Dunleer, Co. Louth

Dunleer (Irish: Dún Léire) is a small town in County Louth situated midway between Drogheda and Dundalk and its location as a crossroads on the main north-south economic corridor of Ireland have made this once rural village officially a town.. The town stands on the site of an early Christian monastery, Lann Leire, which was regularly plundered by the Vikings of nearby Annagassan.

Nearby White River Mill is a 17th century flour mill, open to visitors. Rathesker Lakeside walk and woodland ecological area is located a short distance from the town. As with most places in County Louth there are numerous Championship standard golf courses nearby.


Gardens

Listoke Gardens - Drogheda County Louth Ireland
Listoke Gardens
Drogheda, Co. Louth
Listoke is that happy combination of a mature but still evolving garden covering 6 acres. Twenty five years ago landscape gardener Patricia Barrow decided that she would put the Edwardian garden back to its original state and, as she says, it&rsq ...
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Golf

County Louth Golf Clubhouse
County Louth Golf Club (Baltray)
Drogheda, Co. Louth
Course Type: Links
County Louth Golf Club or "Baltray" as it is more affectionately known is situated 7km (4 miles) from the historic town of Drogheda at the mouth of the river Boyne. With the river to th ...
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Self Catering

Selfcatering
Tankardstown House & Cottages
Slane, Co. Meath
Tricia and and Brian Conroy’s magnificent Georgian country house with cottages is available to hire for an exclusive stay or to host a private house party (maximum sixty guests). Set in parkland near the charming village of Slane in Coun ...
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What's On

Dundalk Farmers Market - County Louth - Fridays
Dundalk Farmers Market

The Square, Dundalk, County Louth - Fridays 10am-2pm.

Contact: Peter Thomas - 087 277 8538
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Tourist Attractions

Old Mellifont Abbey - Drogheda County Louth Ireland
Old Mellifont Abbey
Drogheda, Co. Louth
Mellifont Abbey resides on the banks of the River Mattock and was the first Cistercian monastery to be built in Ireland, founded in 1142 by St Malachy of Armagh. The Abbey became the model for other Cistercian abbeys built in Ireland, with it ...
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Wedding Venues

Wedding
Beaulieu House, Gardens and Car Museum
Drogheda, Co. Louth
Situated on the banks of the River Boyne, downstream from the town of Drogheda, Beaulieu was one of the first unfortified houses built in Ireland. It was built in the Dutch style between 1660 and 1666 for Sir Henry Tichbourne, of whom the present ...
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