Dining Room Glen Gat HouseSitting Room
'Brown Bull of Cooley' Stayed here
'Brown Bull of Cooley' Stayed here


Private room

16 Guests

1 Bedroom

1 Bed


Private room

16 Guests

1 Bedroom

1 Bed

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About this listing


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Bathrooms: 1
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Pet Owner: Some pet(s)
Room type: Private room

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Extra people: $40 / night after the first guest
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Description

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' The Táin Bó Cuailnge' or 'The Cattle Raid of Cooley' is the most famous Irish Saga and dates back to 7th Century. Queen Maeve of Connaght, when she found out that her husband King Ailill had a Bull much bigger than any bull she possessed, decided to march with her army from Roscommon to Cooley to capture The Brown Bull of Cooley. The Bull was hidden in a Glen outside Dundalk called ‘Glen Gat’ and it is from here that we got the name of our premises. Glen Gat House is a beautifully restored Victorian premises in Dundalk, Co. Louth, Ireland and it is an ideal location for the guest who wishes to visit Dublin/ Belfast or further afield. We are 1 hour from both these major cities via motorway or high frequency bus and rail services which can be accessed from within 100 metres og Glen Gat House. There is a 24- hour Bus service to and from Dublin Airport – bus stop beside Glen Gat House. Dundalk is situated in one of the most historical parts of Ireland with Louth known as the ‘Land of legends’. Rich in heritage, many of the famous Irish legends and epics were based in the wonderful landscape here.
World- famous attractions such as Newgrange prehistoric monument (3200 BC), Medieval heritage town of Carlingford, World heritage site The Giant’s Causway, and the Mourne Mountains are easily accessed during your stay. Glen Gat House, Dundalk, Co. Louth is a haven for adventure to satisfy water sports enthusiasts, golfers, hillwalkers anglers and beach lovers. Dundalk has a wonderfull all-weather horse and dog racing stadium. Dundalk is proud to have Irish pubs/ restaurants, cinema , shopping, bus and rail stations all within walking distance of Glen Gat House. We can cater for the single guest to groups of visitors with ease and we guarantee a professional service with a personal touch. Guests are welcome to avail of our fully-equipped kitchen which has proved to be very popular.
We have a range of rooms from Family/ double/ twin to single rooms available for rent.
We have 2 ground-floor disabled-friendly bedrooms.
Free WiFi; Linen & towels provided, Hairdryer/Ironing, Complimentary Tea/coffee making facility , on-site parking; pets welcome.
We look forward to greeting you in the future.


House Rules

Guests are permitted to smoke in smoking room. Chech-out by 12 noon unless by prior arrangement. When booking accommodation, credit card details must be given or deposit forwarded.


Cancellations

Flexible

Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.


Availability
1 night minimum stay

Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.

35 Reviews


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Richard User Profile
October 2016
The place was friendly, and the service was as expected for a B&B. Handsome place.

Dominiek User Profile
September 2016
I enjoyed a lot my stay in this very welcoming and charming accommodation. Couldn't imagine a better host. Thank you, Tim, hope to be back soon!

Martin User Profile
September 2016
It's a nice place with a lot of atmosphere and Tim and his wife are very helpful. They gave us a lot of Information about where to eat and where to go in town. There was also a wide joice of breakfast dishes prepared at our demand. Our room was clean but the carpet and furniture showed their age. A refurbishment wouldn' t be out of place. The biggest drawback were the thin walls. So if you don't want to partake in your next door neighbours' nocturnal activities you better bring a set of earplugs.

Solène User Profile
August 2016
Beautiful moment there. Very welcoming and friendly people. Very nice place to stay in.

Rex User Profile
August 2016
Upon entering the front door I was greeted with a friendly 'hello' by Tom and his wife. My drive had been a long one that day and I really appreciated the warm welcome, the clean room and comfortable bed. I stayed 2 days and enjoyed a tasty full breakfast in the bright dining area. Thank you Tim for our lovely conversations and input on my travels.

Erin User Profile
August 2016
The breakfast rooms are beautiful and cozy! The breakfast itself was very delicious and filling which is necessary for an active day. The bedrooms were clean and comfortable, everything that a person would need after an active day. Upon departure, the hosts helped us locate a bus to the airport which saved us much trouble!

Anne-Sylvie User Profile
July 2016
After a bit of trouble to find the right place, as there are 2 roads with the same name in Dundalk, I really enjoyed my stay. I was in a huge room, ensuite, with a complimentory tea and coffee set, which was really nice after my day. The irish breakfast was good and enjoyable.

Dundalk, Ireland · Joined in July 2012
Tim User Profile

I am married to Catherine and we have 2 daughters- 25 and 22. Interests include-Music, Sport in general, golf, hill- walking and swimming. I love interaction with new people and will go that extra mile to make them feel at home. I have a great knowledge and interest in local heritage and the promotion of same.

Response rate: 100%
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Response time: within a day