Co. Cork, Ireland
Tel: +353(0)27 74360
Mob: +353(0)87 797 0630
Contact: Rosarie O'Neill
Formanes House B&B Eyeries where you are assured of a great Irish welcome at Formanes House: Our B&B is situated in the outskirts of the picturesque and much filmed village of Eyeries and over looking Coulagh Bay on the Beara Peninsula situated in the South-West coast of Ireland on the Wild Atlantic Way. There are lovely walks on the coast and the Beara Way with magnificent and breath taking views on all routes.
Situated in the outskirts of the picturesque and much filmed village of Eyeries with lovely walks on the coast, ancient stone circles, Ogham Stone (tallest in Europe) 20 mins walk, and only 10 mins from Castletownbere town & second largest sheltered harbour in the world.
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Eyeries village has won several silver awards for its tidiness and general presentation in the tidy towns of Ireland. The beautiful colourful village boasts a Playground, a Sensory Garden, a Restaurant (Eyeries Bistro – I can arrange to book in advance), Post Office/Shop, Newsagents, Supermarket, seasonal Coffee Shop, two Pubs with live music at weekends and a very pretty Church. Eyeries hosts an annual Family Festival and road race (Eyeries 5 mile). There are several local artists, storytelling events.
HOW TO FIND US: Just before you arrive at Eyeries you will see the sports ground coming up on your right.Formanes House is signposted just before the sports ground on your left-hand side. When you get to Eyeries do not take the left turn into the village, instead continue on past the sports ground on the left and Formanes House is signposted immediately on your right-hand side.
Enjoy the many local summer festivals on the Beara Peninsula including the Hag of Beara. Hire a bicycle and explore Beara at your own pace, swim in the local beaches, visit the local sailing clubs. Brush up on your Golf and Pitch & Putting skills. Try your hand at some fishing in our local waters or visit some of our exciting art galleries.
Beara Way walks (luggage transfer available if necessary), Dursey Island Cable car – Ireland's only cable car. Hill walking to Allihies. We are 20mins drive from the local and much popular Buddhist retreat centre – Dzogchen Beara, Bere Island (also hosts a weekly park run – I can book a place in the ferry in advance). Tour the Healy Pass road
Allihies Historical Coppermine’s Museum and Cafe. Visit the many local ancient and historical sites. Ancient stone circles, Ogham Stone (tallest in Europe) Dzogchen Beara, Bere Island (also hosts a weekly park run – I can book a place in the ferry in advance). Tour the Healy Pass road. Visit the local towns and villages close by.
Formanes is on The Wild Atlantic so you can drive some of Irelands wonderful coastline that is the Wild Atlantic Way taking in the wonderful Beara Peninsula in West Cork. With some of West Corks most well know walks and cycle route you will be sure to have a great time.
So so good. Cosy, warm, generous and friendly and very helpful. Will recommend.Michael, Brisbane.
Brilliant, lovely warm welcome, great breakfasts, beautiful countryside and a stunning view, what more could you ask for. Thank you so much,we'll definitely be back.Kevin and Dee, London
We had a most enjoyable stay here,perfect in everything, clean rooms, good beds, great breakfasts, quietness, magnificent view over Coulagh Bay and above all a very warm welcome. Rosarie and Battie made us feel at home and were always ready to help.Bridgette and Charles, France
Thank you for your great and warm hearted hospitality, we had a wonderful time.Nele and Angelica, Germany