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Airport Belfast or Dublin 100 km
Ferry Dublin or Belfast 100 km
Train station Newry 12 km
Car Car advised

Activities near Carlingford

Sports Water sports, Horse riding, Fishing
Great for Walking holidays, Rural or countryside holidays, Beach or lakeside relaxation, Cycling holidays

How to get there

Directions from Dublin (85km)Drive North on the M1 towards BelfastTake exit 18 for Dundalk north/Carlingford then take the third exit off the first roundabout, direction Dublin/Belfast. At second roundabout take the 2nd exit, direction Carlingford R173.Continue for 14km and take the left turn for CarlingfordPass through Carlingford traveling along the shore road heading towards Omeath.Travel approx 5Km , At the foot of each road going into the mountain is a sign with a number.When you see sign number L7056 then you have arrived. G.P.S. -Sat- Nav If you are using a sat-nav and traveling north from Dublin, please set your location to Greenore and approx 1 mile from Greenore turn left along the Carlingford / Omeath / Newry Road. This road will take you along the coast and is a much safer road than the mountain road. The cottage is approx 3.2 miles from Carlingford and less than 1 mile from the crossroads at Omeath. Look for lane number L7056

Directions from Belfast (74 km)

To get to the Newry Canal with G.P.S. pop in post code BT35 8AA

Drive South on the M1 towards Dublin

Take the Warrenpoint / Newry exit and drive into Newry.

Follow the Warrenpoint sign through Newry,

The Warrenpoint road is on one side of the canal and the Omeath / Carlingford road is on the other side of the canal, so

look out for The Quays shopping centre and take a left on to the Albert Basin and travel along the canal road heading towards Omeath.

Drive through Omeath along the shore road towards Carlingford and approx 1.3 Km from the cross roads in Omeath you will find the cottage.

At the foot of each road going into the mountain is a sign with a number, when you see sign number L7056, stop, you have arrived.