Kells & District Tourism Forum

Tourism News from the Home of the Book of Kells

Planning a Trip to Kells?

ConferencingThe Kells & District Tourism Forum can help you plan an itinerary for your group, small or large – we are experienced at this and will make sure to listen to your requirements and provide you with a plan that will enable you to get the best out of your experience in Kells.

From conferencing facilities to half day to full day heritage itineraries, Kells is the ideal place to locate yourself, being a mere 45 minutes drive from DublinDublin Airport and easily accessible from the rest of the country.

Consult with us and put yourself in our capable hands to see the rich heritage of Kells:

  • our rich early Christian heritage and artefacts, the Monastic Site, High Crosses, Round Tower and Columcille’s House (where the Book of Kells was kept and possibly completed)
  • the 18th century Headfort House, on the World Monument List,  with Ireland’s only remaining Robert Adams interiors
  • the 18th century Spire of Lloyd, Ireland’s only inland lighthouse
  • the Teltown/Donaghpatrick complex, where Ireland’s pre-Olympic Games were held and where St. Patrick performed his first formal baptism
  • Martry Mill – a flour mill on the banks of the Blackwater River and operational since 1641
  • and much more!

We can help you with your transport arrangements if necessary, and organise suitable accommodation, restaurants and refreshments when you arrive in Kells.

Contact us now to see what we can do for you in 2014!

Lisburn Historical Society

Lisburn Historical Society visits Kells in June, 2013

Tea Party at Teltown House

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