We are open for food 7 days a week
Sharon McGuigan and her staff warmly welcome you to the carlingford arms.
We are proud to be serving quality food for 15 years.fresh fish a speciality.
Try the local oysters, all beef is 100% irish sourced.
Friendly and efficient staff look forward to meeting you.
Visit us when you visit carlingford.
Enjoy wholesome food in the informal surroundings of the Liberties Bistro. The Liberties Bistro is situated on the ground floor with a window view overlooking the Lough and Cooley Mountains.
Food Service Times
Breakfast: 7am - 10.30am
Bar Food / Restaurant: 12.30 - 9pm
Sunday Carvery: 12noon - 4pm
Pre booking is advised to avoid disappointment!
Whether you wish to enjoy an intimate meal for two or a family dinner the Liberties Bistro can cater for your specific dining experience
Address: The Four Seasons Hotel, Carlingford, Co. Louth, Ireland
Ghan House is a fully restored Georgian House, with walled grounds & gardens in the Medieval Town of Carlingford.
We have views of the harbour & Carlingford Lough - we are a stones throw from the harbour and 15 minutes walk from the marina where we can arrange transport for you to Ghan House.
Dining is at a leisurely pace, all our double & twin bedrooms have bath & shower en-suite and we have a full bar & extensive wine list.
- 11 continuous years of 'Best 100 Places to Stay in Ireland' '99 to 2010 ~ Bridgestone Guide
- Nominated (1 of 3) 'Best Country House in Ireland 2007' ~ Good Food Ireland
- Nominated 'Best Restaurant in Leinster 2004' ~ Food & Wine Magazine
- Selected 'Best of the Best' ~ Georgina Campbell's Guide to Ireland 2006
Warmly greeted by a blazing turf fire in the winter months, visitors to PJ's are treated to traditional music sessions on Tuesday and Thursday nights whilst Friday nights are reserved for live music in the new bar. On Saturday nights a DJ plays all the hits from the 80's, 90's and present day.
The Anchor Bar, tastefully extended in recent years, is much enjoyed by both thirsty locals and curious tourists drawn to the pub by both its history and charm. Original features still clearly evident include the bar and former grocery store, plus the bones of a leprechaun and his costume as discovered by the late PJ O'Hare!
Beautifully complementing the downstairs bar is PJ's spacious air-conditioned restaurant. Once the upstairs living quarters, the current owners have made a feature of the striking original stonework, and in so doing have created an inviting air and homely atmosphere.
Seafood, in keeping with the maritime history of Carlingford, is strongly reflected in PJ's menu. Fresh, locally produced ingredients are served daily.