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IrelandMeathNavanThe Ardboyne Hotel Dublin Road, Navan,Co. Meath, C15 C9YA


The Ardboyne Hotel Dublin Road, Navan,Co. Meath, C15 C9YA

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Lisney Commercial (Dublin)
Lisney Commercial (Dublin)
Tel: 01 638 2700
PSRA Licence No. 001848
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The Ardoyne Hotel comprises a substantial purpose built 29-bedroom 3 Star Hotel incorporating the impressive old world style Kells bar, Hugo's restaurant with 100 covers, a banqueting suite with capacity for 300, 3 meeting rooms and a former nightclub. The property also enjoys extensive car parking facilities and landscaped gardens. The entire property comprises three separate sites including the Hotel Site at 3.7 acres, overflow car park at 0.6 acres and greenfield site at 0.4 acres. Internally the property is in a good state of repair and condition having been maintained throughout to a high standard. The hotel comprises 29 bedrooms & suites arranged in one block over ground and first floors. All the bedrooms are spacious and have been maintained to a high standard. A refurbishment programme was recently commenced with approximately half the rooms completed. The bedrooms feature complementary broadband, cable TV, direct dial telephones, iron, hairdryer and welcome tray with tea and coffee. Kells Bar is a large traditional style bar fitted out with Old World décor featuring mahogany bar counters and back bar display, moulded ceiling adornments, chandeliers and an open fire all of which combine to create a relaxed atmosphere that is popular with locals and guests for beverage or informal dining occasions. Hugo's Restaurant is the hotels main dining area and is set out in as contemporary style restaurant with seating for approximately 100 covers serving both an A la Carte menu and a daily carvery lunch. Conference & Banqueting:- The Ardboyne Hotel has extensive conference & banqueting facilities with a total capacity of 860. The largest suite, The Boyne Suite can hold 300 guest and is a popular venue for large weddings and other functions. The Tara Suite provides the ideal space for more intimate occasions and caters for up to 70 guests. The Taylor Suite can accommodate up to 40 guests and is popular for private dining group events. For alternative events the Swan Venue can accommodate 250 seated or 450 standing.

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The Ardboyne Hotel commands an excellent trading position over-looking the River Boyne accessed via the M3 to the south east edge of Navan Town. The Town serves as the focal point for commercial, industrial and agricultural enterprise within County Meath and also as an employment, recreational and educational centre for its surrounding hinterland. Navan has a population of 30,689 (Census 2016) making it the fifth largest town in Ireland. Navan is situated approximately 45 kms from Dublin City on one of the principal arterial motorways to Dublin the M3, which links to the M50. Navan is also located on the N51, a national primary route which links the town going East with the N2 to Derry and the M1 motorway to Belfast and going West with the N4/N5 and the M6 motorway to Galway. Employment within the town is principally provided by the IDA Business and Technology Park, Navan Enterprise Centre and Mullaghboy Industrial Estate together with the commercial concerns within the town centre. Key employers include Tara Mines (Europe's largest zinc mine) with 600 employees, Meath County Council (600+), Lir Chocolates (150), Prepaid Financial Services (140) The Department of Justice (100+) and Our Lady's Hospital. The town centre boast a strong retail offering with Navan Shopping Centre and Johnstown Shopping Centre together with numerous outlets on the main Street. Some of Irelands most visited tourist attractions are located within 30 minutes drive of Navan including; • Tayto Park with 607,000 annual visitors with 83% from outside Meath and 19.2 % coming from outside the country. • The Battle of the Boyne site with over 300,000 annual visitors, • The Newgrange Burial Site and the Hill of Tara each with over 150,000 annual visitors, • Trim Castle with over 100,000 annual visitors • Causey Farm and Funtasia Water Park. Navan is also an ideal location for golf tourists with many renowned golf courses that attract high numbers of both national and international visitors located nearby. These include Baltray, Seapoint, Knightsbrook, and Royal Tara Golf Courses all of which are within a 45 min drive of the town.

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Shane Markey
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