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Beara Camping lies in a unique location on the spectacular Ring Of Beara just 13km from Kenmare and is centrally located to explore Dingle, Ring of Kerry, Ring of Beara and Sheepshead. Beara Camping caters for tents and campers/caravans of all sizes. Cabins and Mobile Homes are available to rent.
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Gill M wrote a review Jul 2020
Dublin, Ireland31 contributions25 helpful votes
We camped here for 3 nights and loved it, the location is fantastic- just outside Kenmare so you can stock up on bbq items and food and its just at the tip of the beautiful ring of Beara. The Dutch couple running the place are lovely and they've done a pretty good job of giving you that camping freedom by allowing camp fires and providing electricity close to your tent. The facilities are basic but were all we needed for our 3 nights, will definitely be back!
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Happiness783762 wrote a review Sep 2019
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Visiting the Beara peninsula is an great experience. Basalt rock, high peaks and black soft sand which was soothing and exhilarating to walk upon. The scenery is impressive and unique to the peninsula. Great restaurants and a variety of of meals on every menu and they were very reasonable. The Hungry Hill campsite is set in the centre of great beauty and is about 17 km. from Glengarriff, a great place to visit. The Bonane area stole our hearts, located there is a lovely shop called Molly Gallivan who has lots of bargains and carry a wide variety of Irish garments, Aran sweeaters, hand woven scarfs,,shawls , tweed jackets, jewellery , soft toys and lots more.. There is a farm adjacent to the shop and it is part of the shop and organise farm tours where an employee
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Date of stay: September 2019
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kukumberpie wrote a review Sep 2019
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Lovely place and very well kept. Our cabin was well supplied but we were pretty cold during the night (it was September). The showers were draughty too and not super hot. If you're cycling or walking Beara bring cash, or better, food to cook as there's nothing to get around with card. The owners did us an oven pizza which we were very grateful for! They were also really helpful when my bike got a flat tyre.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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amandadurham wrote a review Aug 2019
Durham, United Kingdom4 contributions4 helpful votes
The cabin was furnished with everything we needed. The bed was surprising comfy. The cabin had a fridge and kettle and was supplied with tea and coffee, washing up liquid and tea towels. The sight has a very laid back atmosphere and the hosts were very friendly and helpful. A good position for exploring the beautiful Beara peninsula. Showers had amply hot water and were free. We stayed in cabin 3, nicely tucked away. We loved it but don’t expect luxury glamping.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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WelshRobby wrote a review Jun 2019
Abergavenny, United Kingdom39 contributions5 helpful votes
On cycle tour with no campsite in Kenmare so had to cycle 13km to Beara. But so worth while ,it was so peaceful and quiet only the birds singing . We camped in a field all on our own with a barn with a stove and kettle and benches to sit on even flowers on the table and we lit the fire in the evening and sat around to keep warm and away from the midges . Breakfast next morning three rolls cheese and ham just for five euros excellent value lovely couple well worth a stop . I gave it four stars only as the shower was Basic in draughty area but it did work.
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Date of stay: June 2019
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Maggie771 wrote a review Apr 2019
Cork, Cork, Ireland4 contributions3 helpful votes
Fantastic place to stay and the hosts were fantastic too the scenery the beach and great resturanunts were all near by we also enjoy a beautiful Bonfire with quality few relaxing drinks will definitely be staying there again very soon .Margaret ryan
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Date of stay: April 2019
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CMK79 wrote a review Aug 2018
Magherafelt, United Kingdom184 contributions88 helpful votes
A great spot! We stayed in one of the cabins. It was very comfortable with good facilities. The toilets and showers are clean, but they are slightly open to the elements and nature so finding the odd bug in the loo has to be expected! The showers were quite powerful and warm. Great communal areas with stove to cook on and fire places. Pretty decent wi-fi too for such a space! Would return.
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Date of stay: August 2018
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puntospilot wrote a review Jul 2018
cork470 contributions15 helpful votes
Ok ,so this is a place easy to review but difficult to decide how many stars to give. It's certainly not a 5 star campsite in terms of traditional rating systems whereby you need to have pristine toilet/ shower blocks, laundry / kitchen/ day rooms/ mega play areas for kids etc... Beara camping thankfully hasn't these things. This is very much a back to basics, almost wild camping site. The toilets/showers are rough and ready but pretty clean. They're basically wooden huts with corrugated roof but the showers are free and you can look at the sky through the slats as you shower. The site is nicely laid out. The 3 or 4 camping areas are private and surrounded by trees. It's nice that they're separate from the campervans. A friendly mother deer and fawn were roaming the site
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Date of stay: July 2018
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katiekc wrote a review Jul 2018
Cork, Ireland8 contributions4 helpful votes
Drive right past. Keep going and avoid the unpleasant owner. He won’t allow you to check out the overpriced pitch before taking your money. If you keep going (further towards Beara) you’ll arrive in Lauragh and at another very pleasant campsite with delightful helpful owners. It’s called Creeveen lodge Campsite.
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Date of stay: July 2018
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Dragonleo R wrote a review Jul 2018
New Ross, Ireland19 contributions27 helpful votes
So it is very nice place when u can rent a house or put a tent on a camping site. Great owners , good price, nice place for family relax or meet with friend at the weekend. My an my wife with friends was few times on the summer in this place an always was great , recommended for all
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Date of stay: August 2017
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IrelandProvince of MunsterCounty KerryTuosist
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