Bellinter Country House Hotel Meath is a magnificant example of an eighteenth century country house in Palladian style. The House was designed by the renowned architect Richard Cassels (or Castles) who is also responsible for designing the classic Irish Houses Russborough House, Carton House, Powerscourt and Leinster House
Standing majestically on the banks of the River Boyne in the rolling landscape of County Meath, Bellinter House exudes period glamour. We are located just under an hour from Dublin city and Dublin Airport
The grounds at Bellinter are extensive and have sweeping lawns, ancient trees and a number of secluded spots to relax and laze. There is a labyrinth of local footpaths and trails to explore and wellingtons are available for guests to borrow.
For the more energetic hot air ballooning, golf, horse riding and clay pigeon shooting can be arranged locally. With private fishing rights to 3 miles of the river Boyne, a ghillie to assist and gourmet picnics, Bellinter shines on the river.
Bellinter House has been determined by the Irish Government Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government as a building that is intrinsically of significant architectural interest for the purpose of section 482 of the TCA 1997.
Access to the building and grounds is afforded daily, 363 days of the year, and there is no admission charge.