Submission date for 'the windows of eyeries' art trail

Bring your work to Eyeries Village Hall on Sunday 15th July!

'The Windows of Eyeries' is an art trail featuring the creative gifts of those artists - from amateur to professional - who live in Beara, who are from Beara, or who are inspired by Beara. It can be enjoyed from 19th July to the end of August displayed in the windows of houses throughout the village.


If you would like to exhibit your work, commission-free, please bring it to Eyeries Village Hall on Sunday 15th July between noon and 7pm, labelled with your name, contact number and price. 

Storytelling At the rambling house

Now the first Monday evening of the month

Mary Maddison's famous Beara Yarn Spinners storytelling sessions at The Rambling House in Eyeries are now on the first Monday evening of each month from 7pm-10pm. 


Storytelling is an important part of Irish culture and Mary is keeping the tradition alive here in Eyeries. Come and listen to traditional and not-so traditional tales and perhaps some music and songs for good measure. Maybe you have some stories of your own that you would like to tell!


Free admission - please ring Mary on 027 74319 for details.


Eyeries Motor home park opens

New accommodation for holiday makers

Friday 18th May saw the opening of Eyeries Motor Home Park located near the centre of the village. 


It will be open throughout the season until the end of October and all holiday weekends.


Cindy's Gems Café is the newest place to eat in Eyeries

Enjoy a meal or just a drink at this new meeting and eating place. Cindy's Gems Café has cosy sofas, outdoor seating and toys for children, making this a great family venue in which to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner.


9am - 7pm  Monday - Saturday

10am - 6pm Sunday

Heavy Snowfall in Eyeries!

We do not see snow very often in Eyeries because of its coastal location close to the warm Gulf Stream current in the Atlantic Ocean.  


On 2nd March 2018, the heaviest snow for a very long time (perhaps since 1947) covered the village and surrounding countryside. Fluffy, snowy bliss was enjoyed by all for a perfect short spell whilst much of the rest of the country endured the unpleasant side of heavy snow for much longer.