Connacht

Glamping in Connacht offers all the delights of Western Ireland. Treehouses, vintage caravans and yurts in Connacht all offer fully equipped glamping accommodation and clean, modern amenities in some of Ireland's most beautiful countryside.

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Glamping in Connacht offers all the delights of Western Ireland. This province includes the counties of Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo and is rich in Irish culture and Gaelic language speakers. Glampsites in Connacht can be found close to Lough Corrib, the Ox Mountains and around the stunning green countryside of the Connemara National Park. Treehouses, vintage caravans and yurts in Connacht all offer fully equipped glamping accommodation and clean, modern amenities in some of Ireland's most beautiful countryside.

Fully equipped glamping pods in Connacht are ideal for families with ample space for spreading out. Glamping yurts can sleep up to five guests while cosy caravans and shepherds huts in Connacht are perfect for two. For quirky originality, choose more unusual glamping accommodation in Connacht, such as a treehouse complete with king-size bed, pot-bellied stove, kitchenette and wine fridge.

Close to the beach, glamping sites near Sligo are ideal for walkers and families. Romantic glamping breaks in Connacht's County Leitrim can combine beautiful coastal scenery with trips across the border into Northern Ireland. Hot tub glamping in Connacht can add a touch of class to any glamping holiday, so why not surprise your loved one with a luxury glamping experience in Eire they will never forget!

Top places to visit while glamping in Connacht include the rocky Aran Islands with their primitive stone forts and stunning natural beauty. Connemara has a compelling landscape for walkers and artists. Alternatively, visit Kylemore Abbey from your glamping site. It is Connemara's most visited tourist destination with a Victorian walled garden and magnificent views. For the more adventurous, the Killary Adventure Centre offers kayaking, rock climbing, abseiling and gorge walking along the Killary Fjord. It's definitely more exciting than staying at home!

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