1 Day Seminar – Uncovering the Boyne Valley

We all lead busy lives so much so that we can often we take for granted the heritage of an old wall, building, mound beside the road or indeed the very stone our homes are built from. Funded by Meath County Council and Heritage Council as a part of the County Meath Heritage Plan this… Continue reading 1 Day Seminar – Uncovering the Boyne Valley

Strawbale Building Courses at Rock Farm Slane – Dec 2014

Learn how to re size bales as the building blocks to your construction

Hands-on Straw Bale Building Courses on Live Eco Build 2 Day Course starts Saturday 6th December 2014 – click here to book The straw bale building and natural plastering course will take place on a live building project The Limehouse Eco Guesthouse here at Rock Farm Slane, an organic farm set in the parklands of… Continue reading Strawbale Building Courses at Rock Farm Slane – Dec 2014

Foo Fighters Concert Accommodation

Come for the music - stay like a Rock Star!

So following the announcement last week that the Foo Fighters will be headlining for Slane Castle‘s May 2015 concert Rock Farm are pleased to advise that we will once again be offering luxury concert glamping accommodation for the gig. Stay like a Rock star and be close to the action at Rock Farm Slane Staying… Continue reading Foo Fighters Concert Accommodation

No place like home – The Boyne Valley

Entrance to the chamber

The Boyne Valley is home to many historical sites but now more than ever thanks to Irishcentral.com has the Boyne Valley become a no miss destination for visitors to Ireland. Ranking as the No.1 destination when visiting Ireland The Boyne Valley is also home to Slane Castle, Newgrange and of course Rock Farm Slane your… Continue reading No place like home – The Boyne Valley

Rock Farm from the Sky

We were excited when a guest staying at Rock Farm last month told us they were into Drone photography and offered to provide us with some aerial shots! Check out the results some stunning aerial images showing the glamping site, strawbale development The Eco Guesthouse and Swallows Nest. Credits: Noel Meehan