Foy View House, Carlingford

From $275 / night

Description from the owner

  • House
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 10

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 10

Type: House

Foy View House, Carlingford

Foy View House No 7 Harbour Cottages is located adjacent to Carlingford Harbour, just a 5 minute stroll from the picturesque village centre, an ideal choice for your family vacation or weekend break. This 5 bedroomed house has an enclosed south facing back garden with patio furniture, BBQ and splendid views of Slieve Foy. A real "home from home experience" with tea in the caddy, ice in the freezer, sugar in the bowl, salt in the seller, soap at the sinks, etc.... all to make your stay more comfortable.

Guests can use the leisure facilities of the Four Seasons Hotel which is very close by - 18 metre swimming pool, jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, ...Read more

About the owner

Eimer McQuillan

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  • Response time A few hours
  • Calendar updated 6 months ago
  • Overall rating
    4.9 / 5.0 based on 32 reviews


Foy View House, Carlingford
Carlingford, County Louth, Ireland

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Additional Location Information

Situated one hour from Dublin and Belfast, the Cooley Peninsula lies in an area of outstanding natural beauty, boasting spectacular coastal and mountain scenery.
The Cooley Peninsula forms Carlingford Lough's southern coast. Once a part of the historical Province of Ulster, the Peninsula lies in County Louth in the Republic of Ireland.
It's a place of fresh green hillsides, woodland, forest mountains and myths.This was the legendary home of the giant, Finn McCool and the setting of Ulster's greatest saga, the epic folk tale of the hero Cuchullain.

Carlingford, the Peninsula's capital, is one of Irelands foremost medieval towns - a market town and sea port with narrow streets still graced with castles and historical buildings bearing witness to its centuries-old history.The many historical buildings include the 12th century King John's castle, the fortified Dominican Abbey dating from 1305,The Mint and The Tholsel, a medieval Toll House, both dating from the 15th century.
Nestled at the foot of Slieve Foy, it gazes across Carlingford Lough to the mountains of Mourne and provides easy access to water and land-based activities, such as golf, sailing windsurfing, and hill-walking. Its sea-faring and agricultural tradition are today reflected in its many excellent restaurants and pubs.

Childrens play ground just minutes walk away
Sailing - across the road
Angling -sea, river and canal
Swimming - Indoor pool, pier and beaches
Adventure Centres
Golf - Greenore, Royal County Down, Newry
Hill Walking - Guided tours for groups or daily visitors.
Horse Riding
Excellent Italian, Gourmet, Authentic & traditional Restaurants, Tea Rooms & Delicatessens.
Historic & Heritage Centres.
Arts & Craft Centres
Cookery Classes
New up and coming local shops including ladies fashion, crafts & jewellery.
All year round events - visit the Carlingford Website & get all the complete tourist information for the Carlingford area.

The Lough's northern shore is formed by the coast of County Down, a narrow green strip of land lying between the sea and the majestic Mourne Mountains which tower above the little Northern Irish towns of Warrenpoint and Rostrevor. From here, the coast road winds eastwards to Newcastle and the Royal County Down Golf Club, rated amongst the world's top ten Championship courses.

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation, Mountain nearby, Rural retreats, Waterfront

Getting There

Nearest airport: Dublin or Belfast, 55 miles
Nearest train station: Dundalk or Newry, 15 miles
Nearest ferry port: Dublin or Belfast, 50 miles
Car is not necessary



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