Great location across the street from the castle. Great restaurant. The room was spacious.
Very happy with my stay at this hotel. Located very near town centre. Room was small but it had everything that you need. Breakfast was included in the price. Would stay here again.
The rooms are fine (although starting to show their age; our bathroom had some issues in the shower) and the location is great, but the rooms overlook the courtyard which is the outdoor area for the pub. Nice if you are in the courtyard, but not so great if you actually want to get to sleep before ...
Very nice hotel located next to a good golf course
Very spacious. I think there should be at least 5people
Highfield House is a great place to stay. It's very close to Trim village and castle. Perfect for people who want a quiet weekend of sightseeing.
An interesting and great place to stay. Lovely people and a great breakfast to last until supper. Definitely recommend.
I think this was the strangest place I've ever stayed. It has a lot of promise - tucked quietly away in a remote corner of a small town off the beaten path. But I could hardly get anyone to check me in and I had to come stand by the front desk to get ANY wi-fi at all. The lady at the desk agreed ...
When you stop by Sheep's Gate, be prepared to be moved to a completely different time.
It resides in Trim, 25 miles from Dublin.
You won't need to panic about finding a hotel. There are 3 in the immediate vicinity. The Knightsbrook Hotel Spa & Golf Resort and Trim Castle Hotel are reasonable choices and they're within 2 miles of Sheep's Gate.
If budget is a concern, do yourself a big favor and stay at the Castle Arch Hotel. This hotel is not only reasonable, but a short commute of 0.4 miles away too.
Hardly any tourists can endure a day of tours and sightseeing without a caffeine fix. Harvest Home Bakery & Cafe is an ideal rest spot because it is near Sheep's Gate. If you're in need of something slightly more nourishing, check out the menu at Franzinis, another dining spot in the area. Finally, order a few rounds of beer and talk to some of the locals while you kick up your feet at McCormack's Pub.