A place you
can call home

Our Homes

Our homes are found at the tip of West Cork’s Beara Peninsula where rolling Ballydonegan Bay and the Sliabh Miskish mountains collide. Modern, cosy and comfortable, the detached hideaways, are built into a landscape steeped in copper mining history, 20 minutes walk from colourful Allihies village. All with a Skellig view, the houses provide an ideal location for walkers, cyclists, geologists, historians, artists and dreamers of all shapes and sizes. Groups accommodated.

Step through the front doors, and you are at once in colourful living rooms, full of cosy charm, with eclectic furniture and original artworks. Hidden Beara’s luxurious, elegant houses’ landscaping is flanked by hydrangeas, blending perfectly into an Allihies landscape. We offer home from home kitchens where Cahermeeleboe spring water flows from the taps.


January to April – €650
May – €750
June/July/August – €850
September – €750
October – December – €650
Easter/Christmas/New Year – €850
3 Night Bank Holiday – €600

Sleeps 8

2 Double Bedrooms
One En-Suite
2 Twin Bedrooms
One En-Suite
Main Bathroom Downstairs
Open Plan
Hi-Speed Broadband


Hi Speed Broadband

Nespresso Machine

Electric Kettle & Toaster

Electric Oven & Hob

Fridge & Freezer



Washing Machine & Tumble Dryer

Flat Screen Television & DVD Player

Faro Eco Efficient Electric Heating


Hidden Beara homes are found in a landscaped setting at the end of a secluded drive near the village of Allihies.

All houses have magnificent views to the Skelligs with the convenience of numerous Beara Way Walk trails on either side. Park the car when you arrive and leave it.

Our Homes

Located at the tip of the Beara Peninsula in West Cork, our Irish Tourist Board approved self catering homes offer luxury and comfort in a glorious setting.

Our Amenities

A wide range of modern amenities are sure to make your stay as pleasant as possible, including satellite television and high speed broadband and Wi-Fi as standard.


Unwind in the unspoiled scenery of the Beara Peninsula, a beautifully secluded community, just a stones throw from the picturesque Atlantic ocean.

The Beara Peninsula

In the southwest of Ireland, The Beara Peninsula lays set against the wild Atlantic ocean. Surrounded by history, it is home to ancient hidden treasures, gorgeous hiking trails, and vibrant communities.

The Wild Atlantic

The Beara Peninsula is home to some of the most picturesque views of the Wild Atlantic, whether you are interested in Photography, Hiking, Fishing or more, you are sure to find something special.

Things to do

There is a range of fantastic outdoor activities to partake in in the local community including Fishing, Hiking, Cycling, Horse-Riding.