Ireland

Traditional pubs hosting Irish music with overflowing Guinness and culinary delights such as tasty Irish soda, wheaten and potato bread are a must to experience on your glamping break in Ireland. With so many beautiful counties it is no wonder that glamping holidays in the green land of Ireland are so popular.

19 Oct 2018
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Ireland

Glamping breaks in Southern Ireland are a wonderful way to appreciate the scenic natural beauty of the “Emerald Isle”. Lush green hills descend to pretty coastal communities which all provide great opportunities for glamping holidays in Eire, particularly for walkers and cyclists. Family glamping in Southern Ireland is a great opportunity to enjoy some of the most unusual glamping accommodation. Maxi lodges, glamping pods and treehouses in the Republic of Ireland can be found near Leinster in County Wicklow and can easily sleep 5-6 people in the cosy well-organised space.

Glamping lodges in Wicklow have a double bed and 3 kiddie-size bunks as well as electric lights, a microwave, fridge and heater. There’s even a shop, kitchen and play area onsite and a pub nearby. The glamping tree house in Wicklow is above ground in two wooden buildings with a central verandah and there’s sandy beach at Brittas Bay within easy reach of the well-equipped glamping site in Southern Ireland. This is one glamping holiday your kids will never forget!

Other glamping accommodation in Southern Ireland includes glamping pods, round-roofed microlodges and quirky shepherd’s huts. We also have Mongolian yurts and vintage caravans in Eire’s countryside near Leitrim, complete with Nespresso coffee maker and other luxury glamping extras. It’s perfect for a romantic glamping break in Eire. Don’t forget that prices are in euros on glamping holidays in Eire, unlike the pounds sterling just across the border in Northern Ireland.

If you prefer an eco-retreat in County Clare, glampsites with bell tents take the hard work out of camping. Tents and glamping domes are already erected and equipped with beds, bedding and firepit. You can even do yoga and watersports or explore the woodland in this West of Ireland glamping retreat and you’ll probably meet a scattering of friendly Gaelic speaking locals during your stay.

Glamping in Leinster

Close to the border with Northern Ireland, glamping sites in Leitrim makes a central base for exploring the northwest coast with its sandy coves and delightful towns.

Glamping in Wicklow

South of Dublin, glamping in Wicklow is close to sheltered Brittas Bay. It’s perfect for family glamping holidays in Southern Ireland on the Irish Sea Coast.

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