On the Ring of Kerry, Goosey Island is the perfect stopover for the night or 2 or 3 nights to rest & recuperate. Park up on the banks of the Sneem river, 2 minute walk into the village, with bars & Restaurants to suit all tastes. The village itself is one of those villages where you feel at home as soon as you step foot out of the motorhome.
With over 35 spaces, all hardstanding and with EHU, many of our customers become lifetime friends and Goosey Island becomes one of their favourite places to stay in Ireland. Not only is there somewhere safe & secure to park your motorhome for only €15, €5 for EHU if required, Black & Grey empty, Fresh water, Refuse collection €2/€3 every evening (optional). Sneem also has an abundance of Pubs & Restaurants to enjoy, there's fishing in the Sneem river to be done & spectacular walks to be taken. We only take Motorhomes/Campervans in Goosey Island. Check in at Dan Murphys Bar, there's no bookings or reservations, just ring Sean on the day of Travel to Sneem, and he'll let you know if theres space available.
Sneem is one of those Irish villages that prides itself on the welcome it gives to visitors,
No matter what direction you come into Sneem, either from Killarney or Kenmare, you get to drive along the famous & scenic Ring of Kerry. Coming from Killarney you can stop at "The Ladies View" just like Queen Victoria's Ladies in Waiting. Onwards to Sneem, and on arrival soak up the Irish Village Atmosphere, where a welcome, second to none awaits you. 10 Pubs/Restaurants await you should you require a drink or meal, after parking your motorhome up in Goosey Island,
The local MACE shop, has all your daily needs, the post office can send your postcards. Quills on South Square specialise in Aran Sweaters and Irish Gifts and jewellery.
Should you need to update your CD collection for music when you're touring theres always Hickeys Music Shop, next door to Dan Murphy's Bar. Our Local Butcher has the award winning Black Pudding, you'll hear about while you're in Sneem.
2 of our regular visitors to Goosey Island, sent in this video from their stay in March 2022