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29 Best Places to go Glamping in Ireland in 2024

29 Best Places to go Glamping in Ireland in 2024

Below, you’ll discover the best glamping Ireland has to offer in 2024, with a mix of mad and mighty glampsites and resorts.

To make it a little easier to browse, I’ve broken this guide into 4 sections:


The best places to go glamping in Ireland

unique glamping pods ireland

Photos via Enniskeen Estate

Section one contains the spots that I think offer the best glamping experiences in 2024. Each of these glampsites 1, presents a unique experience and 2, has excellent reviews.

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1. Pods by the Atlantic (Mayo)

Ceide Glamping

Photos via Ceide Glamping on FB

Finely positioned on the North Mayo coast in Ballycastle, Ceide Glamping affords guests to spellbinding views out towards Downpatrick Head and Dun Briste sea stack.

The 6 pods here are a skip from the sea and guests can relax in the evening while gazing at the stars and listening to the waves crash (expect clear skies due to a lack of light pollution).

These are some of the better-equipped glamping pods in Ireland, with each boasting an ensuite toilet, kitchenette and TV. The views, however, are what makes this place #1 in my eyes.

The need-to-knows:

  • Each pod sleeps: 4 (1 double + 1 sofa bed)
  • Inside the pod: Kitchenette, ensuite toilet, TV, BBQ + seating
  • Nearby activities: Rinroe Beach, Céide Fields + Portacloy Cliff Walk
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

2. Glorious Island Glampsite (Donegal)

Arranmore Glamping

Photos via Arranmore Glamping on FB

If you’re looking for secluded spots to go glamping, take the 15-minute ferry journey from Burtonport across to Arranmore Island – it’s here that you’ll find pods with views that’ll knock-you-sideways!

Located on an elevated site, their position ensures that guests are treated to sea and mountain views both from the comfort of their pillow and from the spacious terrace area.

Inside the pods you’ll find a small private bathroom with a shower along with a kitchenette. If you fancy a bit of glamping with a hot tub in Ireland, you’ll be happy to hear that 2 of the lodges have them!

The need-to-knows:

  • Each pod sleeps: 2 (1 double)
  • Inside the pod: Kitchenette, private bathroom and shower and a small seating area
  • Nearby activities: Beaches, walking/cycle trails + historical sites
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

3. A Cracker in Clifden (Galway)

Fernwood Galway

Photos via Fernwood on FB

I feel like every time I write about Clifden’s Fernwood, they have added a new addition to the glampsite (this time it’s the rope bridge that takes you on a very unique ramble through the forest!).

There are a number of different places to stay here, including a spacious Treehouse Dome, a Stilt House (very elegantly designed) and a tiny home called the Studio.

Fernwood also boasts plenty of facilities on-site, like a plunge pool and a sauna. Oh, and there’s a lake where you can head for a dip, too.

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Dome, Stilt House + Studio (each sleeps 2)
  • On-site amenities: Sauna, plunge pool + forest rope bridge
  • Nearby activities: The Sky Road, Cleggan Cliffs + Clifden
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

4. Glamping in Goleen (Cork)

Goleen Harbour

Photos via Goleen Harbour on FB

Featured recently in our guide to the best places to stay in Ireland, Cork’s Goleen Harbour is one to watch. This is an eco-experience that’s set on a 38-acre site right next to the ocean.

Goleen has an awful lot going for it. For starters, you have the accommodation – there are GeoDomes, EcoCabins and Bell Tents, with views out to Cape Clear and beyond. Then there’s the volume of things to do.

Goleen is a 15-minute drive from Mizen Head and a 10-minute drive from Barleycove – one of the best beaches in Ireland! If you want to combine glamping in Ireland with a Wild Atlantic adventure, look no further.

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Bell tents (sleep 4), EcoCabins (sleep 5) + GeoDomes (sleep 4)
  • Nearby activities: Dunlough Fort, Galley Cove Beach + Mizen
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

5. Aran Islands Glamping (Galway)

Aran Islands Glamping

Photos via Aran Islands Glamping on FB

One of the more popular spots for family glamping in Ireland is located on Inis Mor Island in Galway – there are pods here that sleep either 4 or 6, making it great for groups!

