McKevitt’s Village Hotel Accommodation Carlingford is a family run hotel that lies in the centre of Carlingford town. Our accommodation in Carlingford consists of 14 ensuite bedrooms with a warm traditional decorative theme. Guests can avail of family, twin, double, single or triple rooms.
We are also proud to offer superb dining in Schooners Restaurant where you can sample the culinary delights of our locally sourced ingredients. The restaurant is a member of the Good Food Circle which aims to promote Carlingford Restaurants through the use of indigenous produce. Also available is our extensive Bar Snack Menu where you can be tempted by such favourites as our unrivalled Seafood Chowder, Carlingford Mussels and Oysters.
Evening Entertainment in the Bar is provided by local musicians throughout each weekend with a disco on Saturday night. Local group Celtic Dawn plays each Monday night.
Guests can start their day by choosing from our Breakfast menu offering- The Full Irish (vegetarian or regular), Kippers, Fresh Fruit, Cereals, Yogurts, Grapefruit, Juices, Homemade Walnut and Wheaten bread, Tea and Coffee.
Each room contains tea and coffee making facilities, television, iron and hairdryer. Wireless broadband is available to all guests throughout the hotel.
There are many packages available from One night stays to Mid Week and Weekend stays with or without dinner. We also have special Group Rates. We can also help coordinate Activity Breaks, Corporate events, Weddings and Functions.
Carlingford is a wonderful medieval village of natural scenic beauty and at McKevitts Village Hotel we aim to ensure that you feel comfortable and ‘home from home’.
A Long History
The Mc Kevitt Family have been in the Carlingford Hospitality industry for five generations. Originally a bar and provisions store on Market Square in Carlingford. A guest house, bar and restaurant followed and finally in 1984 it was upgraded to hotel status. Its prime central location in the village of Carlingford means it is a natural meeting place for locals and strangers near and far. Initially this was a pub and provisions store.
The premises was run by Hugh McKevitt in early 1900s and later by Barney McKevitt, the present owner’s grandfather. Originally a ledger was held, Carlingford men who went to work as merchant seamen signed a guarantee using their land as collateral.
This ensured their families were fed while they were away and upon their return whatever monies were owed the debt was settled. Men sailed from Liverpool to The Great Lakes in USA.