Lovely site. Community run, it is in behind the community centre. Check in at the tourist office Easkey House across the road. The people here are lovely, can't do enough to help, great with local knowledge.
Six or seven hard stands, you'll need your levellers though as they are sloped. They may be adding more hard stands it seems.
Pitches quite small but a huge field behind this area that can be used.
Facilities immaculate. Washer & dryer available at a fee. Kitchen area with toaster kettle etc. Pay for showers, note that when the coin runs out, not only does the shower stop but the light goes out too, so don't leave it too late!
BBQ area, washing line too. Free Wifi also available, at the facilities building.
The Castle Inn does good reasonably priced good food during the day, there's a Pizza shop at night. Don't miss Pudding Row for Breakfast Brunch Lunch, people come from all over to eat here, you'll see why. Don't miss the trad night during the summer in McGowans.
The Beach Bar is not too far away (look out for the Split Rock on the way), another great spot for food.
This is a big surfing location, only for experienced surfers though. There's a pier in the harbour that's great for jumping in to the harbour from. Popular area for sea and river fishing. Go to the ruins of Easkey Castle, see if you can find the secret passage that lets you climb all the way to the top!
Go along the coast and see the fossils, and if lucky like us you may see a pod of dolphins go by. Go for a swim in Poll Gorm, safe for the small kids (it's a man made sea pool created in the 60s for kids to learn to swim).
€25 incl EHU. Stayed July 19 for a couple of nights, went away for a night but came back to Easkey for another night!
Open all year, we hope to get back for a night over the Xmas hols.
Stayed there over the weekend. With the Covid protocols you have to ring the number I got on the Motorhome App and they texted me a link to pay and then they respond with the code for the barrier and toilets. It is a great idea for the community to provide these facilities and to encourage us to stay with them. They are developing more hard stands and the number seems to reach 18. It is still work in progress. I would agree with everything Gallder said in the review. The pubs and restaurants were closed when I was there on Sunday night except for a take away and a shop.