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Knightsbrook Holiday Homes

cork
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Knightsbrook Holiday Homes

any one ever stayed in the courtyard holiday homes at this hotel

would you recommend them for adults and teenagers alike

and are teens allowed in bar of hotel after 9 in the summer

thanks

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1. Re: Knightsbrook Holiday Homes

Hi Angcarm

Being local I have never stayed in the holiday homes, nor have even seen them as Knightsbrook Hotel wouldnt be on my radar for one reason or another. I'm sure you are aware that the hotel is a good trot out from Trim town (about 2 miles at a guess). A large newbuild imposing building which is surrounded on two sides by one of the quite densly packed residential areas from the celtic tiger era. Advantage I'm guessing is that guests could avail of the hotel facilities.

Other self catering options in Co Meath include

Balrath Courtyard, just outside Navan www.balrathcourtyard.com

Beechwood Lodge, Trim www.beechwood-lodge.com

The Cottages in Laytown (beautiful!) www.cottages-ireland.com

Decoy Country Cottages, Navan www.decoycountrycottages.ie

Kiltale Cottages in Kiltale (close to Trim) www.meathselfcatering.com

Quoin Stone in Drumcondrath (a rural village which is on the border of Cavan/Monaghan - good fishing area! http://www.quoinstoneselfcatering.com/

Rathgillian Farm, Nobber www.rathgillanfarm.ie

Slane Farm Cottages www.slanefarmhostel.ie

Tankardstown House www.tankardstown.ie

With regards to teens allowed in the bar, check out tripadvisor.com/Travel-g186591-c116590/Irela…

I'm going to Trim on Friday (weather permitting!) to the Balloon Festival and would be happy to pop into Knightsbrook en route to have a 'peek' at the holiday homes if you like :-)

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2. Re: Knightsbrook Holiday Homes

hi Littlepumpking

thank you so much for all the info

No need at all to have a look at holiday homes for me...

Trouble with teenagers, is to keep the occupied, and yes thats the reason

i was going for these holiday homes as they could use the hotel facilities

as its difficult enough to get holiday homes on hotel grounds that will sleep

7. but will defo take a look at all other web sites you mentioned.

thanks again for all your help

have a nice week end

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3. Re: Knightsbrook Holiday Homes

Hi Angcarm

Did you stay in the Knightsbrook holiday homes eventually?

I was thinking of booking for early August and would be interested to hear how you got on. We'll be travelling with 2 kids (5 & 7) and my father - we'll have a car

Thanks

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4. Re: Knightsbrook Holiday Homes

Hi Domollie

we have decided to travel to Galway instead, but we are just

back after a week in Rosslare Strand Co. Wexford

Would recommend the holiday homes that we stated in (Grange Cove

Holiday Homes).. facilities on site is a playground, but I think its

just that they are so safe for your aged children Maybe something

worth looking at as they are about 5 mins drive from ferry

and I have heard that they are supposed to be reducing their prices

to try and attract visitors, houses are lovely

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5. Re: Knightsbrook Holiday Homes

Hi Angcarm

Many thanks - unfortunately we've a family party north of Dublin so we need to be in that area. But I'll bear the Grange Cove Holiday Homes in mind for next year!

Cheers

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