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Lynolan House is a wonderful bed and breakfast accommodation located in Heynestown on the outskirt of Dundalk in County Louth. The property is conveniently located just 700 meters off Junction 16 on the M1 motorway.
The property was first registered as a B&B in 1982 and since then has welcomed guests from all over the globe. Your host, Evelyn, has over 20 years experience in the tourism industry and aims to provide a restful and relaxing atmosphere in top class accommodation.
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From Dublin or South Dundalk
Leave the M1 motorway at junction 16, which is signposted Dundalk South, Ardee, N52. You will reach a roundabout and take the Dundalk exit off the roundabout. You will reach a set of traffic lights almost immediately and take the first left right before the lights and follow the signs for Heynestown.
Stay to your right around the island and at the junction with the traffic lights cross over onto the dual carriageway. Pass Haggardstown Garden Centre and take a left over the bridge. Lynolan House is the third house on the left hand side.
Continue to follow the signs for Dublin. As you reach the bypass (now Dundalk Institute of Technology with its large windmill) follow the signs for Dublin M1. After the big ‘X’ sign after the Xerox factory take a left, following the signs for Heynestown. Approximately 1km along this road Lynolan House is located on your right.
Lynolan House is located half way between Dublin and Belfast, which make it the perfect spot to tour all the eastern part of Ireland. Appreciate a relaxing scenic drive to the renowned Newgrange, one of the most famous and impressive prehistoric monuments in Europe. Carlingford is a lovely town to visit with its magnificent setting of unspoilt beauty and impressive backdrop of Slieve Foye - the highest mountain in Louth.
From scenic drives through the Boyne Valley, prehistoric burial sites in Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth to the lively energetic pace of Armagh City, the area is as diverse as it is beautiful. Book your break in confidence today at Lynolan House.
Since you are located just off the M1 motorway, you are within easy access to all major tourist attractions. Take a short trip to the beautiful seaside village of Blackrock just 2 miles away and sample the great food and fun at the excellent restaurants and pubs in the village. Dundalk has deep historical roots and is the county town of Louth, the smallest county in Ireland. The scenic landscape surrounding Carlingford Lough is approximately 10 miles way, well worth visiting!
Each of the elegant guestrooms in the home are beautifully decorated and maintained. The rooms are supplied on a daily basis with fresh towels and toiletries. Most of the bedrooms consist of a double bed and single bed while all the rooms have full en-suite facilities. This is a non-smoking house but out-door smoking facilities are available. Each of the bedrooms is fitted with fire alarm detector and sounder.
In-room amenities include clock/radio alarm, TV, hair dryer, tea/coffee making facilities and cosy electric blankets on the beds on those chilly winter evenings. The two family rooms are quiet large and spacious since they were originally four rooms. The bedrooms were combined and fitted with full en-suite facilities – ideal for families and groups.
If your interested in more activity based holiday then Dundalk has it all. There is a choice of 4 great golf courses in the area, an equestrian centre as well as angling, water sport, walking and cycling hot spots dotted throughout the area.
Dundalk is a brimming with interesting historical features. Areas of historical interest include The Courthouse which was built between 1813-1819, St. Patrick's Pro-Cathedral in Francis Street, a 19th century Georgian Gothic church and the fascinating County Museum, which is housed in a renovated 18th century warehouse.
Jacqueline from Houston
Stayed 10-2013A few friends
Nicest hosts and lovely accommodation!
Anonymous from Allen
Stayed 09-2013A few friends
Edwin from Miami
Stayed 04-2013Mature couple
Our hosts took time to chat and make some recommendations.
Throughout the B&B's 20 years of entertaining guests it has also gone through some internal and external renovations and remodelling. Sit back and enjoy the sunshine streaming in the windows of the spacious conservatory. It can seat up to 20 people comfortably and is the ideal place to enjoy a glass of wine and a good book or to chat with other guests.
Enjoy a home cooked Irish breakfast in the dining room or a wide choice of cereals, yoghurts, juices, cheeses and freshly made breads. End your day on a relaxing note as you plan the next day’s activities on the comfortable lounge chairs in form of a blazing open fire.
The bathroom is also very spacious and includes a four-person sauna, stream shower and Jacuzzi bath. A large half-acre front and back garden surround the property with beautifully maintained shrubs and plants to admire.
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