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    anyone stayed o/night here recently?

    It seems a good place to come off the ferry for a first nighter - but I found an old thread elsewhere that suggested the locals don't appreciate it and potentially up to 20 MHs end up there "nightly" .

    any pointers? Thinking of spending Monday night there!


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    Have stopped there but not in last couple of years (was ok in 2013 but busy) check out Motorhomecraic: for motorhomers across ireland
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    I'm sure our resident N.I. agent. Trev will put you right, when he gets up.
    Look at Carrick Fergus, where there is a proper aire, reasonably quiet parking and a Weatherspoons.
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    if your going round that southern coast there's one or two good spots on the copper coast close to Annestown. (Kilmore Quay is southern Ireland by the way.)
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    If going north Curracloe is ok .
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    Did find a few boy racers at Curracloe last year ,so if a problem just carry on down the lane to Ballinesker beach its much quieter
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    Quote Originally Posted by rebbyvid View Post
    if your going round that southern coast there's one or two good spots on the copper coast close to Annestown. Kilmore Quay is south by the way. If going north
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    Curracloe is ok .
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    Thereis lovely free small car park on the top of the cliffs just past Annestown (bit breezy in a howling gale mind!!) In the next small village on the coast going west there is a severe 90degree right hand bend at a pub, turn left there into what looks like someones back yard and there is a small beach-side car park tucked away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delicagirl View Post
    Thereis lovely free small car park on the top of the cliffs just past Annestown (bit breezy in a howling gale mind!!) In the next small village on the coast going west there is a severe 90degree right hand bend at a pub, turn left there into what looks like someones back yard and there is a small beach-side car park tucked away.
    Thats where top pic is taken ,if you continue on the R675 through Arnestown there is a large layby overlooking an inlet and out of the wind. Roads are very quiet overnight.
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    Cheers all.

    I did know kilmore quay is RoI ... I didn't realise though that this forum's designation of ireland/n Ireland actually meant just northern Ireland, I thought it meant RoI AND N Ireland. Apologies��.

    I cant find Ireland as in RoI in the Europe section... Can somebody point me to where i need to post about RoI please.

    Ta!

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