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Camped here for nine nights in October; can't beat the price at €10/night for one tent (two people). Very quiet, only one other (seemingly semi-permanent) camper. The field its self was fairly sloped, but manageable. A lot of rocks in the ground made trying to...More
my partner and I stayed here over the long weekend and we were disappointed with our stay.
The room smelled of damp and was cold and needed painting, the walls are paper thin and we found it difficult to sleep due to noise levels of...More
The location is superb--just minutes away from Newgrange itself, an ancient burial chamber that celebrates the winter solstice like Stonehenge celebrates the summer solstice. Although the rooms themselves are basic, the wonderful common areas invite you to read, relax with friends, or simply enjoy the...More
Newgrange Lodge is a very short walk from the entrance to the Newgrange Archaeological site, a UNESCO World Hertiage site, older than the Pyramids of Giza, older than Stonehenge. The Lodge is clean, comfortable and serves an adequate continental breakfast.
The Newgrange Lodge is very basic. Rooms are small and bathroom is very small. Place could use some refurbishment. Walls are thin. BUT, staff are wonderful and very helpful. If you're planning ta visit the 5,000 year old Newgrange Monument (which you should) it's less...More
US$ 50 - US$ 100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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