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  • Friendliness of helpfulness of staff and location close to castle and river. Just a lovely place to relax.

  • Fabulous room and balcony. We were upgraded to suite which was out of this world. Fabulous bed and lovely staircase to mezzanine area. Great bathroom with super shower and tv over bath!! Gorgeous breakfast.

  • We were lucky enough to be upgraded to the Bridal Suite so that was a lovely surprise! The staff were super friendly and very accommodating. We also got treatments in the Spa which were amazing and the Thermal Spa itself was very clean and relaxing.

  • Had a lovely time relaxing in the thermal suite. Really enjoyed the bar food for dinner and entertainment provided that night. Breakfast was gorgeous. Overall a very enjoyable experience. Will be back again

  • We were on honeymoon & were upgraded on arrival. There were lovely chocolates & drinks in the room also.

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Things to do Trim

Trim Castle
Trim Castle, the largest Anglo-Norman castle in Ireland, was constructed over a thirty-year period by Hugh de Lacy and his son Walter. Hugh de Lacy was granted the Liberty of Meath by King Henry II in 1172 in an attempt to curb the expansionist policies of Richard de Clare, (Strongbow). Construction of the massive three storied Keep, the central stronghold of the castle, was begun c. 1176 on the site of an earlier wooden fortress. This massive twenty-sided tower, which is cruciform in shape, was protected by a ditch, curtain wall and moat.
Castle Street
Sheep's Gate
The last remaining gate in a ruined section of the town walls which were built by Geoffrey de Geneville, who occupied Trim Castle during its hey-day in the second half of the 13th century. Access by permission only.
Talbot Castle
Built in 1415, the basement of the castle is believed to be an adapted remnant of the Abbey of St Mary. Access by permission only. asked travellers...

How well restored were the castles in Trim?

the tour through castle was very worthwhile. restoration allowed us to go inside and up the tower
King Johns castle is well worth a visit,, it was used in the film Braveheart
Good not to much so you get the feeling right
Trim castle is great & Tour guide excellent