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Carlingford, Ireland
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Mc Kevitts Village Hotel
Mc Kevitts Village Hotel
8.9 Excellent
Market Square, Carlingford, Ireland
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0.1 km from city centre, Carlingford 
ExcellentBased on 655 reviews
8.9

Mc Kevitts Village Hotel provides a comfortable setting while in Carlingford. It is conveniently located for guests wishing to visit local attractions.

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Cheapest month:June
Most expensive month:November
Average price in Carlingford:€133/night
Cheapest price found:€75/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Thursday
€100 - €183
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
€101 - €200
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About Carlingford

Carlingford is a coastal town with a well-preserved medieval identity, known for its famous oysters. Once an important trading port, Carlingford’s narrow streets and alleys weave throughout the city offering an array of historical attractions.

Things to do

Learn about the ancient history of east Ireland and take a tour of Carlingford’s famous medieval village. Over 1,000 years old, King John’s Castle is a picturesque ruin set atop a dramatic hill. On the way to Templeton Beach, stop at Kilwirra Church Ruins. Built in the 13th-century, this Heritage-listed site features limestone ruins and the faded tombstones of the Holy Trinity Graveyard.

Add a bit of quirkiness to your stay in Carlingford and explore the Leprechaun and Fairy Underground Cavern. This family-friendly tour provides an introduction to how the last leprechauns became a “protected species”. Explore the colourful cavern to hear entertaining stories and meet a leprechaun whisperer.

Carlingford Lough and the Slieve Foye Mountains are ideal destinations for thrill seekers, offering an array of adventure activities. Spend a weekend rafting along the Cooley Peninsula, challenge your fear of heights at Sky Park or take a relaxing bike ride along the shoreline.

Getting around

Visitors can reach Carlingford from Dublin or Belfast along the M1. Public buses to Carlingford run regularly between neighbouring Dundalk, Newry and Greenore villages. Carlingford’s central attractions can be reached by foot, while local trains and buses service attractions along the Cooley Peninsula.

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Carlingford is a coastal town with a well-preserved medieval identity, known for its famous oysters. Once an important trading port, Carlingford’s narrow streets and alleys weave throughout the city offering an array of historical attractions.

Things to do in Carlingford

Learn about the ancient history of east Ireland and take a tour of Carlingford’s famous medieval village. Over 1,000 years old, King John’s Castle is a picturesque ruin set atop a dramatic hill. On the way to Templeton Beach, stop at Kilwirra Church Ruins. Built in the 13th-century, this Heritage-listed site features limestone ruins and the faded tombstones of the Holy Trinity Graveyard.

Add a bit of quirkiness to your stay in Carlingford and explore the Leprechaun and Fairy Underground Cavern. This family-friendly tour provides an introduction to how the last leprechauns became a “protected species”. Explore the colourful cavern to hear entertaining stories and meet a leprechaun whisperer.

Carlingford Lough and the Slieve Foye Mountains are ideal destinations for thrill seekers, offering an array of adventure activities. Spend a weekend rafting along the Cooley Peninsula, challenge your fear of heights at Sky Park or take a relaxing bike ride along the shoreline.

Getting around Carlingford

Visitors can reach Carlingford from Dublin or Belfast along the M1. Public buses to Carlingford run regularly between neighbouring Dundalk, Newry and Greenore villages. Carlingford’s central attractions can be reached by foot, while local trains and buses service attractions along the Cooley Peninsula.

  • What are the best hotels in Carlingford?

    613 reviews rated Four Seasons Hotel, Spa & Leisure Club with an average score of 8.2/10. It may also be worth looking into the Belvedere House B&B & The Baytree Restaurant, which received a rating of 8.7/10 from 286 reviews. Carlingford Marina Apartments could also be a good option, with a score of 8.5/10 from 387 reviews.