Visit and stay in self catering homes in Louth

Why visit County Louth?

County Louth on Ireland’s Ancient East is located midway between Dublin and Belfast and just 20 minutes from Dublin Airport and approximately one hour from Belfast.

Louth is known as the land of legends, ancient stories, heroes and Kings.  The River Boyne Visitor Centre, Tain Bo Cuailgne The brown bull of Cooley), Salmon of Knowledge and Cuchulainn are all worth a visit and give a fascinating insight to ancient Ireland.

Louth has many vibrant town including Carlingford, Drogheda and Dundalk

Why visit County Louth?

County Louth on Ireland’s Ancient East is located midway between Dublin and Belfast and just 20 minutes from Dublin Airport and approximately one hour from Belfast

Louth is known as the land of legends, ancient stories, heroes and Kings.  The River Boyne Visitor Centre, Tain Bo Cuailgne The brown bull of Cooley), Salmon of Knowledge and Cuchulainn are all worth a visit and give a fascinating insight to ancient Ireland.

Louth has many vibrant town including Carlingford, Drogheda and Dundalk

Eating in Louth

Scholars Townshouse Restaurant:
King Street Drogheda


D’arcys:
located on Tholsel Street in Carlingford

Things to do in Louth

Explore Louth Heritage Trail: There are 3 different routes to take through the Land of Legends
Route 1. Drogheda & Louth Coastal Villages
Route 2 Dundalk & The Cooley Peninsula
Route 3. Mid Louth & The Boyne Valley

Carlingford Adventure Centre: Enjoy lots of Adventure activities at the Carlingford Adventure Centre from rock climbing, kayaking, canoeing, archery and aero ball.  This is a great adventure centre for families or for a group travelling together

The Boyne Valley Garden Trail: The Boyne Valley Garden Trail offers those with an interest in gardening to explore contemporary gardens in the Boyne Valley.

Eating in Louth

Scholars Townshouse Restaurant:
King Street Drogheda


D’arcys:
located on Tholsel Street in Carlingford

Things to do in Louth

Explore Louth Heritage Trail: There are 3 different routes to take through the Land of Legends
Route 1. Drogheda & Louth Coastal Villages
Route 2 Dundalk & The Cooley Peninsula
Route 3. Mid Louth & The Boyne Valley

Carlingford Adventure Centre: Enjoy lots of Adventure activities at the Carlingford Adventure Centre from rock climbing, kayaking, canoeing, archery and aero ball.  This is a great adventure centre for families or for a group travelling together

The Boyne Valley Garden Trail: The Boyne Valley Garden Trail offers those with an interest in gardening to explore contemporary gardens in the Boyne Valley.

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