Ireland’s 10 best campsites and glamping destinations in 2022

This stunningly located glamping and camping destination, overlooking Sheephaven Bay in Creeslough, ‘can’t do enough’ for guests, you told us.

Vibes,” one reader simply wrote. “It’s fabulous, clean, with great facilities,” said another. “My little boy said it was his favorite holiday – I think that’s reason enough!”

You can browse the full results of our 2022 Readers’ Travel Awards here.

Time and time again you have cited the “large modern facilities” at Wild Atlantic Camp, from the synthetic turf pitch to the playing field, footgolf, tennis court and nine-hole pitch-and-putt course. .

“Awesome” and “super friendly staff” also made a strong impression, “going out of their way to help you and make your stay as comfortable as possible,” you said.

Guests can stay in glamping villas, pods, bell tents, or cabins, and there are tent and touring pitches as well.

Readers have dubbed it “spotless”, “so clean and tidy” and “well run”. It’s “a very kid-centric camp with lots of play facilities,” you told us, while couples have also been delighted with their stays.

The 10 best campsites in Ireland

1. Wild Atlantic Camp, County Donegal
2. Hidden Valley, County Wicklow
3. Achill Seal Caves, County Mayo
4. Camping and glamping in the Aran Islands
5. Clifden Eco Beach, County Galway
6. Glamping under the stars, Co Laois
7. Eagle Point Campsite, County Cork
8. Chleire Haven, Cape Clear, County Cork
9. Beirnes of Battlebridge, County Leitrim
10. Westport House, County Mayo

The judges noted how Ireland’s camping, glamping and caravan parks have become hot tickets during the pandemic, providing an incredible outdoor atmosphere and facilities for a new generation of staycationers.

“It has lifted the mood in the village,” wrote a resident, welcoming the jobs created. “It caused people to stay in Creeslough rather than move on.”

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