Eating Out, Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in Bettystown,
Reddan's Bar & B&B
Explore Reddans of Bettystown Boutique B&B, Bar and Bistro, located in the heart of eleven kilometres of beautiful sandy beach, ajoined by Laytown and Mornington beaches. It was on Bettystown beach where the world famous Tara Brooch (Celtic Brooch circa 700 AD) was discovered. Reddans is situated in the centre of Bettystown village in the midst of the historical East Gold Coast.
Reddans of Bettystown, also known as Neptune Beach, is a landmark haven that has been welcoming people for over 140 years. Enriched by a countryside sprinkled with an abundance of historical monuments, Reddans also enjoys the modern benefits of local amenities, buses, coaches, taxis and just a 4 minute drive from the train station at Laytown. Excellent golf courses, gift shops, amusement arcade and commuter links to Dublin, Drogheda, Trim and Navan. If you are seeking a refreshing retreat from a busy days schedule, a relaxing drink by an open fire or simply just to get away from it all, Reddans of Bettystown is a wonderful setting for any special occasion; wedding, christening, birthday, anniversary, conference or business meetings.
Our west facing, suntrap balcony is also very popular for al fresco dining in the summer months. This unique Boutique B&B boasts of exquisitely furnished ensuite guest bedrooms with TV and stunning sea views, starting from €45 Per Person sharing or €60 per Single occupancy. The Bar and Bistro Lounge have welcoming fires in the winter months. Our function room is uniquely positioned by the beach. Free Wifi and Sports TV. Pop in for a tour, we'd be delighted to show you around.
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Beaulieu Historic House & Gardens
This location is very special in so many ways. Dating back to the 1600's, it still belongs to the same family. Nestled in a beautiful part of County Louth, visitors come from the world to explore this amazing destination. *
Opened in County Meath on the 6th of June 2014, the Irish Military War Museum offers afascinating insight into Irish participants' involvement in both World War One and World War Two, as well as other military conflicts in world history.