The Best Glamping Spots Across Ireland

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Glamping, a fusion of glamour and camping, has become increasingly popular among those who crave the ‘experience’ of the outdoors, but also enjoy the small luxuries, like running water. Here are seven top glamping destinations across Ireland, each blending luxury with nature.

1. Finn Lough Resort, County Fermanagh

Location: Aghnablaney, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh
Price: Starting at €295 per night

Finn Lough Resort is renowned for its luxurious Bubble Domes, offering 180-degree transparent walls that allow guests to sleep under the stars in the comfort of a cozy, climate-controlled pod. Each dome comes equipped with a four-poster bed, ensuite bathroom, and a private sitting area. The resort also has a spa, lakeside dining, and various outdoor activities like kayaking and cycling.

2. Teapot Lane Glamping, County Leitrim

Location: Tawley, County Leitrim
Price: Starting at €120 per night

Teapot Lane Glamping provides a charming and whimsical retreat with options like vintage caravans, a treehouse, and traditional yurts. Set in a lush woodland, this site is perfect for a romantic getaway or a peaceful escape. Guests can enjoy a range of amenities, including a communal kitchen, fire pits, and an on-site massage therapist.

3. Rock Farm Slane, County Meath

Location: Slane, County Meath
Price: Starting at €150 per night

Located on a working organic farm, Rock Farm Slane offers luxurious yurts and shepherd’s huts with beautiful views of the Boyne Valley. This eco-friendly site provides solar-powered showers, wood-fired hot tubs, and a natural swimming pool. Visitors can explore the surrounding farm, enjoy farm-to-table meals, and participate in various outdoor activities.

4. Aran Islands Camping & Glamping, County Galway

Location: Inis Mór, Aran Islands, County Galway
Price: Starting at €90 per night

For a unique island experience, Aran Islands Camping & Glamping offers eco-friendly glamping pods with stunning sea views. Each pod is equipped with comfortable beds, electricity, and heating. The site provides bike rentals, guided tours, and easy access to the island’s many attractions, including ancient forts and breathtaking cliffs.

5. Dromquinna Manor, County Kerry

Location: Kenmare, County Kerry
Price: Starting at €170 per night

Dromquinna Manor offers luxurious safari tents set on the scenic grounds of a historic manor. Each tent features hardwood floors, plush beds, and private decks overlooking the Kenmare Bay. Guests can dine at the on-site Boathouse Bistro, take part in kayaking and fishing, or simply relax and enjoy the stunning surroundings.

6. Glamping at Grove Lane, County Kerry

Location: Grove Lane, Killarney, County Kerry
Price: Starting at €150 per night

Grove Lane Glamping is nestled in the picturesque Killarney countryside, offering cozy bell tents and luxurious yurts. Each unit comes with comfortable bedding, wood-burning stoves, and private decks. The site is ideally located for exploring Killarney National Park and the famous Ring of Kerry. Additional amenities include a communal kitchen, barbecue facilities, and complimentary breakfast hampers.

7. Pod Umna Village, County Galway

Location: Portumna, County Galway
Price: Starting at €100 per night

Pod Umna Village provides a unique glamping experience in eco-friendly wooden pods. Located near Lough Derg, this site offers various pod sizes suitable for couples, families, and groups. Each pod includes heating, electricity, and comfortable beds. Guests can enjoy the nearby Portumna Forest Park, heritage sites, and a range of water activities on Lough Derg.

So, what’re you waiting for? Get glamping!

*Information and inspiration for this article came from statistics provided by Irish Digital Marketing Agency, Vroom Digital.

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Julia Labedz
Julia Labedz
Julia has several years of experience as a writer and editor, working with independent clients as well as larger organizations. Prior to working for ITTN she was a marketing executive. She has both a BA and MFA in English with Creative Writing, with an extensive professional and creative portfolio. In her free time, Julia works on her novel.

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