Beagh Castle is steeped in centuries of rich history. Standing on a promontory site with panoramic views of the Shannon, this location has always been a strategic point on the Estuary. Beagh (pronounced ‘bay’) Castle and it’s surrounds have witnessed a rich and diverse history over many centuries encompassing Normans, Vikings and ancient Irish Celts.
Our Holiday cottages are situated on 18 acres, which host donkeys, ponies, goats and rabbits. Our guests are welcome to visit and feed the animals. Take a stroll along the shore to the little sandy beach and forage for the plentiful seaweed or relax in the on-site Iverus Café where you can enjoy a pizza and a glass of wine.
The picturesque little village of Ballysteen is a few minutes drive away from our holiday cottages. The old Carnegie library has just been restored and Beagh Church and graveyard are a reminder of times past. Ballynacourty gardens are a must see. The medieval town of Askeaton is just a 10 minute drive and the ancient Desmond Castle and Franciscan Friary attract thousands of visitors from all over the world.
The picturesque village of Adare is less than half an hour away.