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Ballymascanlon House Hotel

Ballymascanlon, Dundalk, Co. Louth
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This Victorian mansion is set in 130 acres of woodland and landscaped gardens at the foot of the Cooley Mountains. The elegant house and the modern extension make this a very comfortable hotel that has really stylish bedrooms. Public areas include a spacious restaurant, lounge and bar, together with relaxing reading rooms that retain many original architectural features. There is a well-equipped leisure centre, and The Oak Room banqueting facility proves to be very popular for weddings and family occasions.

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Ghan House

Carlingford
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Dating from 1727, Ghan House oozes charm and comfort. Set in two acres of walled gardens, the house is within 50 metres of the centre of the medieval village of Carlingford, making it an ideal base for walking and touring the Cooley peninsula. Bedrooms are warm and well appointed, either in the house itself or in a converted barn in the grounds. The public rooms are comfortable, featuring log fires and relaxing armchairs; perfect for getting lost in a good book. Food is an important element of the business, with a successful cookery school operating here for many years. Dinner is a highlight of a visit, with an emphasis on artisan produce and, given its location, renowned Cooley Lamb. Breakfast is a real treat with a great choice of fruit comp?tes and preserves.

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Scholars Townhouse Hotel

King Street, Drogheda
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Located less than ten minutes stroll from the centre of Drogheda, this family owned and operated boutique property was formerly a monastery. Built in the late 19th century, many of the architectural features of the period have been retained in this sympathetic refurbishment. This is also the case with the bedrooms; having previously been monk’s cells, space is rather compromised, but they are all en-suite, comfortable, with excellent beds and quality fabrics. Food is an important element of the business enjoyed in this warm and welcoming property. All day dining is available in the Gastrolounge, where craft beers are a feature. Award winning evening dining offered in the Restaurant. Breakfast is also noteworthy. The hotel is situated on an elevated site amid well-tended grounds and secure car-parking.

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