Welcome to Daly’s Inn, we have everything you need in Co. Meath.

Daly’s lies on the border between two worlds; the magical Boyne Valley rooted in the Ireland’s Celtic history, and the fun filled world of adventure found in Tayto Park.

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Whether you are looking for a pint of the ‘Black Stuff’, a hearty meal, or a restful night’s sleep you can find it all and more at Daly’s of Donore.

Daly’s provide everything you need to feel relaxed and refreshed in our modern guestrooms, and if you’re ready to relish a pint of the black stuff after delving into the mysteries of Newgrange, or hungry to enjoy a local catch of the day after running around Funtasia, we’ve got you covered.

accommodation

Bed and Breakfast

Enjoy your stay in the heart of the Boyne Valley

Our B&B comprises 24 modern and stylish rooms, all of which are en-suite and have parking available at no additional cost to our guests.

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En Suite Bathroom
with Shower
Television
Tea / Coffee
Making Facilities
Private Entrance
Gastro Pub

Daly’s Restaurant

Fine dining in the Boyne Valley

Daly’s Restaurant prides itself on providing delicious traditional Irish cuisine for our guests.

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Bar

Traditional Irish Pub

Savour the atmosphere and enjoy the craic

Our traditional Irish pub is comfortable, cosy, and relaxing. We welcome you to sit and enjoy a pre-dinner drink or enjoy a lively evening of local cráic.

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Location

Stay here, go anywhere

Your base to explore the Boyne Valley and beyond

Dalys of Donore is the perfect base for touring the Boyne Valley and other locations in or around County Meath. It is located in the village of Donore and is within 1 mile of Newgrange Visitor Centre known as Bru na Bionne and just a short drive from Drogheda where there is plenty of shopping, nightlife and other attractions.

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Newgrange

Newgrange is older than both Stonehenge and the Pyramids of Giza. This iconic large mound is surrounded by 97 stones many of which are covered in megalithic art, the most well-known of these is the Entrance Stone. Megalithic mounds like this were considered in Irish mythology to be “fairy mounds” and Newgrange was said to the home of Oegngus, the god of love.

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Tayto Park

Tayto Park has attractions for all ages, from the heart stopping Cu Chulain wooden roller coaster to the more relaxing farmyard friends petting zoo.

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Funtasia

Funtasia has even more to offer than their Pirate Coves Waterpark! From the Bowling Alley, the Climbing Wall, the Lizard Zoo, and Crazy Golf it really is a family wonderland under one roof.

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Battle of the Boyne

The Battle of the Boyne was fought between the forces of the deposed Catholic King James II of England and those of the Protestant King William III in the 17th Century.

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Drogheda

Drogheda is a medieval town with unexpected magic and lore. Walled fortifications from the 13th Century are sprinkled throughout the town, including Lawrence’s Gate, one of the best examples of a 13th C. Barbican, and Millmount Fort that dominates the Drogheda sky line. A unique experience awaits within St. Peter’s Church where the head of the 17th Century martyr, Saint Oliver Plunket, resides! Alongside all of this history sits a modern town with all the shopping and gastronomy you could want.

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Slane

The Village of Slane is packed full of things to see and do, including the world-famous concert venue Slane Castle, that has hosted some of the most iconic names in the industry including U2, David Bowie, Queen, and Bob Dylan!

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Trim Castle

Trim is an officially designated heritage town and is believed to have more medieval buildings that any other town in Ireland. Trim Castle itself is the largest Anglo-Norman fortification in Ireland with an area of 30,000 m², modern walkways have been built that provide an unparalleled view of the interior of this medieval wonder.

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Dublin City

Dublin has a wide range of attractions from historic to modern! Best explored by foot, Dublin is compact and easy to navigate. Some of the most popular tourist destinations within the city include: The Guinness Storehouse, Jameson Whiskey Distillery, Dublin Castle, Phoenix Park (and Dublin Zoo for the kids!), and you can even catch a glimpse of the Book of Kells in Trinity College’s grounds.

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Hill of Tara

The Hill of Tara was once the ancient capital of Ireland. It was here that the King of Ireland was decided. Legend says that stone called the Lia Fail cried out when the true King touched the stone.

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