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The country's capital, Dublin, is located roughly 35 miles to the east of Kinnegad.
Feel like enjoying some time chilling out with the beautiful ocean as your backdrop? Brittas Bay Beach is 60 miles away from Kinnegad. Sitting 40 miles away, Donabate Beach is another impressive option.
You won't have to travel too far to experience some outstanding natural sights. Pack up the car and make your way to Trim Visitor Centre, 15 miles away from Kinnegad, for a relaxed day. Or perhaps Hill of Allen is more your cup of tea? You'll find it 19 miles away.
Located 20 miles away, Pairc Tailteann is a favourite for Gaelic football enthusiasts. Pack a few pieces of green and gold and time your stay with a live game featuring the home team, the Meath GAA. You can also encourage and cheer on the second home team, the Meath GAA.
Venture further afield and see what's going on in Mullingar, 10 miles to the west. Lots of travellers come here for Mullingar Sailing Club and the Mullingar Arts Centre. Alternatively, Delvin is 10 miles to the north of Kinnegad. Stop at this destination for easy access to the Athboy Karting Centre and the Delvin Castle Golf Club.
Take a day trip and visit some attractions in Trim. This place is 15 miles away and close to Trim Castle, the Trim Heritage Centre and the Sheep's Gate. That being said, don't miss Royal Ireland Gifts (Siopa an Caislean and Talbot Castle & St Mary's Abbey either.
"There is no love sincerer than the love of food," according to George Bernard Shaw, but throw travel into the mix and it's a match made in heaven. You're invited to indulge in two of your greatest loves by eating and drinking your way across Westmeath.
Once you sit down and scan a menu at a café or restaurant, you'll notice that mutton and pork are a couple of ingredients commonly used in the local cuisine.
When the locals talk about their food, you could hear Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) or bacon and cabbage (pork back boiled with cabbage and potato) uttered a few times. These signature recipes form part of the region's identity and should be on any foodie's must-eat list.
Sweet seedcake loaf is a dessert that summarises this place in just one bite. Put in an order for a serving and then get another one to go!
For those who love a satisfying pint, look for a cosy bar and ask for Murphy’s Irish Stout. Enjoy it with a side of storytelling and mixing with the locals.
Every year on the 17th of March, Saint Patrick's Day occupies a special place in the locals' hearts. It offers a fantastic chance to learn about the nation's history and let your hair down while you're at it!
Time to go home? Be sure to catch your last sunset in the stunning Westmeath region before you say your last goodbye.
Are you wondering where the closest airport is? Well, it's Dublin Airport (DUB) and you'll find it 35 miles east.