Rustic Gypsy Caravans on Pet-Friendly Farm in Countryside, IrelandRathdrum, Wicklow (Ireland) view map
Description of Glamping Units
These pet-friendly caravans in Ireland can sleep up to four guests, and also have daytime seating for up to six people. They have either two double-sized beds or one double-sized bed and a set of bunk beds. Linens, pillows, and duvets or sleeping bags are provided, although guests must bring their own towels. Extra beddings is available, as well as an extra bunk so that to adults and three children can sleep in a caravan. There is no extra charge for this option.
For cooking, these caravan rentals each have a small kitchen area with a twin-burner butane gas cooker with a grill, cooking pots, a frying pan, a kettle, a teapot, a water container, crockery, and cutlery. There is also a hanging space in each accommodation for full-length clothes and four shelves for storage. There are no toilets inside of the accommodations. Read More
- Linens provided
- Sofa bed/Futon
On this glamping farm, there are hot shower and toilet facilities, laundry machines, and campfire and barbecue areas. There is also a parking area and a common room.
- 24-hour management
- Airport transfer
- Bicycle rental
- Patio furniture
The hosts ask that guests only bring well-behaved dogs since they will be sharing the farm with other glampers. The caravans are available for rent from April 27 to September 28. If guests need to make a special request for a check-in or check-out time, the hosts will do their best to accommodate their needs.
There is a refundable damage protection deposit of $109.57 per caravan. Read More
Location + Surroundings
Cronybyrne is a 100-acre/40-hectare farm just north of Rathdrum, at Garryduff Crossroads and quite close to Glendalough. The Mill River runs from one end of the farm to the other, and the land adjoins a wildlife sanctuary forest that stretches from Rathdrum to Laragh. There are wonderful walks and excellent fishing along the Avonmore River in the forest. The new tourism base is located in a secluded valley renowned for its scenic beauty.
The site can offer a variety of different routes taking in the fishing port of Arklow, quiet local villages, the glacial valley of Glenmalure, the lower reaches of the Wicklow Mountains and the Monastic City of Glendalough founded in the 6th Century by St. Kevin. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 15 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
The hosts of this site are always on call if guests need assistance at any point during their nature retreat.
- Bird watching
- Horseback riding
This stunning, scenic area is excellent for going walking and hiking with furry friends. The nearby Avonmore River is also great for fishing and kayaking. Other popular activities in the area include horseback riding, cycling, surfing, bird watching, swimming, sightseeing, and golfing, and guests can have the terrific experience of listening to traditional Irish music in local pubs. Guests can even take part in painting workshops at this luxury camping site, so there really is something for everyone.