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Whether you are looking for a refurbished old townhouse, a seaside resort or a modern apartment we have it all and more. Just contact us with your preference and we will take care of the rest. Family Holiday, Golfing Trip, Hen Party, Stag Party, Walking Group or School Tour; we will find you the correct accommodation that sets the scene for the enjoyable getaway you desire.
Why choose our Accommodation?
With great offers and a fantastic portfolio of accommodation. Located inside and outside the heart of Carlingford in County Louth. We provide choices of town houses, duplex, townhouses, hotels, bed and breakfasts and apartments. Each with their own unique features and reasons to stay. They marriage both old and new wonderfully in the Medieval Village of Carlingford.
We are very proud of our growing catalogue, We will ensure that your stay in Carlingford is one to remember with our fantastic Carlingford Accommodation. All properties are furnished to the highest of standards. If you want something different than a typical weekend away then get in touch with our team today.
Carlingford is a magical village, full of character and is one of the best preserved medieval villages in Ireland. Raided by the Vikings in the 8th & 9th Centuries, historical records show that the Vikings occupied Carlingford Lough. They may have used the sheltered harbour as a temporary base, though, this is unclear as no factual evidence, apart from the name Carlingford has been recorded.
With its history and narrow Medieval streets, lanes that lead to the harbour, majestic Slieve Foye mountain and the famous mountains of Mourne across the lough all combine to make Carlingford unique in Ireland.