Hungry Hill Lodge & Campsite
Beara Peninsula / Wild Atlantic Way
This is the perfect place to stay on the rugged and unspoilt Beara Peninsula. Our holiday park is situated in the heart of the Beara Peninsula on the Wild Atlantic Way, the longest signed coastal drive in the world. We are a family run site and offer personal attention and advice on local attractions. Our Lodge and campsite is situated at the base of the Healy Pass.
The Lodge accommodation is varied with single private rooms, double private rooms, some en-suite, a log cabin and a dorm. We also have 4 acres of campsite.
Our guests in the Lodge have the use of a fully equipped kitchen and dining area, a sitting room with open fire and freeview T.V. channels.
The Log Cabin sleeps up to 4 people consisting of 1 double bed and 1 bunk bed. It shares the facilities of the Lodge i.e. kitchen, toilets and showers.
Peg’s Mini-Market is only 100 metres away. So although you are in a tranquil rural location you should want for nothing!
We have plenty of camping space available on our fully serviced camping site. No need to book for camping - you can just arrive April to October.
A full breakfast service is available subject to pre-booking.
Please note we are unable to accept credit or debit cards, only cash accepted. Thank You.
Within easy reach are numerous towns, villages, art galleries, restaurants and pubs for a pint of the black stuff! The site is an excellent base for walking and cycling. Nearby are two golf courses, riding stables, sailing, kayaking and there is excellent shore fishing.
Ideally situated for touring the South West of Ireland including, Mizen Head, Killarney National Park, the Ring of Kerry, Dingle Peninsula and Dursey Island with Ireland’s only cable car.
From 24.95 euros per person per night