Frequently asked questions

Do all pitches have electricity?

Yes, all pitches have electric hook-up which is free of charge.

What kind of connection do I need for electric hook-up?

The hook up cable (or extension lead) is the main cable you'll need to get power to your camping unit. You must have one of these to use the campsite's power supply. The mains cable will have a 3-pin electric hookup male end socket to plug into the power bollard. See picture below.

Which facilities do you offer on the campsite?

We offer toilet and shower facilities as well as a campers' kitchen for washing up. In the campers' kitchen you will find a fridge, freezer, kettle and microwave which you can use. However, no cooking is permitted inside the campers' kitchen. We also offer laundry facilities (washing machine and dryer) against payment. There is a separate elsan point and an R.V. service area for water and waste drop. We have a total of 32 mains hook up points, several water points and offer free WiFi.

Is your holiday park child friendly?

Yes, although we don't have any childrens facilities, we do have plenty of grass area to play on for children. We don't allow children using scooters or bicycles on the campsite because the campsite is NOT suitable for children cycling.

Is WiFi available?

Yes, we offer free WiFi throughout the holiday park.

Are there shops, restaurants, pubs nearby?

Peg's Shop is only 100 metres from the campsite. It's a small supermarket with fresh coffee/tea and you can buy local and home baked products. Their homemade sandwiches are the best! The closest pub/restaurant is the Wild Atlantic Bar which is 5km away. During high season they offer a pick up and drop off service for our customers free of charge subject to pre-booking. More restaurants and pubs can be found in either Glengarriff or Castletownbere, both approximately a 20 minutes' drive from our campsite.

Are bedlinen and towels provided?

Yes, bedlinen and 1 towel per person is provided free of charge during your stay in one of our rooms or cottages.

Do I need to book in advance?

Yes, during high season (June, July and August) we reccommend to book well in advance to avoid dissapointment. Off season it's not necessary to pre-book a pitch. We are open all year round.

Is there a beach nearby?

Yes, there are several pebbled beaches nearby. The nearest one would be at kayak and sailing centre just 2km from the campsite. Alternatively, the Adrigole river and harbour are right in front of the campsite and it's safe to swim here during high tide.

What's the check-in and check-out time?

Check-in for the campsite is from 13.00hrs and check-out is before 12.00hrs. Check-in for the lodge rooms and cottages is from 16.00hrs and check-out is before 11.00hrs. Latest arrival: 21.00hrs in high season and 19.00hrs in low season.

What method of payment do you accept?

We accept cash and cards at Hungry Hill Lodge and Campsite.

Are barbecues allowed?

Yes, but all barbecues must be gas or charcoal and free standing on legs. Disposable BBQ's must not be used on grass or park benches and can only be used if placed on stands that are available from reception against € 10,- security deposit. Stands that are provided with a disposable BBQ are NOT acceptable. Any damage to grass or park benches will incur a penalty of € 50,- for repair.

Are fire pits/ open fires allowed?

All fire pits must be a minimum of 0,5 metre off the ground and have a substantial base to prevent ashes falling onto the grass. Alternatively, you are free to use our centrally located campfire pit to make a campfire. Any damage to grass or park benches will incur a penalty of € 50,- for repair.

Are dogs allowed?

Yes, dogs are allowed on our campsite(max. 2 per booking). Dogs MUST be kept on a short lead at all times, no exceptions! Dog waste must be picked up and disposed of in the green bins. NO dogs are allowed in our lodge rooms and cottages!

Are tokens needed for the showers?

No, tokens are not needed. Hot showers are free of charge.

Do you offer seasonal pitches?

No, we don't have seasonal pitches available.

Is there local transportation nearby?

Yes, we have a bus stop in front of the campsite and on the other side of the road it's located at Peg's Shop, 100 metres away. Bus Éireann Route 236 (Cork - Dunmanway - Bantry - Glengarriff - Castletownbere v.v.) stops here. You can download the timetable here.

Are visitors allowed?

No offsite visitors allowed.

Do you have good wheelchair access and facilities for disabled?

Although our campsite offers good wheelchair access, our facilities aren't wheelchair friendly. It's something we hope to improve in the near future.

Can I charge my electric vehicle?

No, it's not possible to charge electric vehicles at our campsite. Our electric hook-ups are not suitable for electric vehicle charging.