Doolin Glamping is located in the heart of the charming seaside village of Doolin, north county Clare. Established in 2014 on the grounds of O’Connor’s Riverside Caravan and Camping Park, the park strives to offer guests a unique alternative to the standard forms of accommodation in the area. It blends the experience of being in the outdoors and being one with nature while still hanging on to most of the luxuries of home.
The park which overlooks the Aille river is situated on a quiet cul-de-sac in the centre of Doolin – less than 50 meters from Fitz’s cross. Located at Fitz’s cross is Hotel Doolin, Fitz’s Pub, two restaurants, craft shops, a tourist information point and a pantry/off-licence. The park is within a short five minute walk from of all of Doolin’s other famous pubs – O’Connor’s, McGann’s and McDermott’s. All serve excellent food and have traditional music sessions nightly.
Glamping is defined as a form of camping involving accommodation and facilities more luxurious than those associated with traditional camping. With this in mind Doolin Glamping provides a unique experience for families with kids to spend quality time together under a canvas roof – complete with camp fires and marshmallows. At the same time, the park provides accommodation designed for couples or an adult retreat, where 2-6 adults can sleep in comfort – for a romantic getaway or chill out break with good friends.
The tents used are luxurious and include a Mongolian Yurt, a native American Indian Tipi and a vintage caravan .