Heavy with history and its fair share of Hollywood stars
From the seaside charm of Carlingford to the elegance of country houses, Louth packs in
County Louth’s Golf Club, perhaps better known as ‘Baltray’, is undoubtedly one of Ireland’s finest links.
Strandfield is a Cafe, Florist and Grocer ideally situated in Ballymascanlon just north of Dundalk town in County Louth.
Port Beach is located a few short miles north of the fishing village of Clogherhead in County Louth. It is a remote...
Falling Leaves from Fallen Trees is a range of hand carved bowls and boards based on the shape of leaves produced from...
Situated on the outskirts of Dundalk on the Newry Road, Facilities include an extensive restaurant and bar, seating...
Halpenny Transport is a family owned business established in 1920. Within easy reach of Dublin and Belfast we offer...
You are introduced by story to the leprechaun and fairy cavern by Irelands last Leprechaun Whisperer" McCoillte".Its...
Music festival bringing world-class chamber music, poetry and song to Drogheda. A host of internationally renowned artists...
The Ardee Baroque Festival aims to bring the best of Baroque music to audiences in the north east and further afield,...
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