Accommodation

Collon house was built in 1740 and was the home of John "Speaker" Foster, the last Speaker of the Irish House of Commons until the Act of Union in 1800. The house contains finely decorated rooms with period furniture and portraits, overlooking a sunken box garden and herbaceous borders. Stay in sumptious Georgian surroundings with all modern facilities. A luxurious coach service to Dublin (Collins Coaches, Route 980) departs from outside our gate, making a car-free day trip to Dublin much more relaxing. Collon is situated in the midst of the historic Boyne Valley, Newgrange, Old Mellifont Abbey and Monasterboice Round Tower are under 20 minutes drive away. 

"Collon House, Co. Louth
Very charming Downton Abbey-esque B&B in the Boyne Valley, with the best breakfast going."
The Irish Times

Year round boutique private country house B&B accommodation is now available at Collon House.

Enjoy bespoke bedrooms and our traditional Irish Breakfast served in the panelled dining room.

Bed and breakfast rates range between €150 and €180 based on two people sharing a double room.

Dinner is available if booked in advance for groups of 6 or more. Alternatively there are many local restaurants in the area.

A wing is also available for short term letting, please contact us for further details.

Free WI-FI is available at Collon House


The Canopy Room

The Canopy room is furnished with period antiques and paintings. The en-suite facilities are cleverly hidden behind doors, one door leads to the shower, another leads to the wc and sink.

The Chinese Bedroom


Authentic period features....

The Panelled Dining Room

Dinner is available if booked in advance for groups of 6 or more.

The Four Poster Room

Speaker Foster's four-poster room was added to the house in 1790. The antique bed is slightly shorter than a normal bed for the period. The en-suite facilities are cleverly hidden behind doors, one door leads to the shower, another leads to the wc and sink.

The Oriel Suite


Spacious luxurious bedrooms and suites.