Emerald Glamping is located in the heart of the countryside in Gorteen, Daingean, County Offaly. It is surrounded by a wealth of attractions and activities, all within a short drive.
Galway Glamping is situated in Brooklodge, Ballyglunin, Tuam, Co. Galway. This heritage site is 11 acres in size and mainly comprises of the former farmyard complex of the Blake Estate.
Burren Glamping is a converted horse truck on a small farm, just outside the village of Kilfenora, County Clare. On the farm there are free range animals such as rare breed pigs, beef cattle, donkeys, hens, ducks, dogs and a cat.
Teapot Lane Glamping is situated on the borders of Sligo, Leitrim and Donegal and has a selection of luxury camping facilities comprising of four beautiful yurts, luxury tree house, country cottage, vintage caravan and a bell tent.
The Old Forge Glamping is a charming glamping site set in the Wicklow Hills off The Wicklow Way Walk. This small enclave of yurts and bell tents is a little piece of heaven.
Grove Lane Glamping is located in Kilarney, County Kerry. These Bell Tents boast proper beds, luxurious linens, cosy gas stoves and electricity plus sheltered kitchen alongside.
Pod Umna, Dominick Street, Portumna, County Galway is a unique opportunity to go glamping in a gateway to the west of Ireland. The Pods are set in a tree lined village landscape. They are charming, very comfortable and functional.
A warm welcome awaits you at the Top of the Rock, in the family farm in Drimoleague, West Cork. Here you will enjoy the unique camping pods, family atmosphere, and miles of walkways, a perfect location for discovering the whole of West Cork.
Situated on the A2 Coast Road, 12 miles north of Limavady, and 10 miles from Coleraine.
River Valley Caravan Park is a splendid destination for a holiday in County Wicklow. Set in Redcross Village, the park is surrounded by beautiful landscapes. All are welcome, with areas for glamping, self-catering, caravans, campers and motor homes.
Clissmann Horse Caravans, Cronybyrne, Wicklow. Offering Glamping Gypsy Caravans on our 100 acre farm nestled in the Wicklow Countryside.
The Wild Atlantic Camp is a unique accommodation and activity centre adjoining a nature reserve and located between Muckish Mountain and Sheephaven Bay in County Donegal.
Carrowmena is ideal for exploring the Causeway Coast to Derry City & local areas in between.
Dunfanaghy Holiday Village is set in a tranquil, five acre property in Dunfanaghy, Co. Donegal. A former pre Celtic site with panoramic lake and sea views. This peaceful retreat has a mix of ensuite B&B, hostel rooms and two self contained apartment.
Northern Ireland's first all round 'glamping' campsite in Co. Armagh
On the banks of the Lower River Bann, 30 minutes from the North Coast.
A renowned caravan and camping site, Beirnes of Battlebridge is a family-run business in Leitrim Village, which is along the border of counties Roscommon and Leitrim. The campsite is home to an award-winning pub and provides all necessary facilities.
With a host of on-site activities and stunning surroundings, Hidden Valley Holiday Park is an ideal choice for a camping holiday in Rathdrum, County Wicklow. The park includes camping and self-catering accommodation and glamping.
Caravantasia is a fun new glamping site, located on a 23 acre farm in South Tipperary. It is near the heritage towns of Cashel and Kilkenny, but is in a quiet spot in the bottom of a valley, with views of the Galtee mountains.
Belmullet Coastguard Station is located on Creggan Island, 12 kilometres from Belmullet. Offering stunning views in a relaxed location.
Signposted off M1 motorway at junction 10 for Oxford Island. Situated on the shores of Lough Neagh.
Clifden Eco Beach Camping and Caravanning Park is nestled amongst the sand dunes on the Western fringe of Connemara, just 10 kilometres from Clifden town on a unique ecological private beach.
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