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A beautifully located park found near Cahersiveen, County Kerry, Mannix Point boasts a long stretch of waterfront. Established in 1984, the park continues to provide campers with quality facilities, including a charming sitting room with turf fire.
Established in 1992, LoanEden is a family run caravan park
Knock Caravan and Camping Park is ideally positioned on the 40-hectare site of the Shrine of Our Lady of Knock in County Mayo. The safe and secluded three-star park provides modern facilities, including wifi, a TV room and children's play area.
A long-established and family-run park, Beech Grove aims to provide guests with a memorable experience in beautiful Fossa, County Kerry. The three-star park caters for touring caravans, dorm mobiles, motor homes and tents.
Beautifully positioned on the Ring of Kerry, Glen Ross Caravan and Camping Park is a wonderful base for exploring the West. Set near Glenbeigh Village,e and relaxing breaks.
A wonderful, four-star park, Killarney Flesk Caravan Park is ideally positioned near Killarney Town Centre and the national park, as well as at the start of the Kerry Way walking and cycling route.
A family-run park, Anchor Caravan Park prides itself on providing outstanding facilities for campers and caravanners visiting County Kerry. The park is located adjacent to a beach in Castlegregory, which is near Tralee.
3 miles South of Kilkee, signposted Cranfield East. From Newry (A2 to Kilkeel)
From Tandragee take the B3 Markethill Road, proceed for approx. 1 mile and park on the left.
St Margarets Beach is conveniently positioned at Our Lady's Island and near Rosslare Ferry Port in County Wexford. An ideal base for touring the South East, the three-star park offers campers excellent facilities for their holiday.
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From £85 per day (2 persons)
€110 per night (sleeps 6)
£150 per family of 4 (2 adults/ 2 children)
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From €130 per day
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