Beara Coast House - Stay on the Beara Peninsula, along the Wild Atlantic Way
Sheep on the rocks

Beara Coast House

"Beara is beyond; it’s different. A tapering 30 mile-long forefinger of land that pokes powerfully out into the ocean, it feels far more rugged, ancient and untamed than its next-door neighbours. There’s often an enduring sense of isolation and emptiness out here; you feel on the edge of something on Beara – a county (the peninsula is split between Cork and Kerry), a country, a continent, even a culture." The Guardian

House Facilities

The pretty blue house is in a very safe location with other holiday houses. The shared green area is ideal for children to play and there is a private small garden and patio also.

Sleeps 6 people.

  • Bedroom 1: Double bed with shower room ensuite.
  • Bedroom 2: Double bed.
  • Bedroom 3: Twin beds.
  • One house bathroom and one shower room.

  • Traditional Irish open fireplace (as well as central heating)

  • Bed Clothes and Towels provided
  • Wi-Fi
  • Television and DVD
  • Cooker and Microwave
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Dishwasher

We LOVED Beara Coast House. The village was perfect, a really quiet getaway, and the surrounding environment to the Beara Peninsula had some of the most beautiful scenery I have very seen. - Laura, Devon, England

Well-behaved Pets Welcome!

Pets are allowed on request, provided they are house-trained and do not cause any disturbance to neighbours. An additional cleaning fee of €35 applies, this is payable directly to the keyholder onsite. Please be sure to mention your pet on booking.

Why not also stay at Kerry Coast House?

Our sister self-catering house is a waterfront house on Kenmare Bay. Why not spend a week in County Cork and a week in County Kerry?
Read up about the house and the beautiful Ring of Kerry.