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Family Glamping in Ireland along the Wild Atlantic Way

Family Glamping in Ireland along the Wild Atlantic Way

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Ireland’s The Wild Atlantic Way is the perfect route along which to take a family Glamping road trip. Whether cherry picking different sections in weekend blocks, or completing the entire route in several weeks, you can be assured of seeing Ireland at its delightful best.

 

The Cliffs of Moher 🙌🌈 . . . . Photo by @davidsbeenhere

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The Wild Atlantic Way

At over 1,600 miles in length, the Wild Atlantic Way is one of the longest coastal routes in the world. The route is designed to showcase the very best of Irish natural beauty. You can expect stunning views of coastline, countryside, enchanting villages and ancient monuments along the way. It is a great place for a family adventure, and there is a range of accommodation to choose from along the way varying from campsites to hotels. One form of accommodation growing in popularity with families travelling along the Wild Atlantic Way is glamping, and here’s why.

Glamping on the Wild Atlantic Way

Glamping is often referred to as posh camping, but that’s not really an accurate description. In reality, glamping has little to do with camping at all, apart from the fact that most glamping units or pods are normally located on a camping/glamping site. The reason why glamping is so different from camping, is that there is no need to set a tent up, or indeed to have any experience in sleeping outdoors. Instead, you will stay in a glamping pod or unit.

What is a Glamping Unit or Pod

Glamping units or pods are forms of permanent on-site accommodation. They can vary from yurts to treehouses and everything in between. On the Aran Islands, the glamping units are specially designed based on the shape of the island’s ancient stone huts known as Cochlans.

Glamping pods are normally self contained, having somewhere to shower, cook, and store food. Some may even have outdoor terrace areas and access to shared campsite facilities. In this respect they make an excellent choice for families travelling along the WIld Atlantic Way. Having somewhere the whole family can stay in the same building, being able to cook, and not having to worry about carrying camping gear and bedding is a great bonus when planning a road trip.

Glamping in Ireland

There are a number of glamping sites in Ireland, with perhaps the most unique one being on Inis Mor. The largest of the Aran Islands, Inis Mor is located almost directly in the middle of the Wild Atlantic Way, and an essential stopover point for visitors. Although many people choose to visit the Aran Islands during a day trip, it is by staying for a few nights that the true beauty and nature of the island is revealed.

Glamping on Inis Mor

The purposefully designed glamping units on Inis Mor are suitable for families of up to 4 people. Comfortable and cosy, they contain everything you need to make yourselves feel at home right away. Bedding is provided, there is a fridge to store food, cooking facilities inside as well as a shared camp kitchen, and a shower room. Outside, it is possible to make your own BBQ and enjoy dining al-fresco underneath the stars at night.

 

 

What to do on Inis Mor

Inis Mor is almost a microcosm of the Wild Atlantic Way itself. If you only have a few days of vacation, you could head straight to the island and have a full and memorable experience. Outdoor activities such as hiking and cycling are popular on the island, and there are a number of interesting archaeological sites and other notable places of interest to see. Kids will love renting bikes out and being able to cycle from one end of the island to the other, as well as seeing the pony and carts that trot along the roads.

 

Main Highlights of Inis Mor

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Dún Aonghasa (Dun Aengus)

This is the most famous landmark on the island. An incredible fortress designed in a semi-circular fashion, the fort is thought to be over 2000 years old. The fort can be reached after leaving the visitors centre nearby, from where it is a 10 minute climb to the top. The views are certainly worth it though, and it is one of the most remarkable prehistoric sites and fortresses in Europe.

 

 

Dún Duchathair (The Black Fort)

The Black Fort is just as intriguing as the first fort, but receives only a fraction of the visitors. As such, it is a great place to explore when staying at the glamping site, as if you get there early enough, you may be the only people there! Inside the fort are the remains of beehive huts, and the walls reach 6 metres in height in some places.

 

the worm hole

The Worm Hole

A curious rectangular hole at the bottom of the cliffs, which is believed to have been created by natural erosion. From the top, it looks like it might even be a swimming pool! Waters ebb in an out of the pool from underneath, and it is fascinating spending some time there simply looking it at. Red Bull at one point held a cliff diving championship there. We certainly don’t recommend you try this yourselves!

 

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The Puffing Holes

Again, a curiosity that has been created by natural erosion, the Puffing Holes get their name from the water which is pushed into caves and holes at sea level, and is then transferred up the cliffs above, spouting out when it reaches the top. The Puffing Holes are not very well marked, and so you will need to ask at the glamping site for accurate directions before you leave.

