Yes, you can go glamping with a hot tub in Ireland.
And, as it happens, more and more Ireland glamping destinations boasting hot tubs are popping up each month.
From forest domes and lakeside cabins to treehouses and more, there’s a quirky stay to tickle most fancies.
In the guide below, you’ll find heaps of places to go glamping with a hot tub in Ireland, with something to suit most budgets.
What we think are the best places to go glamping with a hot tub in Ireland
The first section of our guide is packed with our favourite places to go glamping with a hot tub in Ireland.
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1. Rock Farm Slane
Set in a lush grove in County Meath, the stunning Rock Farm Slane has an enviable collection of cosy yurts, spacious shepherd’s huts, big bell tents (with carpets and mattresses) and a straw-bale ecolodge overlooking historic Slane Castle.
And, although there’s loads of amenities in their glampsite (shop, hot showers, fire pit and fully equipped kitchen), it’s their on-site hot tubs that piqued our interest!
There’s also heaps of on-site and nearby activities, like rafting, kayaking and more. If you’re looking for places to go glamping with a hot tub in Ireland with friends, this is an excellent option.
2. Oakwell Holiday Village
You’ll find Oakwell Holiday Village tucked away in Ramelton in Donegal, a stone’s throw from loads of things to see and do.
Here you’ll find a mix of comfortable chalets, cosy shepherd’s huts and tents as well as a piping hot hot tub and sauna.
The beauty of the hot tub here is the views that it commands (see above) – you can soak up a view of the surrounding mountains and countryside.
The bell tents at Oakwell also boast a woodburner stove, inflatable mattresses electricity and Wi-Fi.
3. Benone Getaways
Benone Getaways in Derry is one of the more popular places to go glamping in Northern Ireland for good reason! This place boasts some very quirky hideaways to kick-back in for a night or 2.
Book into your own fully-equipped pod (complete with kitchenette, electric heater and TV) and explore the best that this corner of Derry has to offer.
When you return for a bit of R&R, there’s a bubbling on-site hot tub to chill in. You also have access to a fill kitchen, if you don’t fancy eating out.
4. Forest Domes
Next up are arguably the most unique glamping pods with hot tubs in Ireland = the Forest Domes at Let’s Go Hydro in Happy Valley in Belfast.
Tucked away in a leafy forest, these forest domes are nice and secluded and boast a luxury king-size bed, sofa bed and ensuite with shower.
There’s also a private deck area where you can soak away in a hot tub while listening to the bird song. Each dome comes with a kitchenette, a stove, a TV and more.
5. Grove House
If you’re looking for unique places to go glamping with a hot tub in Ireland, look no further than Grove House (a place you may recognise from our guide to treehouse accommodation in Ireland).
Nestled in a quiet corner of Skibbereen in Cork, the Grove House treehouse is luxury glamping at its finest. Here you’ll find a state-of-the-art kitchen, dining area, bathroom with shower and open-plan living area.
Out on the balcony, surrounded by trees, your very own private hot tub sits in wait. This place really is something else.
6. The Viking Hut
Hit play on the video above and you’ll find it hard to believe that this place is a short spin from many of Belfast’s top attractions.
You’ll find the Viking Hut in the Let’s Go Hydro complex, where it boasts a two-seater hot tub for enjoying forest or river views.
Each of the huts here come with a double bed, a private bathroom (with shower) a kitted-out kitchen and everything you’ll need for self-catering.
More funky glamping pods with hot tubs in Ireland
Now that we have our favourite places to go glamping with a hot tub in Ireland, it’s time to see what else is on offer.
Below, you’ll find plenty more quirky rentals dotted right the way across the Ireland.
1. Willowtree Glamping
If you’re in search of glamping pods with hot tubs in Ireland surrounded by breath-taking scenery, look no further than Willowtree Glamping in Newry.
Home to shepherd’s huts, yurts and log cabins, this quirky glampsite is adults-only and it’s a stone’s throw from both Carlingford and the Mournes.
If you can, try and book into the Kingfisher Log Cabin – it has a glass roof for stargazing from the king-size bed.
2. Willowbrook Glamping
You’ll find Willowbrook Glamping near Ballaghaderreen in Roscommon, where it’s home to several cosy Mongolian yurts boasting ample space for a double and 2 single beds.
The yurts have big timber roofs that extend over their private decking area (handy for those wet nights!) where the private wood-fired hut tubs sits.
The glampsite comes with a communal kitched where breakkie is dished up from 8 to 10. There’s also a toilet and a shower block.
