Things to see and do - Trim
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Trim Travel guide
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Trim sits on an ancient ford of the River Boyne. In the 12C Hugh de Lacy, one of the knights who arrived with Strongbow and then made Lord of Meath by Henry II (1172), chose the town as his headquarters, with Parliament sitting there from time to time. To control his territory, which stretched from the Irish Sea to the River Shannon, he divided it into baronies which he granted to his knights.
Tourist attractions Trim : Things to see and do
R 158 IRL - Trim
The magnificent ruins of this medieval castle stand on the south bank of the River Boyne. The entrance is through the east Tower, opposite Dublin Gate. The central keep, built between 1220 and 1225, consists of two great halls with sleeping accommoda..
Castle St. IRL - Trim
This cathedral, now in ruins, was dedicated to Saint Peter and Saint Paul. It was built in the early 13C to replace Clonard Church (south west), and burned by the Irish at the end of the 12C. Its founder, Simon of Rochfort, the first Anglo-Norman bis..
High St. IRL - Trim
Now a ruin, the "Yellow Steeple" from the late 14C gleams in the sun. It marks the site of an Augustine community, St. Mary's Abbey, founded by Saint Malachy of Armagh in the 12C near the spot where Saint Patrick landed in the 5C and conver..
Summerhill Road IRL - Trim
By the River Boyne, the friendly Castle Arch offers large en suite rooms, seasonal food, and free parking. Dublin is a 35-minute drive away. All of the elegant rooms at Castle Arch Hotel have TVs and tea/coffee. Some rooms have a spa bath (subject ..
Dublin Road IRL - Trim
Located in Trim, the Knightsbrook Hotel is set in 186 acres of rolling parkland. It offers a Championship golf course, luxurious bedrooms, fine-dining, pool, and a spa and health club. The air-conditioned rooms at The Knightsbrook Hotel & Golf Resor..