 

Find out more about Glamping on Inis Mor

For more details about glamping on Inis Mor with the family on the Wild Atlantic Way, contact us today. We can answer any questions you may have regarding things to see and do on the island, and also recommend the best time of year to go Camping or Glamping on the Aran Islands.

5 reasons why you will love a romantic Glamping break at Aran Camping and Glamping

5 reasons why you will love a romantic Glamping break at Aran Camping and Glamping

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Sitting next to your partner with a glass of something sparkling, looking up at the night sky in Ireland, and listening to the sound of the waves. The perfect moment on a romantic glamping break in Ireland!

Are you looking for a romantic weekend away, a Valentine’s break in Ireland with a difference, or even a unique honeymoon? A romantic glamping break at Aran Camping and Glamping could be just what you need. You’ll feel like you have left the world behind when you stay at this glamping site on an Irish island renowned for its stunning landscapes and rich cultural heritage of Ireland.

Romantic Glamping Breaks in Ireland
There’s something timeless about the romanticism of getting away from it all, and leaving the stresses of life behind. The feeling that it is just the two of you. Places where you can do that are getting fewer and far between nowadays, which is perhaps why the Aran islands is becoming more popular with couples seeking a romantic glamping break in Ireland.

Surrounded by wild natural beauty, but with all the comforts of home, it has the makings of a perfect setting. Add in friendly locals, and plenty to see and do, and it really is the ideal destination. If you are looking for an escape from the fast pass of city life, the Aran Islands could be just for you.

Where in Ireland are the Aran Islands?
The Aran Islands are 3 islands located just off Galway Bay on the west coast of Ireland. Accessible by a one hour ferry journey from either Doolin or a port near Galway itself, they are a popular destination for day trippers, but increasing numbers of people are so attracted by their charms, that they want to stay for longer.

Inis Mor is the larger of the three islands, and Aran Camping and Glamping was created there to cater for the needs of people who desire a unique glamping experience in a beautiful location. It’s the perfect place from which to explore the island, and to rekindle the romance in your relationship!

 

Here’s 5 reasons why you’ll love a romantic glamping break at Aran Camping and Glamping.

 

1. Trying Something New

The concept of glamping has been around a while now, but if this is your first time, you are in for a real treat! Glamping offers all the benefits of regular camping, such as a sense of getting closer to nature and leaving problems behind, but none of the hassle. You don’t need to worry about setting a tent up in the wind, being cold at night, or rain making everything wet. In a glamping pod, you are snugly shielded from all the elements in a nice, cosy glamping unit purposefully designed to make your stay a pleasant and relaxing one. The glamping units on Inis Mor have a design based on the famous stone beehive shaped huts the island is well known for. Each one is self contained, and there is also access to a communal kitchen and BBQ area. They are also ideally sized for couples, and have a cute, homely feel!

 

2. Quality time together

Nowadays, our lives seem to revolve around the gadgets we surround ourselves with. It seems that it’s getting harder and harder to have something as simple as a good conversation. Getting away to the Aran Islands on a romantic glamping break, you can leave all the tech behind, and enjoy each other’s company the way it should be. Share some laughs, some special moments, and rekindle your romance with just the two of you. There are few places on earth which can offer such a distraction free environment. We don’t want to give you the impression that you are totally isolated though! You will find the locals friendly, and are sure to make friends with other people staying at the site.

 

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3. Relax

One of the best things about glamping, is that it takes all the hassle away from camping. There is no need to worry about whether or not you packed the tent pegs, spending hours setting camp up just to find you misjudged where the sun will rise, or getting wet through leaky canvas when it rains. You simply turn up, but your things in the glamping pod, and relax. It really is that easy!. You are also going to get a far better night’s sleep staying in a glamping unit than when camping as well. There’s no rocks or hard ground to think of, and you won’t be woken up with every slightest noise. Instead, you can get a perfect night’s sleep, and have a lay-in in the morning for as long as you want to. It’s your vacation, so relax!

 

4. Eat Alfresco and look up at the stars at night

There’s something special about firing up the BBQ and eating outdoors. A sense that the priorities of life are really just reduced to the simple things that matter – The person you are with and the peace of nature. Breath in that fresh air, cook a feast, and then eat outside as you see the moon and stars appear overhead at night. Add in a glass of wine or two for the ultimate in romantic glamping!

