Monday April 6, 2020

Coyle continues the rollercoaster ride

The owner of Tayto Park, the theme park and zoo near Ashbourne in Co Meath, plans to open a hotel on the site in 2018.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

7th June, 2015
Ray Coyle, owner of Tayto Park, unveils new plans for the attraction Picture: Feargal Ward

Ray Coyle told The Sunday Business Post that the hotel will have 200 bedrooms and will be designed with families in mind, with each room having at least 500 square feet of space.

“All the rooms will be themed, and they’ll be proper family rooms,” he said. “There’ll be a nice bar area where parents can relax, a really good café and restaurant, and indoor activities for when the weather isn’t great.”...

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