Glenmore Cottage is a delightful white-washed building dating back to the 1600s and surrounded by wonderfully peaceful, open countryside. A perfect rural retreat from which to explore the scenic but little-known Cooley Peninsula.
Built in traditional style, the Cottage has a comfortable sitting room with an open fire and TV; 3 bedrooms and a bathroom with shower.
Amenities include a dishwasher and washer/dryer. There are some lovely walks nearby and the popular lakeside resort of Carlingford with its ruined Norman castle, historic building and craft shops, is just 5 miles away.
Glenmore Cottage self-catering accomodation near Carlingford, County Louth, Ireland.
Welcome to award winning 'Glenmore Cottage' self catering accomodation, nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac at the foot of Slieve Foy, the highest peak of the Cooley Mountains with views of mountain and sea from the traditional half door.
The Cottage will sleep seven people and holds the 3 Star award of Bord Failte (Irish Tourist Board). Hill walking, quiet road walking, golf, fishing, sailing and horse riding are all activities that this area has to offer.
A 3 Star Self Catering from the Bord Failte (Irish Tourist Board) and award winner in “Farmhouse Cottages”.
This delightful white-washed building dating back to pre-1800s and surrounded by wonderfully peaceful open countryside. A perfect rural retreat from which to explore the lovely Cooley Penninsula.
Built in traditional style, the cottage has a cosy sitting room with solid fuel stove, TV, Video, 3 bedrooms; 1 double bed, 1 double and single bed, 1 twin bed, 1 cot, a bathroom with shower, a shower room, 2 toilets and a newly fitted kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine/drier, fridge, microwave, etc.
The Cottage is situated close to Carlingford, a town with medieval heritage, and is a winner of the tidy town competition. Omeath, a lovely holiday village, is also close by. Famous for its golf and fishing is Greenore, situated just down the road.
Newry City and Dundalk Town are only a 20 minute drive away and Dublin and Belfast are just over 1 hour away.
The Cooley Penninsula is little known thus totally unspoiled with magnificent views of mountains, sea, and valleys.
County Louth is between Belfast and Dublin with the Cooley Penninsula to the north and Droheda and the Boyne Valley to the south. Louth has a number of important monuments and seaside resorts – the perfect place to holiday.
Medieval Carlingford has a lot to see, including; the views of John's Castle (14th Century), Dominican Abbey ('The Mint'), has interesting pubs and lovely restaurants and holds the tidy town award.