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Binion Bay Caravan and Camping Facility
Small and friendly or farm style campsite
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Open from Mar to Oct
The unique layout of the setting allows the stunning views to be enjoyed by all visitors.
Binion Bay Caravan and Camping Park is well situated to take advantage of the stunning panoramic views of the local area. A unique, if small, family-run caravan park which provides an ideal base to simply relax or to explore the four beaches in the surrounding area.
For hikers, there are numerous hills to hike such as Binion Hill, Racthan Mhor, Bulbin, or Urris hills. If guests have never hiked a hill but would love to start, this is the perfect place. Guests will be guaranteed some of the more stunning views in Ireland. The Hills of Clonmany are gaining in popularity. Some guidance can be provided at weekends by arrangement.
There are a range of pubs and restaurants in the local area, along with a range of activities such as the excellent Ballyliffin Golf Club, horse riding, archery, and visits to Genevan waterfall park.
Binion Bay Caravan & Camping Park have 15 pitches with electrical hook up points, a full service toilet, shower block and laundry facilities. The facility can accommodate tents, touring caravans and motorhomes.
The owners are friendly and even out of season they could accommodate you in a motorhome but facilities would be rduced.
You will speak to Ian Mc Eleney
3m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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Clean and fresh toilet/shower block. We were there on the approach to a very busy week where we felt a little like they were trying get as many units on as poss..it didnt really efect us as we just wanted a shower and a bit of peace and quiet for the night. This was shattered with a full on domestic argument 2 units up from us, again not the campsites fault but we chose to move on first thing the following morning!..€25 a night plus €2 for a shower we thought was quite steep but soon realised thats standard for Ireland. No real view from the site and we never found a way down to the beach which was obviously quite near!:))View all reviews by alisonsdub
Convenient for a lot of great natural attractions to explore and drives nearby and the surroundings typically Irish beautiful (but no sea view). The actual site more like a long, bland car park, the loo block a good walk into middle of the statics. But ehu and taps at every pitch. Owner friendly and chatty. Access by an off-beat, single-lane country road.View all reviews by timsinc