Boyne View provides the authentic old Irish farmhouse experience, set in acres of beautiful Irish countryside. Situated beside the banks of the picturesque River Boyne we can offer the fisherman an exciting fishing experience on our doorstep. Come and join us in our family home and step back in time. We have beautiful bedrooms with ensuite facilities and original antique furniture. Accommodation is available on a Bed & Breakfast basis. Boyne View is situated on the banks of the River Boyne 3.5km from the heritage town of Trim which is home to the oldest Norman Castle in Europe. Boyne View is only 44km from Dublin City Centre. Less than one hours drive from Dublin Airport and City Port. Boyne View is an ideal base for touring Dublin and The Boyne Valley.
Enjoy that authentic Irish farmhouse experience at Boyne View.
Places of Interest nearby include:
Hill of Tara
Bru Na Boinne - UNESCO Site
Lough Crew - Passage Tomb Cemetery
Fishing & Golf also available
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Though we stayed at some very fancy hotels too, we had the very best night's sleep of our entire trip through Ireland and Scotland at the Boyne View. The beds were ultra-comfortable and it's lovely and peaceful there. The beautifully renovated building is charming and inviting. The owner made us a wonderful breakfast and was extremely kind and helpful. The reservation process was seamless. I only hope that someday we'll be able to go back to the Boyne View and stay longer. SSSSS
Jeannine Cuevas -
United States (August, 2013)
Beautiful setting, fantastic comfy and luxuary accommodation. Lovey hosts and breakfast was amazing!!! Would highly recommend this b&b!! Could not have asked for more and the setting was truly beautiful! thank you for a wonderful stay!SSSSS
Siobhain Cunningham -
United Kingdom (September, 2012)
A group of us 13 in total were in Meath for a cycling weekend and used the Boyne View guesthouse as our base. Everything about the place was fabulous - from the hospitality of the owners, the large rooms, the location, the views, the decor etc. etc. etc. I've stayed in a good few guesthouses and the Boyne View was up there with the best of them. I will definately be back again and would highly recommend it to anybody looking for quality accommodation, at affordable prices, in this area of the country.SSSSS
Stuart Mackay -
Ireland (November, 2013)
We had a beautiful room, nicely furnished and appointed, the owners were very accommodating and nice, and the breakfast was fabulous. It's a little far out of town and not real easy to find, but well worth it once we got there. It's on a working farm, an old house. We loved it!SSSSS
HERITAGE TOWN OF TRIM
Trim Castle - oldest Norman castle in Europe. Guided tours available and visitor centre with audio visual presentation called the Power and Glory.
Butterstream Gardens - Visited by Prince Charles
St. Mary's Abbey
Bective Abbey - This abbey is located approx 8km from Trim
BRU NA BOINNE
In 1993 Bru Na Boinne was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This area is one of the world's most important archaeological landscapes covering the prehistoric tombs of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth.
This is a popular site and visitors must book their Tour Arrangements at the Bru Na Boinne Visitor Centre.
Slane Castle and the Hill of Slane
HILL OF TARA
This was the seat of the High Kings of Ireland. Saint Patrick lit the pascal fire of Christianity. There is also a visitor centre where there is an audio visual presentation.
Copy of the Book of Kells can be seen at Kells Heritage Centre.
Tower of Lyod
Boyne View is an ideal base for touring Dublin. We are less than one hours drive from Dublin city centre. We can advise on touring, shopping and sporting occasions.
We are located on the banks of the River Boyne with 2000 metres of fishing. This part of the Boyne was voted the best trout fishing in the British Isles 2004.
The upper Boyne lakes are a 30 minute drive away. They are Lough Lene which has a blue flag for water quality by the EEC.
It is mainly trout fishing with boat hire and permits available locally.
Another Boyne lake is Lough Bane which is only 6km from Lough Lene. Wild brown trout can be found on this lake.
White Lough is another of the Boyne lakes and brown and rainbow trout can be found on this lake.
PERMITS ARE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE VARIOUS ANGLING ASSOCIATION AND CAN BE ARRANGED PRIOR TO YOUR HOLIDAY.
If you get tired of Fishing, why not take a Barge on the royal canal less than 9km away or head to Athlone where you can hire out a boat for the day.
County Meath Golf Club less than 3km from Boyne View. Parkland, 18 holes, Par 72.
South Meath Golf Club, 3km from Boyne View.
Parkland, 9 holes, Par 72.
Glebe Golf Course, 2km from Boyne View.
Parkland, 18 Hole, Par 73.
HORSE RACING AND EQUESTRIAN
Laytown Strand Races - only horse racing on sand in Europe.
There are several equestrian centres in the local area offering indoor and outdoor facilities.
Greyhound racing at nearby Mullingar.
Pitch & Putt
Indoor swimming pool in Trim for those rainy days.
History of Boyne View
Boyne View is an original Farm House that dates back to the early 1700's. Samuel Law a member of the English Parlament build the house. He was one of the great landlords of the area. Boyne View is situated on the Banks of the River Boyne where it gets its name. 200m from the main house there is a ruins of an early settlement.
In 1925 our grandfather William Kane purchased Boyne View and 330acres of farmland. We are now opening this beautiful estate to be enjoyed by everyone.
Directions: Leave Trim on the R161. After approximately 3.2 miles turn right onto the bridge over the River Boyne, sign posted Kildalkey. Immediately after the bridge turn left and at the fork bear left.
From the M4. Leave the M4 at Kinnegad, take the 2nd exit at the round-a-bout, then the 1st exit at the next and the 2nd exit at the next. After 170 yards turn right onto the Trim Road, the R161. Follow the signs for Trim. After crossing the R156 continue for another 2.2 miles then turn left onto the Boyne Bridge. Immediately after the bridge turn left and at the fork bear left.
Boyne View B&B
Please use the email form on the left to send us general enquiries.
Your Host: Deirdre Hoey
Our Postal Address:
Boyne View B&B
Ireland T046 9431325 | +353 46 9431325 m 086 8392946 | +353 86 8392946