3. Peacock’s Roost
Next up is another of the more unique places to go glamping with a hot tub in Ireland – Peacock’s Roost at the Burrenmore Nest accommodation complex.
This really is just something else! Boasting a balcony and its own private hot tub, the Peacock’s Roost is luxury and quirky accommodation at its finest.
It comes with a comfy king-size bed, ensuite shower room (with Voya toiletries) and a well-equipped kitchenette with fridge, kettle, toaster, hob and micro-grill combo. There’s also a communal fire pit and a BBQ, too.
4. Rossharbour Resort Glamping
Neatly presented behind their own paved terrace and outdoor furniture, Rossharbour Resort Glamping Pods make the ideal escape in Fermanagh.
As well as a beautifully furnished pod with double bed, sofa bed, widescreen TV and ensuite shower room, you can make use of a private hot tub for total relaxation in this outdoor setting.
The cosy insulated pods have heating, glazed gable end and well-equipped kitchenette. The resort also has luxury riverside lodges and lakeside cabins for a special treat within easy reach of Enniskillen attractions.
5. Sycamore Pods
Next up are, going off reviews, some of the more popular glamping pods with hot tubs in Ireland – the Sycamore Pods in Larne in Antrim.
These are modern glamping pods located on a scenic hobby farm with stunning views of the surrounding countryside and the sea in the distance.
These cosy pods include a private hot tub and fire pit for spending quality time together after dark. Each pristine pod has a woodburner, double bed and sofa bed and ensuite shower room with toilet.
6. Pebble Pods
The quirky little Pebble Pods offer luxury glamping on the shores of Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland. This is glamping at its best with stylish furnishings for two including a king-size bed, heating, lighting, Wi-Fi, kitchen with fridge and kettle and a fire pit.
There are toilets and showers onsite along with a thermal sauna. The real plus is having your own private hot tub for sharing with your partner after a busy day exploring. Then relax on the deck and count the stars!
7. Mayo Glamping
Arguably one of the best-known places to go glamping with a hot tub in Ireland is Mayo Glamping in Castlebar.
Here you’ll find hobbit huts and Nordic cabins that are perfect for a weekend away with family or friends.
Each comes with luxury linens and comfy beds and continental breakfast is provided on-site, too (or cook up your own full Irish in the communal kitchen)
Mayo Glamping also has a BBQ, a wood-fired pizza oven and a hot tub on-site!
8. The Surf Shack
If you’re driving the Causeway Coast and searching for a unique place to stay, look no further than the Surf Shack near Ballycastle.
This rustic wood and tin beach house is made from an up-cycled shipping container creating the ideal hideaway for two. As well as a double bed, there’s a TV, dining table and kitchenette with toaster, microwave, fridge and kettle.
Outside on the deck sits your private bubbling spa tub – the perfect place to relax after a long day on the road.
9. Causeway Country Pods
Next up are the Causeway Country Pods. These pods have insulated walls, a leather sofa, a glazed entrance, TV and comfy double sleigh bed.
There’s also a little kitchen area and a window offering gorgeous views of the surrounding area. Then step outside and revel in the views from your private hot tub.
If you’re looking for glamping pods with hot tubs in Ireland close to plenty to see and do, you won’t go wrong here.
10. Killaloe Luxury Pods
Last but by no means least in our guide to the best places to go glamping with a hot tub in Ireland is the Killaloe Luxury Pods.
These swanky pods provide private seclusion and luxury with stunning views across the mighty River Shannon. You can take a dip in the hot tub before tucking into dinner on the veranda while soaking up beautiful panoramic views.
After a good night’s sleep, head to the fully equipped kitchen with Rangemaster stove and Smeg appliances for cooking up a tasty breakfast or dinner for 2.
FAQs about glamping pods with hot tubs in Ireland
We’ve had a lot of questions over the years asking about everything from the Glenveagh Castle Gardens to the tour.
In the section below, we’ve popped in the most FAQs that we’ve received. If you have a question that we haven’t tackled, ask away in the comments section below.
What’s the best place for hot tub glamping in Ireland?
Rock Farm in Slane is a great option for friends looking for an active escape. Oakwell Holiday Village is another quirky place to stay with a hot tub.
What are some cool places for glamping with a hot tub in Ireland?
Rossharbour Resort, Peacock’s Roost, Willowbrook Glamping and Willowtree Glamping are 4 great options.
I was born in a quiet corner of a Gaeltacht on the Dingle Peninsula. Over the years, I’ve explored Ireland far and wide, from the wilds of West Clare to the shores of Sherkin. Particularly fond of heritage, history and hikes (and words beginning with ‘H’, apparently…).