Supersecret Luxury Glamping Northern Ireland
Glamping is luxurious
Luxury Glamping Northern Ireland – Glamping is luxurious camping with added amenities such as beds, electricity, toilets, hot tubs, fire pits, and more. We also have some unique accommodations such as a night in an underground cave or staying on the side of a mountain.
Looking for a unique staycation or a special holiday in Northern Ireland? These glamping sites will make your stay extra special.
Finn Lough’s bubble domes are the perfect place to immerse yourself in the beauty of nature. Some even come complete with a roll-top bath.
The staff at Finn Lough are friendly and welcoming and ensure service excellence never falters.
The Black Shack is a self-contained tiny house situated at the rear of Bancran School. It is my favorite of the lot and has a mezzanine-level bedroom.
The Black Shack exceeded all of our expectations, the decor is stunning and the owners went out of their way to leave us little cupcakes and croissants for breakfast.
Rossharbour Lakeside Lodges is a glamping site in Northern Ireland with amazing views of Lough Erne. Guests can enjoy their own private hot tub or sauna and can upgrade to a private Finnish bath experience with prosecco and robes.
Quarry Hill Church in Northern Ireland is a stunning five-star church conversion that was lovingly restored from ruin by its local owners.
A magnificent church conversion, with five double bedrooms, impeccable en suite bathrooms, and an open plan living area with the original pulpit as a center piece.
Sitting at the foothills of the Sperrin Mountains, Sperrinview is a great place to go glamping in Northern Ireland. You can admire the night skies from your bed through the specially manufactured “viewing window”.
Sorrell Hillside Tiny House is perched on a quiet hillside overlooking country fields and is the perfect place for families to go glamping in Northern Ireland.
Niall delivered two cakes, cupcakes, a bottle of prosecco, and balloons for our friends’ birthday. The interior and location of the tiny home are stunning.
Game of Thrones fans will love these camping pods at Castle Ward, where the TV show was filmed. The rustic pods have no beds but are still worth staying at for the experience alone.
The Fairy River Cottages are the perfect hobbit houses for Lord of the Rings fans and avid hikers looking for slightly more upmarket accommodation.
Guests describe the place as a “fantastic hideaway but with mod cons” and say the owners were very welcoming and brought extra turf and logs for the wood burner.
The 1968 Bedford TK Horse Lorry has been lovingly converted into guest accommodation and offers views as far as Mussenden and Inishowen.
Guests enjoyed their stay at the quirky and quaint Oat Box, which was located perfectly to explore the stunning north coast.
The Pebble Pods are cozy, and comfortable and provide the perfect base to explore the local area. They are fully heated and insulated, making them great for all-year-round stays.
Lewis greeted us with a bottle of prosecco and provided marshmallows for the fire pit. Our pod was complete with bathrobes, towels, a hairdryer, and a mini kitchenette.
The Willowtree Shepherds Hut is a beautifully handcrafted glamping experience in a secluded green field at the foot of the Mournes. It comes complete with a private hot tub and plenty of activities to keep you busy.
The Beehive sleeps five people across a triple bunk and a small double sofa bed and is equipped with a fridge, kettle, toaster, and wood-burning stove.
The facilities at Pine Tree Hollow are the cleanest and best we have seen. We had a great evening by the campfire and were toasty warm in bed.
The Aurora Log Cabins are a unique and mesmerizing experience, situated on the tip of the North Antrim coast. They have a freestanding bath and a private hot tub, making them the perfect base if you want to play tourist for a day.
The funky Jungle NI pods are a famous place to go glamping in Northern Ireland. They offer practically every outdoor activity you could wish for.
The guests had a fantastic time barbecuing and enjoying the great outdoors and lit the log burner in the evening.
The Surf Shack is an upcycled shipping container glamping site, surrounded by rolling county Antrim farmlands, and offers peace and quiet but is still close to many famous landmarks in Northern Ireland.
The Surfer Shack is a beautiful design little space, that is cosy and relaxing. The host Josh was very attentive and kind to place extras within the shack for the extra person.
The guests enjoyed the large luxury hot tub, slippers, breakfast basket, wood-burning stove and modern bathroom.
A bubble dome, white freestanding bath, and a cozy four-poster bed, plus the best stargazing opportunities imaginable with the dome’s near-360-degree views, make this Bubble Den a very special place to stay.
Mountain Sky Glamping is located on Ash Park Farm in the glorious Sperrin Mountains, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It comes complete with a wooden floor, wood-burning stove, comfy sofa and beds, lamps, and inside flushing loo.
This 1952 Saurer Swiss Army truck is one of the most unique glamping holidays in Northern Ireland. It’s complete with log burning stove, sun deck, and sauna, and offers guests an amazing view across the woodland.
This studio is in a secluded cove of Strangford Lough under a mature pine tree and offers great lake views. It is solar-powered.
What guests say: “5 stars just don’t feel enough to describe Brent Cove, we had a fabulous time.”
