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Glenboy Country Accommodation

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Excellent 5/5 Score from 15 reviews

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Farmhouse / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 8

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Farmhouse / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 8

Key Info
  • Nearest beach 70 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Glenboy offers luxurious accommodation (maximum AA 5*) in a lovingly restored stone barn in rural setting on the Cavan-Meath border - traditional Irish farmhouse style with the luxury for a holiday to remember. Sleeps 8. Ideal location for exploring the Midlands & North, day trips to Dublin (an hour by car or bus)

Facilities include:

spacious sitting areas with underfloor heating & wood stove & south-facing sun-room; Fully-equipped kitchen; linen/towels/stove fuel/cooking gas/mobile phone use included in price; Multi-channel TV & DVD; WiFi broadband, Stereo & music collection; books, games & toys;

Grade 3 rating (Irish Tourist Board Validated Accessible Scheme) the property features a downstairs bedroom/ wet-room suitable for wheelchair users.

Airport pick-up, catering/organic food, advance bookings of local amenities by arrangement - see TripAdvisor for Guest Reviews see property video on facebook & youtube

Size Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach Bettystown 70 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car advised, Wheelchair users
Nearest Amenities 700 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Dublin 75 km, Nearest railway: Mullingar 35 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Staffed property
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 3 En suites
Furniture Double beds (4), Single beds (8), Cots (1), Dining seats for 12, Lounge seats for 12
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ
Access Wheelchair users, Secure parking
Further details indoors

King size, pocket-spring, beds with 100% cotton bed linen. 4 bathrooms with power-showers, Linen & towels provided in rental.

For guests with mobility issues the downstairs area (communal area, hall-way, bedroom/bathroom are are without steps and front door set-down is possible with an access ramp. The bathroom is modified for wheelchair users (handrails/open area shower/shower seat). Please contact us if you have any further requirements.

catering & housekeeping by arrangement

Further details outdoors

Private entrance drive, enclosed garden, sun-room leading to Patio & BBQ area with unimpeded views of the countryside towards Loughcrew Hills and its 5000 year old megalithic cairns.

A range of nearby amenities lakes, mountain and woodland walks, REAL Irish pubs, traditional music etc all within an hours drive from Dublin or 32 hours to Belfast.

Further details

Weekly rentals are generally from Saturday to Saturday.

Weekend bookings, other periods and Bed & Breakfast by arrangement.

The Province of Leinster region

Oldcastle is located in County Meath (an hour from Dublin just off the M3 Motorway) Within five minutes drive of the accommodation are the Loughcrew megalithic cairns, lakeside & woodland walks at Virginia & Mullaghmeen forest, renowned fishing/boating lakes such as Lough Sheelin.

Glenboy is located adjacent to the lake districts of Cavan. Hundreds of lakes in beautiful rural surroundings including renowned stillwater lakes such as Lene (with Blue Flag status) and Bane and Lough Sheelin famed for its mayfly fishing.

The county of Meath is a treasure trove of archaeological and historical sites, including Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth with their Neolithic tombs and monuments. Also in Meath is the Hill of Tara, the seat of the High Kings of Ireland and he Norman castle at Trim constructed by Hugh de Lacy in 1172 was visited by King John in 1610 and 400 years later by Mel Gibson for the filming of the movie Braveheart. A short drive takes you sites such as Fore Abbey in County Westmeath with its 'seven wonders' or the the town of Kells famed for St. Columba's 6th monastery and the 9th century Book that bears its name now on display in Trinity College Dublin. Its central location means that Donegal, Belfast etc are convenient day trips.


Glenboy Country Accommodation is 10 minutes walk from the market town of Oldcastle. Oldcastle has a range of shops, banks, churches, Post Office, laundry, restaurants, cafes & pubs, taxis and bus service. A range of music can be found in the pubs at weekends. With it's weekly market in the Masonic hall, gaelic football at the weekend and annual events such as the Le Cheile Arts & Music Festival, Gilson Education Summer School and Agricultural Show, Oldcastle has all the features of a typical rural Irish town where real people work and live.

A selection of golf courses nearby include (eg Headfort Golf Club 10 minutes away in Kells is one of the finest parkland complexes in Ireland. Killeen Castle golf course is one of Ireland Jack Nicklaus signature golf course located in county Meath and home to the Irish ladies open and the 2011 Solheim cup. Irelands unique domestic sports organised by the Gaelic Athletic Association are a feature of every town and village. Leisure centre/swimming pool, include Navan Leisure centre, Kells and massage, reika and aromatherapy is offered by a range of practitioners in the area.

