The Glyde Inn
The Glyde Inn Review
Sitting right on the edge of Dundalk Bay and overlooking the Cooley and Mourne mountains, this stolid little guesthouse ("inn" is pushing it) features a quality surf-and-turf restaurant. You'd never know the Glyde was established way back in 1700, as it is now such a casual, no-fuss place. Happily, the hospitality matches the delicious locally sourced food. The menu ranges from fish pie—comfort food at its best—to lobster (the poor critters are housed in a tank tiny enough to make some people lose their appetite). The four-course special is a great deal. There's also a mean Irish breakfast you can enjoy if you book one of the inn's few B&B rooms.