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Hill of Slane, Slane
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  • Its worth the trip up the hill to visit these ruins. And Slane is a wonderful little village to make your home base for just this reason. Don't forget to visit Boye's Pub downtown for a pint after a d...  more »
  • Stunning views of green lush countryside. Fresh air...stiff breeze. Precarious climb of a ruin ...worth the effort. Interesting historical reference. 
  • Beautiful scenery well worth a trip and costs nothing great adventure for children and adults regardless of the weather 
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  • Love Celtic history! An ancient place with a sense that the ghosts of past are still here and a history to match! Unfortunately, during my visit, young men were using it as a climbing wall, ughhh.
  • lovely place great view of Drogheda on the horizon but the view of that monstrous ugly cement building at duleek sickens me 😠😠😠
  • Easily accessible. Nice views. Historical settlement.
  • Great place to visit. Big car park.
  • About a 15 minute driver from Drogheda. Easy walk to the top of the hill, can be muddy in wet weather. Great view of the Boyne Valley from the top.