 

5. Location is everything

Our final reason why you will love a romantic glamping break at Aran Camping and Glamping, is due to the location. Beautiful Inis Mor has inspired poets and writers for years, and is sure to inspire you as well! Walking along the stunning cliffs, exploring ancient forts, and taking a bike ride around the island are just some of the ways to see this remarkable place. We’re sure you will love Inis Mor as much as we do!

Find out more about romantic glamping breaks for couples

If you are interested in finding out more about romantic glamping breaks on the Aran Islands, get in touch with us today. We’ll be happy to explain more about the area so you can plan the perfect romantic getaway!

Ireland Travel tips: Glamping for couples

Ireland Travel tips: Glamping for couples

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Perfectly combining life in the great outdoors with cosy comfort, glamping for couples in Ireland has never been more popular. Here’s why.

Are you looking for a getaway break with a difference? A way to escape from it all, but at the same time be surrounded by creature comforts? Glamping could be just what you are looking for. Each year, hundreds of couples head to Ireland to experience life glamping on beautiful Inis Mór. It’s the perfect setting for a romantic getaway!

 

What is Glamping?

If you are not familiar with the term glamping, then you should consider it camping but without the hardships. Roughing it without any of the rough! It’s a fun way of compromising between enjoying a beautiful and remote location in an adventurous setting, without sacrificing any of the comforts. Glamping is the shortened version of ‘glamorous camping’, which means you get real beds, warm and cosy accommodation, and a feeling that the stresses of the world are a million miles away.

 

Glamping For Couples on Inis Mór Island, The Aran Islands

One of the best things about glamping as a couple, is that it is very easy to fall into the relaxed pace of life of Inis Mór. Time seems to go more slowly, leaving you to enjoy each other’s company, chat with the friendly islanders, and explore the beautiful surroundings. There’s nothing more romantic than walking arm in arm with your partner, especially somewhere as beautiful as Inis Mór!

Getting outside and appreciating nature is what it’s all about when you go glamping as a couple in Ireland. Make use of the bike trails, and breathe in that fresh, clean air. It’s the perfect place to recharge the batteries and getaway from the stresses of city life.

 

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Unique Glamping Accommodation in Ireland

You’ll also love the accommodation on the glamping site, which is in the form of purpose built Glamping units called Clochán na Carraige. Taking their design inspiration from the ancient beehive shaped stone huts which were once common on the island, they have everything you need to ensure your stay is a comfortable one. There’s even an outdoor BBQ area to use during your stay if you wish! Here, you are sure to meet other couples enjoying their own glamping experience on the Aran Islands.

Still not sure if glamping is for you? Here’s some reasons why glamping for couples in Ireland is so appealing.

 

1. All the conveniences of home

One of the best things about glamping, is that you can have all the conveniences of home whilst being surrounded by nature. It’s about getting back to basics, but keeping all the comfort. The glamping units also come with a seaview and a deck area. These make a wonderfully romantic location from which to watch out over the sea or look up at the stars together at the end of the day with a glass of wine in hand.

 

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2. The best place for a digital detox

Have you ever felt that you just wanted to switch all the phones and gadgets off and really, TRULY get away from it all? That feeling that you want to spend time together without any of the distractions? Glamping at Inis Mór is the perfect location to do just that. Email can wait, and status updates ignored. Inis Mór is the place where those things are put into perspective. This will leave you more time to enjoy the simple things in life, such as the pleasure of each other’s company.

 

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3. Incredibly scenic locations

If you appreciate the rugged, sometimes harsh, sometimes stunning beauty of nature, Inis Mór is the destination you should head for when glamping as a couple in Ireland. Each rock and cliff seems to have its own story, and each day reveals some new and spectacular sight. From stunning cliffs to ancient ruins, there’s something fascinating to discover every day. Here’s just some of the things you can see when glamping together at Inis Mór.

 

4. Things to see and do on Inis Mór

 

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Forts & Ruins – Dún Aonghasa (Dun Aengus)

The Fort of Aengus is perhaps the island’s most famous attraction with visitors. It is designed in a semi-circular fashion, and sits right on a cliff’s edge above the Ocean. The fort is the biggest of the prehistoric ruins on the island, and to reach it involves walking about one kilometre from the visitors centre. Although it is not known exactly when the fort was built, most of the structure is said to date from the bronze and iron ages, with the first construction going back as far as 1100 BC. As you might expect from its commanding position, their are some spectacular views to be had from the fort!

