Today's Drogheda is a busy, bustling town located astride the River Boyne. Many groups of settlers, pre-historic, Celtic, Vikings and Norman had a hand in Drogheda's shaping and each left a distinctive mark in the locality. The street plan has not significantly altered since the 13th century. Following its streets therefore visitors will be treading age-old ways, in the wake of the Irish chieftains, English Kings, Anglo-Irish earls and eminent church officials, who have walked these same streets, on their busy comings and goings down through the long centuries of repression under the English, and afterwards.
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Drogheda, Co. Louth is served by Drogheda.
Beaulieu, Drogheda , Co. Louth, Ireland
Located 2 miles east of Drogheda on the road to Baltray, this is a statley home of considerable importance. Originally a Jacobean manor house constructed in 1628, the elegant garden is open to the public at set times during the year.
St. Peter' Church, Drogheda , Co. Louth, Ireland
The national Shrine of Saint Oliver Plunkett is in this imposing church. It contains the preserved head of the Saint who was martyred at Tyburn in England for his faith in 1681.
Dublin Road, Drogheda, Co. Louth
In 12 acres of lush, green gardens The Boyne Valley is an elegant 19th-century mansion boasting a 20-metre swimming pool, tennis courts, and a gym. On the M1 road to Dublin, it is less than 30 minutes’ drive from Dublin Airport.
Scotch Hall, Drogheda, Co. Louth
The D Hotel sits on the banks of the River Boyne in Drogheda town centre. It offers luxurious rooms with plasma-screen TVs, a waterfront restaurant, a mini-gym and free parking.
King Street, Drogheda, Co. Louth
Originally built in 1867, this charming town house has been tastefully renovated in a modern style, whilst retaining its historic charm, with stained glass windows and high coved ceilings.
West Street, Drogheda, Co. Louth
Situated on Drogheda's main street, in the heart of the town centre, Westcourt Hotel offers a lively bar and comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi, just 25 minutes’ drive from Dublin Airport. There is excellent access to the M1 motorway.
85 Ashfield Green, Drogheda, Co. Louth
Boasting scenic walking and cycling trails, Aaron Vale B&B also has free on-site parking and free Wi-Fi. It is situated just 3 minutes’ drive from the centre of Drogheda, a town rich in history and archaeological monuments.
72 George's St, Drogheda, Co. Louth
In the bustling town of Drogheda, this family-run B&B offers rooms with en suite facilities and free Wi-Fi. Drogheda Townhouse is an ideal base to explore the Boyne Valley or to enjoy shopping in one of Drogheda’s many shopping centres.
Bryanstown, Dublin Road, Drogheda, Co. Louth
The 4-star Failte Ireland Approved and 'Highly Recommended' Orley House is situated in Drogheda, just 20 minutes from Dublin Airport. An airport pick up and drop off service can be arranged.
Georges Street, Drogheda, Co. Louth
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Roseville Lodge B&B offers accommodation in Drogheda. Free private parking is available on site. A TV with cable channels is offered. You will find luggage storage space at the property.
North Road, Drogheda, Co. Louth
The 4-star Windsor Lodge B&B is located in Drogheda, 30 minutes’ from Dublin International Airport. It offers en suite rooms with free Wi-Fi, traditional Irish breakfasts and free parking.
13 St Marys Terrace Dublin Road, Drogheda, Co. Louth
Spoon and the Stars Hostel is located in the walled town of Drogheda, and offers the perfect base from which to explore the historic Boyne valley. The beautiful Georgian building features contemporary décor and free WiFi is available throughout.