The brilliant Knockrobin Glamping is a quirky spot we stumbled upon while writing a guide to Glamping in Wicklow.
You’ll find Knockrobin Glamping behind the award-winning Tinakilly House Hotel (one of the more popular hotels in Wicklow).
If you’re after a night away with a difference that you’re not likely to forget for a while, this place should tickle your fancy.
Knockrobin boasts a dollop of luxury, deadly views, and access to a nearby hotel for food. Here’s everything you need to know about Knockrobin Glamping.
Welcome to Knockrobin Glamping in Wicklow
Tap the play button above and you’ll get a taste of what you’re in for if you stay at Knockrobin Glamping for a night or 2.
As you can see, there’s a reason why this place is one of the more unique places to go glamping in Ireland.
What to expect from Knockrobin Glamping
Knockarobin is an ideal place to glamp for those of you that fancy merging a hotel stay with something a little bit more out there.
You can kick-back in the quirky glampsite during the day, and then nip into the restaurant in Tinakilly House in the evening for a bite to eat.
Or you can peel yourself out of bed nice and early and head for a ramble, and then arrive back in time to grab a bit of breakfast in the hotel.
Inside the tents
When you rock up to Knockrobin Glamping, you’ll be shown to your bed for the evening. It’s then that you’ll first lay eyes on the view.
The tents at Knockrobin overlook the rolling Wicklow countryside and on towards the Irish Sea.
You can soak up the views from your private deck or, if you fancy a stroll, from the adjoining Broadlough nature reserve.
The tents are luxuriously decorated and boast every amenity that you can think of.
Worried about the toilet situation? Don’t. You’ll have access to a private, hotel styled bathroom right next to your tent.
Here’s what else you can expect:
- A luxe bell tent
- Each tent has power for lights and to charge your laptop or phone
- Hot showers that are available 24/7
- Fresh towels and toiletries
- On-site parking.
- Heaters and electric blankets for added cosiness
How much a night will set you back
OK – the big question: how much does a night here cost.
I whacked in a night in August and the cost for 2 people with breakfast was €130, which isn’t too bad to be fair.
You can book a night here via their website.
Have you spent a night at Knockrobin? If so, what did you think? Let me know in the comments section below.
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