Amenities & Services
CityNorth Business Park has the benefit of having the highly successful four star CityNorth Hotel located to the front of the estate which provides the following facilities to all occupiers within the park
- 12 meeting room options, with capacity for 2 to 650 delegates.
- Several dining options, including the stylish Tara Lounge, offering casual bar food and daily carvery. Guests can also enjoy a more intimate dining experience in our Mornington restaurant on Friday & Saturday nights.
- 24 hour airport shuttle bus service to and from Dublin Airport for guests.
- Free high-speed wi-fi throughout.
- Get into shape in our hi-tech fitness suite.
- 124 deluxe bedrooms.
- 2 elegant banqueting suites, when combined, can cater for up to 650 guests seated.
- Ample, free car parking, excellent road links and regular daily Matthews Coach services which call to Dundalk, Drogheda, and Dublin city centre.
- Pretty “Lavender Garden” area with patio furniture for guests to enjoy when the weather is on our side!
- Children’s play room and games room; with Xbox, Wii, fussball table, pool table & air hockey. Younger children can enjoy our outdoor playground located at the front of the hotel.
- Enjoy the hotel’s local heritage trails with audio guide.
- Bicycle hire available on request.
CityNorth will provide for all amenities to facilitate occupiers needs; it is anticipated that CityNorth will become a “future destination” with the success of the City North **** Hotel, the upcoming petrol station, offices and extensive plans to develop CityNorth into the ultimate business location.
The Boyne Valley Golf Links Group – Golfing in the North East of Ireland
The 4* CityNorth hotel is tucked away in County Meath on Irelands East coast, yet right on Dublin’s doorstep and at the gateway to the world famous Boyne Valley.
The Boyne Valley Golf Links Group and The CityNorth Hotel have come together to offer amazing value golfing & overnight stay packages!
Midweek Golf Package:
- Two nights bed and breakfast with 3 rounds of golf.
- Based on 2 people sharing
- 2 way transfers included. Tee times must be Prebooked.
- 48 hr cancellation policy
- From €229 Per Person Sharing
- The Boyne Valley Golf Links Group consists of the following golf courses;
County Louth Golf Club,
County Louth Golf Club, Baltray, is rated 8th in Golf Digest Top 100 Courses in Ireland, 32nd in Top 100 Great Britain and Ireland Golf Courses and 71st in Golf Digest’s top 100 courses in the world and is listed as “a hidden gem”. Baltray is the course where Shane Lowry won the Irish Open in 2009 as an amateur!
30 mins from CityNorth
Seapoint Golf Club,
Seapoint Golf Club hosted the Irish PGA in 2010 and 2011 and in June 2014 hosted the Irish Amateur Championships. Ranked at number 43 of the top 100 by Golf Digest and at number 28 in the top 100 links courses, Seapoint Golf Club won’t disappoint!
30 mins from CityNorth
Laytown & Bettystown Golf Club,
The historic old links at Laytown & Bettystown is sure to impress. The course has played host to many distinguished names from the golfing world stage, and is ranked in the top 100 by Golf Digest by Golf Digest in 2014.
15 mins from CityNorth
Local Beaches Meath
Meath is the 14th largest of Ireland’s 32 counties in area and the 13th largest in terms of population.
We have 10.4 km of coastline on the Irish Sea for your enjoyment.
Its only a small coastline, but the beaches at Bettystown, Laytown and Mornington are beautiful, sandy and have safe, shallow bathing. Laytown is famous for being the only approved and official beach racing in Europe.
Please Note: None of these beaches are Blue Flags areas. Great care must be taken as there is not a life guard service available.
Beaches are located within 15 minutes drive of CityNorth Hotel
Shop till you drop…
Swords, Balbriggan or Drogheda have an abundance of family run shops, art galleries, museums, restaurants and cafes to choose from on your day out. Don’t forget the obligatory coffee stop with a naughty treat to really complete the experience.
