Sylvan setting in Slane...

Discover the character and charm of ‘Boyne House Slane’, a recent restoration in the historic Manor Village of Slane, Co Meath, gateway to the Boyne Valley, and birthplace of Ireland’s Ancient East.


Boyne House Slane is a former rectory dating from 1807, magnificently renewed, whilst retaining much of its original features to offer luxury accommodation comprising 10 guest bedrooms offering exceptional levels of comfort and style, the perfect retreat for the visitor after exploring 5,000 years of history and culture in the area.


Discreetly tucked away behind the centrally located Village Garden and recreation area, ‘Boyne House Slane’ is set in its own grounds, comprising a small patch of woodland with well-aged Copperbeech, Poplar and Chestnut trees.


Family Tree


Boyne House Slane is the newest addition to the Land and Heritage Family which includes nearby Tankardstown Country House and Restaurant (7kms drive) and the even closer Conyngham Arms Hotel which is located directly across the street.  All our sibling properties are very close, caring and sharing and working together so if one property is unavailable we are happy to recommend the others as an alternative...


History on our Doorstep


Originally named Cillghrian Glebe, the property was built in 1807 as a rectory or Glebe. The name Cillghrian, sometimes anglicised as Killrian, derives from the words ‘cill’ for church and ‘grian’ which translated as ‘land’ giving the house the simple name ‘church land’. The house retains many of its original features complete with excellent joinery, plasterwork and chimneypieces.