COVID-19 Update June 5th, 2020

Following the announcement by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and the plan to ease restrictions we are delighted to confirm we are now in a position to reopen our holiday homes from Monday, June 29th.

New Booking Conditions & Essential Cleaning Protocols

At many of our large holiday home sites we have restricted the booking period to 6-nights, 13-nights, 20-nights and 27-nights from June 29th to August 28th, 2020.
For this period guests must arrive on a Saturday and depart on a Friday, this is to facilitate essential cleaning at our large sites across Ireland. We have implemented new cleaning protocols which have been designed to protect our cleaning staff and our guests checking in & out of our holiday homes.

New Arrival Time of 5.30 PM

We have also implemented a new arrival time of 5.30 PM instead of the normal 4.00 PM. We have applied this new change so we can carry out new cleaning procedures between bookings.
Please remember to call your On-site Manager 48 hours before your arrival date to finalise key collection arrangements.
We would like to thank you for your continued support and for supporting an Irish owned and managed company.

We look forward to welcoming you to one of our holiday homes in the near future.

Self Catering Holiday Homes & Cottages in Meath


County Meath is situated on Ireland’s north east coast. Its fertile valleys attracted Ireland’s first settlers and the earliest inhabitants legacy can be seen at the historic Neolithic tomb at New Grange, Brú na Bóinne and Loughcrew.

All of them predate the Egyptian pyramids and at Tara, the seat of Ireland’s High kings. For visitors to Meath, it is a perfect introduction to Ireland’s ancient past, where following St. Patrick’s arrival, abbeys and round towers were built to protect the monasteries and manuscripts.

Now modern Meath is home to a number of seaside holiday resorts along its coast, the best known being Bettystown stretching to Laytown. Golfers staying at our self catering accommodation in Meath, will have plenty of choice with an extensive variety of good courses.

Like many other counties on the east of Ireland, Meath has a strong equine tradition with horse racing at Fairyhouse being world famous. Our self catering accommodation in Meath at Bettystown and Trim, are a great choice for visitors to the county and for those who wish to visit the capital city of Dublin but avoid the inconvenience of having a car in town, there are regular trains from Drogheda.

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