Old and new have been intricately entwined at Moyvalley Hotel & Golf Resort, and the result is truly best of both worlds. From the stately Balyna House to the chic contemporary Moyvalley Hotel, the resort offers an ideal space to unwind and recharge. Moyvalley offers all the modern comforts and luxury of a contemporary hotel, while maintaining the privacy and beauty of an old country estate. The open plan design of the hotel’s public areas allow the flow of natural light, and commands stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Moyvalley boasts a variety of dining experiences for our guests including the Waterways Restaurant, a fine dining restaurant with a refreshing modern feel and the Sundial Bar, a comfortable, casual and relaxed experience with wholesome homemade food. Or perhaps sit back and enjoy a tasty beverage in the relaxed ambience of the Sundial balconies, whilst surveying the breathtaking views around you.
The Moyvalley Resort boasts 94 bedrooms, consisting of a 54 bedroom boutique hotel, a 19th century Italianate mansion with 10 lavishly decorated rooms and 15 original luxury courtyard cottages.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Multi-Channel TV
- Coffee/Tea Maker
- Iron & Ironing board (on request)
Savor a delightful feast for all the senses and relish the elegant setting of the Waterways Restaurant. Each meal is freshly prepared and only selected from the finest Irish ingredients. The restaurant, located on the ground floor, has a capacity to seat 110 guests. From a lunch or dinner treat, romantic Valentines or Special Mother’s day meal to a glittering festive indulgence, the Waterways Restaurant provides a perfect sense of occasion for celebration to exceed expectation.
The Sundial Bar:
Our awarding winning chefs have created delectable menu’s offering wholesome Irish foods. The Sundial Bar, has a local reputation for great service, excellent value for money and an electric atmosphere. (available for group bookings only)
Relax in the luxurious comfort of the Champions Clubhouse. With panoramic 360 degree views of the golf course, the clubhouse offers plush surroundings in which to enjoy a meal and light refreshments in a relaxed atmosphere. A varied menu is available 7 days a week to suit all tastes.
On The Map: Enfield lies just off the M4 motorway in south County Meath, located between the towns of Kilcock and Kinnegad.
Enfield – formerly and correctly called Innfield, the field of the Royal Oak Inn – has associations with Bianconi’s stagecoach road network in Ireland. Going back to Ancient Times, prior to and during the early part of the first millennium A.D., the Enfield area is believed to have been situated on one of the main roads to Tara, the coronation site and seat of the high Kings of Ireland from the 3rd Century until 1022. Located beside the Royal Canal it is a busy thoroughfare. Much conservation and restoration work on the Royal Canal has been carried out by the local community, resulting in a beautiful picnic area. Enfield offers a number of lively pubs on its main street, and also has its own micro-brewery – The Celtic Brew company – which produces the award winning Finians Lager.