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Posted in General News by Ballyhoura Mountain Lodges on Wednesday 14 October 2020

As of midnight on Tues 6th of Oct 2020 the Republic of Ireland has moved to level 3. This means people are asked to stay in their region and to keep the number of people they meet to a minimum.

You will find further information here at

Guests are advised to please familiarise yourself with our Covid 19 policy in advance of arriving at Ballyhoura Mountain Lodge properties.

Note: These guidelines are subject to change as Government restrictions and Public Health guidelines evolve, these guidelines will evolve to reflect new Government advice and changes to protocols when they emerge. All guidelines have been developed in line with the Government’s Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business and the Return to Work Safely Protocol, based on the latest health guidance available from the Department of Health and the HSE.

  • Guests are advised to stand, at all times, at least 2 metres* away from other groups of people who are not from the same household.

  • Government Public Health advice recommends the wearing of face coverings if it is difficult to practice physical distancing. This may help prevent people who do not know they have the virus from spreading it to others.

  • It is policy of the Ballyhoura Mountain Lodges that bookings made prior to or during the Covid 19 Pandemic will be rescheduled at a later time.

Thank you for your understanding in this difficult time. We look forward to welcoming you to our forest homes when the current restrictions have been lifted. You hope you stay safe. Ballyhoura Mountain Lodges Team

Posted in General News by Ballyhoura Mountain Lodges on Friday 21 December 2018

We have a new guest at the Lodges this Christmas period. A red squirrel came to reception and tucked into the bird feeder! Lovely fella and is coming back to feed regularly.

You can check him out in our Gallery here!

We also caught a video of him at the feeder. See here on Facebook.


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