139 results found
A friendly, family-run site, Corofin Village Camping and Caravan is ideally positioned in Corofin, County Clare, just steps from shops, a pub and restaurant. The campsite caters for caravans, campervans and tents.
For nearly 70 years the Truesdale family have managed a caravan park on the Dundrum Road.
Caravan park located 1/2 mile from village centre on Glendun Road, leading towards Ballycastle.
The Trading Post is a great, four-star caravan and camping park located near Enniscorthy in County Wexford. The four-star family-run campsite is situated strategically on the R741, 35km from Rosslare and approximately 15 minutes from Wexford Town.
From Tandragee take the B3 Markethill Road, proceed for approx. 1 mile and park on the left.
Beautifully situated near the shores of Lough Corrib in Cong Village, County Mayo, Cong Caravan and Camping Park is an excellent choice for a base for touring the West of Ireland. The three-star park is family run and offers quality facilities.
Off A2 coast road between Limavady and Coleraine. Follow signs for Benone.
The most westerly camp site in Ireland and Europe, Campail Teach an Aragail is a three-star property that prides itself on providing holidaymakers with a comfortable place to stay. The area of Dingle, County Kerry is ideal for nature lovers.
A well-maintained and family-run park, Newtown Cove is a wonderful choice for a holiday in County Waterford and the sunny South East. Situated near the cove at Newtown and just 2km from Tramore, the park is ideal for relaxing and active breaks.
A family-run tourist park set on a dairy farm, Streamstown offers an excellent location for a rural holiday. The park is located near Roscrea, County Tipperary and provides quality, three-star facilities for visitors.
£60 per night per pod
From £640 per 7 night rental
From €130 per day
From £35 per day
From £26 pppn
£65 per day
From €75 per day
Can we help you with anything else? Find out how to get in touch by email, Facebook and more.
For more information on travel, accommodation and attractions have a look at our brochures and maps.
If you’re a visitor from the island of Ireland you may want to visit one of these sites… Otherwise proceed to Ireland.com