Knightsbrook Hotel & Golf Resort is one of Ireland’s most prestigious and exciting life style developments, promising a combination of luxury and modern sophistication. Set in 186 acres of rolling parkland Knightsbrook Hotel & Golf Resort offers a contemporary hotel, health club & spa, championship golf course, holiday homes and property all located 26 miles from Dublin in the picturesque heritage town of Trim.
Knightsbrook Holiday Homes
Adjacent to the Knightsbrook Hotel in an attractive courtyard setting are twenty eight self catering holiday homes. Each house has three spacious bedrooms with two bedrooms located upstairs, one of these bedrooms has 1 double bed and 2 single beds as standard and the other bedroom has 1 double bed & 1 single bed. The third bedroom, a double bedroom is located downstairs. All bedrooms are ensuite and have contemporary décor with rich creams and warm reds and browns.
The houses all have an individual garden terrace area with its own miniature putting green, the perfect place relax on a warm summers evening. There is a dvd player in each houses. Knightsbrook Holiday Homes enjoy easy access to the Knightsbrook Hotel, Leisure & Spa and Golf facilities. The health club facilities include a high tech gym, swimming pool and wet spa with herb sauna, salt grotto and steam rooms available free of charge to guests of the Holiday Homes. Welcome Pack can be arranged at an additional charge and includes – Carton of Milk, Orange Juice, Tea/Coffee/Herbal Tea / Sugar/ Biscuits…..
Heating and electricity is charged at the rate of €10 per day and is payable at the time of booking.
Guests can also benefit from discounted resident green fees for the 18 hole championship Knightsbrook Golf Course designed by Christy O’Connor Jnr. Trim has an excellent public playground & local swimming pool.
Situated in Trim, Co. Meath, a designated heritage town, famous for its magnificent Norman Castle, Yellow Steeple and beautiful streets, Knightsbrook Hotel and Golf Resort is only 26 miles from Dublin City Centre.
Built to the highest four star standard, Knightsbrook Hotel offers a unique experience in timeless opulence combined with modern sophistication. Each of the 131 deluxe executive rooms with all the facilities a discerning guest requires. There is a choice of dynamic bars, good wines and creative food to delight the palate. This landmark hotel also has extensive conference facilities for 1500 delegates.
Knightsbrook Health Club & Spa
There is an extensive health club with swimming pool, Jacuzzi, Rasul, salt grotto, herb sauna, foot spas and steam room facilities available to guests, who may also choose to experience indulgent pampering treatments in the health & beauty spa.
An 18 hole championship golf course, designed by Christy O’Connor Jnr, Knightsbrook, is a natural parkland course featuring many signature holes. This stunning course provides golfers with a challenging golf experience amidst a beautifully sculptured landscape.
Guests have a wide choice of activities on their doorstep during their stay at Knightsbrook Hotel & Golf Resort. There is something available for everyone from golf and fishing to heritage tours and rock concerts….
Within a short driving distance of Knightsbrook Hotel & Golf Resort is a challenging choice of championship parkland and magnificent links courses.
Knightsbrook Hotel & Golf Resort’s own this new championship parkland course which has been designed by Christy O’Connor Jnr. A challenging creative course you will enjoy views over lush local countryside and be intrigued by demanding water features. This course will have a magnificent club house and luxury spa golf shop to complete the perfect offering.
Co. Meath Golf Club This parkland course is located of the historic town of Trim is within walking distance of Knightsbrook Hotel. The course provides a challenge to all golfers in a magnificent setting. The club also offers excellent locker room facilities. After your round of golf reward yourself and relax in the modern club house.
Glebe Golf Club Glebe Golf Course is situated one mile from Trim town centre on the Kildalkey Road and is easily accessible from surrounding areas. The course has 18 holes and is set in natural parkland, with mature trees and gentle rolling terrain. This par 73 course offers a keen game to even the most experienced of golfers.
