Hungry Hill Lodge
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Hungry Hill Lodge is family run offering personal attention and local advice. 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.
Hungry Hill Lodge sits in four acres of open parkland on the shores of Bantry Bay at the base of the Healy Pass. The Beara walking and cycling routes go past the entrance.
The campsite offers a host of facilities including electric power points, grass and hard standing, freshwater points, chemical disposal, wastewater disposal and RV service area, free hot showers, a laundry room and a camper’s kitchen. Bicycle rental is available on site and free WiFi.
There is an open fire pit and many picnic benches for customer use. BBQ’s are available for hire.
The local store is just metres away that stock daily fresh produce.
Dogs are welcome on the campsite but must be kept on a lead at all times, but sorry they are not permitted in any of the self-catering accommodation.
Accommodation within the grounds include single, double and family rooms in the self catering lodge building, a private four berth log cabin, a private two berth stone cottage and fully equipped euro tents. The log cabin and stone cottage share the facilities of the main lodge building.
All customers are given a warm welcome and a local tourism information guide.
Adrigole Pier is safe for bathing and swimming and where you can experience Kayaking with the seals.