Glamping is essentially “glamour” and “camping” rolled into one word. It has all the same outdoor attractions as regular camping, but with the added benefit of a big cosy bed, a proper duvet and in some cases a burning stove. Glamping has really taken off the last couple of years. Many people have found glamping an alternative for holidays while having a totally unique experience. You don’t have to be dependent on the weather to experience outdoor living. Glamping can take many forms from bell tents, log cabins, microlodges, pods, tree houses to name but a few.
Are you one of the lucky ones that are planning a few days away over the June Bank Holiday weekend or maybe you have a longer holiday planned touring around Ireland? Ever thought of visiting a Lighthouse or going underground to experience Ireland’s caves? Here are some great places to visit whilst you are touring around Ireland in your caravan or motorhome.
Are you like me - pack everything but the kitchen sink when you are going on holiday? Well, if you are one of the lucky ones to holiday in a motorhome you can take the kitchen sink!!! Motorhomes are very self-sufficient ample sleeping room, fully equipped cooking area (including the kitchen sink) toilet and shower on board, electric hook-up to power your devices and freedom to travel around at your leisure.
The fabulous Easter weekend may be just a distant memory but do not despair there is another Bank Holiday weekend just around the corner. Whilst we cannot promise the fabulous weather we had over the Easter holidays we can give you plenty of ideas and tips on making this Bank Holiday weekend equally as memorable.
We are all looking forward to Easter, a nice long weekend and for the small people even longer holidays from school. Spring has finally sprung. We have longer days, the weather is improving and there is loads happening around Ireland to keep you busy. Unpack your tent, hook-up your caravan or service your motorhome, the caravan & camping season has really began. Many parks have re-opened for the season and look forward to welcoming you to their sites. With over 100 sites to choose from around Ireland you will definitely find one to suit you on
Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands runs through the middle of the Island and includes exciting waterside towns, picturesque rural villages, hidden tracks and trails as well as fascinating Blueways. It's a place where you will find everything.
Ireland's Hidden Heartlands encompasses Leitrim, Roscommon and Longford as well as parts of Clare, Westmeath, Cavan, North Tipperary, Galway and Offaly.