 

The Black Fort

Dún Duchathair (The Black Fort)

The Black Fort now appears to be smaller than Dún Aonghasa, but in its heyday, was thought to be much bigger. It is a much quieter place to visit as it receives far fewer visitors than its more famous counterpart. Within the walls are the remains of Clocháns, the type of stone hut on which the glamping accommodation design was based.

 

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Na Seacht dTeampaill (The Seven Churches)

Although the name indicates seven churches, the remains here are actually of just two churches but with several other domestic buildings. It was a monastic settlement, and a well known place of pilgrimage.

 

 

beehive huts

Clochan na Carraige

We have to mention this, as it is the influence for the glamping units on Inis Mor! It is designed in almost a beehive structure, and is the best preserved example of similar huts that were common all across the island at one time.

 

Glamping for couples in Inis Mor

If you would like to find out more about glamping for couples in Ireland, Inis Mor Camping and Glamping are always here to help. Contact us today!

10 Reasons to go Glamping in Co. Galway

10 Reasons to go Glamping in Co. Galway

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Few experiences offer the same rewards as camping or glamping in Ireland. Far from bustling city and deep in the midst of the iconic Wild Atlantic Way, glamping in Galway is the perfect way to take time out of the busy world in which we live and embrace the natural surroundings in the West of Ireland. That said here are ten more reasons to go glamping in Galway:

10 Reasons to go Glamping in Galway

 

1.    Glamping is a relatively new experience
Are we stating the obvious when we say that glamping is different to staying at a hotel? Maybe, but at the same time the rewards of choosing to go glamping in Galway as opposed to staying in a hotel cannot be understated. You will find reasons on this list as for why glamping can be such an appealing option but simply put, glamping is a relatively new prospect for many people, and this should be one of the first reasons to go glamping in Galway. After all, travel is all about new experiences.

2.    Escape distractions and feel centred
It should go without saying that camping and outdoor adventures are easy ways to leave busy or city living behind and immerse yourself in nature. Staying in a hotel has advantages of course, mostly in terms of comfort, but glamping in Galway will leave you feeling centred and far from distractions.

3.    The perfect location for a break in the west of Ireland
Galway city is a very musical and cultural destination but in terms of location, Galway County is perfectly located to visit many nearby destinations. Take the Burren for example, the cliffs of moher or Connemara; these are some of Ireland’s most incredible places to visit and they are all within easy reach while glamping in Galway.

4.    Glamping in Galway is affordable
Not only is glamping a comfortable option, but affordable too. Forget the five star hotels in which you spend a minimal amount of time and feel confident in the value of a glamping trip. Prices are often a fraction of nearby hotels although that being said, price is just one of many reasons to go glamping in Galway.

5.    Galway is on the ocean
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6.    Ease of access
Galway’s is easy to reach from all corners of the emerald isle. Just a two hour drive from Dublin and almost every other part of the country, Galway is blessed with an excellent road infrastructure and transport system which ensures a short travel time and straight forward navigation.

7.    Glamping is surprisingly comfortable
We mentioned how hotels are sometimes chosen for the sake of comfort but if the truth be told, glamping can be just as comfortable. Yes, not everyone wants to sleep in a tent or live without showers; glamping facilities can provide luxurious beds, appliances and modern facilities which would not look out of place in a quality hotel in Galway.

8. Recharge and refresh
We don’t need statistics to support the benefits of getting outside as much as possible. Exercise and the great outdoors is only a good thing concerning health. In this sense, glamping is a great opportunity to refresh, recharge, and regenerate amidst natural surroundings before returning to the busy and modern life we live in.

9.    Experience the minimalist lifestyle
Statistics and studies show that reduced possessions and materials can drastically reduce stress and increase happiness. Leave the electronic gadgets and luxury items at home, as you experience a minimalist lifestyle with few distractions and an entirely stress free environment.  

10. It’s the same as camping, but different
Many people love the idea of getting outdoors more often and explore the surrounding nature trails, but it is often the prospect of putting up a tent or sleeping without basic facilities that put them off. If you go glamping in Galway, you can have the best of both worlds, including a shower and cup of tea in the morning, before getting outside for a few hours trekking in the afternoon.

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10 Reasons Why Camping & Glamping Is The Next Big Thing Along The Wild Atlantic Way

10 Reasons Why Camping & Glamping Is The Next Big Thing Along The Wild Atlantic Way

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The Wild Atlantic Way – 2500 kms of rugged beauty, hidden gems, ancient heritage, and amazing wildlife. The Irish West Coast is like nowhere else on earth, and you can explore it one day, weekend, or week at a time. Whether you want to complete the entire Wild Atlantic Way in an epic road trip, or get to know one area more intimately, staying at camping and glamping sites along the way adds a new dimension to the experience.

