Carrickdale Hotel & Spa, Dundalk

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Hotel Overview

Escape to The Carrickdale for comfort and indulgence on the Cooley Peninsula. The hotel has a leisure centre, a fitness centre and the therapeutic Serenity Spa.  Serenity Spa is set amid the hotel's natural green surroundings and provides a selection of therapeutic, healing and restorative treatments. The leisure centre has a swimming pool, sauna, outdoor whirlpool and gym. The hotel offers varied cuisine, free internet access and well-appointed bedrooms.

Room Information

105 Standard bedrooms, comprising of double, twin and family rooms. All rooms have complimentary tea & coffee making facilities, TV, iron & ironing board and complimentary WiFi. Guests also have full use of our Health & Leisure Complex.  The ultimate in luxury, our 3 newly refurbished suites feature a living area, fireplace, flatscreen TV, bathrobes and slippers. Simply perfect for a romantic break.

Hotel Facilities

  • Airconditioning
  • Bar
  • Bath/shower en suite
  • Bridal Suite
  • Business Centre
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Fitness Centre
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Jacuzzi
  • Leisure complex
  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities
  • Restaurant
  • Sauna
  • TV in all bedrooms

Food & Beverage

The Carrick Restaurant is renowned for its excellent cuisine and has gained a wide and well deserved reputation throughout the country.The Restaurant offers the highest of choice both on the Table d'hote and A La Carte Menu and an extensive Wine Menu.

Area Information

The Carrickdale Hotel is located at Carrickcarnon, the gateway to Newry and Belfast City, amid the tranquil surroundings of Slieve Guillion Mountain. The medieval town of Carlingford, an area of outstanding beauty and character, is a short distance away. If you travel southeast along the coast road you will find yourself on the beautiful Cooley Peninsula. Once a part of the historical Province of Ulster the Peninsula lies in County Louth. It's a place of fresh green hillsides, woodland, mountains and myths. This was also the home of the giant Finn McCool. The Peninsula's capital is Carlingford one of Irelands foremost medieval towns, a place of narrow streets and castles overshadowed by mountains and lapped by the sea. The Ti Chulainn Cultural Activity Centre is set in the beautiful rural landscape of Slieve Gullion with it's long traditional heritage of mythology, music, song, Irish language folklore and history.

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Map & Directions

The Carrickdale can be found at Exit 20, just off the M1 motorway.

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