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Carlingford, Louth, A91 E7WK

2km from Carlingford

Meet your host…

Mrs Lyn Grills

A warm welcome awaits you at Mourneview Bed and Breakfast. Myself and my husband Johnnie has been running this business for the past 24 years, Johnnie is involved in farming. My interests are in Heritage and local history and I live in a wonderful heritage area. I have been Treasurer of Carlingford Lough Heritage Trust for a number of years, starting out as a Tour Guide.

Crossalaney Road
A91 E7WK

Relax in luxury at 4-star rated Mourneview bed and breakfast, nestled in a rural enclave of County Louth. Boasting exceptional panoramas of the majestic Mourne and Cooley Mountains, guests can explore the very best of the area’s rugged landscape. Only 2km from pictorial Carlingford, visitors can explore 10 walks and 3 looped walks as well as the new East Greenway coastal path, Carlingford Heritage Centre run by Carlingford Lough Heritage Trust, take the folklore and historical tour, and even go abseiling and crab fishing. Visitors won’t fail to be awed by this acclaimed corner of Ireland.

How to get here

Directions from Dublin Take M1 (motorway) out of Dublin heading to Belfast. Take exit sign 18, Dundalk/Carlingford on left. R.173, travel for approx. 18Km, look out for Cooley Credit Union on right and right opposite Cooley Kickhams football grounds. Signpost after that says Mourneview next left. Take a left at Crossroads. Directions from Northern Ireland Head south on M1 to Dublin, Take exit 7 signposted Newry. Follow signs for Quays shopping Centre, left turn at traffic lights along Newry Canal, shopping Centre on right. Continue through Omeath village and then onto Carlingford. Take a right turn at Tourist Office, follow signs at Savages butcher shop, continue to Church at top of hill, and take a left at bottom. Mourneview is signposted. Sat. Nav. Coordinates N54'01'206 W006'10'198 -

Sat Nav: Lat (54.020100) - Long (-6.169917)


  • Baby Sitting
  • Cot Available
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • Light Meals Available
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

Customer Reviews

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Overall Score



Kathleen Mulligan

21 Jan 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

When we decided to return to Carlingford, where we had vacationed last year, I immediately booked our stay at Mourneview. It is absolutely the best bed and breakfast my husband and I have ever stayed at. Lyn is a wonderful host: warm, generous, and professional. The breakfasts are delicious, and the breakfast room is incredible: gazing out on fields of grazing sheep and a multitude of birds feeding outside the window. The rooms are new, beautifully appointed, warm, and spacious (unlike many of the B&B's we stayed in, where we could barely turn around at the same time). I hope to return to Mourneview again and again. We love Carlingford, and we love this B&B!

Bruce and Pauline

07 Nov 2017 
Review Score: 9/10

We enjoyed our afternoon in Carlingford and our night at Mourneview B&B. The room was well appointed and clean. Noise made by other guests was a problem initially but things eventually quieted down and we had a good night's sleep. The breakfast was excellent and our hosts were welcoming and friendly. We would definitely stay there again.

Tara, Matt, Crystal, and Cat

17 Oct 2017 
Review Score: 8/10

Mournview was a pleasant B&B. Rooms were cozy. Carlingford is a great town would have like to spend some more time there. Breakfast was good. Least homey B&B we stayed on our 11 day stay in Ireland.

Tim Thompson

08 Oct 2017 
Review Score: 9/10

Excellent, comfortable & convenient to quaint waterfront town. FishyDishy our in theSail Club for wkend dinner (locals’ fav). Lovely breakfast ☘️

Sarah English

05 Oct 2017 
Review Score: 6/10

Pleasant B&B. Beautiful view from the eating area. We would have liked to try the breakfast, but we had to leave by 6:30 and she did not start serving until either 8 or 9. This B&B felt more like a hotel stay than any of the other B&B's we stayed in on our 8 day trip to Ireland. Although very clean, the room was very sterile-looking--not very "homey" at all. Would have appreciated a larger TV (it was basically a computer monitor).


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