The guest house is a Georgian town house originally built in the 1800’s and represents a fine example of period architecture inside and out. The guest house has been lovingly and sympathetically restored and converted into a unique, high quality, family run Guest House style establishment. There is a wide range of rooms available each with its own individual style and furnishings.
Ardee has the unusual distinction of having two 13th century castles on its main street. The principal town of the rich farming countryside of mid-Louth takes its name from the Irish Atha Fhirdiadh, the ford on the river Dee where the legendary hero in Irish folklore Cúchulainn fought, defeated and killed his friend Ferdia in the course of the Táin Bo Cuailgne.