Things to do in Meath
The Old Rectory
A Boutique Venue in the heart of Trim
We regularly host unique events so if you are looking for things to do in Meath, Ireland during your stay then have a look at our unique events below.
Luxury Food Events
at the Old Rectory Trim
Whether you are looking for things to do in Meath at night or during the day our venue is an ideal choice. We host a wide variety of food events at the Old Rectory Trim.
We hope to expand further into events such as wedding receptions, family get-togethers, business events, and birthday parties.
We cater our services to your needs; if you have an event, we can oblige. Our menus are unique to each event and sample both Irish and overseas cuisine. To book an event, please click below.
Charity & Music Events
Fundraiser for Meals on Wheels
The Old Rectory has hosted numerous charity events, including recent events for Meals & Wheels. We have a pedigree of hosting these events in a very professional and relaxed manner.
Our hostess Sandy is passionate about charitable events, both local and general, and with the backdrop of a local heritage site, we are proud to be able to host any charitable event.
Are you hoping to find something fun to do in Meath?
Have a look at upcoming and recent events hosted at The Old Rectory Trim.
Christmas Market Trim Meath at the Old Rectory
Come join us for some festive fun We will be holding a Christmas Market on Sunday the 21st November at The Old Rectory. Some of the offerings on the day will be Handmade Arts & Crafts, Sweets & Candies, Bric-a-Brac, Antiques, Christmas Decorations So come...
Girls Night Out Package in our Boutique B&B
Heading out with your besties? Check out our Girls’ Night Out package in our Boutique B&B Nothing beats a night out with your besties for fun and laughs. It’s quality time we all need – and look forward to! The chats, the laughs and the banter until the early...
Halloween Events at The Old Rectory Trim
Halloween at The Old RectoryCome for the Halloween events or stay in our Boutique B&B for Puca Festival: We are are hosting a variety of Halloween events this year to mark Samhain - the ancient Irish festival where spirits walk the earth and can interact with the...
Halloween Event – The Black Veil Drama
The Black Veil Halloween EventEvent Details: The Black Veil is written and performed by Joe Purcell (Game of Thrones Actor) and his historian wife Sarah. This play is a haunting Halloween event and romantic drama where Reverend Richard Butler and his wife Harriette...
Kids Halloween Party in Meath 2019
Kids Halloween PartyEvent Details: We are hosting the best Kids Halloween Party this October. This is a daytime event and will be held in our beautiful house located in the centre of Trim town. This event coincides with Púca Festival which is a new National Halloween...
Music by Irish Tenor John McCormack presented by Matt Gilsenan
The Old Rectory is hosting a night of music from Irish Tenor John McCormack on 17th September Presented by Matt Gilsenan at 7.30 pm €15 per person: All proceeds going to Meals on Wheels Text Sandy to reserve your seats:086 233 9229Come along to our charity event on...
Nat King Cole Night at The Old Rectory
The Old Rectory is hosting a night of Nat King Cole on 2nd September Presented by Matt Gilsenan at 7.30 pm €15 per person: All proceeds going to Meals on Wheels Text Sandy to reserve your seats: 086 233 9229 Come along to our charity event on Monday 2nd September for...
What People are Saying
About The Old Rectory Trim
“Exceptional. The Staff was very courteous and caring”
“They gave us some great tips for our trip to Tara. The breakfast was also prompt, large, and delicious.“
“A wonderful period house with grade A service”
“We were made to feel very welcome and the proprietor couldn’t do enough to make our stay more perfect. “
“A pleasant surprise! Exceeded expectations in every way!”
“Sandy was absolutely the best part of our experience! She is charming, gracious, personable and SO funny!“
“Beautiful accommodation, near historic Trim Castle!”
“Well-stocked food. Fed ourselves on fresh eggs from hens in the garden, Irish ham, cheese, and fresh fruit”