About Carlingford

Carlingford is picturesque village with a personality shaped by a long cultural history and lively contemporary scene. Enjoy your time off the mat indoors, by the fire with a book, or socialise with fellow guests. Do leave some time to enjoy the beautiful surroundings though!

Exploring the many historic sights in the village is a good start.

  • King John’s Castle
  • Dominican monastery circa 1500
  • Famine village

Walking and hiking

The many marked routes and quiet boreens (lanes) above Carlingford are ideal for walking and hiking. Hedgerows, dry stone walls, heather and gorse decorate every route. Fresh air, peace and quiet are all there in abundance. Slieve Foy mountain is a very rewarding climb on a free afternoon.

Coastal Walks

The Embankment walk provides suberb views with stunning light morning and evening. The seashore east of the village is a great area to explore.

  • Bicycle hire
  • Sailing: is very prominent with the Sailing Club and Yacht Club
  • Adventure: Carlingford adventure centre
  • Golf: 18 hole links course
  • Eating out

    Carlingford has 14 restaurants. Much of the produce is sourced locally. The lough is famous for producing the best oysters in Europe and seafood is well represented on menus.


There are regular acoustic sessions in the famous P.J. O’Hare’s public house and other venues also host concerts and events throughout the summer.

Attractions in the region.

  • Boyne valley / Newgrange World Heritage megalitic site
  • Cooley Distillery, Dundalk


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