The finest in luxury Carlingford accommodation
If you are looking for luxury accommodation in Carlingford, Ireland, then you have just found something truly special!
Starboard House represents high-quality, self-catering accommodation in Ireland, sleeping up to 15 people in 5 spacious en-suite bedrooms. This home also boasts exclusivity with three acres of private gated land set amongst classical Irish countryside; with extensive wooded gardens and a river winding through, turning this home into a truly beautiful and secluded spot to spend time.
Indoors is also a sight to behold, with beautiful architecture, multiple living and dining rooms, fully equipped kitchen, a reading room, and 5 private patios studded with luxury. Like our six person hot tub and private bar. Starboard is on another level of luxury Carlingford accommodation and has the facilities to accommodate large families, friendly reunions, and work retreats.
The services at Starboard House are scalable, with many upgrades available to this already delightful home. Additional services can be as small as upgrading to Egyptian Cotton bed linens or as lavish as our barman/waiter who will cater to your events. We endeavour to make every trip unique and enduring for our guests.
Surrounded by amazing views of Carlingford’s unspoilt nature and thriving town, Starboard House is the perfect luxury retreat.
Step out into Carlingford
Starboard House is located on the shores of Carlingford Lough, with Slieve Foy and the Cooley Peninsula serving as the backdrop to this stunning home. The town and surrounding area is a European Destination of Excellence, steeped in history and encrusted with boutiques, cafés, restaurants, bars, and spas.
The town has maintained much of its old medieval walls and layout, a gate house is still standing on Tholsel Street and the town is made up of quaint narrow avenues; walking tours to learn more about the quirks of this timeless place promise an atmospheric stroll.
Carlingford is on the doorstep of the lough and its proximity to the coast means the water has been an integral part of its history. The Carlingford Oyster Festival is a popular attraction in August and boat tours are available year round to view the lough and the spectacular mountains surrounding it.
There’s no question as to why Carlingford plays host to tourists from across the globe, with the facilities to match. No matter your preference for a hike or day in town, you’ll find it bustling with activities to make your stay uniquely special, with Starboard House as the gem amongst Carlingford accommodation.