Aran Islands Glamping is located in an enviable position a stone’s throw from the sea. On dry days you can admire the sea from the terrace area and, on those often wet days, you can see the sea from your couch.

The pods have toilets and showers (rare enough for glampsites in Ireland) and they are a handy 15-minute stroll from Joe Watty’s Pub!

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Standard pod (sleeps 4) + Superior (sleeps 6)
  • Inside the pod: Kitchenette, shower + toilet
  • Nearby activities: Beaches, the Black Fort + Dún Aonghasa
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

6. Magic on the Mullet Peninsula (Mayo)

Belmullet Glamping

Photos via Further Space

Some of the best glamping in Ireland can be found on the wild and wonderful Mullet Peninsula in North Mayo, a place home to spectacular beaches and some great walking trails.

The Belmullet Glamping pods offer magnificent sea views right from the pod’s comfy double bed. There’s also a toilet and shower inside and plenty of space outside for those fine days.

Views and comfy interior aside, the biggest thing this place has going for it is location – if you’re a fan of the outdoors, there are heaps of trails nearby (like the Erris Head Loop) and countless beaches.

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: 1 double bed + 1 bunk
  • Inside the pod: Toilet, shower + kitchenette
  • Nearby activities: Erris Head, Cross Loop walk + Elly Bay Beach
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

7. Lake Side Sleeping (Donegal)

Lough Mardal

Photos via Lough Mardal

This guide to the best glamping Ireland has to offer has been updated 10 – 15 times, with many glampsites coming and going. One of the few that have been here since day 1 is Lough Mardal Lodge.

Located in Ballintra (10 minutes from Donegal Town), this is a prime example of a glampsite getting everything right. Location wise, it’s secluded, but still a short drive to some of the West’s best surf spots.

Its yurts are well-appointed, with super king beds and wood-burners and many offer views over the lake. Then there’s the large communal area for cooking and chilling with friends and family. A memorable stay awaits. 

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Some yurts sleep 2 others sleep 4
  • Inside the yurt: Super king bed, en suite toilets + wood-burners
  • Nearby activities: Murvagh Beach, Rossnowlagh + Bundoran
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

8. The Forest Spa (Down)

Enniskeen Estate

Photos via Enniskeen Estate

One of the newest additions to our Ireland glamping guide can be found right beside the outstanding Tollymore Forest Park in Down – Enniskeen Estate!

What makes this place unique is that it has a spa – a forest spa at that, complete with sauna, waterfall showers and a chill out area. There are several accommodation options here.

There’s the Kingfishers Residance and the Doe’s Den, both of which have private hot tubs. Located right by the river, under the shadow of Slieve Donard, you won’t find many glampsites in Ireland as scenic as this!

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Kingfisher’s Den + Doe’s Den (sleep 2)
  • On-site amenities: Sauna, foot spas, waterfall showers + relaxation terrace
  • Nearby activities: The Mourne Mountains
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

Romantic and luxury glamping sites in Ireland

luxury glamping Ireland

Photos via Portsalon Luxury Camping

The second section in our guide to the best glamping in Ireland focuses on romantic retreats, many of which are adult-only, you’ll be happy to hear.

Below, you’ll find the very best of luxury glamping in Ireland, with a mix of chalets, cabins and forest pods. Enjoy! 

1. Glamping at the Grove (Killarney)

Killarney Glamping at the Grove

Photos via Killarney Glamping on FB

One of the best spots when it comes to luxury glamping in Ireland is Killarney Glamping, located a stone’s throw from the town centre. This is an adults-only glampsite that makes a unique base for the Ring of Kerry!

There are 3 accommodation options here; first is the Cabins, which are located in the site’s lower meadow and that boast glorious views, king-size beds, a kitchenette and an ensuite with shower.

Then there’s the luxury Lodges and Suites, each of which is spacious, has a large comfy bed, a kitchen and everything else you could want from a bit of romantic glamping in Ireland.

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: The Cabin, the Lodges + the Suites (each sleep 2)
  • Nearby activities: Killarney National Park
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

2. Class by Kenmare Bay (Kerry)

Dromquinna Manor

Photos via Dromquinna Manor

One of the best glamping spots in Ireland for those with cash to splash is the Hideaway at Kerry’s Dromquinna Manor.