Theatre and arts includes the Navan Solstice Centre, Mulllingar Arts Centre, Ramor Theatre Virginia. Heritage and historical information is available from Kells Heritage Centre and Cavan County Museum in Ballyjamesduff, while the area offers a range of gardens and historic buildings open to the public including, Loughcrew Gardens, Tullynally Castle and Belvedere House. A range of venues offer horse-riding including, lessons and racing. Race meetings include the Fairyhouse Irish Grand National horse-racing festival, Navan, Laytown strand races.


Festivals are a feature of the Irish summer, covering arts, music and heritage themes. As well as Le Cheile, Oldcastle Arts and Music festival, festivals in the area include O'Carolan Harp Festival, Moynalty Steam Threshing Festival, Midlands Festival, Loughcrew Garden Opera and a range of traditional music festivals and an array of Halloween events linked to County Meath being the place of origin of the festival.

An information pack with full details & recommendations is provided on arrival or you may request assistance with advance bookings for specific activities. Glenboy has paired with a range of amenity providers from Golf to ballooning who offer reduced admission for its guests.

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25 Mar 2015



Warm welcome. Fist class accommodation with all rooms very tastefully decorated and furnished. We were a family of four with two teenagers who both enjoyed their luxury bedrooms. As per other reviews… More

2 Jul 2014


"The best holiday accommodation we have ever stayed in, without a doubt."

This is the second time the six of us have stayed in the property in the last year. We were looking for accommodation within easy reach of Oldcastle where my 86 year old Dad was born. We also wanted t… More

26 Jun 2014


"Hope to return to this beautiful home, we could not have asked for more!"

The hosts were very helpful in every way. There was nothing I would have changed about our stay in Glen Boy! We had everything we needed and more. The property is out in the country side, so peacefu… More

20 Jan 2014


"Comfortable cottage - wonderful location!"

We were a party of 6 friends, and we all really enjoyed our stay at Glenboy! Very comfy beds, spacious living room and kitchen area, and a truly lovely hostess. The location was perfect - easy to get … More

8 Oct 2013


"Exploring Ireland"

What can I say? Glenboy Country Accommodation Co Meath, Ireland, was first class. We were a party of nine and we found it very spacious and comfortable. The landlady was very nice and provided us with useful informations. It's in a strategic place for visiting other parts of Ireland including Dublin. We hired a minibus and found it very easy to get around. The nearest town is Oldcastle, a nice place with all the amenities i.e. shops, pubs, restaurant etc. All bedrooms are en-suite and it has an open space living area with a cosy fire-place! I would recommend it to everyone!

12 Jun 2012


"Real Irish Country luxury and hospitality"

Glenboy County Accomodation really does offer the best of all; privacy; total country relaxation, and the nearby town of Oldcastle (walking distance), all in a glorious converted barn that has great c… More

6 Jun 2012


"Great cottage - Disabled-friendly"

Rather than just echo the good reviews Glenboy has already received, all of which I agree with, I am writing this review from the perspective of someone who has a physical disability, so that those of… More

Thank you so much for your thoughtful review regarding access, it was a pleasure to host you. Glenboy routinely hosts wheelchair using and other mobility-impaired guests. A wee footnote on the wi-fi: we are glad to check any queries a guest has and so we call in on day 2 to see if there are any. Had wi-fi been mentioned, it would have taken less than a second to fix (the router ariel simply needed to be straightened up to be back to 3MB). Hope to see you at Glenboy again in the future, warm regards, Karen

11 May 2012


"Fantastic, lovely home from home"

Wonderfully welcoming and for the few days we stayed just perfect for flitting from local town to town. Very privately positioned with great views. the barn is spacious and very cosy with antiques a… More

1 Apr 2012


"Delightful Home in a Superior Location"

I booked Glenboy for my group of 4 because of the home's excellent location in relationship to the Loughcrew passage tombs (just 10 minutes from the house), along with related archaeological site… More

11 Aug 2011


""This place is cool," our teenagers said."

We selected Glenboy because we had a large family group and we needed four bedrooms. Having four bathrooms was a real bonus. The large kitchen-family room offered the opportunity for togetherness, bu… More

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    Calendar last updated:12 May 2015

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