20 Ireland Glamping sites you need to know about!
Here’s 20 of the best glamping sites in Ireland for you to choose from. Escape from it all, enjoy the great outdoors, but do it in style! That’s what glamping is all about, and there’s no better country in the world to try it than Ireland.
1. Rock Farm – Slane, Co. Meath, Ireland
Rock Farm is another glamping site which combines eco-tourism with a selection of varied accommodation. Yurts, shepherds huts and bell tents are set between trees in an undulating meadow. Open to hen and stag parties, weddings, and other groups, there are numerous activities to choose from when staying there, including cycling, kayaking, and of course hiking. Great for an adventure break in Ireland.
Find out more – http://rockfarmslane.ie/
2. Pure Camping – Co. Clare, Ireland
Another glamping site along the Wild Atlantic Way, Pure Camping is an eco retreat in Querrin, near Kilkee, Ireland. Just a 15 minute walk away from a shingle beach, the site has two types of glamping units available, which include Bell Tents and Eco Wooden Cabins. Stay for a night when cycling the Wild Atlantic Way, or a long weekend on a yoga break.
Find out more – http://purecamping.ie/
3. Blackstairs Eco Trails Shepherd’s Huts – Co. Carlow, Ireland
Two shepherds huts provide cosy accommodation at Blackstairs Eco Trails along a floodlit Old Beech Walk. This Ireland glamping site is a must-visit for anyone interested in natural history (there is an excellent library), and nature walks. A delicious organic breakfast is included in the price for glampers.
Find out more – https://www.blackstairsecotrails.ie/
4. Pink Apple Orchard – Co. Leitrim, Ireland
This is a unique Luxury ‘Eco’ Glamping Retreat in beautiful and rustic Leitrim, Ireland. The accommodation is all custom designed and hand built, providing an almost otherworldly setting amongst the apple trees. Guests can choose from 1 of 3 yurts, a hobbit house, Teepee or Gypsy Wagon. Guests are also encouraged to create their own pizzas in the outdoor pizza oven!
Find out more – http://www.irelandglamping.com/
5. Eastcoast Adventure Glamping Pods – Co. Down, Ireland
East Coast Glamping is located about 6 km from Rostrevor village in Co. DOwn, Ireland, with views down the valley to the spectacularly beautiful Carlingford Lough. Mountain Bike enthusiasts and outdoor types love this site, and it is just 10km from the excellent MTB trails in Kilbroney Forest Park. Kayaking and stand up paddle boarding can also be tried in the area when staying in the pods. Each pods can accommodate up to four adults, but glampers will need to provide their own bedding.
Find out more – https://www.eastcoastadventure.com/accommodation/
6. Ballyvolane House Glamping – Co. Cork, Ireland
Set in the grounds of a historic Irish country house, glampers can choose from bell tents and a rather unique glamping ark. Quirky touches such as hot water bottles, denim filled mattresses, tea light chandeliers and a breakfast served until noon make this one of Ireland’s more unusual glamping experiences in Ireland.
Find out more – http://ballyvolanehouse.ie/
7. Dromquinna Manor – Co. Kerry, Ireland
Safari tents in Ireland? You read it right! At Dromquinna glampers are housed in South African style safari tents, including one super-luxury tent known as The Hideway which is perfect for couples seeking a romantic break. Surrounded by the Irish countryside with plenty to see and do, onsite facilities such as the Boat House Bistro, a BBQ area and table tennis round off the experience nicely.
Find out more – http://www.dromquinnamanor.com/
8. Grove Lane Glamping – Co. Kerry, Ireland
Located just outside of Killarney in Co. Kerry, Ireland, this glamping site offers peace and quiet but also easy access to places to enjoy a pint or two over dinner. Five bell tents are wonderfully decorated with Moroccan lamps, stoves, double beds and individual touches which make each tent unique. Upcycled furniture sits next to iPod docking stations, and there are lots of board games and books to choose from. Couples and families alike will enjoy their time here.
Find out more – http://killarneyglamping.com/
9. Emerald Glamping – Co. Offaly, Ireland
Four yurts and two cabins sit among the flowered meadows of Emerald Camping in County Offaly, Ireland. Soft furnishings and handmade beds and chairs deck out the accommodation, and a large campfire burns most nights at the back of the site. There are plenty of activities to enjoy in the area, such as cycling, and kayaking, and there’s even a kids ‘play yurt’.
Find out more – www.emeraldglamping.ie
10. Aran Camping and Glamping – Inis Mor, Co. Galway, Ireland.
Situated on Inis Mor, the largest of the Aran Islands, Aran Camping and Glamping has an idyllic location. With amazing views out over Galway Bay, there are 9 purpose built glamping pods, whose exterior is modeled on the shape of the ancient Clochán stone huts which are scattered about the island. Suitable for up to four people, the glamping pods make a perfect home away from home.
