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Cheap Hotels in Dundalk

110 reviews by TrustYou
Armagh Road
1.5 Miles from the centre
per night from £72
(price for Tue, 04 Jun)

Keernaun House B&B Hotel

Dublin Road, Cocklehill
3 Miles from the centre
per night from £57
(price for Tue, 04 Jun)

Lismar Guesthouse Hotel

439 reviews by TrustYou
Stapleton Place,8-9
< 0.1 Miles from the centre

A charming Victorian townhouse in the heart of the lively town of Dundalk, Glen Gat House is a superb base to explore the unrivalled beauty of County Louth from. Boasting spacious bedrooms, many with original period features, guests are assured a comfortable stay. In Dundalk visitors can discover the area’s fascinating past at the County Museum, explore the Oriel Cultural Centre at Dundalk Gaol, and just a short drive away lie the likes of Newgrange passage tomb, the idyllic Boyne Valley and Trim Castle. Dundalk Bay, Carlingford Lough and the Cooley Peninsula all reveal the area’s renowned rugged landscape.

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per night from £71
(price for Tue, 28 May)

Lynolan House Hotel

Mullagharlin Road (South),
1.9 Miles from the centre

A wonderfully spacious home just 40 minutes from Dublin Airport, Lynolan House offers a genuine County Louth welcome to all guests. Pampering guests with superb hospitality for more than 20 years, host Evelyn Carolan provides comfortable family rooms and sumptuous breakfasts including home baking. Only 4km from Dundalk, visitors can avail of assistance in planning trips to the like of Monasterboice, Mellifont Abbey, Newgrange, the Boyne Valley and the beautiful Mourne Mountains. Great golf and outdoor activities are available in the area and guests can avail of the house’s private car park.

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per night from £79
(price for Tue, 04 Jun)

Krakow Hotel

242 reviews by TrustYou
190 Ard Easmuinn,
0.7 Miles from the centre

A spacious, modern bungalow in the heart of Dundalk, County Louth, guests can enjoy superb hospitality at Krakow bed and breakfast. A family-run home, guests can enjoy the area’s beautiful scenery and host Marian Witherow’s excellent local knowledge. Visitors can discover the exceptional ancient passage tomb of Newgrange in neighbouring Meath, admire Mellifont Abbey, explore the idyllic Cooley Peninsula and St. Nicholas’s Church in the town itself. A number of golf courses are within reach of the house, as are breathtaking scenic walks. Off-street parking is available.

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per night from £79
(price for Tue, 04 Jun)

Heritage Hotel

225 reviews by TrustYou
Haynestown Bridge,
1.9 Miles from the centre

A large, modern home in scenic County Louth, Heritage bed and breakfast offers authentic Irish hospitality. Only 3km from the pretty seaside village of Blackrock and 4km from bustling Dundalk, guests can enjoy the majestic scenery of Dundalk Bay and the rugged Cooley Mountains. Visitors will have an enjoyably busy stay with horse riding, water sports, mountain walks, beach strolls and golf all within reach of the house. Host Teresa Byrne pampers guests with delicious breakfasts and gladly shares her wealth of local knowledge. Private car parking is available at the house.

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per night from £79
(price for Tue, 04 Jun)

Ballymascanlon House Hotel

551 reviews by TrustYou
Carlingford Road (R173)
3.2 Miles from the centre
per night from £146
(price for Tue, 04 Jun)

Hotels in Dundalk

Dundalk, a gateway town and medieval market settlement, overlooks photogenic Dundalk Bay and has been an area of human habitation for well over 5,000 years.

Where to visit:

St Patrick's Church

Unusually large for a town, St Patrick's Church is a fine Gothic-style building that was pioneered by the Irish architect Thomas Duff, who designed numerous famous landmarks such as the National School of Belfast and St Patrick's Cathedral of Armagh.

Louth County Museum

For some deep insight into local history, visit the Louth County Museum, which is housed in a charismatic Georgian building that was originally a warehouse. The venue, which celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2014, showcases artefacts dating as far back as the Stone Age and is regularly open to visitors.

Darver Castle

This fortified tower was established in the 12th century and, unlike many other medieval Irish landmarks, was not damaged by any wars. Today, Darver Castle is an exclusive wedding venue and one of the most luxurious and popular Dundalk hotels.


If you're looking for delicious Irish classics, choose the Windsor Bar & Restaurant, or consider the Fitzpatricks Bar and Restaurant for other scrumptious Irish and European dishes. The Eno Bar & Grill, meanwhile, is renowned for its excellent Mediterranean cuisine, while Darver Castle offers delightful Irish, English and European dishes in its truly romantic medieval setting.

Other hotels

For spacious, lush surroundings and tastefully designed accommodation, book a stay at the affordable Carrickdale Hotel, or consider the stylish and modern Crowne Plaza Hotel Dundalk, another value-for-money option.

What to see nearby:

See the remarkable 17th-century Bellingham Castle, which is one of Ireland's finest hotels and another luxurious venue for weddings. The castle is still the home of the affluent Bellingham family and replaced a much older castle that was destroyed in 1689.

Visit the attractive coastal resort of Clogherhead, which overlooks a tranquil sandy beach and is popular with holidaymakers during the school summer holidays. Dundalk is also just a short drive from Slieve Foye, a 589m mountain offering superb views over the surrounding valleys and the Irish Sea coast.

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