Headfort Place, Kells, Co. Meath
A82 D2C1+353 (0)46 924 0063Long Business Description:
Welcome to our family run hotel in the heart of the Boyne Valley in Meath. Operating as a hotel for almost two centuries, the Headfort has been operating in the hands of the Duff Family for almost 50 years.
In pursuit of genuine Irish hospitality, The Headfort Arms Hotel, in the heart of the ‘Royal County of Ireland’, offers luxury accommodation in the heritage town of Kells.
Our hotel offers a great array of Headfort Golfing, Activity & Spa packages as well as 45 four-star standard Bedrooms, banqueting facilities for up to 400 guests and a long tradition of hosting the perfect Wedding Day, milestone celebrations and many other family events.
The Vanilla Pod Restaurant offers Award-Winning Dining Experiences and Cafe Therese, Headfort Lounge and traditional Kelltic Bar with dedicated Party Venue, the Courtyard presents more casual but not less quality options, all using locally sourced produce from the impressive display of Boyne Valley Producers, beautifully showcased in seasonal and fresh menus.
The Headfort Spa Rooms offer a vast range of treatments using Irish peat-based products, bridal packages and much more.Carlanstown
A82 WV48+353 (0) 46 924 6621Short Business Description: Relax and enjoy a full Irish breakfast at this family run B&B in a luxury dormer bungalow, 5 minutes outside Kells Town Centre.Long Business Description:
Located at the head of the Boyne Valley, Teach Cuailgne offers bed and breakfast accommodation just a 5-minute drive from the centre of Kells. With on-site private parking and the ability to cater for pets, the property is ideally situated for discovering the historic surrounding countryside.
Bedrooms feature free Wi-Fi and are individually decorated in neutral tones. Each comes with a TV and tea/coffee-making facilities, as well as an en suite bathroom and orthopaedic bed.2B Bective Square
Co. Meath046 924 0783Business Genre: Dental PracticesLong Business Description:
Dental Care Ireland Kells prides itself on offering a professional and caring dental service for its patients, led by our Kells dentists; Dr Kate Clerkin, Dr Kristin Nason, Dr Graham McGuire and hygienist Sandra Clarke.
The friendly practice team at Dental Care Ireland Kells provides a full range of dental treatments for all the family, from routine to cosmetic dentistry.Bective Street
Co. Meath046 928 2888Business Genre: Dental PracticesLong Business Description:
The dental practice in Kells was established by Dr. Denis Coughlan in 2002 with the philosophy that patients should be able to access an outstanding level of dental care in a single practice. To this end Dr. Coughlan drew together a group of colleagues with various special interests and the practice has developed into a fully equipped dental treatment centre offering a full range of dental treatments and utilising only the very best in techniques, materials and laboratories, all offered in a friendly, high quality environment.Kells Medical Centre
Kells, Co. Meath046 920 1993Business Genre: PhysiotherapistsLong Business Description:
Here at Kells Physiotherapy clinic we strive to provide you with an exceptional quality of care across all our services which range from physiotherapy, ergonomics and more.
All therapy services are carried out by experienced and fully trained experts.Short Business Description: Cosy, compact wooden cabin with kitchen and ensuite bathroom in a quiet agricultural area, perfect for a tranquil getaway. Situated on an acre of land to the rear of a cottage in rural Meath. Outside seating and BBQ, ideal for the summer months. A small hamper of bread, cereal, milk, tea, coffee, marmalade and honey from our hive greets guests on arrival. A beehive is situated close to the cabin. Whilst the bees are rarely noticeable, the cabin is not suitable for those allergic to bees.Long Business Description:
Small, self contained cabin with private entrance and parking space.
Two single beds with memory mattress toppers, which can fold away for additional space. Kitchen area with microwave oven, toaster, kettle and fridge.
Dining area and sofa area provide space to relax. Iron, hairdryer, digital TV and wifi access are also provided.Kells
Co. Meath089 467 6788Business Genre: Cleaning ServicesShort Business Description: An Eco-Friendly cleaning service for your home using only Eco-Friendly cleaning products.Long Business Description:
We make our own cleaning products and use them to leave your house looking clean and fresh!
- Regular or once-off cleans
- One hour Bathroom Rescue
- Three Hour Bedroom Decluttering
- Spring Cleans
- and moreKenlis Pl
A82 K4K7(046) 925 2405Business Genre: TheatresShort Business Description: Kells Vincent de Paul Theatre is a state of the art theatre located in. the heart of Kells Town Centre hosting plays, pantomines, bands and more!Long Business Description:
Kells' Vincent de Paul Theatre is a state of the art theatre located in. the heart of Kells Town Centre. The theatre hosts a variety of pantomimes, plays and musicals from the long tenured Kells Musical and Dramatic Society 1976, as well as many travelling production companies and local drama groups.
Vincent de Paul theatre hosts Bingo every Friday night at 8:30pm.
About the St. Vincent de Paul Theatre
The St. Vincent de Paul Theatre (formally Hall), was built in 1913 by Lady Headfort. The hall was rented to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul for £1 a year to help the poor and unfortunate in the town.
In the 100 years since “The Hall” was opened it served many uses to the town. From a dance hall and sometime indoor soccer pitch to the home of the Kells Operatic Society in the 1930’s and 40’s The Hall has always been a home to music and art. A recent celebration of it’s illustrious history brought many of the old faces that once graced it’s stage (or maybe the tea room underneath) back to The Theatre to remember the good times had within and of course the now infamous wooden floor (never a floor like it was laid in Kells before or since).
In 1976 what was left of the Kells Players and various other drama groups came together under the leadership of John Grant, Brian Curran and Brian O’Neill Snr. to create the Kells Musical and Dramatic Society 1976, the Theatre's most frequent occupants. In action for over 40 years, the KMDS has established a legacy in the theatre that has seen “The Hall” transformed into The St. Vincent de Paul Theatre, a premier venue for the arts in Kells and an outstanding community resource.