Dunboyne, Co. Meath

Dunboyne (Irish: Dún Búinne) is a town in County Meath. it has experienced rapid growth in recent years and is a popular commuter town.

Dunboyne Castle and 18th century mansion replaced the old castle as the seat of the Butlers, Lords of Dunboyne.

There are several championship golf courses nearby, fishing, walking and equestrian are also available in the locality.


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