You’ve arrived in Drogheda, one of the oldest towns in the Republic of Ireland – and a great place to visit! Located on the Dublin-Belfast corridor on the east coast, Drogheda finds itself mostly in County Louth, its southern fringes in County Meath.

It lies approximately 5 miles from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Newgrange. However, one doesn’t have to go that far to enjoy an Afternoon Tea in Drogheda.

Simply pop into a quality-assured establishment from the list below and enjoy all of your favourite treats and snacks. What’s not to like?

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The history of Drogheda dates back several centuries. Originally it was two separate administered towns in two different territories. These were Drogheda-in-Meath, located in the Kingdom of Meath, and Drogheda-in-Oriel, which was in Uriel (present-day County Louth).

Both settlements became united in 1412. Since then, Drogheda (as a whole!) has enthralled and inspired thousands of tourists every year. Why not make the most of your day out here by stopping in an Afternoon Tea Drogheda venue?

There is never a bad time, after all, to indulge in an assortment of sweet and savoury goodies!