Located just minutes drive to the M1 and the train station this is an excellent property for commuters as both Naul and Stamullen/Gormanston have quick easy access to the M1 motor. Also within a short driving distance is Balbriggan and Gormanston train stations. Bus services can also be gotten from both Balbriggan and Gormanston with buses from Drogheda to Dublin passing through approx. every 30 mins. It is an excellent commuter property and is the right side of the toll bridge heading South bound. If one is not a fan of using the motorway as a means of travel there is also easy access to older routes to Swords, Dublin, Drogheda, Ashbourne etc. using what is commonly called “back roads”. These roads are nestled in fields and beautiful views.
There are numerous heritage trails in the surrounding area for those who like a day out or some leisurely walks while taking in local history. You can find all you need to know about these on tourism Ireland.
In Naul there is a coffee shop called the Seamus Ennis Centre dedicated to the memory of Irish Musician, folklore and music collector, Séamus Ennis, The Séamus Ennis Cultural Centre plays host to some of today's foremost musicians, songwriters and Artists.
The Venue's intimate performance space is regarded by many as one of the Irish music scene's best kept secrets, while The Parlour, The Cottage Café and adjacent rooms throughout The Cottage all provide a home and inspiration for stories, art, poetry, music, song and dance.
The name Fourknocks comes from the Irish 'Fuair Cnocs' which means 'The Cold Hills'. The mound is part of a complex of small sites in the area, and is significant to Newgrange because it is aligned with the line of Winter Solstice sunrise from Newgrange. Strangely though, the Fourknocks mound is not visible from Newgrange.
A number of individuals were interred in Fourknocks, with deposits of cremated and inhumed remains found in both the passage entrance and in the chamber.
There are numerous other historic sites within a short driving distance of the area. All these can be found on sites such as tourism Ireland.
Unit 9 Alderwood, Stamullen, Co. Meath
(+353) 01 8418100
(+353) 01 8418102
Monday - Friday 9:30am - 5.30pm (closed for lunch 1pm-2pm).
Saturday by Appointment.
Evening Viewings by Prior Appointment.