If you are a person who enjoys activities, you are in luck with Fairway’s Hotel. It is only a short drive from so many different activities available. If you want to get some fresh air on your stay, there are many outdoor activities available. If relaxing and unwinding is part of the plan, the Dundalk cinema is the one for you showing the latest movies available and offering delicious treats! 

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Ideally located close to the national forestry award winning Ravensdale Forest, near Dundalk, County Louth, Ravensdale Lodge Equestrian and Trekking Centre is in an area of breath-taking beauty. Lying in the shadow of the Cooley Mountains and with wide open spaces that are a horse rider’s dream, the lodge is proud to offer riders lessons, trekking, hacking, cross country and much more. 

If you are looking to get outdoors for a fun filled action packed afternoon, from start to finish, look no further than Watchtower Adventures, which is located less than 20 minutes from the hotel. It’s the ultimate day out, enjoying paintballing, bubble soccer or go karting. They are activities to suit all ages- You’ll officially be the coolest parents, if you bring the kids here! 

Nestled between the great links of Ireland’s North East coast lies the region’s premier parkland course at Dundalk Golf Club.  Set on an elevated site above the seaside village of Blackrock, Dundalk Golf Club offer magnificent panoramic views across Dundalk Bay to the legendary Colley & Mourne mountains.  Founded in 1905, Dundalk Golf Club is a member’s club but warmly welcomes visitors to come and enjoy its beautiful course. 

Located less than a 30-minute drive from the hotel. There are over 15 activities to choose, from climbing, ziplining, crazy golf, bowling to soft play areas. There is also an adult’s only jacuzzi. There is something for the whole family to enjoy at Funtasia! 

Situated right at the start of the Carlingford Lough Greenway is On Yer Bike. A place to rent bikes and cycle from Carlingford to Omeath, you can travel along the shore of the lough with water and mountain views, plus plenty of fresh air. Their brilliant family packages start from 2-hour rentals up to full days, plus they have a range of bikes and pull-along trailers to cater for even the youngest children. If cycling is not for you, the greenway is just as enjoyable on foot! 

End your day with a calming cruise across The Lough of Legends. Set sail aboard the Carlingford Lough Ferry, which takes you from Greencastle at the foot of the Mournes to Greenore beneath the Cooley Mountains, or vice versa. Tickets can be booked online