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Dundalk, Ireland
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Crowne Plaza Dundalk
Crowne Plaza Dundalk
8.6 Excellent
Inner Relief Road, Dundalk, Ireland
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2.8 km from city centre, Dundalk 
ExcellentBased on 1,125 reviews
8.6

Crowne Plaza Dundalk provides a comfortable setting while in Dundalk. Those staying at the property can also make use of complimentary Wi-Fi during their stay.

Carrickdale Hotel & Spa
Carrickdale Hotel & Spa
8.5 Excellent
Carrickcarnon, Dundalk, Ireland
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11.7 km from city centre, Dundalk 
ExcellentBased on 718 reviews
8.5

Carrickdale Hotel & Spa is located in Dundalk and features an indoor pool, free Wi-Fi and a Jacuzzi. It also offers a kids club, a sauna and a beauty centre.

Grove House
Grove House
9.4 Excellent
Grove House, Dundalk, Ireland
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15.8 km from city centre, Dundalk 
ExcellentBased on 177 reviews
9.4

Grove House Bed & Breakfast Carlingford provides 4-star accommodation in Carlingford. It also offers a swimming pool, outdoor tennis courts and free Wi-Fi.

Ballymascanlon House Hotel
Ballymascanlon House Hotel
8.9 Excellent
Carlingford Road (R173), Dundalk, Ireland
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5.4 km from city centre, Dundalk 
ExcellentBased on 333 reviews
8.9

Set within extensive grounds that are home to Proleek Dolmen, this 4-star hotel is situated in Dundalk and is an easy drive from Carlingford. It also provides an indoor pool, a Jacuzzi and a sauna.

Lismar Guest House
Lismar Guest House
8.3 Excellent
Stapleton Place 8-9, Dundalk, Ireland
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0.7 km from city centre, Dundalk 
ExcellentBased on 459 reviews
8.3

This luxury Dundalk guest house is located within a 10-minute walk of Dundalk Clarke Railway Station. It also offers luggage storage, free Wi-Fi and a dry cleaning service.

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Average price in Dundalk:€141/night
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€125 - €172
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€116 - €136
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About Dundalk

Located just a stone’s throw from the border with Northern Ireland, Dundalk lies along the Castletown River where it flows into Dundalk Bay. It serves as the administrative hub of County Louth and a gateway for exploring Castle Roche, as well as the hill where Edward the Bruce was killed during the 14th-century Battle of Faughart.

Things to do

Delve into the local history at the County Museum Dundalk, which occupies a beautifully restored warehouse dating from the 18th century. It details the cultural heritage of Louth dating from the Neolithic Period, with displays that include prehistoric rock art, agricultural artefacts and objects related to the county’s distilling, shoemaking and tobacco-growing industries. The museum is located adjacent to St. Patrick’s Church, a magnificent building that resembles Cambridge’s Kings College Chapel.

A short drive north-west of Dundalk will take you to Castle Roche, a Norman fortification built by the De Verdun family in 1236. Abandoned since the 17th century, it boasts an impressive curtain wall and the remains of a grand hall, as well as a gatehouse and a commanding pair of towers.

Also on the outskirts of Dundalk is the Hill of Faughart, which was the site of several important battles throughout Irish history. In addition to the remains of a medieval church with the grave of Edward the Bruce, it features a shrine dedicated to Saint Brigid of Kildare. This 5th-century nun founded several monasteries throughout the country and is believed to have been born on the hill.

Getting around

Dundalk is around an hour’s drive from Dublin and about an hour from Dublin Airport. Regular trains connect from the Dundalk railway station to destinations across Ireland and buses travel throughout Dundalk. The town centre is compact enough to explore on foot.

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Located just a stone’s throw from the border with Northern Ireland, Dundalk lies along the Castletown River where it flows into Dundalk Bay. It serves as the administrative hub of County Louth and a gateway for exploring Castle Roche, as well as the hill where Edward the Bruce was killed during the 14th-century Battle of Faughart.

Things to do in Dundalk

Delve into the local history at the County Museum Dundalk, which occupies a beautifully restored warehouse dating from the 18th century. It details the cultural heritage of Louth dating from the Neolithic Period, with displays that include prehistoric rock art, agricultural artefacts and objects related to the county’s distilling, shoemaking and tobacco-growing industries. The museum is located adjacent to St. Patrick’s Church, a magnificent building that resembles Cambridge’s Kings College Chapel.

A short drive north-west of Dundalk will take you to Castle Roche, a Norman fortification built by the De Verdun family in 1236. Abandoned since the 17th century, it boasts an impressive curtain wall and the remains of a grand hall, as well as a gatehouse and a commanding pair of towers.

Also on the outskirts of Dundalk is the Hill of Faughart, which was the site of several important battles throughout Irish history. In addition to the remains of a medieval church with the grave of Edward the Bruce, it features a shrine dedicated to Saint Brigid of Kildare. This 5th-century nun founded several monasteries throughout the country and is believed to have been born on the hill.

Getting around Dundalk

Dundalk is around an hour’s drive from Dublin and about an hour from Dublin Airport. Regular trains connect from the Dundalk railway station to destinations across Ireland and buses travel throughout Dundalk. The town centre is compact enough to explore on foot.

  • What are the best hotels in Dundalk?

    1,125 reviews rated Crowne Plaza Dundalk with an average score of 8.6/10. It may also be worth looking into the Carrickdale Hotel & Spa, which received a rating of 8.5/10 from 718 reviews. Hotel Imperial Dundalk could also be a good option, with a score of 8.6/10 from 1,506 reviews.