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Carlingford, Cooley Peninsula.

Location and Amenities

The Cooley Peninsula is an area of outstanding beauty. Follow the Tain Trail over the saddle of Slieve Foy from Glenmore down into Medieval Carlingford, enjoying views over Dundalk Bay and down the coast to Irelands Eye and across Carlingford Lough to the beautiful Mourne Mountains. Bathe off one of the sandy beaches the peninsula offers at Gyles’ Quay and Templetown then savour the atmosphere in the narrow streets Medieval walled town of Carlingford, famous for its good restaurants and welcoming hostelries. All only an hour from Dublin and Belfast.


Local Amenities:

Adventure Activites:
Carlingford Adventure Centre

Ravensdale Lodge
00353(0)42 93 71034

Greenore Golf Club
00353(0)42 93 73678 or 00353(0)42 93 73212

Ballymascanlon Hotel Golf Club
00353(0)42 93 58200

Carlingford Sailing Club
00353(0)42 93 73238

Also within an hour’s drive:

Proleek Dolmen

Newgrange/Prehistoric burial chamber 3000BC/World Heritage Site

Hill of Tara/Seat of the High Kings of Ireland

Battle of the Boyne Site

Mourne Mountains

Slieve Gullion Forest Drive

Mellifont Abbey/First Cistercian Monastery in Ireland 1142

Monasterboice Celtic Cross

Trim Castle

Armagh Obseravtory

Navan Fort


Within two hours drive:

Tollymore Forest Park

Giant’s Causeway/World Heritage Site

Exploris Aquarium Portaferry

Cooley Lodge Luxury Self-Catering Cooley Peninsula