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Glen Gat House

Dundalk, Louth, A91WT78

Dundalk Town

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Tim Mullins

Stapleton Place
The Crescent

A charming Victorian townhouse in the heart of the lively town of Dundalk, Glen Gat House is a superb base to explore the unrivalled beauty of County Louth from. Boasting spacious bedrooms, many with original period features, guests are assured a comfortable stay. In Dundalk visitors can discover the area’s fascinating past at the County Museum, explore the Oriel Cultural Centre at Dundalk Gaol, and just a short drive away lie the likes of Newgrange passage tomb, the idyllic Boyne Valley and Trim Castle. Dundalk Bay, Carlingford Lough and the Cooley Peninsula all reveal the area’s renowned rugged landscape.

How to get here

From the South: Take the M1, exit 16, go to Dundalk town centre, take the left at TESCO EXTRA, Glen Gat House is the last house on the right (a large clock is visible).

From the North: Take the N1, exit 18, go to Dundalk town centre, take a right at Tesco EXTRA/McDonald's, it's the last house on the right (a large clock is visible).

Sat Nav: Lat (53.9987066) - Long (-6.40820369)

  • Golfers
  • Walkers


  • B and B Accessible to a wheelchair user with assistance
  • Baby Sitting
  • Cot Available
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Facilities for Pets
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Independent Wheelchair
  • Internet Access
  • Irish Spoken
  • Ironing
  • Private Car Park
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

Customer Reviews


Bruce Nolan

20 Jun 2017 
Review Score: 9/10

Eclectic, funky but as it turned out s very cool place to stay. Great location and the staff was very helpful. A good nights rest too!!!


27 May 2017 
Review Score: 10/10

Lovely B&B..great location near town center.


29 Mar 2017 
Review Score: 10/10

Amazing place. Very hospitable. Right next to town and we really enjoyed our experience.

John Connaughton

07 Oct 2015 
Review Score: 8/10

We stayed one night, our first night in a B&B on our Ireland trip. The B&B is nice and the size of the room and bathroom are adequate. It is an older property but in a good state of maintenance. The host, Tim was friendly. We walked the 2 blocks to the main street thru town easily and found a great place to eat, with reasonable prices, Kingfisher Restaurant.

Lloyd and Edith Willis

27 Sep 2015 
Review Score: 10/10

Delightful stay in a beautiful location. Charming people.


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