To follow are some specific centres you might like to ramble around and indulge in some retail therapy:
Horse Racing Meath
There are some superb racecourses in the local area. See below for further details:
Gormanston – Baile Mhic Gormáin
Just a few kilometers south of Drogheda lies Gormanston Castle. Built in 1768 by Sir Jelico Preston on the site of the original castle dating from 1372, the castle has a fine quadrangular castellated edifice and a turret adorns each of the castle’s corners except for the northwest corner. The castle was extended by the Franciscan Fathers and is currently in use as a secondary boarding school, Gormanston College.
Laytown – An Inse
Laytown is a pretty seaside village situated 3km off the main N1 (Dublin to Belfast Road). It is home to an excellent sandy beach and the National Ecology Centre Sonairte. Sonairte is the only establishment of its kind in Ireland. The aim of the center is to show schools, the public and business, practical and economic ways of living in harmony with the earth and avoiding damage to the environment. Every year, in September, Laytown is home to the only official strand races in Europe.
Bettystown – Baile an Bhiataigh
Bettystown is a thriving village that has seen much development since the late 1990’s. It has a fine sandy beach and visitors and locals alike enjoy walking along it throughout the year. It has always been a haven for the weary city dwellers of Dublin, many of whom spend summers in the caravan parks. The world famous “Tara Brooch” was discovered on the beach in Bettystown. The leisure centre, Funtasia, is located in Bettystown, for further information, visit www.funtasia.ie
Julianstown – Baile Iúiliáin
Julianstown, a small village, overlooks the River Nanny. Fragments of crosses are a feature of Julianstown. One 15th century fragment commemorates members of the Barnewell and Plunkett families. It is a popular spot to stop off and enjoy food and refreshments in peaceful surroundings.
Drogheda is one of Ireland’s oldest and most historical towns. Chartered in 1194 AD by the Norman King John, the history of the townland extends further back into the folklore of arrival of the Celts in Ireland. Today Drogheda is a large and bustling town with many tourist attractions, including shopping, restaurants, music and activities including fishing on the Boyne, cycling and golf. Visit www.drogheda.ie for further information.
This picturesque maritime village on the north of Dublin enjoys a blend of contemporary chic and traditional Irish charm that has earned it a reputation as a seriously upmarket and cosmopolitan coastal village. In a picturesque village setting of cobblestone streets and traditional shopfronts with a 350 berth marina, 2 km beach and a 12th century castle and a wide array of restaurants, pubs and cafes, Malahide has something for everyone. See www.enjoymalahide.com
This is a prosperous fishing town on the north of Dublin which is known for its character and long sandy beach. Once a thriving fishing port, Skerries still today remains closely connected to the sea with restaurants throughout the town offering catch-of-the-day specials and mouth-watering seafood dishes. Skerries Mills, a 12th century flour mill, has been beautifully restored to its authentic workings and is a popular tourist attraction.
Brú na Bóinne
The Bend of the Boyne, or Brú na Bóinne, has been an important ritual, social and economic centre for thousands of years. Internationally renowned for its elaborate Neolithic passage tombs and contains the largest assemblage of megalithic art in Europe. Brú na Bóinne was recognized in 1993 when it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site (WHS), only one of three on the island of Ireland. The most well known sites within the Brú na Bóinne complex are Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth. All admission to Newgrange and Knowth is through the Visitor Centre, there is no direct access to these monuments. For further information, visit these websites.
Tara – Teamhair
The Hill of Tara is a low-laying ridge located between Navan and Dunshaughlin in County Meath. It is said that a quarter of the landscape of Ireland can be seen from the hill. Tara gets its name from Teamhair na Rí meaning ‘Sanctuary of the Kings’ and it is important as the traditional inauguration site of the ancient High Kings of Ireland. Although few of its monuments survive the test of time, it is an evocative place much celebrated in Irish myth and legend. For more information, please contact:
Stamullen is located to the south of CityNorth and is bounded to the south by the river Delvin. Stamullen has experienced rapid growth over the past few years.
For more information about Stamullen, please visit www.stamullenvillage.com
Hill of Slane
The Hill of Slane is just located outside the village of Slane on the N2.