Thed Hotel is the ideal base from which to visit Newgrange Farm
A visit to Newgrange Farm and Archaeological Park will give a truly marvellous insight into farm life today and in older times.
Open since 1988, it is Ireland’s leading genuine working farm open to the public. The farm, only 30 minutes from Dublin surrounds the famous national monument of Newgrange. It is a family owned and run working farm and educational facility, where adults and children can try bottle feeding, holding, feeding, petting and seeing all the farm animals and poultry and so much more
Newgrange Farm is off the Slane – Drogheda section of the N51 approximately 3 miles from Slane or 5 miles from Drogheda. This road can be accessed from the N1 or Exit 10 of the M1 (Drogheda North Exit) or from the N2 or N51 in Slane Village. Visitors arriving by the M1 Drogheda North Exit 10 should take the Navan/Slane exit off the roundabout and travel for about 3 miles, just after the thatched pub take the turning to the left and follow the signs for the farm. Visitors from Slane turn right just after Smiths Stores 3 miles from Slane.