This is luxury glamping at its finest! You’ll find the Hideaway in a quiet corner of the 50-acre estate, in a scenic spot that overlooks beautiful Kenmare Bay.

The Hideaway has been kitted-out with a king-size bed and the type of furnishings you’d get in one of Ireland’s top 5 star hotels. You’ll be served breakfast each morning, too.

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: A king-size bed for 2
  • Estate ameneties: Guest games room, 2 restaurants + extensive grounds
  • Nearby activities: The Ring of Beara + Iveragh Peninsula
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

3. Chléire Haven Glamping (Cork)

Chleire Haven

Photos via Chleire Haven

Very few places offer camping in Ireland like Chléire Haven on Cape Clear Island. You’ll need to take a 40-minute ferry ride from Baltimore to reach this slice of rural paradise.

However, when you do, you’ll find some of the best glamping Ireland has to offer, with spacious yurts (sleep up to 6) that gaze out over the ocean and nearby cliffs.

Each yurt comes equipped with a gas cooker, solar powered lighting, log stove, beds and bean bags. As there’s very little light pollution here, it’s the perfect spot for star-gazing.

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Yurts can sleep 2 adults + 4 kids or 4 adults
  • Getting to the island: 40-minute ferry from Baltimore
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

4. Slow Cabins in the Burren (Galway)

Tucked away on a 40-acre site in the Galway side of the Burren is Slow Cabins (a short spin from Kinvara). Tap play on the video above for a sense of what to expect.

Each of the cabins here boast a Scandinavian/Japanese minimalist design and have large windows that let natural light flood the compact space. Inside, there’s a waterfall shower, a kitchen, a log burner and a queen-size bed.

One of the things that make Slow Cabins one of the more unique glamping spots in Ireland is it’s emphasis on ‘switching off’. They use a network blocking phone box, so prepare to be digitally detoxed!

The need-to-knows:
  • Sleeping options: 1 queen-size bed sleeps 2
  • Each cabin has: Queen size bed, a full kitchen, a fire pit, a ‘dry toilet’ and a shower
  • Nearby activities: Traught Beach, Dunguaire Castle + The Burren
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

5. Portsalon Luxury Camping (Donegal)

Portsalon Luxury Camping

Photos via Portsalon Luxury Camping

One of the original spots for luxury glamping in Ireland is the adults-only Portsalon Camping, which has been welcoming ‘Glampers’ since 2014.

It’s situated in a prime location that overlooks the spectacular Portsalon Beach and Bay and a short spin from the likes of Fanad Head and the Inishowen Peninsula.

Guests can stay in 1 of 5 yurts, each of which has a wood-burner for those chilly evenings, a carpeted floor, luxury bedding, a king-size bed, a BBQ area and a hammock!

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Yurts that sleep 2
  • On-site amenities: Shared kitchen and lounge, bathrooms + showers
  • Nearby activities: Fanad Head + Inishowen
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

6. Finn Lough Domes (Fermanagh)

Finn Lough

Photos via Finn Lough

Finn Lough can be found in many guides to the best glamping in Ireland, but what many articles fail to mention is what else is on offer here, aside from the bubble domes!

They’ve gone all-in on the forest spa buzz at Finn Lough, offering an ‘Elements Trail’ (takes guests through treatment cabins in the forest over the course of 2 hours) and a ‘Shoreline Spa’ with hot tubs and saunas.

Then there’s the bubble domes – there’s a large one (it has 2 bubbles) and a small one (just the 1 bubble…). Both offer peace, quiet and panoramic forest views.

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Domes sleep 2
  • On-site amenities: Spa, restaurant + bar
  • Nearby activities: Tully Castle + Cliffs of Magho Viewpoint
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

7. Ballyvolane House Glamping (Cork)

Ballyvolane House Glamping

Photos via Ballyvolane House on FB

If you fancy spending the night somewhere quirky but you don’t fancy cooking for yourself, Ballyvolane is worth considering (there’s a restaurant on-site).

Located on a finely manicured estate, you can spend the morning on one of the woodland walks and the afternoon flaked out in your cosy tent.

You’ll get breakfast served to you in the main house and there’s also everything from tennis courts if you fancy some exercise to hammocks if you fancy chilling-out.

