Collon

Donegan's Pub

Donegan's - a traditional Irish whiskey pub since 1871. Donegan's of Collon is situated on the main Slane - Derry route, having opened its doors as a resting place for weary travellers back in 1871, with yard and stables for the horses. Donegan's is still looking after both the local community and passers-by, whether you're looking for a seat by the two open fires on a chilly winter's day or sit in the summer sun in our comfortable yard. 

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Ardee Street,
Collon,
Co. Louth

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Collon House

Built in 1740 in the Irish Long House style, Collon House was the home of Anthony Foster, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer.

Collon House, steeped in history, is full of character and charm; its gracious rooms are exquisitely furnished with period antiques and paintings, retaining the atmosphere of early Georgian living, making this a rare opportunity to experience less than one hour from Dublin City Centre, and thirty minutes from Dublin Airport.

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Collon House Collon Co. Louth

Arriving by car

Collon House is in the centre of Historic Collon village on the N2 Dublin Derry/Londonderry road, 55kms/35 miles north of Dublin City.Or if driving from Dublin/Airport North on the M1, take junction 10, and the Collon Road, if driving Southbound on the M1, take junction 12, and the Collon Road.

Arriving by Bus/Coach

Fast and frequent coaches operate between Collon and Dublin city centre, see collinscoaches.ie for timetables.Local buses operates to Drogheda, to connect with expressway services, see buseireann.ie

Arriving by Train

The nearest Irish Rail/Iarnrod Eireann station is Drogheda, 9 miles away, see irishrail.ie for timetable.

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