In some cases camping and glamping sites have become destinations in themselves due to the unique design of the glamping accommodation. They are also becoming extremely popular with families who want their kids to experience the Great Outdoors in a pleasant and enjoyable way. If you’ve never stayed at a Wild Atlantic Way glamping site before, why not try it this summer?

 

The sun setting over the Atlantic, not to be missed! Pic by @alibanese #cliffsofmoher #sunset #WildAtlanticWay #Ireland #Cliffs

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Here’s 10 reasons why camping and glamping is the next big thing along the Wild Atlantic Way.

 

This is just the perfect spot, why does it have to be so far away! Stunning @zempirecamping

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1. Great for groups and families
For people who have large families or want to travel together in a group, camping and glamping is an ideal way to enjoy the Wild Atlantic Way. There is a sense of shared purpose and closeness, and also the chance of a BBQ or two! Finding B&B or hotel accommodation can sometimes be a real pain with groups of more than 4. With camping and glamping though, it is much easier. Take a look at Aran Camping and Glamping Aran Islands for more details.

2. Inexpensive
For families, camping and glamping is an inexpensive form of accommodation when traveling along the Wild Atlantic Way. Not only is the actual accommodation itself inexpensive, but the ability to cook your own meals rather than have to eat at restaurants all the time is a great money saver. Some sites have cooking facilities in the onsite glamping accommodation itself, whilst others have a shared kitchen that all campers can use. Having breakfast at the site and preparing lunch to go can greatly reduce the costs of a holiday.

3. Lots of high quality glamping sites
The promotion and marketing of the Wild Atlantic Way has encouraged the development of camping and glamping sites up and down the coast. New places have opened, and longer established places are upping their game. Everyone sees camping and glamping as the next big thing along the WAW, and so whether you are looking for glamping Kerry or glamping Donegal sites, there is something to fit the bill.

 

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4. Lots of open space
Enjoying the Wild Atlantic Way is all about getting outside, breathing in the fresh air, and getting back to nature. Your accommodation should be no different! Combine it all by staying at a camping and glamping site, and choose from staying in your own tent or specially designed glamping units that take the hassle out of camping!

5. Enjoy the outdoors
Whilst we are talking about lots of open space, we really want to emphasis the great outdoors and how incredible it is to wake up to it each and every morning surrounded by nature. By camping and glamping you are right there in it! Whether you want to get up early for a sunrise, witness a sunset, or see the stars at night, you will feel closer to the great outdoors that surrounds you.

6. Wildlife
Nature lovers love visiting the West Coast to see the abundance of wildlife such as seals, birds, and whales. It is all around, but when camping and glamping, Connemara is a place families should definitely take the kids. The area is beautiful with many coves and bays, and the Connemara National Park is home to a herd of Connemara ponies which they may be fortunate enough to see. There are also plenty of opportunities to ride Connemara ponies along the west coast.

7. Outdoor Activities
If you and your family enjoy outdoor activities, staying at a camping and glamping site along the Wild Atlantic Way is far better than staying in a B and B or hotel. You can easily bring all the outdoor gear and sports kit you want with you, such as bicycles, kayaks, rackets and balls. There is always plenty of space outside for the kids to play if they get bored, and lots of room to leave all the gear. Camping and Glamping is a good idea for active people who want to make the most of their time.

 

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8. Spend more time Exploring Inis Mor
You can spend longer on the islands by staying at Inis Mor Aran Islands camping and glamping. Galway and Connemara access is via the ferry from Rossaveal, and there is also a Doolin ferry. When at the site, you can spend more time on Inis Mor so you can enjoy the highlights such as Dun Aengus. the Worm Hole, and the Seal Colony. Don’t forget a meal or two at the local pubs as well!

 

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9. Get away from it all
Have you ever had that feeling that you just want to get away from it all? Sure, a holiday or weekend break helps, but not if you are stuck in a hotel in a busy town or city. A camping and glamping holiday is ideal for people who want to get away from the pressures of everyday life, and experience something a bit simpler for a while. Of course, there is no need to sacrifice on creature comforts when you go glamping! It provides the best of both worlds – Access to all mod-cons, but none of the noise and stress of built up areas.

