Things to see and do - Dundalk
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Dundalk Travel guide
Dundalk : Michelin's recommendations
County town of Louth, the port of Dundalk on the south bank of the Kilcurry estuary is one of the largest provincial towns in Ireland. The salt-marshes and mud-flats to the East are a haven for wild birds. A medieval town, Dundalk was granted a charter in 1189 and was prosperous until its destruction by Sir Henry Tichbourne in 1642.
Tourist attractions Dundalk : Things to see and do
This granite peninsula offering splendid landscapes looks south over Dundalk bay and north over the saltwater Carlingford Lough. Don't miss the Proleek Dolmen (20min walk there and back from the Hotel Ballymascanlon) dating from 3000 BC. According to..
Mellifont, or «honey fountain», was Ireland's first Cistercian house, founded on the banks of the River Mattock in 1142 by Saint Malachie, together with 4 Irish and 9 French monks. The modern abbey (1938) is in Collon, 5 km north. What remains of the..
Local history, from the Vikings up until more recent times, is depicted on the imposing triptychs in the disused Anglican church. This is the starting point for a guided tour of the city centre. The ruins of King John's castle stand on a bluff that o..
Dublin Road IRL - Drogheda
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In 12 acres of lush, green gardens The Boyne Valley is an elegant 19th-century mansion boasting a 20-metre swimming pool, tennis courts, and a gym. On the M1 road to Dublin, it is less than 30 minutes’ drive from Dublin Airport. Guests can relax in ..
Green Park IRL - Dundalk
Set in the bustling town of Dundalk, this contemporary 14-storey hotel provides 4-star accommodation just minutes away from the M1 motorway, midway between Dublin and Belfast. Close to Carlingford and other local attractions, including Dundalk Ic..
Park Street IRL - Dundalk
The Hotel Imperial is in Dundalk town centre, close to all the major attractions and shops, bars and restaurants. It has free parking, modern bars, a nightclub and coffee shop. The Hotel Imperial Dundalk is next to the town's newest shopping centre,..
IRL - Carlingford
Green Park IRL - Dundalk
Rockmarshall IRL - Jenkinstown
A hugely characterful pub on the coast road, at the foot of the mountains, featuring beautiful flower displays and a wealth of memorabilia. Extensive menus list hearty, flavoursome dishes; specialities include local steaks and seafood.
Newry St IRL - Carlingford
Keenly run neighbourhood restaurant fronted by bay trees and decorated with branches and hessian. Attractively presented, well-balanced modern dishes feature herbs and salad from the garden and seafood from nearby Carlingford Lough. Service is polite..