Oldcastle in County Meath, Ireland is set within the foot-hills of Sliabh na Caillaigh, Oldcastle has a long established reputation for its true Cead Mile Failte, the people of Oldcastle are warm, welcoming, friendly and helpful. Whatever your reason for visiting Oldcastle, be it to hear the world famous Fr Ray Kelly sing at Mass, to visit the magnificence of the Megalithic Tombs at Loughcrew, to stroll in the gardens of Loughcrew Visitors Centre, or to kick back and relax in one of Oldcastle’s traditional Irish Bars, you will find a welcome and a friendliness that has made Ireland a brand name for hospitality and service. (Contact Oldcastle Gardai)
Oldcastle and its surrounding picturesque and ancient landscape is becoming one of Ireland’s most popular national and international tourist destinations.
Oldcastle has everything you would expect from an historic Irish town set in a picturesque landscape, fresh locally sourced food, fresh flowers, fresh locally sourced meat, locally crafted beers, stylish fashion boutiques, convenience shopping in your local Super-value, a little piece of history at Matthews Auction rooms, some me time at Eclipse Expert Skincare Clinic and so much more.
Whoever you do business with in Oldcastle you can be sure that you will receive personal service and a friendly smile. There is ample on-street parking in Oldcastle and this parking is FREE, the local eateries and traditional Irish pubs provide great food and personal service to help you relax after your walk, hike or shopping experience. North Meath has many great locations, however, Oldcastle is famous for its welcome and picturesque setting.
If you are visiting Oldcastle for a holiday, a haircut, a Hen/Stag Party Adventure at Loughcrew Activity Centre, you will find value for money and a hearty welcome.
Oldcastle is a hard-working rural community that has pulled together through good times and bad, and it is this spirit of community that makes Oldcastle an exceptional place to visit and live. Personal service and value for money are the cornerstones of business in Oldcastle. Oldcastle Co-op stands testimony to the long tradition of a community working and pulling together, Oldcastle Co-op not only provides all the raw materials necessary for a hard-working rural community, it also hosts a TEAM of staff that can easily be described as the most knowledgeable and experienced in the business. Be your query about winter feed for your animals or the best insulation to use in your attic, the Co-op TEAM will normally have the answer.
If you need to hire equipment for your renovation or garden make-over Gibney’s Hardware and Hiring service will be able to meet your needs, If you need Architectural and Engineering Services then Michael Hetherton is your man, if you need a recommended Electrician Jim Hetherton, recommended Plumber Alan Tuite, recommended composite Doors and Windows Aidan Cooney, for timber windows and doors Brunton Joinery, full business listings and recommendations can be found on this website.