The award-winning, D hotel, a luxury 4 star hotel in Drogheda, County Louth, is located on the banks of the historic River Boyne. This impressive waterfront location includes the Scotch Hall shopping complex and a purpose built pedestrian bridge to the town centre with its many traditional pubs and restaurants. This luxury Drogheda hotel is only 30 minutes drive to Tayto Park! The D Hotel in Drogheda is only 40 minutes from Dublin using the Port Tunnel, only 25 minutes from Dublin airport and only an hour and a half from Belfast, making it the ideal base for a trip to the East Coast of Ireland. The D Hotel in Louth Ireland was proud to be the players hotel for the European Tour 3 Irish Open Golf Tournament which was held at the nearby Baltray Golf Course in 2009.
The 104 rooms at The D Hotel provide a home from home and we offer a range of options – from hotel rooms with superior river views, to penthouse suites and family inter-connecting rooms.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Luxurious Fluffy Duvets
- Crisp White Linens
- 32′ Plasma Screen TV
- Complimentary Broadband Internet Access
Wm Cairnes & Son Gastropub, Scotch Hall, Drogheda opened in June 2012 in the original brewery building of Wm Cairnes & Son Brewery, built in 1825. Wm Cairnes & Son is situated adjacent to Scotch Hall Shopping Centre & The d hotel on the banks of the River Boyne. From January 2013 it is open from 8am serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is live entertainment every Friday and Saturday evening. It is the perfect venue for sport with two big screens showing all the major sporting occasions. It is also home to the finest selection of beers from Irelands craft brewers.
We have just launched a great range of new menus in Jan 2013 which offer a great variety of dishes, sure to tempt any palate.
On The Map: Drogheda is the primary town of County Louth on Ireland’s eastern coast. Drogheda is only 45 minutes north of Dublin City, via the M1 and N1 roads.
Drogheda is one of Ireland’s oldest and most historical towns. Chartered in 1194 AD by the Norman King John, the history of the townland extends further back into the folklore of arrival of the Celts in Ireland. Known as the “Gateway to the Boyne Valley” Drogheda is associated with an extraordinary number of significant events in the history of Ireland – The Battle of the Boyne, St Oliver Plunkett, Poynings Law, Cromwell’s Siege and the surrender of the Irish Chieftains to the English King. Whatever your reason to visit Drogheda you will find many excellent things to see and do.