Dundalk is situated ideally as a touring base for Co. Louth, Down and Armagh with great scenic coastal drives from Clogherhead to Carlingford and rural walks in Ravensdale forest, Slieve Foye mountain and Carlingford forestry park.


Louth offers a wonderful array of historical sites such as Newgrange, battle of the Boyne site, Milmount Museum, Proleek Dolmen, Holy Trinity heritage centre, St. John’s castle, Mellifont Abbey to name just a few.

Carlingford, County Louth

Horse Trekking

View of Carlingford Lough at Flagstaff

Seaside village of Blackrock

Proleek Domain

Getting There

Dundalk is situated along the M1 motorway from Dublin heading to Belfast.


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From Belfast By Road

Coming from Belfast on the M1 motorway heading for Dublin. See the sign for Dundalk South at junction 16, leave the motorway at junction 16 and turn left for Dundalk. Travel 2.4 miles through 2 sets of traffic lights to the first roundabout. At the roundabout turn left and travel 0.5 miless until you see a "Pitch and Putt" course on your right.

Turn right into Rockfield estate and take the second road on the left into Rockfield Manor.


From Dublin By Road

Coming from Dublin on the M1 motorway. See sign for Dundalk South at junction 16, leave the motorway and turn right for Dundalk. Travel 2.4 miles to first roundabout and follow directions as described above.


By Coach

The bus station is 1 and a half miles from Rockfield in the centre of Town. Bus Eireann operates a regular service from Dublin, Belfast, Derry and Letterkenny.


For further information please call:

Bus Eireann +353 (0)42 933 4075


Private coach company
Matthews Coach Hire +353 (0)42 9378188

By Rail

The railway station is one and a quarter miles away for Rockfield manor on the Carrickmacross road. Irish rail operates frequent "Enterprise", Inter-City and regular services on the Dublin/Belfast route.

For Further information please call

Irish Rail +353 (0)42 933 5529