Ratoath

County Meath, Ireland

Ratoath is a vibrant and very well served commuter town, centred on the point where the R125 and R155 regional roads meet. In the 2006 census, the population was 7,249, and by 2011 the population had reached 9,043. The Broad Meadow River flows through the town.

Most of Ratoath’s adult population commutes to Dublin to work. More than three quarters of the population travelled to work by car. In 2011 10.9% of the workforce was unemployed compared to the national average of 19%. This may be due to the small percentage of the Ratoath workers employed in the construction sector, with Ratoath having more people than average from higher socio-economic classes.

Ideally Located

Ratoath Local Amenities

Ratoath is one of the best locations to live in County Meath, this can be demonstrated when one looks at the available educational, leisure and sporting clubs available to residence.

Education

Education

Healthcare

Professional Childcare

Ratoath Entertainment & Socialising

THE VENUE Theatre presents dance and music, as well as the best of local and national professional and amateur acts and artists.

Ratoath also has a whole range of local restaurants and Cafe’s, La Bucca, Wau Fusion, Massimo’s, Spice Garden Indian, Fifty50, As You Like It, Caldwell’s Coffee House, Wildflower Cafe and four pubs within the village itself as well as a Supervalu, Tesco, Centra and Spar shop to meet all local shopping needs as well as a number of other local retail businesses and beauty salons.

Fairyhouse Racecourse

Fairyhouse Racecourse is the venue for many of the biggest races of the Irish jump season, with the crowning glory coming on Easter Monday when the holiday celebrations reach fever pitch for the running of the Irish Grand National.

 

Tattersalls International Bloodstock

Tattersalls is the oldest bloodstock auctioneers in the world and the largest in Europe, It’s Europes leading bloodstock auctioneer and is renowned for selling top class National Hunt horses both nationally and internationally. It is located in Ratoath on the Fairyhouse Road.

Healthcare

Professional Childcare

Ratoath Entertainment & Socialising

THE VENUE Theatre presents dance and music, as well as the best of local and national professional and amateur acts and artists.

Ratoath also has a whole range of local restaurants and Cafe’s, La Bucca, Wau Fusion, Massimo’s, Spice Garden Indian, Fifty50, As You Like It, Caldwell’s Coffee House, Wildflower Cafe and four pubs within the village itself as well as a Supervalu, Tesco, Centra and Spar shop to meet all local shopping needs as well as a number of other local retail businesses and beauty salons.

Fairyhouse Racecourse

Fairyhouse Racecourse is the venue for many of the biggest races of the Irish jump season, with the crowning glory coming on Easter Monday when the holiday celebrations reach fever pitch for the running of the Irish Grand National.

 

Tattersalls International Bloodstock

Tattersalls is the oldest bloodstock auctioneers in the world and the largest in Europe, It’s Europes leading bloodstock auctioneer and is renowned for selling top class National Hunt horses both nationally and internationally. It is located in Ratoath on the Fairyhouse Road.

More Shopping a short drive away….
More Shopping a short drive away….

Blanchardstown Shopping Centre – 19mins (17.3km)

Liffey Valley Shopping Centre – 22mins (27.7km)

Swords Pavillions Shopping Centre & Airside Retail Park – 25mins (18.5km)

Ashbourne Dunnes Stores, Tesco, Aldi, Lidl – 10mins (10km)

Other major locations near Ratoath

Other major locations near Ratoath

        O’Connell Street – 35mins (25.8km)

    Dublin Airport – 21mins (25.9km)

Dublin Port – 27mins (31.6km)

Croke Park – 29mins (24.3km)

  Aviva Stadium – 32mins (34km)

Dublin Zoo – 26mins (24.7km)

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