If you’re in search of the best hotels near Tayto Park in Meath, you’ve landed in the right place.
However, if you don’t live nearby and you’re in search of accommodation near Tayto Park for a night, it can be tricky to find a place that’s 1, close by and that 2, has great reviews.
Below, you’ll find a handful of excellent hotels near Tayto Park, with a mix of prices on offer.
Hotels near Tayto Park under a 20-minute drive away
The first section of this guide is packed with what we think are the best hotels near Tayto Park – these are places that one of The Irish Road Trip Team have stayed in and loved.
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1. The Pillo Hotel (6-minute drive)
Modern and stylish, the Pillo Hotel is superbly family-orientated with 148 rooms including family rooms and suites. They all have cable TV, Wi-Fi, tea/coffee facilities and everything you need to sleep well after an exciting day at Tayto Park. Make use of the indoor pool and fitness room before enjoying breakfast in the restaurant.
In the evening, kids have their own dinner menu while adults can tuck into burgers, salmon, pasta, curries and local favourites. There’s a friendly well-stocked bar for socialising once the kids are in bed making this the ideal family break destination just 4km from Tayto Park attractions.
If you’re looking for a hotel beside Tayto Park, it doesn’t get much closer than this one!
2. Ashbourne House Hotel (10-minute drive)
Treat yourself to an upscale hotel experience at the Ashbourne House Hotel, located in the heart of Ashbourne. It has an excellent reputation. Guests love the exceptional personal service, friendly bar atmosphere and hearty breakfast to set you up for the day’s adventures.
Boutique rooms are individually designed and furnished to give a homely feel. They include a TV, Wi-Fi and desk as well as tea and coffee makers. Dine in the elegant Loft Restaurant before relaxing in the Lounge Bar watching live sports.
If you’re in search of family-friendly accommodation near Tayto Park, the Ashbourne House Hotel is well worth a look.
3. Ashbourne Court Hotel (10-minute drive)
Located in the heart of Ashbourne with its own gastropub and Fogarty’s Bar, the Ashbourne Court is another of the more popular hotels near Tayto Park. All 57 rooms have been recently refurbished with new beds, tea/coffee facilities, flatscreen TV and Wi-Fi for youngsters to play games or watch films on their devices.
Opt for a family-friendly triple or quad room which include ensuite bathrooms with hairdryer. After a good night’s sleep, enjoy a tasty breakfast in the award-winning restaurant or visit one of the nearby cafes and delis.
Breakfast is served from 8-11am daily so there’s no need to rush.
4. Daly’s Inn (18-minute drive)
Centrally located for enjoying the stunning Boyne Valley and Tayto Park’s thrilling rides, Daly’s Inn is a traditional coaching inn with 24 bright and airy rooms. They all have comfy beds, luxury linens TV and complimentary tea/coffee facilities.
The traditional Irish Pub has a cosy bar while the restaurant offers traditional Irish cuisine in a stylish ambience. As well as Tayto Park, Daly’s Inn is close to many other fun attractions including Newgrange, Slane Castle and Funtasia Water Park. It’s the ideal base for a fun-tastic stay!
5. Bellinter House (20-minute drive)
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, Bellinter House boasts some of the most unique accommodation near Tayto Park. This is an opulent country house hotel with a grand entrance and a host of enviable amenities. Luxury rooms offer restful views of the surrounding countryside and River Boyne.
The four star hotel pampers guests with deep soaker bath tubs, extra large beds, handcrafted furniture and softest goosedown pillows. Head to the Bathhouse at Bellinter for spa treatments, massages and seaweed baths before relaxing in the hot tub.
Navan is just a 5-minute drive away, but you’ll probably want to sample the delicious menus in the Eden Restaurant and Drawing Room Bar. This is one of our favourite hotels in Meath for good reason.
Hotels near Tayto Park under a 30-minute drive away
Now that we have what we think are the best hotels near Tayto Park out of the way, it’s time to see what else is on offer.
Below, you’ll find plenty more accommodation near Tayto Park, each of which is under a 30-minute drive away.
1. Kettles Country House Hotel (22-minute drive)
Within easy reach of Tayto Park and other fun attractions, Kettles Country House Hotel has beautifully designed rooms, including family rooms and interconnecting rooms for those with young children in tow.
After a thrilling days activities, return to this four star hotel and dine on tasty Bar Food or tuck into the Carvery. Rooms are comfortably furnished in a luxurious style and include free Wi-fi, flatscreen TV, tea/coffee and everything you need for a comfortable stay.
The hotel has a lively programme of events including Saturday Karaoke and Sunday Funday so you’ll have entertainment too.
2. Ardboyne Hotel (22-minute drive)
Located in Navan, the Ardboyne House Hotel has special family packages for those wanting a break within easy reach of Tayto Theme Park. Family rooms are spacious enough to sleep 4, plus a cot if required.
After a fun day at Tayto Park or nearby Navan Adventure Park, relax and unwind in beautifully furnished deluxe rooms with TV, desk, air-conditioning and luxury toiletries in the bathroom.
Breakfast is served each morning in the restaurant with a full range of cereals and cooked options. With attractive prices, Ardboyne is one of the premium luxury hotels in Ireland delivering a memorably experience.
3. The Station House Hotel (25-minute drive)
Spoil yourself with a stay at Co. Meath’s top Country House Hotel! The Station House Hotel was established b the Slattery family in 1984 and retains an air of a luxury family home. Stay in one of the cabins or suites and you’ll enjoy a king-size bed with ultra comfy mattress and Egyptian linens.
In the bathroom there are bathrobes, slippers and a goodie bag of Voya toiletries. Antique furnishings are scattered throughout the hotel, complemented by country chic fabrics and cushioned armchairs.
Explore the 12-acre ground with lily ponds before dining in the award-winning Signal Restaurant. You simply won’t want to leave!
4. Roganstown Hotel & Country Club (25-minute drive)
Rounding off our suggested list of hotels near Tayto Park is Roganstown Hotel and Country Club in Swords. This elegant AA 4 star hotel is in a restored Georgian mansion with many original features. Lavishly furnished rooms have many thoughtful extras including robes and slippers.
Family rooms and interconnecting rooms are ideal for families while the period Master suites include a four poster bed and magnificent views. Feast by the fire in McLoughlin’s award-winning restaurant where breakfast is served daily.
There’s also a leisure centre, spa and wellness centre for the ultimate stay. This is one of the more popular family hotels in Ireland for good reason.
Accommodation near Tayto Park: What have we missed?
I’ve no doubt that we’ve unintentionally left out some brilliant hotels beside Tayto Park from the guide above.
If you have a place that you’d like to recommend, let me know in the comments below and I’ll check it out!
FAQs about hotels beside Tayto Park
We’ve had a lot of questions over the years asking about everything from ‘Which hotel is closest?’ to ‘Which has a pool?’.
In the section below, we’ve popped in the most FAQs that we’ve received. If you have a question that we haven’t tackled, ask away in the comments section below.
What are the best hotels near Tayto Park?
The Pillo Hotel (6-minute drive), Ashbourne Court Hotel (10-minute drive), and Ashbourne House Hotel (10-minute drive) offer some of the best accommodation near Tayto Park.
What accommodation near Tayto Park is the closest?
If you’re looking for a hotel beside Tayto Park, you won’t get much closer than the Pillo Hotel, which is a 6-minute drive away.
Gillian Birch is a travel writer and published author. She has travelled the world and uses her personal journals and memories to write about her many travel experiences, particularly those that involved adventures in Ireland.