We stayed at the lodge for the first night of our visit to Ireland, arriving directly from the airport. Our room was not big, but included whatever we needed, including en suite facilities, and was clean and quite.
Newgrange Lodge is located one minute from the world famous UNESCO sites of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth. Older than the pyramids, Newgrange is as big a mystery as Stonehenge.
Newgrange Lodge is set in stunning landscape with wonderful views all around this heritage site.
Only 30 minutes from Dublin airport our well appointed, quality accommodation provides an excellent base from which to explore the Boyne valley and beyond.
All of our rooms will soon be equipped with wireless internet access, in-room telephones and satellite television to complement the comfortable furnishings in the bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms. We provide double, twin, family rooms and larger dormitory accommodation for groups. We also have a fully equipped kitchen/dining area to cater for your complimentary breakfast as well as dinner if required. We will even provide you with a packed lunch for your days out exploring this fascinating part of Ireland ( we would require advance notice for this service).
Relax and reflect on 5000 years of local history or indeed the day's exertions in our sitting room with views of nearby Newgrange. Swap tales of your exploits with like minded travellers. With free internet access and inexpensive transfers to Drogheda, which connect to the main bus and rail routes in the country, access into and out of Newgrange is simple and close to Dublin. There is also direct shuttle transfers to and from the lodge. Perfect if you wish to witness the hustle and bustle of one of Europe's finest cities during the day and unwind in quiet, stunning countryside in the evening or possibly for the rest of the week.
Parking for camper vans available on site for a small fee - charge your battery and fill up with water while exploring the area.
Free Bike Hire and luggage storage to guests at Newgrange Lodge.
Direct shuttle service from Dublin City to Newgrange Lodge.
Please contact us directly (phone number available after booking) to arrange this
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We stayed at the lodge for the first night of our visit to Ireland, arriving directly from the airport. Our room was not big, but included whatever we needed, including en suite facilities, and was clean and quite. The location is excellent, for the Boyne valley area in general, and especially for visiting the superb sites of Knowth and NewGrange: the tours to these places begin from a visitors' center that is 5 minutes by foot from the Lodge. Also, through the front desk of the Lodge, you can sign up early in the morning for the early morning tours from the visitors' center, thus assuring you of not waiting in line there.
The employees of the lodge are to be specially commended for their warm, friendly and very helpful attitude. We also enjoyed the breakfast there. There are also well appointed public areas such as a den with fireplace, a large enclosed porch area, a television room etc.
The main facility that needs upgrading is the kitchen reserved for those travelers who want to prepare their own food (as we did for supper). It is too small to accommodate more than two persons at a time, some of the 'burners' on the electric range are out of order, etc.
Aside from the public kitchen, everything was excellent, and we would certainly recommend this to anyone planning to visit the area.
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from Dublin airport an easy 30 minute drive and great to have a cafe on site. Beautiful view of hills as we ate on the decking outside. Rooms had ordinary shower - slow and lack of hot water. Noisy guests as it is also a hostel. The best breakfast-smorgasboard and fresh fruit. Highly recommend it.
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* The Customer Satisfaction score is based on a combination of ratings from Travellerspoint and external websites. The score of 93% for this property is based on ratings provided by 46 guests.