Cosy little cottage in beautiful medieval Carlingford, Ireland

Cosy little cottage in beautiful medieval Carlingford, Ireland




Jun 2011

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
2 Bathrooms

About our home

"Where the mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea" (William Percy French, 1854-1920)

Situated in a quiet cul de sac of ten houses in the medieval town of Carlingford Co. Louth. Decorated and extended in the last three years, with everything you could require for a wonderful trip to Ireland.

One bedroom, with queen size bed incorporating a large ensuite bathroom with a power shower. Inviting living room with open fire place with a window that looks out to the 12th century Dominican Friary!

We also have a utility area leading to a galley kitchen opening into dining/living area. There is a second shower room and WC off this room. Double doors lead out to the back patio with BBQ and dining area.


More about us

  1. I am Gabrielle, married to John for 37 years. I was born and raised in Carlingford but have lived in Dublin for the last 40 years. 7 years ago we bought our little house and love nothing more then relaxing in Carlingford. I have lots of family in the area and feel privileged to be able to call this little corner of Ireland my home.

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Where is it?


Voted as one of Europe's destinations of excellence, Carlingford is situated on the shores of the Irish Sea tucked away in a very secluded Lough at the foot of Slieve Foy Mountain. It is a very beautiful, picturesque medieval town pacted full of heritage and history dating back to the 8th and 9th century when it was raided by the Vikings.

Activities are endless in Carlingford, where be it hill walking, golf, swimming, sailing, tennis, horse riding, in fact, there is very little you can't do. There are 14 restaurants in the town serving the finest Irish cuisine as well as many traditional pubs where the local talent preform. There is live music nearly every night of the week and sets a fantastic tone to wind down on the perfect day.

Day trippers love to come to Carlingford at the weekends as it's 1 hour from Dublin and 1 hour from Belfast, but when Monday come's around, the village transforms back to the quiet little town where visitors come to get away from it all.

Carlingford is located 5 miles South of the border to Northern Ireland. A 20min drive North and you will enter another country!

But don't take my word for it go to and and see for yourself. There are many events scheduled through out the summer guaranteeing lots of fun and frolics :)

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