hotel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Dovedale National Nature Reserve and within 9 miles (15 km) of Saint Oswald's Church and Ashbourne ...
£74 per night for 2 guestsThe Izaak Walton Hotel£74
Situated in Ashbourne, this inn is 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from Dovedale National Nature Reserve and within 6 miles (10 km) of Saint Oswald's Church and Ashbourne Golf ...
£75 per night for 2 guestsThe Dog and Partridge Country Inn£75
Situated in Ashbourne, this bed & breakfast is within 6 miles (10 km) of Saint Oswald's Church, Ashbourne Golf Club and Dovedale National Nature Reserve. Sudbury ...
£56 per night for 2 guestsLong Chimneys Bed & Breakfast£56
Situated in Ashbourne, this cottage is 2.3 mi (3.6 km) from Ashbourne Golf Club and within 6 miles (10 km) of Saint Oswald's Church and Dovedale National Nature ...
£236 per night for 2 guestsChurch Farm Cottage£236
Having become an attractive prospect for Dublin commuters, Ashbourne has grown in size rapidly, with a swelling population bringing ever more amenities. There is therefore no shortage of accommodation in Ashbourne and the immediate vicinity, whether you are looking for premium chain hotels, the grandeur of traditional and listed properties, or cosy guesthouses, many of which are close to the centre of town in walking distance of Ashbourne’s plentiful shops, bars and restaurants.
Common facilities will include free Wi-Fi, parking and laundry facilities, and, if you have not arranged car hire yet, then many hotels will offer a free or low-cost hotel to airport service, 24/7, for additional convenience. So for anyone wishing to explore the stunning South Meath countryside, have exceptional access to Dublin without the cost or hassle of staying within the city itself, or simply sample Ashbourne’s superb range of attractions, you’re sure to find accommodation to fit your requirements.
There are abundant hotels in the centre of town and on the roads leading in. If you need to be central, or would like to roam Ashbourne’s many excellent restaurants and retailers at your liberty, then you will find no end of great options. And bed and breakfast accommodation is also plentiful, with friendly owners who should be able to provide useful local knowledge on the area’s attractions as well as the best places to eat.
Ashbourne sits in a picturesque country setting, and there are numerous good-value hotels and guesthouses dotted around the outskirts of the town that will afford fast access to the delights of County Meath, including the rolling hills and the gorgeous coastline only a short drive away. Opening your curtains to scenes of this idyllic, peaceful landscape can be a sublime experience, even when the weather is not at its best, so it’s highly recommended that you requesting a room with a view when booking.
If you need to visit Ashbourne for business reasons, then you will be pleased to find many local hotels offer everything you could need. You can choose to stay very close to the airport, if your stay is only short, or within moments of the N2 motorway, which will take you directly into Dublin. There are several larger or chain hotels with technology suites and meeting room facilities available for hire.
For a romantic and secluded getaway, it makes sense to head for a countryside holiday let, and it’s not difficult to find the ideal accommodation in Ashbourne and the surrounding area. Cosy traditional cottages, or stylish apartments with modern facilities, the choice is yours. It’s also worth noting that several Ashbourne hotels have spa and beauty salon facilities on-site as well – perfect for a spot of relaxation and pampering while you’re away.