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Glamping in Northern Ireland


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A lovely single-storey dwelling resting near Moneymore, Londonderry. Smart TV. Hot tub. Off-road parking. Magherafelt 4.9 miles; Ballymena 22.7 miles; Londonderry 40.2 miles; Belfast 40.3 miles. (Ref. 1077338)

  • Wi-fi
  • Off-road parking
  • Hot Tub
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine

7 nights from £502

  • Sleeps2
  • Bedrooms1
  • PetsYes



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A fantastic studio-style shepherds hut resting in Gortin, County Fermanagh. Open-plan. Country views. Off-road parking. Romantic. Remote. Omagh 19.5 miles; Dungannon 25.9 miles; Enniskillen 44.8 miles. (Ref. 1120712)

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  • Ground floor bedroom
  • 10% off - Wed 7th Feb to 29th Mar 2024

7 nights from £264

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This superb, single-storey holiday cottage rests in a private location in Muff, County Donegal. Games room. Hot tub. Off-road parking. Rangemaster cooker. Culmore 2.4 miles; Burnfoot 6.6 miles; Derry 7.8 miles. (Ref. 1131685)

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  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Hot Tub
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  • Games room

7 nights from £929

Northern Ireland is famous for its beautiful mix of landscapes, including scenic valleys, rolling hills, rugged coastlines and bustling cities, where you can expect a magnificent castle or two! Escaping to Northern Ireland has never been easier with the excellent choice of glamping pods on offer, whether it is a secluded glamping pod with hot tub for two or a larger collection of high-end glamping pods for 12, you are sure to find your perfect base with this collection.

Why glamping in Northern Ireland?

This collection of glamping pods in Northern Ireland are within easy reach of a plethora of scenic walks, including the Maritime Mile, where along the way you will pass the sites of the SS Nomadic and the Titanic Belfast. Movie fans will not want to miss a visit to the five-star Rayanne House, which serves a world-renowned 'Titanic Menu,' which recreates the nine-course menu enjoyed by the first-class passengers on board the ship in an elegant Victorian setting. TV fans are well-catered for with the stunning locations straight out of the hit series Game of Thrones on offer, including Winterfell and the Haunted Forest. Walking enthusiasts will have found their haven with the excellent selection of walks on offer, including The Causeway Coast and Tollymore Forest Park where you can expect exceptional views and scenery. All this and more are easily accessible from your Northern Ireland glamping pod. For more inspiration on what to do in the local area, browse our Ireland Travel Guide.

Places to Visit in Northern Ireland?

If you can tear yourself away from the comfort of your Northern Ireland glamping pod, the bustling capital of Belfast awaits, where you can explore the Belfast Zoo, embark up the National Trust site of Divis and the Black Mountain, or visit the Titanic Belfast for a fascinating glimpse into history. Nearby, you will find the bustling town of Holywood, home to a picturesque sea front, welcoming golf club and the charming Ulster Folk Museum. Venture further along the coast, where you will discover the bustling towns of Bangor and Newtonards, where you can enjoy the delights of Pickie Funpark and the historic Bangor Abbey or a wander the Kiltona Nature Reserve before savouring a picnic in the Londonderry Park. Game of Thrones fans will want to pay a visit to Old Castle Ward in County Down, where they can step in the footsteps of their favourite characters at the Winterfell Castle and Demesne, there is also the Gothic-style 18th-century Castle Ward and the Castle Ward Bunkhouse available to explore. Those seeking further Game of Thrones attractions will find them in Newcastle, within the Tollymore Forest Park, the Cushendun Caves in Cushendun, the renowned Dark Hedges in Balleymoney in County Antrim, Downhill Beach and Mussenden Temple in Castlerock and Pollnagollum Cave in Enniskillen. If that is not your thing, why not visit the OM Dark Sky Path and Observatory in Cookstown where you can indulge in a spot of stargazing.

Types of Northern Ireland Holidays

Escape to Northern Ireland in style with this excellent range of glamping pods with hot tub in Ireland. Outdoor enthusiasts and those preferring a position along the coast are sure to be impressed with one of these cottages in County Antrim, whilst those seeking a taste of city life will enjoy these cottages in Belfast. Be sure to secure a stay at this fantastic range of cottages in County Londonderry, where history and culture thrive! However, you choose to spend your time on holiday in Ireland, be sure to choose from this excellent range of cottages in Northern Ireland as your base.