Oyster Haven ,Carlingford Lough, Louth, Ireland

€2,625 / week
- 4 Bed Beds - Bathrooms

Five Star

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  • Phone : 091 511111

Description

(Reference number: 58412)

Stunning 5 star property with uninterrupted sea views of Carlingford Lough and the Mountains of Mourne. We are in the village yet on a quiet country road. (Christmas bookings now available)

Oysterhaven has 4 spacious bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Sea views from all the windows upstairs and down. The Bedrooms are located downstairs and the living and kitchen area is upstairs. The house is decorated to an exceptionally high standard. Situated 1 hour from Dublin and Belfast.

Voted European destination 2012. A private house beautifully decorated, comfortable, spacious, 250 sq. mts less than 5 minutes walk to centre of the village. Carlingford is situated within the idyllic Cooley Peninsula, 1 hour drive from Dublin and Belfast.

A secret hidden gem, the village is steeped in historical heritage. It's village also boasts a variety of fine restaurants, pubs, cafes and boutiques. Carlingford Adventure centre is located in the centre of the village and offers a wide range of outdoor activities.

Carlingford Lough offers dramatic views of the Cooley Mountains.The Activity centre includes, Sailing, rock climbing, kayaking, etc. Experience mountain walking with spectacular views. Something for everyone!

RATES:
Weekend: From 195 Euros per night
Midweek: From 149 Euros per night



Carlingford Information
Carlingford and The Cooley Peninsula are situated in the north east corner of county Louth, midway between Belfast and Dublin. The area as a whole and Carlingford in particular has a rich historical heritage primarily because of the Tain Bo Culainge or the Cattle Raid of Cooley, an ancient Irish saga.

The Cooley Peninsula is roughly divided along a north westerly/south easterly line with fine fertile soil to the south west and rugged mountain terrain to the north east, the Cooley Mountains (highest point Sleive Foy, 588 metres) are ideal for walkers and hikers of all experience levels and form, and with Carlingford Lough dramatic views from wherever you are in the peninsula.

Carlingford and Cooley also has a number of important pre-historic and medieval sites, especially within the confines of Carlingford itself. For instance, the village itself is dominated by the remains of King Johns Castle, the first major construction in Carlingford’s history built in the twelfth century. Other fine examples of religious and secular buildings dating from the twelfth century onwards can also be seen in the village.

Carlingford has a deserved reputation for hospitality, with some of the finest restaurants and friendliest pubs in Ireland, it also offers a wonderful array of finest quality accommodation from hostels to hotels and a multitude of different things to do.

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