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Drumconrath Village

Drumconrath Village lies 17 miles (27 kms) north-west of Kells is the village of Drumconrath, surrounded by small lakes. It can also be accessed via the M1 (Exit 14) from Dublin and is approximately 45 minutes from Dublin Airport.

Drumconrath or Drumcondra (Irish: Droim Conrach, meaning ‘Ridge of Conrach') is a small historic village situated in north County Meath, Ireland. Drumconrath borders Counties Louth, Cavan and Monaghan.

There has been a settlement here since before 200BC evident through the ancient pathways and ringforts at Corstown and Drumsilagh. The battle of Ballyhoe took place nearby of which folklore says that a treasure was thrown into the lake during the battle and when a true Irish Gael on a white horse comes he will swoop into the lake and take it.

The remains of a monastery wrecked by Henry VIII overlook the stunning Lough Braken lake. Here, the stunning views of Mourne Mountains in one direction and the Dublin Mountains in the other can been seen quite clearly.

Set in forested drumlin countryside and surrounded by small lakes, it is a long-established angling centre with many picturesque walking areas. Lough Bracken and the smaller lakes of Corstown and Balrath and the River Dee are situated in this area.

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