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Tents sleep 2
  • On-site amenities: Garden + woodland walks, restaurant + games
  • Nearby activities: Fota, Midleton Distillery + Corrin Forest
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

Glamping with a hot tub in Ireland

Glamping with a hot tub Ireland

Photos via Booking

The third section in our guide to the best glamping in Ireland focuses on places that provide guests with places to soak up some chill time.

Below, you’ll find some very quirky spots to go glamping with a hot tub in Ireland, with everything from treehouses to hobbit huts.

1. Wild Meadow Huts (Clare)

Wild Meadow Huts

Photos via Wild Meadow Huts on FB

There’s an awful lot to like about Clare’s Wild Meadow Huts. You’ll find them in Doolin, about a 10-minute walk from McDermott’s Pub.

This is another of the adults-only glamping spots in Ireland and it’s located in a wild flower meadow offering views out towards the Cliffs of Moher.

The huts have king-size beds, private ensuite bathrooms and showers and a kitchen. There’s also a relaxation area on-site with a hot and cold traditional Japanese soak tub!

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Each hut sleeps 2
  • Inside the huts: King size bed, ensuite toilet, shower + kitchen
  • Nearby activities: Cliffs of Moher, Doonagore Castle + Doolin Cave
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

2. The Treehouse at Grove House (Cork)

Grove House treehouse

Photos via Cottages for Couples on FB

Although there’s plenty of treehouse accommodation in Ireland, few compare to Cork’s ‘Cottages for Couples’. You’ll find them in Skibbereen 

Built from 100% sustainable materials, this treehouse has everything from a kitchen and a shower to a dining area and luxury fittings.

However, the magic starts on the decking area where there’s a Canadian hot tub that overlooks the West Cork countryside.

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Several – each sleeps 2
  • Inside ‘Treehouse 1’: Kitchen, bathroom, shower, TV, hot tub + more
  • Nearby activities: Toe Head, Lough Hyne + Liss Ard Sky Garden
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

3. Hobbit Pods (Mayo)

Mayo Glamping

Photos via Mayo Glamping on FB

You’ll find some of the most unique glamping pods in Ireland on a spacious site in Castlebar, a 25-minute drive from Westport.

Mayo Glamping is home to several accommodation types, from beautifully crafted Hobbit huts to luxury fairy cabins which sleep up to 4 people.

On-site, there’s a hot tub, fire pits, a pizza oven and a kitchen space. There’s also a wood-fired sauna if you need to wind down after a day spent exploring.

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Various options that sleep up to 4
  • On-site amenities: Wood fired oven, hot tub, sauna + firepit
  • Nearby activities: Turlough Round Tower + National Museum of Ireland
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

4. Kintala Resort & Spa (Derry)

Kintala Resort & Spa

Photos via Kintala Resort on FB

Kintala Resort is a great option for those of you looking for unique accommodation and a great base to explore from. Staying here puts you a stone’s throw from the Sperrins, Derry City and the Causeway Coast.

There are several different accommodation types here, including a luxury lodge with a private hot tub and sauna (there’s also chalets, glamping pods and a hobbit hut).

If you’re in need of a bit of rejuvenation, there is also a spa on-site where you can avail of massages, facials and other treatments.

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Sleeps 4 (1 double + 1 bunk)
  • On-site amenities: Spa
  • Nearby activities: Loughermore Forest + Banagher Glen forest
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

5. Willowbrook Glamping (Roscommon)

Willowbrook Glamping

Photos via Willowbrook Glamping on FB

One of the quirkier spots for glamping in Ireland with a hot tub is Willowbrook in Roscommon. You’ll find it in a tranquil setting right by the banks of the River Lung.

You’ve a few options here accommodation wise – for those that want a spot with a hot tub, the ‘Yurty Ahern’ and ‘Yurty and the Tramp’ tents have their own private tubs.

The yurts can sleep up to 6 as well, which is handy. There is a communal kitchen, toilet block and shower area and guests have access to a wood-fired pizza oven, too!

