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Rock Farm Slane

Glamping & Holiday Homes • Hens & Stags • Weddings • Activities • Farmer’s Market & Shop • Vouchers & Special Offers

Rock Farm Slane Glamping Ireland is hidden in a grove of sculpted sycamore, aged and wizened oak, ash, chestnut and hawthorn forming natural enclosures around the yurts and shepherd’s huts. This grove is surrounded by an undulating wild meadow with an open flat pasture below perched on a ledge of land overlooking the turrets of the infamous Slane Castle. From here you drop down to a secret bathing spot on the mighty but languid River Boyne. This is Ancient land.

This is Ireland.

Our yurts, shepherds huts and holiday homes offer stays for everyone, from single travelers, couples, families and groups of up to 30 people. Relax, unwind and discover inspiring ecotourism.

Our lush fields, meadows, magical forest and river settings will captivate you and your guests on your Big Day. We specialise in bespoke weddings here on a very private part of the Slane Castle Estate.

Ensure the Bride-to-be has the best time ever! Create a truly memorable glamping experience with a diverse range of activity packages and catering options for your group.

Choose from electric bike hire, kayaking, farm tours & more! Our activity packages are a great way to get outdoors and explore the beauty of the Boyne Valley.

Rock Farm is now operating as a NeighbourFood collection point. Shop from Rock Farm and other local producers and artisans.

Looking for a unique gift for someone special? Give a Rock Farm Slane Experience. We have gift vouchers available to purchase from as little as €50

About Us

Rock Farm Slane is a glamping, ecotourism and activity centre and organic farm on the Slane Castle estate stretching for 1.5km along the banks of the River Boyne. The long track to the farm takes in the views of Slane Village and the Hill of Slane beyond as you wind through fields of barley, agroforestry, cows, chickens and horses to the Limehouse Ecolodge beyond which has been built out of straw from the barley around us.

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