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Myself and my fiancé stayed here and when we pulled up we thought wow it looks so good, but upon entering we seriously considered leaving and going to a hotel near by. The staff weren't very friendly and it looked more like a hostel than...More
I've stayed in tree houses in Laos that were more comfortable than this place. Now the staff were fantastic but other than that this place is seriously under par. The room had a very bad smell, the bed was very uncomfortable, the walls are paper...More
Negatives - tissue dispenser instead of toilet paper, no heat control on shower, toilet full of urine on arrival, housekeeping only every other day, extractor fan broken, smell of waste pipes in corridor, kitchen utensils need to be cleaned before being used, food stolen in...More
Stayed here for a few days in December, close to the winter solstice. En-suite with a bath, I found the lodge to be quiet and homely. The is net-access at reception, handy for checking bus-times to and from the lodge etc. Newgrange is close-by. The...More
When We asked a friend what we shouldn't miss in Ireland, Newgrange was at the top of her list. With the winter solstice coming, it was the perfect time to visit.
It's a 5000 year old archeological masterpiece; older than the pyramids! Thrilling experience for...More
Hi William car hire is your best option as it's pretty much isolated as far a bus routes are concerned.if you aren't driving you could get a bus from dublin to drogheda and then get a taxi to Newgrange lodge it's about 10/15... More
Hi William car hire is your best option as it's pretty much isolated as far a bus routes are concerned.if you aren't driving you could get a bus from dublin to drogheda and then get a taxi to Newgrange lodge it's about 10/15 euro .Hope this helps