Stayed in this hotel on a Saturday night. Ask to stay in the new part of the hotel as the old part... See full review
Oct 7, 2012
great getaway break
went to all ireland elvis festival, it was fantastic, staff very friendly and helpful, food... See full review
Nov 7, 2011
The Fairways Hotel Dundalk is located midway between Dublin and Belfast on the M1 corridor, just 40 minutes from Dublin Airport and boasts the best rates on this stretch of the coast. The hotel is situated just 2km from the picturesque seaside village of Blackrock, which offers a wide and varied selection of excellent restaurants and pubs overlooking the sea.
Leisure facilities are available to all guests over the age of 16 in the neighbouring Felda Health Fitness & Spa. Enjoy a wide range of facilities including Gym, Pool, Sauna and Steam Room. A variety of treatments are also available on request.
Hotel offers Bar, Conference Facilities, Disabled facilities, Wireless Internet, Lift/Elevator, Lobby, Parking Facilities At Cost, Reception and Restaurant.
Dublin International Airport.
The Fairways Hotel and Conference Centre is ideally situated half way between the cities of Dublin and Belfast and just two miles outside the coastal town of Dundalk. Take the exit for Dundalk South off the M1. Heading towards Dundalk turn right for Castlebellingham (after passing the Xerox plant) and follow the road for 1 mile. The hotel is on your left.
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Room offers 1 double bed or 2 twin beds with cable TV, color TV, private bathroom and telephone.
Enjoy the unique dining experience in the quiet and peaceful ambience of the Walnut Restaurant. Complete with its own private section, The Walnut is ideally suited to small private lunches and dinner parties. The Chef team have passion for producing the finest of dishes with only the best of local produce.
Relax and unwind in the comfort of The Fairways Bar or enjoy a drink by the fire in the luxurious lounge area. Both A La Carte and Bar Menus are available until 10pm each night.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
Stayed in this hotel on a Saturday night. Ask to stay in the new part of the hotel as the old part has a very strong smell of smoking even walking through the corridors.
The room we had was lovely and very good value with a nice breakfast
The only complaint I had was the music played in the bar that night. We had been told by the barman earlier that it would be 80's and 90's music and very lively. We went into town for a meal and then got a taxi back to the hotel for the entertainment only to find that it was music that my Nan would like. Dickie Rock is not from the 80's or 90's. It did not suit the age group staying in the hotel. Had we known we would have stayed in town and enjoyed the rest of our evening.
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Short drive from hotel
We looked up restaurants on the trip adviser website and came across the Reve Brasserie. It was lovely and great value. 3 course meal for €20. We would never have come across it without the website.