AddressMaudlins Road, Castle Street Trim, Co Meath TrimSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Set high on a hill, this 18th-century country house has been restored with an eclectic mixture of styles. You’ll find pine furniture and period replicas side by side in the bedrooms, some swirly carpets and deep coloured walls. It’s all a bit overwhelming but the rooms are comfortable enough.
Our independent authors have visited Highfield House and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Trim.
Description provided by property
This award winning luxurious family-run B&B is ideally located on an elevated site with magnificent gardens and boasting superb views of Trim Castle and the River Boyne. Highfield House itself is full of history containing wonderful antique interior features and paintings.
Each of our beautiful guest rooms have private ensuite facilities and are equipped with tea & coffee making facilities, television, telephone and hairdryer. Guests can choose to relax and unwind in our comfortable lounge, or sit out on the patio areas or stroll around our award winning garden. Other facilities include laundry facilities, a baby-sitting service and free Internet access.
Choose from an extensive breakfast menu each morning and get you day off to a great start. Breakfast is included in the rates.
Highfield House is located close to Trim town centre and near to Trim Castle. A range of amenities, attractions and activities are on offer close by including horse riding, golf, fishing, quaint shops, first class restaurants, bars and splendid medieval ruins. Highfield House is the ideal base from which to explore Meath's historical sites including Hill of Tara and the megalithic tombs at Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth.
Check-in from 1pm
Check-out 12 noon
Cancellation Policy is 72hrs in advance
Highfield House has no smoking rooms.
We accept payment by credit card
Services & facilities
- Board games
- Breakfast Included
- Free WiFi
- Laundry Facilities
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