The Louth Arms Pub has a spacious lounge, a bar, and also a riverside beer garden with a smoking area overlooking the river Glyde. All music and/or sporting events can be seen on the big screens. Private car park and transport facilities are also available.
Refurbished to a very high standard, the inn has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence and is also approved by Family Homes of Ireland and Bord Fáilte.
It has a spacious lounge, a bar, private function room and also a riverside beer garden. The accommodation consists of two double rooms, one family room, and one single room. All of them are stylishly furnished and decorated, with en suite facilities, multi-channel TV and telephone. There are attractive rates with special discounts for long term and group bookings; all major credit cards are accepted.
Function room available for all occasions – 21st parties, weddings, christening parties, anniversary parties, etc – all catered for.
The village of Tallanstown occupies a picturesque location on the banks of the River Glyde in the heart of Co. Louth. Triangular in shape, the village was developed in the 19th century to house workers on the nearby Louth Hall estate and it has the trim and neat appearance of many such estate villages.
Not surprisingly, the village has several times been winner for the county in the National Tidy Towns competition but in 2010 the efforts of the community paid off and Tallanstown was declared the National Winner of the competition. The judges declared: "Tallanstown has an idyllic rural charm that has been enhanced by the considered approach you have taken to projects within the village area. All involved with this year’s entry are warmly thanked and congratulated for their efforts and wished well in 2011".
At the apex of the triangle stands The Louth Arms, a charming old traditional inn whose history stretches back to 1685 when it was granted a charter as Manor Court to the estate. At that time the estate was owned by the Plunkett family whose most celebrated member was St Oliver Plunkett.
The Louth Arms has been run by the Smyth family in Tallanstown for many years. Originally a barracks the building in which the Louth Arms is now situated dates back to 1685. The Smyth family have run the business there for over 100 years and over four generations of the family have worked behind establishments counter.
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Louth Arms,,Tallanstown, Ireland