Shop. Pub. Restaurant. Beach. Lakeside 880 yards.
GF: lounge/kitchen/diner, dining room, utility room, conservatory, double, 3 kingsize doubles 1 with ensuite bathroom 1 with ensuite shower room. FF: games room (pool table), double with two singles with ensuite toilet only.
Electricity and oil central heating included, open fire with starter pack, linen and towels included, travel cot, high chair, stair gate, CD, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, underfloor heating, w/machine, dryer, internet access, hairdryer, alarm clock, uk tv channels, welcome pack, fully enclosed garden, patio area, decked area, patio furniture, bbq, private off road parking, hot tub. Sorry no pets. ~The owner may ask for EUR150 security deposit on arrival which will be returned by arrangement with the owner.
Enjoy stunning views of the sea Lough, and the Mourne Mountains from the outdoor hot tub, relax in the spacious private garden or share time with friends in the games room on the full size American pool table. The ground floor of the house is designed around an open plan kitchen and living area with a large open fire, perfect for entertaining with friends. The sun room provides the perfect backdrop for dinner with unique views of the Mourne Mountains and Lough. Also on the ground floor is the main bathroom with bath and shower, 4 bedrooms, 2 of which are en-suite and provide super king(2), king-size(1) and double (1) options. Situated behind the kitchen is the utility room with washing machine and dryer provided. The first floor hosts a balcony, the games room and fifth bedroom, the family room with a double and two single beds and also an en-suite toilet only.
Facilities offered at the house include, electricity and gas cooking options, oil fired central heating or open fire option, flat screen TV with digital TV channels, CD player, microwave, fridge and freezer, dryer, internet access, fully enclosed private garden, patio area and BBQ, patio furniture and decked BBQ area.
~ Pay as you go Wi-Fi Internet access is available for use during your stay.
~ Carlingford is situated almost equidistant from Belfast and Dublin on the southern shore of Carlingford Lough and at the foot of Sliabh Foye. Carlingford has a deserved reputation for hospitality, famous for its traditional local pubs and a series of award winning restaurants, the choice is endless. From gourmet meals before the hearth in a country house hotel to beautifully judged fish and seafood and tender Cooley lamb in atmospheric bistros looking out to cobbled streets, to charming cafes.
~Carlingford Heritage Centre is located in a beautifully restored Medieval Church which has retained its original function as a Place of Assembly. The Heritage Centre has on permanent display the documented history of the town with the first references to the Vikings in the area circa 850 AD, through the Norman and Medieval eras and into modern times. This historical exhibit is embellished with maps, drawings, illustrations, photographs and a DVD presentation for all to enjoy. Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 10.00 – 12.30 and 2.00 – 4.30pm. and entrance is free See: http://www.carlingfordheritagecentre.com
~ Carlingford, or King John’s, Castle is located on the southern shores of Carlingford Lough.
The original castle consisted of an enclosed courtyard with two rectangular towers at the entrance and two-storey buildings within.
Fishing – Sea 0 yards. Childrens Playground, Walking – Hill .5 miles. Fishing – Course 3 miles. Horse riding 4 miles. Cinema, Leisure centre and indoor pool, Golf 6 miles.