- Hot Tub
- Relaxation Room
- Steam Room
- Swimming Pool
At a glance
In true entertainment style, there’s also a range of entertainment and cultural attractions close by from the Leprechaun and underground Fairy Cavern in Carlingford just 20 minutes away to Cú Chulainn’ s Castle, said to be the birthplace of the legendary warrior.
This beautiful part of the world deserves to be explored and as such there’s plenty to do in the surrounding area. Go cycling in Louth, play golf close by, take part in an array of water sports on the nearby coast, take the Scenic Ferry to the Mourne Mountains or simply go for a breathtaking walk.
The hotel sits in 100 acres on the Cooley Peninsula, part of Ireland’s Ancient East, and enjoys views of beautiful gardens and the Cooley Mountains beyond from many of the rooms and from the restaurant.
With nine treatment rooms in the spa, a 20-metre pool and spacious rooms, the hotel welcomes groups and hen parties.
A contemporary hotel surrounded by the beauty of the Cooley Peninsula, Carnage Hotel welcomes families, solo travellers and groups with modern style. The leisure club is home to a full array of facilities including a pool where children are welcome, while the Sonas Spa is offers luxurious treatments using the VOYA product line.
Spa & Leisure
Leisure and relaxation sit separately in the Carnbeg Leisure Club and the Sonas Spa. The leisure club is home to a full range of facilities to work out and wind down, including a 20-metre pool, a sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, a spin studio and a gym.
Meanwhile, the Sonas Spa is a little haven of tranquility with nine treatment rooms including a dual suite, where you can indulge in a collection of spa treatments from Ireland’s famous VOYA product line derived from organic seaweed. There is also a make-up studio - perfect for those preparing for a wedding or an event, and a relaxation room for maximising that post-treatment vibe.
Hotel & Accommodation
Set in 100 acres on the Cooley Peninsula, part of Ireland’s Ancient East, filled with myths, legends and histories of kings gone by, Carnbeg Hotel brings guests modern hospitality surrounded by natural beauty. With its range of single, double, interconnecting and twin rooms and suites, the hotel has all the luxuries and conveniences to accommodate solo travellers, families or groups of friends, as well as business travellers looking for somewhere inspiring to stay.
Meals at the hotel are served in the Slieve Gullion Restaurant - a modern space that looks out through expansive windows onto the lawn and the Cooley Mountains beyond. In the summer months there is also a barbecue at the pop-up terrace, and for lighter bites and drinks throughout the day there is the Carnage Bar. For those in the mood for something a little more indulgent, don’t forget to book afternoon tea as well.