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Options that sleep up to 6
  • Amenities: Communal campers kitchen, a toilet block, 4 showers and a wood fired pizza oven
  • Nearby activities: Lough Key Forest, Lough Gara Lake + Urlaur Abbey
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

6. The Hilltop Hideaway (Down)

Hilltop Hideaway

Photos via Booking

If you fancy a bit of luxury glamping in Northern Ireland, make a beeline for the Hilltop Hideway in Newry where you can soak up some stunning views of the countryside from your private tub.

The elevated site provides guests with panoramic views out over County Down and beyond. Then there’s the pod – it has a bathroom, shower, electric stove and a double bed that faces the scenery.

There’s also an outdoor seating area with a patio heater where you can nurse a beer or a coffee while watching the sun set or rise.

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Sleeps 2
  • On-site amenities: Kitchenette, toilet, shower + hot tub
  • Nearby activities: Slieve Gullion Forest Park
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

7. Rock Farm (Meath)

Rock Farm Slane

Photos via Rock Farm Slane on FB

Slane’s Rock Farm is located in a grove of ancient trees a short spin from the likes of Slane Castle, the Hill of Slane and many of the Boyne Valley’s top attractions.

Guests can sleep in tents, cabins, yurts or huts which sleep between 4 and 6 people. Facility wise, there’s a natural swimming pool on-site, outdoor fireplaces, a hot tub and a communal kitchen.

Popular among both families and couples, this glampsite has plenty of open space to enjoy along with a clatter of walking trails close by.

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Yurts + huts (sleep 4 to 6)
  • Amenities: Outdoor pool, fireplaces, kitchen + lounge area
  • Nearby activities: Ramparts walk, Hill of Slane + Slane Castle
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

8. Glenarm Castle Glamping (Antrim)

Glenarm Castle

Photos via Glenarm Castle

You’ll find some of the best glamping in Ireland along the Antrim Coast in the glorious grounds of Glenarm Castle (guests have access to the Castle’s ‘Pizza Pavilion’ and several walking trails).

The pods here are in an elevated position that look out over the Antrim Coast. One of the pods also has a private hot tub (make sure to check when booking!) where you can chill after a day of exploring.

These compact pods have a kitchenette and private bathroom and, thanks to their location, offer views right from your pillow!

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Sleeps 4 (1 double + 1 bunk)
  • On-site amenities: Hot tub , ensuite shower, fire pit + dining options
  • Nearby activities: Antrim Coastal Route
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

Family glamping

Family glamping Ireland

Photos by Kyra Fingleton via Fáilte Ireland

Our last section is dedicated to family glamping in Ireland – these are places that are well-known for their family-friendly amenities.

Below, you’ll find glampsites in Ireland with swimming pools, waterparks and plenty to see and do for families.


1. Westport Estate Glamping Village (Mayo)

Westport Estate Glamping Village

Photos via Westport Estate Glamping on FB

The best family glamping in Ireland can be found in Westport. Located on an ample site within Westport House, this glampsite has exceptional facilities for families.

The ‘Glamping Village’ consists of several spacious bell tents (they sleep 4) and each has access to hot showers and a BBQ area. However, that’s only the beginning. 

Facility wise, there’s 400 acres of grounds to explore, a 20m swimming pool, playgrounds, a gym, a leisure centre, a football pitch and more. 

The need-to-knows:

  • Sleeping options: Tents have 1 double and 2 single beds
  • Family amenities: Football pitch, foot golf, playgrounds, leisure centre, gym, 20m swimming pool, sauna, steam + recreation room
  • Nearby activities: Croagh Patrick, Greenway + Achill Island
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

2. Let’s Go Hydro (Antrim)

Let's Go Hydro

Photos via Let’s Go Hydro on FB

Antrim’s Let’s Go Hydro is another that offers some of the best glamping in Ireland for families. It’s here you’ll find a waterpark, a puddle park (for smaller kids) and a spa for adults (with hot tubs and more).

So, there’s plenty to keep you and them entertained! Accommodation wise, you can stay in pods (sleep 4), safari tents (sleep 6) or a river house (sleeps 11).

If you want to explore, Belfast City is a 20-minute drive as is the Montalto Estate. There’s also a Lakeside Lounge and Pizzeria on-site, too!

