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Beamond House, Bellewstown is a Grade II listed Georgian residence built circa 1820. The House is full of character and charm and is set in rolling countryside with uninterrupted parkland views. The Garden Rooms in the house have been recently restored to accommodate 6 people self catering.

The house is in an idyllic setting offering visitors the rare opportunity to get away from it all, whilst affording easy access to the Historic Boyne Valley Region, long sandy beaches or the hustle & bustle of Dublin City Centre. Whether you are looking for a relaxing or action packed holiday we have everything on our doorstep for all to enjoy.

The Garden Rooms offer privacy  and comfort where you can sample the delights of your surroundings, exploring the local countryside, playing tennis on the grass court or just sit, relax and enjoy the views. Families can explore, play games or even fish in the river Nanny at the bottom of the garden. Equestrian activities are available on site. Bellewstown Race Course, Golf Club, Pitch & Putt, Local Coffee Shop and Farmers Market are all within a two minute drive.

Beamond House is located on the East Coast of Co Meath just 25 minutes from Dublin Airport at the foot of Bellewstown Hill. The Hill which has its own historic racecourse is beautifully situated in a rural setting with magnificent views of the Mountains of Mourne to the north and the Irish sea to the east.

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About Beamond House

Georgian Farm Guest house located on east coast of Ireland, near Bellewstown, Co Meath. Family run, sleeps up to six.
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