Electric Bike Hire
Rock Farm Slane has 8 electric bikes available for hire all year round for guided tours, self-guided routes or general hire in the Boyne Valley. These tours are certified as Gold rated activities by Ecotourism Ireland.
Rock Farm Slane offers secure bike parking to our Glamping guests and special discounted offers on electric bikes and normal bikes to guests. We have access to normal bikes, but will require more than 24 hours’ notice for these kind of requests. We are also happy to offer electric bikes to other visitors to the area.
Please contact us for group reservations and more information on our tailor-made tours.
Terms and Conditions apply for bike hire.
Discover Ireland has selected the Boyne Valley as one of the Top Ten Destinations and provides a useful destinations map.
Rock Farm Slane is a founder member of the Electric Escapes Ireland network and uses the same high standard Kalkhoff electric bicycles to provide the longest range and safest travel throughout the Boyne Valley. We provide everything you need including a high-vis jacket and a helmet.
This is truly a grand tour taking in the 3 main destinations in the Boyne Valley: Bru Na Boinne (Newgrange) complex, The Battle of the Boyne site at Oldbridge and the infamous Slane Castle rock venue and soon to be whiskey distillery. We can provide discounted tickets to the above-mentioned attractions. Please add as an option on the form below.
Rock Farm Slane or other starting point >> ROUTE A: Newgrange or ROUTE B: Oldbridge >> ROUTE A: Oldbridge or ROUTE B: Newgrange >> Slane Castle (May to August) >> return to starting point or Rock Farm Slane or Drogheda Station.
3 ½ hours travel time. 1 full day including visits to each tourist attraction.
Easy route, includes some stretches on main roads from November to April or during wet weather.
Rock Farm Slane is a proud member of the Slane Food Circle and has developed this food tour to showcase organic and award-winning produce in the Boyne Valley. This easy route will allow non-cyclists to engage with the beautiful surroundings in the lesser known parts of the Slane and Rathkenny glens. Group and guided tours will have the opportunity to pick their own lunch as they go around, with a fabulous Slane Food Circle picnic and ice cream stop as part of the tour. Please contact us if you would like to join the group or guided tours. Please see our blog post on the Slane Food Circle 25km Food Tour 2014
Rock Farm Slane (open from 9.30am)
Rock Farm Slane (organic farm tour) >> Shalvanstown (organic farm tour) >> Mullagha Farm (Boyne Valley Blue Cheese) >> Cider Mill (Cockagee).Slane Castle Irish Whiskey – distillery tour and tasting (optional)
Please contact us below for reservations and more information on other tailor-made tours to Hill of Tara, Fourknocks, Monasterboice, Navan (Rampart Walk) and other destinations in the Boyne Valley