10. Plenty of choice
Finally, there is plenty of choice. Whether you want to go glamping Killarney, glamping Doolin, or camping and glamping on the Aran islands, you can always find somewhere to stay all along the Wild Atlantic Way. Our recommendation? The Aran Islands of course! Beautiful, traditional, and welcoming. We hope to see you here very soon!

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Easter Escapes for all the Family

Easter Escapes for all the Family

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Frenchman’s Beach
Yesterday, the sunshine highlighted the speckled pebbles on Frenchman’s Beach. The sea shimmered and twinkled as boats glided by the lighthouse.  Children played barefoot on the shore near the pier, some scrambling around rock pools looking for tiddlers (locally called “pinkies” or, in Irish, “cruacháin“), others tossing sticks in the tide for the dog to retrieve.  Schools have closed for two weeks’ holidays and the young ones are keen to enjoy the open air.

Easter Time

Easter is a time of renewal, regardless of religious persuasion; the cherry blossom trees bring their pink glow and daffodils and tulips delight the eye after the greyness of the winter months.  Here in the Aran Islands, we see new calves in fields along the road each day and kid goats gambol on the crags. The wild flowers seem to peep from the crevices in the warm limestone rock.  The eternal optimist in all of us assumes we shall have a bright summer before long. Ah, sure, the odd shower of rain is welcome too.
 

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Families & the Outdoors
Whether for a whole week or a long weekend, Inis Mór has lots to offer families who want simple fun in the great outdoors.  At Aran Camping and Glamping, visitors can have fun-filled days and tranquil nights for very affordable rates and minimal preparation. There’s no need to worry about planning your route, booking tons of tickets, scrambling to get all you need into the luggage without incurring extra charges – holidays here are stress-free, simple and leisurely.  Added extras are available, of course, and we welcome requests but there aren’t any sneaky surprises to stretch your budget.  You can tailor your experience to suit your requirements or, indeed, restrictions. Family holidays are precious but they needn’t be prohibitive in price.

 
Glamping
Swimming in the sea, walking along the shore, counting the seals at their colony – these simple pursuits and many more await our guests at Aran Glampsite.  Leave the groundsheet and the pegs at home, if you wish.  Our units are warm and cosy with home conveniences which is what Glamping is all about, really.  Bring the kids to the Wild Atlantic Way’s Aran Islands this Easter for an unforgettable family break, whatever the weather, and leave getting hot and cross to the buns.
 
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Absolutely loved it! Wish we could have stayed longer
Sarah Nash
Sarah Nash
00:03 21 Feb 18
From start to finish I'd an excellent three day stay here.The owner was a gentleman, he unexpectantly to us, was waiting at the port for the ferry to arrive to collect his guests and drive them to the glamping site.Being midweek early October it was quiet with only a few pods occupiedThe pods were first class, spotless, like a hotel room with everything you'd want.The location is perfect, a few minutes walk from the port and Kilronan village with a beach and amazing views out over the water.It was sad having to leave, really looking forward to returning.
Mike Foxtrot
Mike Foxtrot
20:43 01 Nov 17
great staff and lovely acommadations right beside sea.
liam gray
liam gray
00:15 20 Oct 17
Good place to camp, 10 euros a night, 2 euros shower, nice kitchen
Javier Garside
Javier Garside
10:36 25 Aug 17
A must-try experience on Inishmore. Amazing setting and fun design.
Matt Finn
Matt Finn
02:58 08 Aug 17
Free entry to Dun Aonghasa fort offered with stay. Brand new and excellent facilities at time of writing, great location for Kilronan with beach on the doorstep. Only downside was expensive (€2) shower tokens and painfully scalding water from the showers (solar heated, very hot day)! Otherwise excellent.
Daniel Keeling
Daniel Keeling
23:20 11 Jul 17
We stayed at Aran Camping Glamping over the weekend and found it a superb place for a break. The Units are tastefully designed and very clean. The water in the shower was hot, the kitchen room spacious, and it was close enough to the main village. Will definitely return!!
Ciara Duffy
Ciara Duffy
13:40 27 Feb 17

Aran Camping Glamping is conveniently located in the center of The Wild Atlantic Way. It is accessible from both Doolin (The Cliffs of Moher) and Rossaveal (Galway / Connemara).
Sligo Galway  -  Connemara -  Doolin -  Cork

The combination of fantastic Aran Islands self-catering Glamping and Camping accommodation, numerous outdoor activities and famous Irish hospitality makes Aran Camping & Glamping the perfect choice for a short break, corporate day out or simply a family holiday to remember on the Aran Islands.

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