Glen Gat House is an award winning Victorian Town Centre B&B within walking distance of pubs, restaurants, bars, bus/train stations and vibrant shopping centre. Situated midway between Dublin and Belfast there are several attractions within easy reach.
A range of cultural activities nearby including the Old Gaol and Dundalk Museum. Fabulous restaurants serving world cuisines available nearby. The pub scene in Dundalk is varied and caters for all from those looking to socialise in a trendy bar with several beer types to those who want to sip a drink while enjoying traditional Irish music.
The rooms in the Glen Gat have been tastefully decorated to suit the character of the premises offering a choice of single and double occupancy rooms. All rooms have tea/coffee facilities, TV, phone and complementary WiFi. A laundry service available and there is on-site parking.
Old world charm at the Glen Gat but with all the modern conveniences you would expect.
Your hosts Tim and Catherine will ensure the highest standards throughout your stay.
Dundalk is the centre for many art and theatre festivals and the starting point for pony trekking, hill walking and many other leisure pursuits, and a vibrant nightlife. If you like live bands, the now world famous Spirit Store is only 5 minutes away.
In this beautiful and scenic area looking onto the Cooley Mountains and the sea, Dundalk is steeped in history and culture. Dundalk and the surrounding area has a rich cultural scene with its theatre, art gallery, museum and legendary links with the Celtic hero, Cuchulainn.
This is an ideal location for exploring nearby attractions including Mellifont Abbey (first Cistercian Abbey to be built in Ireland) and the Monasterboice High Crosses and Round Tower only 15 minutes drive away. Or take a spin 20 mins North and enjoy spectacular views over Carlingford Lough, the Mourne Mountains and Medieval Carlingford. On route you can travel to nearby Cooley and enjoy the Cooley Peninsula sights. There are plenty of activities in the area including trail walking, cycling, horse riding, hill walking, sailing, fishing or windsurfing and it’s all within easy reach.
Other nearby attractions include Newgrange (Irish: Sí an Bhrú), Brú na Bóinne -a prehistoric monument in County Meath, Ireland, about one kilometre north of the River Boyne. It was built about 3200 BC, during the Neolithic period, which makes it older than Stonehenge and the Egyptian pyramids.
There are also several Parkland and Links Golf Courses nearby including Dundalk Golf Club & Greenore Golf Club. Both Championship Courses, Dundalk Golf Club is unquestionably one of Ireland's finest parkland layouts in the country.
The Glen Gat is an award winning, Fáilte Ireland approved Bed and Breakfast where you can be assured of quality accommodation with personal attention guaranteed.
Business can be conducted through the Irish Language,Déartar ghnó trí gaeilge anseo.