Fishing on the River Boyne

Translated as ‘beside the stream’, Cois Glaisín is set in an idyllic location.

Thanks to the development’s elevated site, every dweller in Cois Glaisín can wake up to a stunning view of the surrounding countryside, guaranteed to raise the spirits on even the dullest of mornings.


For commuters, Cois Glaisín is an ideal choice. The M3 Motorway is just minutes away from the development, and motorists can reach Blanchardstown and the M50 interchange within 30 minutes via this efficient route. Regular buses to Dublin City Centre and beyond operate from Navan Town Centre, making the location a most convenient option for those looking for a stress-free daily commute.


As a well-established and popular community for families of all ages, Navan and its surrounding areas offer a variety of quality schools for both primary and secondary students.

Both St Stephen’s Primary School and Coláiste na Mí Secondary School are within walking distance of Cois Glaisín, but with other schools in the area, you have plenty of choice when it comes to educating your little ones.These include but not exclusively the gaelscoil Scoil Eanna, Navan EducateTogether National School, Cannistown, Lismullen at primary level and St. Jospeh's Mercy Convent, St. Patrick’s Classical School, St. Michael’s Loreto Convent and Beaufort College at secondary level.


When it comes to filling your leisure time, you’ll have a hard time choosing between all the options. Navan itself offers a host of recreational facilities for all ages, including a six-screen multiplex cinema, state-of-the-art swimming pool with attached leisure complex and a choice of excellent all weather athletic tracks and football pitches. Navan racecourse, located close to the town, also offers a full calendar of events for a great day out.

For the sport fans in the family, popular GAA, soccer, tennis and rugby clubs are firmly established in the area, and offer sporting action for every age group. Navan is also an angler’s dream, as it is situated where the Boyne and theBlackwater Rivers intersect. And for golfers, the renowned Royal Tara, Headfort, Killeen Castle and Knightsbrook courses are all in the area.

Parc Tailteann GAARoyal Tara Golf ClubNavan Town CentreThe Royal Meath BarSean McGrane ButchersEarls Kitchen Cafe

Location Map

Local Amenities

  1. St. Pauls Primary School
  2. St. Oliver Plunketts National School
  3. Blackwater Park
  4. Navan Fire Station
  5. Tesco
  6. Navan Shopping Centre
  7. Dunnes Stores
  8. Marks & Spencers
  9. Diamond Digital Cinema
  1. Navan Education Centre
  2. St. Michaels Loreto Convent
  3. Pairc Tailteann
  4. Our Ladys Hospital
  5. Aldi
  6. St. Joseph's Primary & Secondary Schools
  7. Meath County Library
  8. Lidl
  9. Beaufort College
  1. Scoil Eanna
  2. Navan RFC
  3. Ardoyne Hotel
  4. Meath County Council HQ
  5. Bailis Shopping Centre
  6. Navan Business Park
  7. Colaiste Na Mí Secondary School
  8. St. Stephen’sNational School
  9. St Mary's School

Disclaimer: School admission policies are subject to change and should be verified


As an established commuter town, transport links to Dublin City Centre are excellent. There are two junctions onto the M3 both north and south of the town, with a drive time of 30 minutes to Blanchardstown and easy access to Dublin City & Airport. The main N2/M2 route is also easily accessible from the Navan/Kentstown Road (R153) only 0.5km away.

A regular bus service is available with a main bus stop just 5 minutes from Cois Glaisin. For rail links, the park and ride facilities at Dunboyne Train Station are only a 20 minute drive away.

40 minutes
Dublin Airport
Navan Express: 1 hour
Dublin City
30 minutes via M3
45 minutes
Dublin City