Friday, March 24, 2017

 

The Market House is an elegantly spacious early 19th Century listed country house exclusively available to you in Ireland’s North East. Less than 50 minutes from Dublin and Belfast via the M1.

 

Located in the heart of Dunleer Town in Co Louth, the newly restored Market House is surrounded by beautifully manicured gardens and also features a stunning Coach House, with an airy and spacious Market Courtyard. 

 

Built in the early 1830’s, it has stunning period features, including corniced ceilings, tiled hallways and all rooms blend stylish decor with modern comforts. 

 

The Market House is available for individual room rental or for exclusive corporate or private use. 

 

...It provides the stunning backdrop for your special occasion. 

 

All rooms feature: wifi, a Digital Projector, access to tea & coffee making facilities and Promotional Opportunities

  

Each room is unique in size, price and capacity. The rooms are located on the ground and first floor of the main house. The Coach House building on site also boasts ground and first floor space available to hire.

 

The Market House has the flexibility to host various events from outside entertainment in the Courtyard and gardens to more intimate events inside the Market House. 

 

Whatever your special occasion, we can provides peace, privacy and exclusivity for you, with something to cater for all budgets. 

 

Available exclusively to you and your guests, the Market House is the ideal venue for corporate meetings, team building events, workshops and classes or committee meetings of local community groups.

 

About Us

The Market House was established by The Dunleer Community Development Board for corporate and community purposes.

 
The Market House
Main Street, Dunleer, Co Louth

The Market House opening hours are Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm.

Day and evening bookings during the week are available on request.

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Phone: 089 9854278