Mick & Laraine Reddy
Four Directions, Park, Waterfall, Castletownbere, Co Cork
Mobile: +353 (0) 86037 6873
Email: laraine.reddy@aol.com 



The Beara Way walking route takes in the entire Beara Peninsula but you can join the trail at any number of points along its length, including right outside the cottage front door.


The route to the top of Hungry Hill and down the other side is a seven or eight hour climb, covering 13km and rising 685 metres. Only for experienced hill walkers.



However you can take a more leisurely ramble to Park Lough. From the cottage to the Lough takes about 10 minutes. 

We have a large selection of walking maps of the local area. Just ask and we will be happy to give you maps to take with you.



The footbridge over the Rossmackowen river on the western side of Hungry Hill and is on the loop walk which passes by the cottage.


"On a sunny day climbing Hungry Hill took us 2 hours and we were rewarded with the most amazing views. The cottage sits at the foot of the hill, overlooking meadows, islands and the sea." 

Stefan, Germany, March 2014


The Beara Peninsula is a place which time has forgotten with old world seaside towns and fishing villages, rich in Irish mythology, legends, and archaeological sites.


Run on quiet traffic free routes with amazing scenery 

Join one of the many organized runs held all over the Peninsula