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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.

Dining

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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