Orley House B&B
AddressBryanstown, Dublin Road DroghedaSee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
Description provided by property
The 4-star Failte Ireland Approved and 'Highly Recommended' Orley House is situated in Drogheda, just 20 minutes from Dublin Airport. An airport pick up and drop off service can be arranged.
Orley House is just opposite an award-winning restaurant and Drogheda town. There are 5 golf courses including Baltray, home of the Irish Open, within 9 kilometres of the property. It is just 9 kilometres from the historic Newgrange and less than a 40-minute drive from the Hill of Tara.
The extensive breakfast menu is a real treat, and features local farm produce and homemade brown bread. It is served in the beautiful conservatory, with views of the pretty garden.
Staff have great local knowledge of the area, and golf tours can be arranged. Free internet access on a guest computer is available, and free Wi-Fi is accessible. Ground-floor rooms are also available, and on-site parking is free.
Rooms are spacious and equipped with pleasant extra touches including blackout curtains, bathrobes, luxury linens, an LCD flat-screen TV with satellite channels, DVD player, and a tea/coffee tray. The modern bathrooms have thick towels, quality toiletries and a hairdryer.
Guests are asked kindly to state clearly upon booking their room if they will be arriving after 7pm. Please note that unfortunately we are unable to accommodate hen and stag parties.
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