Stay in our beautiful sea side town
Hotels, B&Bs, Apartments and Self Cathering
FOUR SEASONS HOTEL - SPA AND LEISURE CLUB
A stone’s throw from the rambling streets of the beautiful medieval village of Carlingford.
The Four Seasons Hotel offers guests a relaxed, stylish and welcoming environment in which to enjoy fine foods, superb facilities and a friendly atmosphere.
The hotel has 58 well appointed bedrooms and a Full Leisure Centre, which includes an 18 meter pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and gym. Breakfast is served for guests between 7am – 10am daily in the bistro area, or guests can also avail of the luxury of room service.
The hotel was Awarded Wedding Venue of the Year Leinster 2014 in the Wedding Online Awards, Best Wedding Venue in Ireland 2012 and Best Wedding Venue in Co. Louth by weddingdates.ie in 2011,2012 and 2013.
Carlingford Self Catering
Great locations & affordable prices
Situated on a half acre site of matured gardens the property is situated on the outskirts of the beautiful medieval village Carlingford. This large dormer style bungalow boasts 6 double bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, WC, large kitchen/living area and a separate sitting room.
The upstairs area has 3 bedrooms and a bathroom with an electric shower.
Onsite Parking, Central Heating, Wifi Access, Mod cons, Pets allowed, Garden patio.
The outside area has beautiful garden areas suitable for barbecue/ relaxing and has plenty of parking space.
Carlingford Viewpoint B&B
Stunning views for affordable prices
Carlingford Viewpoint Bed & Breakfast Guest House is the perfect place to stay while visiting Carlingford, County Louth on the beautiful Cooley Peninsula or while travelling Ireland’s North East Coast whether on a stag or a hen.
Our unique Motel Style accommodation is the perfect destination for your stay with spectacular views of Carlingford Lough and the Mourne Mountains while overlooking the medieval town of Carlingford and its Anglo-Norman castle. Carlingford is a magical place, the main town on the Cooley Peninsula, a land steeped in Myths and Legends. Full of “old world” character, it is one of the best preserved medieval towns in Ireland.