The need-to-knows:

  • Family sleeping options: Countless options, some of which sleep 11
  • On-site activities: Kayaking, paddle boarding, beach area, water park, BBQ, campfire + more
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

3. Glasson Glamping Farm (Westmeath)

Glasson Glamping Farm

Photos via Glasson Glamping on FB

If you’re looking to treat the family to a getaway that’ll be very memorable, the folks at Glasson Glamping offer one of the most unique family breaks in Ireland.

Located a short drive from Athlone, you’ve a choice of several quirky sleeps here, including numerous buses, a stage coach, a shephard’s hut and a pod.

There’s also plenty to do in the area – on the grounds there’s a 1.5km walking trail and close by there’s the Baysports waterpark.

The need-to-knows:

  • Family sleeping options: Several options, one of which sleeps 8
  • Amenities: Communal kitchen, table tennis, pool table, games + showers
  • Nearby activities: Baysports, Old Rail Trail + countless walking trails
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

4. Glamping Under The Stars (Laois)

Glamping Under The Stars

Photos by Kyra Fingleton via Fáilte Ireland

One of the better-known spots for family glamping is Laois’s Glamping Under The Stars (15-minute drive from Portlaoise).

There are two glampsites here – the Meadow and the Mountain, each of which is situated on a quiet site with landscaped gardens and wildflower meadows.

Accommodation wise, there are hobbit pods (can sleep 6), big bell tents (sleep 4) and wooden cabins (sleep 6).

The need-to-knows:

  • Family sleeping options: Hobbit houses, cabins and bell tents
  • Family amenities: Glamp house kitchen, dining barn, communal campfire, BBQ + more
  • Nearby activities: Emo Court, the Slieve Blooms, Abbeyleix Boardwalk, Castlecomer Discover Park + more
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

5. River Valley Resort (Wicklow)

River Valley Resort

Photos via River Valley Resort on FB

River Valley Resort in Redcross offers some of the best on-site activities out of any of the family glampsites. This is a resort with both glamping accommodation and large family lodges.

To keep the kids busy, there’s a sports hall, foot golf, a 1.5km walking trail, playgrounds, crazy golf, electric buggies, pool tables, tennis and a lot more (there’s even a pub/brewery for the adults!).

Guests can sleep in Kukkoo Huts (sleeps 4), a large treehouse (sleeps 6) or in the Maxi Lodge (sleeps 5). Many regard this as the best glamping in Ireland for families, and for good reason.

The need-to-knows:

  • Family sleeping options: Options that sleep up to 6
  • On-site activities: Endless – see list above
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

6. Podumna Village (Galway)

Podumna Village

Photos © Failte Ireland

The final spot in our guide to the best glamping Ireland has to offer is Galway’s Podumna Village. The most unique thing about this place is that it’s located in Portumna Town!

So, you can enjoy the quirky pods and cabins (they sleep 5 – 6 people) while also having access to the town’s shops, restaurants and pubs.

The glampsite is located a stone’s throw from the River Shannon, so it’ll be perfect for those fond of water-based activities.

The need-to-knows:

  • Family sleeping options: Pods + cabins sleeping 5 – 6 people
  • Nearby activities: Portumna Forest Park, Portumna Abbey + Portumna Castle
  • Prices and photos: Click here to view

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Nicola Murtagh

Tuesday 21st of March 2023

Comeragh Pods in County Waterford Overlooked by the Comeragh Mountains Fabulous spot With hot tub and sauna. Beautiful tranquil location. Check it out !!

Clíona Corrigan

Saturday 2nd of April 2022

There is a nice Eco camping spot in Kilkee called Purecamping

Matt Corbett

Sunday 30th of January 2022

Purecamping in Querrin in West Clare is a gorgeous eco-camping site.

John McQuilkin

Sunday 30th of May 2021

Rathlin Island Glamping Pods! Exquisite beautiful sea views based on Rathlin the only inhabited island of the North coast. Steeped in history with nature reserves and the RSPB bird sanctuary. A stay at the pods is sure not to disappoint.

Linda O'Mahoney

Thursday 7th of November 2019

Anther place worth a mention is Nire Valley Glamping which is a converted horse box set beside woods. It has spectacular views of the Nire Valley and mountains. Can't recommend this place enough. The hosts, Liam, Simone and Hazel are so welcoming and genuinely friendly. It's a little hidden gem that we love to visit

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