Welcome to Ghan House, Carlingford


We're open throughout the year! 

~  walled gardens, mountain views, seashore & mountain walks & Medieval Carlingford a treelength away - with shops, cafes, pubs & more restaurants. 


Midweek February Specials 





6 course valentines weekend tasting menu


(main restaurant menu also available all evening) 


Friday 14th & Saturday 15th February 2020


Click here for an example of this menu




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For best rates for both accommodation & restaurant bookings always contact us directly.


     ~ just at the end of our drive!

   Garden bedroom - 4* standard, mountain views & bath & power  shower en-suite with dinner in our 2AA  Restaurant at reduced rate of €115 per person sharing or €135 single occupancy - please mention you are attending this conference.

 Ghan House is a fully restored Georgian House built in 1727 by William Stannus. Our restaurant is 2 AA Rosette awarded, the bedrooms are AA 4* rated and the walled gardens are perfect to enjoy a pot of tea, gin & tonic or glass of wine in at this time of year!
The gardens at Ghan House, Slieve Foy mountain
Wi-fi is free - (over 40 Mbps speed) in the bedrooms and all public rooms and gardens too!
  In addition we are just a tree length from the beautuful Medieval town of Carlingford - medieval streets, castles, old town gate, mint, priory - dating back to 1206 when King John visited Carlingford. The streets are populated with a miriad of cafés, restaurants, boutiques, antique shops and pubs.
  For the more active - there is much to do - the Carlingford Greenway runs along the old railway line along the shore of Carlingford Lough - great for walking/prams/wheelchairs and bicycles - of which are available to hire here in Carlingford and at the start of the greenway. Smell the gorse on the mountain walks. Invigorate the heart & mind at Carlingford adventures' Skypark. Visit ancient burial sites, breathe in the sea air on the Carlingford Scenic Ferry - traversing Carlingford Lough to the mesmeric Mourne Mountains.