Welcome to Belvedere House
Home of the BayTree Restaurant
We are a chef-owned family business and our passion is reflected in the cooking, which offers very good value, high quality food.In our restaurant we serve local crab, scallops, mussels & lobster when available, hand picked cockles and samphire, all for good value prices and we don't skimp on the portions. But you can also get your traditional steak and we are open for Sunday lunch. All our fish and meat is 100% locally sourced and we are proud to offer you the best Carlingford produce.
As a B&B we are based in the very centre of Carlingford with all the local sights on our doorstep. We are also very close to the Four Seasons Hotel, ideal for wedding accommodation and post wedding dinners. Free WiFi is available 24 hours a day in all of our rooms. Our rooms are en-suite, individually themed after the Tain Bo Culaigne (The Cattle Raid of Cooley), modern, original and very comfortable, all with coffee/tea facilities, hairdryers, power showers and flat screen TVs with a selection of satellite channels
We offer you a very warm welcome in Carlingford
Our head chef Conor puts up a recipe every Monday that you can make at home for your family or a diner party your planning. Simply click on the link below to go to our facebook page, like it and every Monday you will have a new dish!
Conor & Kristina
Belvedere House is centrally located in the medieval village of Carlingford, close to all amenities and within walking distance of the Four Seasons Hotel. We offer clean comfortable rooms, newly renovated, and a good hearty breakfast.
The BayTree Restaurant
Fresh fish and lots of it. Home made desserts, breads, ice creams, stocks and sauces. Organic where
possible. Nice candle lit dining room. And for Sunday Lunch bring your family.
In the Centre of Carlingford
Carlingford is a character rich medieval town with castle, defensive walls, narrow streets and urban town houses. But it is nowadays also associated with gourmet restaurants, golf, sailing and hiking in the Cooley Mountains.