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Teach Cuailgne

Peggy

A bedroom

Teach Cuailgne is a comfortable family-run bed & breakfast in a luxury dormer bungalow in Carlanstown, just outside of Kells. .A warm welcome is guaranteed with complimentary tea and coffee upon your arrival.

We are within easy reach of Dublin Airport and visitors will find many things to occupy them here, from beautiful golf courses, to gardens, angling, horse riding, and sites of historical interest in Meath, Ireland’s heritage capital - all within easy reach.

The sitting room

The dining room

The O’Reilly home is extremely comfortable and Peggy serves locally made yoghurts and cheeses, along with home made brown bread, using wholemeal flour from the local mill at Martry. That apart, the breakfast menu is extensive and wherever possible, ingredients are sourced locally, ensuring both freshness and quality.

 

Peggy is the complete expert at Golf, along with the rest of the O’Reilly family. Members of the much-envied Headfort Golf Club in Kells, Peggy was the Lady Captain in 2001 and been active on the committee over the past 10 years. She will be delighted to organize the booking of tee-times and equipment at any of the golf clubs in the area. There is even a battery charger at Teach Cuailgne (for those who like to take the easy way round the course). It is to be found in the outhouse along with storage and drying facilities.

So Peggy can help you with the fishing too - all you have to do is pop next door to the local Fishing Club Secretary for advice on the fishing on the River Blackwater, which sweeps its way around the local countryside. Pat McLoughlin, local fishing guide, can guide you on the local waters when pre arranged. The River Blackwater meets up with the River Boyne further downstream, from which it is said the Salmon of Knowledge was caught; you never know your luck.

Though Peggy doesn’t serve evening meals, unwind with some of the books dotted about Teach Cuailgne. On the odd evening you may be lucky enouh to catch Peggy’s son tinkling the keys of the piano, or strumming the guitar, or better still squeezing the accordion into some toe-tapping traditional tunes!

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