Headfort Golf Club Headfort Golf Club, based in the historic town of Kells, is considered one of Ireland's most scenic golf courses. Headfort has recently expanded to become Leinster¹s first 36 hole complex with the addition of a new, Christy O¹Connor Jnr. designed, championship course. With the River Blackwater sweeping though and featuring on 13 of 18 holes, Headfort Golf Club is the definitive "must visit" on any golfing itinerary.
Laytown and Bettystown Golf Club This traditional links course is reputed to have a tough par of 71. This is County Meath's only links golf course. Professional Tour golfer, Des Smyth started his golf career here. You will certainly enjoy a good round of golf as there are some excellent holes on this stretch of links land. This beautiful golf course provides an excellent opportunity to test your golf.
Rathcore Golf and Country Club The course may be described as parkland but this would not be sufficient. The defining features of this 18 hole golf course are the 2 ring forts, the motte and the numerous natural springs that enable 12 of the holes to have water features. All greens have been shaped by Ollie Sutton who has worked on some of the finest courses in Ireland.
Navan Golf Club Navan Golf Course is located on the lands of Navan Racecourse. It is a challenge for even the most experienced of golfers with a total length of 6082 metres. A bonus for the winter golfer is the excellent sand based greens. The course is popular with golf societies, and everyone from beginners to the very experienced are always welcome. The adjoining driving range allows you the opportunity to improve your swing.
Royal Tara Golf Club This world famous parkland course is in the heart of Co. Meath adjacent to the Hill of Tara, ancient home of the High Kings of Ireland. It is a scenic tree lined course of average length with various degrees of difficulty. Well worth playing on a visit to the Knightsbrook Hotel.
South Meath Golf Club The Knightsbrook Hotel, is only a short distance from this very pleasant parkland course. The course was designed with wide fairways and beautiful mature trees. The generous greens provide an extra bonus. If you are seeking a challenge this course will provide the test!
Bellewstown Golf Course Bellewstown Golf Course is a new championship length parkland course built by the Leonard family on their 150 acre farm which was originally part of the Hilltown Estate. This par 72, pay and play facility promises to be a challenging and enjoyable experience for golfers of all levels.Flanked by the River Bradden to the North, the course rises to the road running along the top of the Hill of Crockafotha. The natural setting commands spectacular views of rolling countryside, the Mourne Mountains and the sea. It features natural undulations, superb water hazards and is surrounded by magnificent mature trees and grazing cattle.
Defined by the Knightsbrook River, a tributary of the River Boyne, Knightsbrook Hotel and Golf Resort is a great location for fishing enthusiasts both novice and experience alike. The Boyne, and its tributaries, offer possibly the best native Wild Brown Trout and Salmon fishing in Ireland all within a short distance of the hotel. There is a choice of six rivers in the area and we will be delighted to organize permits for you and a certified guide to escort you to the best spots on the river. For those who would like to try sea fishing, Carlingford Lough is within driving distance of the hotel where you can fish for Cod, Bass and Pollock.
Trim, a designated heritage spot, is renowned as one of Ireland’s most beautiful towns and has something to offer everyone. With the largest and most impressive Norman castle in Ireland King John’s Castle, the intriguing Yellow Steeple, beautiful streets, parks and walks, summertime floral displays, it is a haven of relaxation and tranquility.
County Meath is known as the Royal County and was once the territory of the High Kings of Ireland. The abundance of historical monuments within its boundaries today testifies to the ancient importance of the region. Virtually every important aspect of Irish history from prehistoric times is associated with the county.
Newgrange, Bru na Boinne ( Irelands leading “World Heritage” designated site)
Hill of Tara
Kells Heriage Town
Oldcastle and Loughcrew
Battle of the Boyne Site
Within driving distance is ….
Slane Castle - site for major music concerts
Dalgan Park - home to missionaries and priests and open today as a visitor centre.
Sonairte - Irelands National Ecology Centre, not to mention four stunning gardens,
The nearby Newgrange Farm offers an insight into a genuine working farm with traditional farm animals and a display of vintage machinery.
For the racing enthusiast, Navan Racecourse is on our doorstep and Fairyhouse, home of the Irish Grand National is only a short drive from the Hotel. There are also numerous equestrian establishments nearby.