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Newgrange Bru na Boinne, Slane Ireland
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#4 of 8 B&Bs / Inns in Slane
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Rossnaree (or ’headland of the Kings’) is a privately owned historic country estate in Slane, County Meath, located only 40 minutes from Dublin and less than an hour from Belfast. Rossnaree is is 2K from Newgrange and 3K from Slane Village.An impressive driveway sweeps to the front of Rossnaree house, standing on top of a hill with unrivalled views across the River Boyne to Ireland’s famous prehistoric monuments,Knowth,Dowth and Newgrange.Rossnaree has been transformed into a boutique bed and breakfast, offering four luxury rooms for guests and also an original venue for special events and artistic workshops. The luxury bespoke bedrooms are individually designed with genuine antique family furniture. Hospitality is old fashioned and friendly, full Irish Breakfast is served in the elegant dining room with an open fire and includes our hen’s eggs, freshly baked bread, organic bacon and sausages from local producers in Slane, and seasonal vegetables foraged from our Victorian Walled Garden.We also offer the ‘Rossnaree Stack’: A delicious Portobello Mushroom topped with John’s finest bacon and a slice of roasted tomato served with French toast quarters.This is a dramatic location in the heart of the Boyne Valley and for guests, Rossnaree evokes the romance of the past.
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cartagia wrote a review May 2019
ireland2,203 contributions712 helpful votes
This place is an absolute dump. We saw this show featured on an Irish television show that helps businesses be more successful. We had high hopes and chose the place to stay for our first honeymoon. I was an absolute nightmare. The place stank as soon as we entered. The public rooms were a mess with junk everywhere. I actually got lost and ended up in the kitchen and Oh My God I’d never seen such a filthy dump. The whole place should be shout down. The bedroom decorated in old style which looked nice from a distance but on closer look, it was a dump. Door knobs came off in your hands, drawers were full of junk, the room stank of cat piss and the bathroom was gross. The place is owned by an artist who doesn’t really care about the house nor the advice she was given on the tv show. Avoid this dump like the plague.
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Date of stay: May 2019
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Aisling L, Owner at Rossnaree
Responded 5 Dec 2019
How disappointed I felt after reading this. We go out of our way to make our guests feel welcome and comfortable and the house is kept up to a high standard. It is a great pity that some people can hide behind the internet and not address the problems they have directly with us. I am always sure to ask a guest before they leave if they were happy with everything, and the response has always been very positive as is reflective in other reviews.
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emma_banks wrote a review Sep 2018
Bedfordshire, United Kingdom6 contributions2 helpful votes
We have just had a fantastic stay at Rossnaree House, from the moment we arrived we were welcomed with a roaring open fire and warmth from Aisling the owner. Beautiful, unique rooms, fantastic history, history galore, wonderful food and the warmest host you could wish for. I would highly recommend Rossnaree House and look forward to going back soon
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Date of stay: September 2018
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Gina W wrote a review Oct 2017
3 contributions7 helpful votes
My husband and I booked into Rossnaree House while attending a wedding in Slane. On arrival we were met by the owner Aisling and given a hearty welcome... we were shown to our bedroom which was The Morris Room overlooking the river Boyne and Newgrange neolithic site. The room was warm and very comfortably and beautifully furnished with antiques.... The bed linen was pristine and the bed extremely comfortable and we both had a wonderful and peaceful nights rest. We had a delicious breakfast with freshly squeezed orange juice, a choice of cereals, full English breakfast, real coffee.... just wonderful.... served to us by Aisling and her two lovely grandchildren. The house itself is full of character which is just what we would expect from a country residence.... this house would not be suitable for someone who expects a modern day hotel but is for the discerning guest who would love the experience of living in a fine old country house full of character and charm and with history by the bucketful.... thank you so much Aisling for a very memorable experience and we would certainly look forward to another trip to your lovely home. Regina and Alan Wilkinson.
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Travelled solo
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maillardjoseph wrote a review Oct 2017
Paris, France3 contributions1 helpful vote
What a gem... A real beautiful and majestic hidden gem! I stayed there for a night: very welcoming, very mindful of my wishes, awesome tasty food! And there is no word to describe the view of the River Room... I promise you will not be disappointed!
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Date of stay: October 2017
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CBN wrote a review Aug 2017
Madrid, Spain18 contributions12 helpful votes
We have just returned from Rossnaree House, what a gem, yes the house is a little tired but the surroundings are magical. We had. a fantastic welcome from Aisling who showed us to our splendid room (William Morris)from which we a wonderful view of Newgrange. Couldn't fault anything and breakfast was delish....we will return
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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IrelandProvince of LeinsterCounty MeathSlane
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Frequently Asked Questions about Rossnaree
Which popular attractions are close to Rossnaree?
Nearby attractions include Bru na Boinne (5.4 km), Newgrange (1.6 km), and Knowth Megalithic Passage Tomb (1.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Rossnaree?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Rossnaree?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Rossnaree?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Rossnaree?
Conveniently located restaurants include Inside Out, George's Patisserie, and TRIBE Restaurant.
Are there any historical sites close to Rossnaree?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Bru na Boinne (5.4 km), Newgrange (1.6 km), and Hill of Slane (4.2 km).