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Hungry Hill Lodge & Campsite

Beara Peninsula, Cork

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Hungry Hill Lodge
Hungry Hill Lodge
  • Where:
  • Town:
    Beara Peninsula
  • County:
  • Phone:
    +353 83 119 6659
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  • Open:
    1 March - 30 November
  • Holiday Type:
    CountrysiteBeach HolidayPet FriendlyFamily FriendlyDog Friendly
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About Hungry Hill Lodge & Campsite

We are a family run campsite with glamping accommodation
and 6 self-catering rooms in our main lodge building. We offer
personal attention and advice on local attractions.

Situated in the heart of the Beara Peninsula on the Wild Atlantic
Way, perfect for visiting the south west of Ireland and Dursey
Island with its cable car and an excellent base for walking,
cycling, kayaking and shore fishing.

Our local store is open daily and just 100 metres away that stock
daily fresh produce. There’s a coffee/ice cream truck in the field
next to the campsite, open during the weekends


  • Beach Nearby

  • Camper's kitchen

  • Caravan

  • Dogs allowed

  • Electric points caravans

  • Family Rates

  • Ice Pack Freezing Facilities

  • Large Tent

  • Motorhome

  • Online booking

  • Pre-booking

  • RVs Accepted

  • Showers

  • Washing Machine

  • WiFi Access

Touring Rates

From To
Unit + 2 Adults + 2 Children €38.00 €43.00
Unit + 2 Adults €28.00 €33.00
Hiker Cyclist €15.00 €15.00

Extra Charges Levied

Facility Cost
 Shower  €0.00
 Electricity  €0.00
 Awning  €0.00
 Extra child  €5.00 (0 – 2 years free)
 Extra adult  €5.00
 Extra Car

XL tent levy




Glamping Hire Rates

Type Sleeps Per night
Log Cabin    4 €120
Stone Cottage    2 €120
Pod    2 + 1 child €100





  • Chilling out in the Beara – I have been travelling around Ireland for one year now, and this is, without doubt, my favourite campsite of all. Not just the location, but the amazing family who run it: so friendly and they even helped me out with a new tent when my other one fell apart. I haven’t even left yet and I want to come back. Stayed July 2023
  • A rare gem of a campsite – Fantastic campsite, spotlessly clean. We were blessed with glorious weather which unfortunately also meant the midges were out in full force. However, the fantastic communal fire pit provided a wonderful refuge from them. Curiously, fires are a rarity on campsites in Ireland, so this truly is a gem. We will definitely be back. Stayed June 2023
  • Excellent – TOP location to explore the Beara Penisula. This park and its owners, Jamie and Daniel, are just fantastic. They are very friendly and helpful. Kitchen, toilets, showers and grounds, are very clean. Washing and drying machine available. New playground for children. We booked 4 but we stayed 6 days. Have not one single negative point to make about this campsite! Stayed April 2023

From: Glengarriff to Castletownbere R572 Wild Atlantic Way.