This large rustic shepherd’s hut is self-contained with its own bathroom, kitchen, dining area, log burning stove, and upstairs kids area.
The cabin was well presented and provided everything a guest would need for a short family break.
The Causeway Coast Cabin has a beautiful interior and is fully equipped with a king-size bed, kitchenette, small and cozy reading corner, and a private en-suite bathroom.
The tiny house was quaint and had everything we needed for a short stay. Josh was very helpful and kept in contact to make sure all was ok.
Swanns Bridge Bell Tents is a glamping site on the banks of the River Roe in Northern Ireland. Bring warm layers, hot water bottles, and cozy blankets along with you.
Swanns Bridge provided a beautiful bell tent for our special occasion, which was surrounded by a forest and decorated with fairy lights.
Set within an adrenaline junkie’s paradise, Todd’s Leap offers snooze boxes and a range of outdoor activities. Order a takeaway and settle in for a good night’s sleep.
Game of Thrones fans will love Thornfield Pods, set just a stone’s throw from the iconic Dark Hedges. You can feed the hens and see baby lambs, and the pods come complete with everything you could wish for, including a prosecco arrival.
The Barge at Titanic is a recently renovated barge that combines the joy of being on the water with the on-shore comfort you’d expect from a modern hotel.
Guests say that the host was friendly and provided all the basic amenities, as well as access to Netflix and Wi-Fi.
Pod on the Pond is a stunning glamping pod located near a pond. Guests can enjoy the scenery from their decking while dining alfresco as the sun goes down.
The Pod on the Pond is a great little find. It is situated in someone’s garden but gives absolute privacy.
Carrowmena’s bell tents are spacious, fully furnished, and decorated with fairy lights, blankets, and throws. Upgrade to a deluxe tent for a private fenced-off campfire area.
Guests recommend the wonderful bell tents and the location is great with stunning views and only 5 minutes away from the town center and 15mins from a beautiful beach.
Set in a picturesque location, The Dutchess is a unique quirky vintage caravan. It has its own private seating area and a chemical toilet.
Tim’s is a beautiful part of the world, with everything you need for a weekend away plus lots of little extras that really add to the experience.
East Coast Glamping offers rustic glamping holidays in Northern Ireland, with shared toilets, showers, a communal pod with a fire pit, and an outdoor kitchen hut.
Guests say: “Best activity center in Ireland. The accommodation is spotless and the food is lovely.”
The Clydesdale Shepherds Hut is situated on a small farm and horse yard in the Co. Antrim countryside. It is beautifully decorated and has a radio and a selection of books to keep you occupied.
A hidden gem. Well equipped with everything you would need, including a tiny kitchen and a warm log burner.
Gorse Hill Farm is home to three large pods with spectacular views over the Shimna River Valley and Tollymore Forest Park.
This unique converted horse truck is the perfect off-grid escape, with a deck area with seating and a chiminea, a well-equipped kitchen and dining area, lobby, shower room, a wood-burning stove, and box bed inside.
Ideally situated at the foot of the Mourne Mountains, Carrick Little offers great views and a spacious patio area with a picnic table and chairs, and firepit.
Julie was waiting for us on arrival and was really friendly and helpful. The two double beds ensured a great night’s sleep.
Blaney Shepherds Huts are well-equipped with storage, seating, an eating area, a convection stove heating, TV, a kitchenette, and a shower/toilet area. They are also supplied with milk, cereal, tea, coffee, and pastries awaiting your arrival.
Let’s Go Hydro’s safari tent sleeps six people and has a private deck with a fire pit, BBQ, and wood-burning hot tub.
The safari tent was cozy, comfortable, and well set out. The views were great and the staff was friendly and helpful.
These Viking Huts are cozy, comfortable, and have a private hot tub. I can just imagine long summer evenings lounging on the spacious decking area with a glass of wine in hand.
This Northern Ireland glamping getaway offers a scenic backdrop of the forest and reservoir, a private hot tub, and a wood-burning stove.
Guests enjoyed a fantastic night in a spotlessly clean dome with a private hot tub.
Let’s Go Hydro Iglu Huts are a favorite place to go glamping in Northern Ireland. They are spacious, clean, and modern, and have a cozy cabin bed and a private decking with a picnic table, stargazing hot tub, and a campfire.
The Lotus Bell Tent is a unique camping experience in Northern Ireland. It features a double bed and sumptuous towels.
The Lake Pod is a floating haven with a double bed, sink, tea and coffee facilities, and a small kitchenette inside.
This gypsy caravan is a beauty both inside and out. I’d happily spend long winter days cozied up in here, admiring the handcrafted living area and period-style china.
Tepee Valley is home to a gorgeous shepherd’s hut, which is cozy, intimate and completely relaxing. It’s a great off-grid option for those looking to disconnect from technology and reconnect with nature on their Northern Ireland glamping holiday.