YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN TENT AND CAMPING GEAR TO USE THIS ACCOMMODATION.
Enjoy stunning ocean views from one of Ireland's most beautiful villages. This is tent camping with a difference!
YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN TENT AND CAMPING EQUIPMENT TO USE THIS ACCOMMODATION!
Tent camp in the back garden of this wonderful Bay View home in picturesque Eyeries Village in the very Southwest of County Cork, Ireland - a wonderful stop along the Wild Atlantic Way.
Wake up to a stunning view of Coulagh Bay, the Kerry Mountains, and the Atlantic beyond. Tom, your host, is an American but has lived in Ireland for almost 30 years. Tent campers will enjoy the sound of gulls, access to hot shower / toilet facilities, and cups of tea and coffee. Feel free to use the back garden, sun deck, deck chairs and table and if the weather turns nasty, get in out of the rain and use the back 'View Room'. Enjoy the beauty of the place. It's like a little corner of Heaven itself!
*** There are miles and miles of stunning walks on the Beara Way *** Golf in Castletownbere is 4 miles south *** Wonderful swimming and fishing locally *** And the 'Craic' is mighty at Eyeries 2 local pubs. Enjoy a pint and relax with the wonderful locals of this lovely village***
Accès des voyageurs
Tent camping pitch, 2 outdoor decks and furnishings, indoor shower / toilet. IMPORTANT NOTE: Guests must have their own tent camping equipment and sleeping bags.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
As much as they want, but little enough to give privacy. Most guests cherish that!
YOUR OWN TENT AND CAMPING EQUIPMENT ARE REQUIRED.
There aren't many! 1. Feel free to use the back garden, sun deck, deck chairs and table. 2. Get in out of the rain and use the back 'View Room' if the weather turns nasty. 3. Shower and toilet facilities are available to guests as part of your nightly fee. 4. Enjoy the beauty of the place. It's like a little corner of Heaven itself!
An American living in Ireland for 30 years, Tom is also a published author and produced screenwriter. His journey to Eyeries began many years ago when he visited a local Writers' Centre (Anam Cara). He finally moved to this stunning village only in November 2010. Now, he welcomes others to share this spectacular, pristine, and friendly corner of heaven.