The Oystercatcher Lodge
- View as map
The Oystercatcher Lodge and Bistro is a town house type bistro with spacious, elegant rooms in the centre of the medieval town of Carlingford County Louth. The bistro specialises in local fish, oysters, mussels, crab and fresh lobster.
The Oystercatcher Lodge and Bistro is set in the enchanting medieval town of Carlingford in County Louth.
The Oystercatcher Lodge and Bistro has seven rooms. They are best described as mini-suites and are spacious and elegant with vaulted ceilings, wooden floors and all modern facilities. Many have excellent mountain views.
The menu in the Bistro reflects the essence of Carlingford: mountain and sea. They are lucky to have exquisite organic mountain lamb, tender Cooley beef, a wonderful selection of the freshest fish to chose from and an excellent wine list.
Carlingford Town is centrally located on the East coast of Ireland. Situated mid-way between Dublin and Belfast, and in easy reach of Newry and Dundalk, Carlingford is capital of the Cooley Peninsula which is an area of outstanding natural beauty, boasting spectacular coastal and mountain scenery. There are opportunities for excellent golf, horse riding, sailing and hill walking locally.