Places to Stay in Dundalk
Dundalk is a relaxing place unique for its castle and historical sites. Sports fans will enjoy football and football, and everyone will enjoy ample coffee and bar options. Learn about local heritage at landmarks, such as Cuchulainn Castle and Other Sights. While you're here, stop by Louth County Museum and Courthouse. Dundalk is a family- and business-friendly destination with something for everyone.
Whether you're planning to stay for a night or for the week, the area around Dundalk has accommodations to fit every need. Search for hotels in Dundalk with online accommodation deals by checking online maps. These display the areas and neighbourhoods around all Dundalk hotels so you can see how close you are from landmarks and attractions, and then refine your search within the larger area.
Situated near Dundalk, County Louth, Ballymascanlon Hotel is a wonderful four-star accommodation that is steeped in history. The 130 acre estate dates from 833, when it was the seat of the Scanlons of Oriel, County Louth. Today, the family-run hotel offers great hospitality in an informal, yet luxurious setting. The hotel has 97 modern bedrooms, all with ensuite bathroom, direct dial telephone, satellite TV, Wi-Fi access, and tea- and coffee-making facilities.
Set in the tranquil surroundings of Ravensdale Forest, Slieve Gullion mountain and only a short distance from medieval Carlingford, the Carrickdale Hotel, offers luxury, elegance and style. The hotel is located at Exit 20, just off the M1 motorway in County Louth. Their uncompromising level of service combined with a heartfelt Irish welcome provides a sanctuary in which to rest, dine or entertain. With its breathtaking landscaped gardens and contemporary elegance, visiting the Carrickdale Hotel & Spa is a truly unique experience.
Gyles Quay Caravan Park is a 3-hectare site found on the Cooley Peninsula near Dundalk, County Louth. The park boasts an enviable position beneath the Slieve Foy mountains and overlooking Dundalk Bay. It is one of the most historic and unspoilt areas of the North East, with a safe, sandy beach accessible directly from the camping site. The area also offers golf, fishing, mountain climbing and wind surfing. At Gyles Quay, visitors will find a host of four-star facilities.