This one of a kind holiday home is tucked away on the north east in the heart of Gyles Quay, a luxury retreat decorated to an immaculate standard, with exceptional features.
The sense of quality will be felt upon entering, where you have a choice of places to relax, including the beautiful lounge with it's corner sofa, wood burning stoves and chandelier.
The bespoke Italian kitchen/diner is wonderfully presented, designed with a breakfast and dinning area.
So you can truly unwind in the morning and evening.
French doors open up to the lovely garden should you wish to wander outside and take in the tranquil location over looking the Cooley Mountains and Dundalk Bay.
Six beautiful bedrooms are divided between the ground and first floor, all decorated in a heart warming fashion with pure attention to detail, matching that of a hotel standard.
Views lean out towards the peaceful Cooley mountains and relaxing Dundalk bay, so you can wake up to a dreamy landscape each day that goes by.
Three family rooms offer an excellent night's sleep, spaciously presented, with access to the family bathroom, which even features it's own jacuzzi bath, his/her sink and large water-fall shower.
Be at one with the scenery in the master bedroom, elevated by a balcony or choose one of the wonderful double bedrooms tied together with a well appointed shower room.
Outside you can enjoy the large garden whilst the children make the most of the play area, or maybe take a stroll along Gyles Quay beach, which the house allows direct access too.
Dundalk a 15 minute drive away offers a leisure center with swimming pool, gym, plenty of shopping, state of the art dual horse and dog stadium, lively night life and plenty of children based activity's.
Greenore's 18 hole golf course is 5 minute drive away whiles there take the Carlingford ferry from Greenore to Greencastle and in 15 minute be in Northern Ireland to explore the beauty of The Mourne's.
Overwhelm you sense's with the history of the north east has to offer, New Grange (45 min) the best known Irish passage tomb dated 3200B.C, Hill of Tara (50 min) dating from the Iron age, Monasteboice (30 min) where stands the finest high cross in Ireland dating back in the 5th century or unwind in the historical village of Carlingford (10 min) where stand King John's Castle which was built in the 12th century and also has to offer some of the finest restaurants, pubs and award winning beauty salon for the more adventurous, Skyparks, laser combat, water sports in the marina for you to sample.
This is only a taste of what is on your door step.