Why should I book a hotel in Louth-Drogheda?

Drogheda, Louth City center: 0 km
Dbl. from 99.00EUR
Drogheda, Louth City center: 16.1 km
Dbl. from 129.00EUR
Drogheda, Louth City center: 0 km
Dbl. from 115.00EUR
Drogheda, Louth City center: 0 km
Dbl. from 87.00EUR

Located in County Louth, Drogheda is famous for being the oldest town in Ireland and is popular with both domestic and international visitors. The city boasts an eclectic fusion of both tradition and modernity. Drogheda itself straddles the River Boyne, which is home to many of the area's modern bars and restaurants. Book a hotel in Drogheda, and enjoy all the facilities and amenities of a business hotel surrounded by the stunning Irish countryside.

What can I expect to find if I stay in Drogheda?

Drogheda has all the charm of a quaint Irish town with narrow winding streets filled with musicians and street artists, but it also has all the amenities of a modern city. You'll find an abundance of luxury hotels, many containing spas, golf courses and boutique restaurants, all within easy reach of the country's capital.

Why should I choose Drogheda for my next business trip?

Drogheda is within easy reach of several destinations in Ireland by rail or road. There are regularly scheduled trains to both Belfast and Dublin, and it is only a 30 minute drive to Dublin's ferry port where you'll find boats to cities in the UK. The city is also less than 45 kilometres from Dublin International Airport, thus linking the city to an array of international destinations. Once in the city, Drogheda Enterprise Centre and Fitzwilliam Business Centre are able to cater to all your business needs, offering office space for 10 to 100 people. Several hotels in Drogheda also offer business space, with the added extra of golf courses for a more informal meet.

What can I do if I book a hotel in Louth-Drogheda?

As the oldest city in the country, Drogheda is filled with cultural experiences. While there a plenty of traditional abbeys and churches to meander around, but for something a little different, head to Highlanes Gallery. This modern gallery plays host to a range of themed exhibitions. It wouldn't be a trip to Ireland, if you didn't pay a visit to one of the typical, traditional Irish bars. Take a trip to either The Black Bull Inn or Cagney's Bar where you'll find a range of ales. For a true Irish experience, pop in during one of their live music nights and sip on an ice cold pint of Guinness.

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