Find out more – https://www.irelandglamping.ie/
11. Portsalon Luxury Camping – Co. Donegal, Ireland
Situated on a hill at Ballymastocker beach Co. Donegal, Ireland, Portsalon Luxury Camping has incredible views all around. Glamping accommodation comes in the form of five yurts, which have king-size beds along with sofa beds, and cosy wood burning stoves. When the weather is good, enjoy outdoor dining by cooking in the firepit and sitting at the table outside of each one. Organic vegetables and eggs can be provided by the property which prides itself on its family-friendly atmosphere. A communal seating area, library and kitchens give guests even more space to relax.
Find out more – https://www.donegalglamping.com/
12. Finn Lough Forest Domes – Co. Fermanagh, Ireland
Ireland Glamping meets space age chic at Finn Lough! Awesome domes with 180 degree transparent walls mean you can enjoy looking up at the sky at night from the comfort of your own bed! Each dome comes with star maps so that you can pick out the constellations in the sky. Meals can be had from the kitchen on the estate.
Find out more here – http://www.finnlough.com/
13. Burren Glamping – Co. Clare, Ireland
Spend the night in a converted horse truck, and the days seeing the farm animals such as Lucy the pig as well as lots of hens, cattles and ducks. Breakfast consists of free-range sausage, bacon and eggs, and the joys of nature are waiting to be explored. Stephen the farmer is an approved guide, and can show you the Burren as well as mention things to look out for in the surrounding area and Ireland in general.
Find out more – http://burrenglamping.com/
14. Teapot Lane Glamping – Co. Leitrim, Ireland
Have you ever wanted to stay in a treehouse? This unique glamping accommodation is set 3 metres off the ground, and sleeps 2 or 3 people. WIth a stove, and a small kitchen, guest can enjoy the deck where they can relax among the leaves as the wind blows by. There are also other options for glamping, which include a 1970s style caravan, yurts, and a cottage. All this is set in a woodland area with campfires which are perfect for roasting marshmallows. A must do on any trip Ireland Glamping trip.
Find out more – https://www.glampingireland.ie/
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15. Belmullet Coast Guard Station – Co. Mayo, Ireland
If remote locations in Ireland are your thing, then the Coast Guard station on Claggan Island would make an excellent choice. Here, there are two glamping pods waiting for guests who really want to get away from it all. Entertainment is going to be what you make it, with the fire pit, BBQ, and picnic tables being a focal point. Kids will love the animals kept nearby such as the ducks, donkeys and cows, and there’s also a sandy beach within easy walking distance.
Find out more – http://belmulletcgs.com/
16. Pod Umna Village – Co. Galway, Ireland
Due to its rather unusual urban setting in Ireland, this glamping site is particularly popular with hen parties, but it also caters for other groups and families. Up to 40 people can fit on the site in the various different types of glamping accommodation which includes a shepherd’s hut, bell tents, and pods. The owners are happy to prepare the site for large groups, and can provide catering along with decoration if desired.
Find out more – http://podumnavillage.ie/
17. Chléire Haven – Cape Clear Island, Co. Cork, Ireland
Mongolian Yurts and Teepees provide the glamping accommodation on Cape Clear Island. Fully kitted out with beds, mini kitchens and wood burning stoves, they make a fantastic place to stay for anyone interested in getting closer to nature. Outdoor activities include hiking, kayaking and even snorkeling, whilst the local pub and tea rooms provide warming refreshments after a day’s exertions. With a strict policy of no noise after 11.00pm, this glamping site is a good choice for families who wish to go Glamping in Ireland.
Find out more – http://yurt-holidays-ireland.com/
18. Wildflower Glamping – Co. Cavan, Ireland
Nestled on top of a hill and overlooking the stunning countryside, this small glamping site has an eclectic selection of glamping accommodation to choose from, which includes a bell tent, hobbit house, yurt, and Wanderly Wagon-style caravan. Each one has a cosy feel with comfy beds and stove. The site caters exclusively for families and couple during July and August, but outside of those months, they can accept groups for events such as team building sessions and hen parties.
Find out more – http://wildflowerglamping.ie/
19. River Valley Holiday Park – Redhill, Co Wicklow, Ireland
This large campsite has tent pitches and caravan spaces for regular users, but also a great choice of Glamping accommodations such as Treehouses, Maxilodges, Microlodges and the cool Kukoo Hut. Although the treehouses are not strictly treehouses (as they are not in trees), they look amazing all the same, and really appeal to families kids! In fact, the entire site is very family friendly, with an 11.00pm curfew and access to lots of activities such as tennis, archery, golf, football, and basketball. Another perfect spot for families to go Glamping in Ireland.
Find out more – http://www.rivervalleypark.ie/glamping/
20. Battlebridge Caravan, Camping & Glamping Park – Co. Leitrim, Ireland
Located on the banks of the River Shannon, Ireland, guests can relax in Bohemian luxury at Battlebridge. Glamping accommodation takes the form of eco pods, stilted cabins, shepherd’s huts or vintage caravans, with each one sleeping up to four people. Positioned right by the cycling, walking and kayaking trail, there are plenty of outdoor activities to keep everyone occupied. The brave might even want to try a little swimming! At night, the onsite pub serves good food with live music in the background some nights.
Find out more – http://battlebridgecaravanandcamping.ie/glamping