Accommodation in Ardee

The market town of Ardee derives its name from the folklore tradition of a duel between the legendary Irish heroes, Ferdia and Cuchulainn near the river Dee. The town is situated on the principle road from Dublin to Derry and is the third largest town in the county. There are a number of places of interest in both the town and the hinterland of historic and recreational interest. For the historian there are many archaeological and historical sites including a 14th Century Norman Castle and the strange tale of the “ jumping church ” in Kildemock. The area also offers a wide range of fishing options, golf, woodland walks and equestrian pursuits. Encompassing Ardee is restful and unspoiled countryside. The town is also a major road junction and is an ideal base from which to explore the mysteries of the Boyne Valley and Cooley Peninsula.

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