If you read our guide to the most incredible Airbnbs by the sea in Ireland, you might recognise this place.
Finely positioned right next to Carlingford Lough, the cosy little home known as ‘Baby House’ is a little slice of magic at the heart of one of the liveliest villages on the east coast.
And, although it’s nice and close to heaps of pubs and places to eat, it’s far enough from the middle of town so that you’ll still get to enjoy some peace and quiet.
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Welcome to the cosy Baby House in Carlingford
The most unique feature of this place are the amazing sea views. Sit in front of the enormous bay windows and enjoy views of the tranquil bay and the surrounding mountains.
Guests will be pleased to hear that the Baby House is just a short walk from some of the finest pubs and restaurants in Carlingford and a stone’s-throw from loads of things to do.
The views of the tranquil bay are breathtaking
Located in the well-preserved medieval town of Carlingford, the Baby House is an ideal place for couples looking for a romantic weekend getaway. The location is idyllic! You will be right on the sea and minutes away from the centre of the village.
This fabulous property boasts a cosy living area, small bathroom, and a kitchen with floor-to-ceiling windows and spectacular views of the lough. Climb the ladder to the mezzanine floor where you will find two comfortable futon beds.
Cosy and cool accommodation
Kieran is the perfect host and provides tea, coffee, milk, bread, and butter upon your arrival. He is always more than happy to offer tips on places to visit and things to do in Carlingford.
Guests say how the private courtyard parking is a bonus and add that the kitchen area is equipped with all the necessary utensils to prepare breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
How much a night will set you back
So, to check the price we’ve popped in a weekend in June (Friday to Sunday) for 3 people sharing. Here’s how much it’ll set you back:
- Total: €392
- Per person: €130.66
- Book a night or see more here
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