The Knightsbrook Hotel was recently afforded the opportunity to present its world-class amenities at the inaugural Boyne Valley Tourism Conference and Exhibition. The event was attended by various international and local members in the travel industry, including getaway writers, guides and Meath County business representatives.
On February 27th and 28th, interested parties came together with the aim of "showcasing a unique destination", namely the Boyne Valley. Held at City North Hotel in Gormanstown, the conference displayed the splendour of the region according to four key tourism themes. These were heritage and cultural; sports or recreational and family; business and conference; and food.
Celebrating Boyne Valley
The Knightsbrook Hotel was proud to have Clara Clarke, their Sales and Marketing manager, speak about her award-winning career. She also presented a few unique features the venue possesses that are ideal for business people. The hotel offers contemporary services that cover the themes discussed at the conference. Examples can be found in its:
- Close proximity to world renowned historical sites, such as Bru na Boinne, the Hill of Tara, Trim Castle and the Battle of Boyne battleground
- Access to The Little Knights Kid Club, an incredible golf course, Boyne Valley Bike Hire and the River Spa
- Superb conference venues for various corporate events in Ireland that can host up to 1100 delegates
- Irish hospitality and fine cuisine at the hotel’s Rococo Restaurant, Terrace Lounge or Swift Bar
In addition to industry discussions, a few delegates provided interactive exhibitions, and conference organisers planned a guided tour to the Valley’s iconic and historical sites. Located in Trim, the Knightsbrook Hotel is surrounded by this abundant wealth of attractions and home to fantastic facilities that cater a variety of tourists.
Other noteworthy conference speakers include Dermot Seebery, the food writer and former international 5-star chef, and Henry Mount Charles, the Marquess Conyngham.
Everyone in attendance could attest to the Boyne Valley’s tourist appeal. Should you choose to stay at this spectacular hotel, the value of the region will be highlighted even further.