Glamping in Ireland

While we were in Ireland, we were moving from place to place. It was a new city or town every day so accommodations were pretty important after all the traveling we did every day. On two non-consecutive nights, we actually opted to do glamping. And it was the best first experiences ever with glamping. I absolutely loved the laid-back vibe of the accommodations while still having the comfort of a bed and washroom facilities.

Our first glamping experience was just outside of the Cliffs of Moher in a small town called Doolin. On our way to the glamping site (just five-seven minutes away), we actually got a flat tire and after much trouble, made it to the site. Our hosts – booked via AirBnb – were absolutely amazing and made all the calls they could to help us with our car troubles. They were absolutely friendly and accommodating – truly an Irish quality that I would encounter time and time again during this trip.

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They also have a little caravan and Mongolian yurt that you can book. I would definitely come back to stay in that yurt. Check out their AirBnb listing here.

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Our second glamping experience was in Killarney, our second to last night in Ireland. By this point, we were pretty exhausted from our trip – only heightened by that day’s adventure. We had just hiked the Gap of Dunloe and it was nice being able to just kick back and have an early night. I absolutely loved how the tents were in that wooden structure that further protected it from the elements and kept it even cleaner. Check out the website for booking here.

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