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Glamping in Galway – 8 Best Glamping Sites In Galway

As one of the least densely populated counties in the Emerald Isle, there so much of its unique and varied landscapes to enjoy in Galway. From farmland plains to heathered hills, the Connemara mountains to the scenic beachesGalway glamping is fast becoming a favorite getaway.

Ever tried staying in a tent by the beach, or a wagon close to the fairy garden? How about completely going off the grid on a working farm? This county on Ireland’s western coast has it all. Read on and find out the best places for glamping in Galway.  

Glamping in Galway – Best Glamping Sites In Galway

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1. Aran Camping and Glamping


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The location of Aran Camping and Glamping on Inis Mor has the best views of Galway Bay. This idyllic location, and how the pods are spread around the island, make it one of the best places for glamping in Galway

The glamping pods were designed like ancient Clochán stone huts and Tigín cottages. Clochán pods can hold up to 4 people while Tigín can accommodate up to six. These stylish glamping pods all have comfortable beds, a kitchenette and dining area, and a private bathroom. When not relaxing in their pods, glampers may hang out at the terrace or barbecue area, or spend time on the beach. 

Amenities: Access to a private beach, shared lounge, terrace, barbecue area, free WiFi 

Address: Frenchman’s Beach, Kilronan, Co. Galway, H91 F65P

2. Clifden Eco Beach 


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Situated among stunning dunes on the beautiful Connemara coast is the award-winning Clifden Eco Beach. Its location in the Wild Atlantic Way makes this eco-park one of the most scenic places to go glamping in Galway. Each accommodation here has access to the private beach, which is ideal for picnics or simply enjoying the views of the Atlantic. 

Clifden Eco Beach offers tents that are good for two to three persons. Each tent is equipped with an airbed, pillows, and chairs. Glampers may also rent a mobile home which is good for a small family. Whatever accommodation one chooses at Clifden Eco Beach, there is access to showers and toilets, laundry facilities, and a kitchen that serves free coffee and tea. 

Amenities: Private beach access, bike hire/bile lock barn, eco campfire, fishing point, harbor access

Address: Claddaghduff Road Wild Atlantic Way, Clifden Co. Galway

3. Earl’s View Maxi Pod

Located in the heart of the Connemara, Earl’s View Maxi Pod is another must-visit destination for scenic Galway glamping. From each of the glamping pods, visitors can enjoy unobstructed views of the Atlantic as well as the 12 Pins mountain range. 

Staying at Earl’s View Maxi Pod allows guests to enjoy nature while still having access to modern creature comforts. Each pod has not just a cozy sleeping area, but a well-equipped kitchen as well. The pods are well insulated and have their bathroom. Outside of the pod, there are picnic sets and fire pits for spending evenings looking out towards the surrounding scenery. 

Amenities: Access to a bike rack, outdoor sitting area, fire pit, and barbecue area

Address: Dooyeher, Connemara, Letterdeskert, Co. Galway

4. Galway Camping


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Farm glamping in Galway is another must-experience in this side of the Emerald Isle. Set in what used to be the farmyard of the Blake Estate, Galway Glamping has 11 acres of lush surroundings. Galway Glamping occupies 11 acres of lush surroundings, home to historic buildings such as 18th-century barns, 19th-century chapel. 

This glamping destination offers cabins that have access to the farm and walled garden.  Each cabin is beautifully furnished and can accommodate two persons. Shower and toilet facilities are in a separate outhouse, as well as the communal kítchen. 

Amenities: Free private parking, garden access

Address: Galway Glamping, Brooklodge Demesne, Ballyglunin, Tuam, Co. Galway, H54 XC86


5. Crann Og Eco Farm 


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A Galway glamping that takes guests completely off-grid what Crann Og Eco Farm offers. Imagine staying on a working farm, with sheep and hens walking around, among old trees and verdant gardens. Save for a charging station for gadgets, this is a no-technology area. There is no electricity and WiFi either. 

Since 2020, Crann Og Eco Farm only offers cabins. However, guests still get to enjoy its well-insulated, solar-lit accommodations. A cabin can hold up to 4 adults, who can enjoy the convenience of a kitchenette and toilets in their compact space.  When not relaxing indoors, the farm is quiet and secluded and perfect for strolls in the morning or late afternoon. 

Amenities: Free parking, solar lighting, gas heating, campfire pit, farm access

Address: Crann Og Eco Farm, Derrymore, Drummin Gort, County Galway,


6. Kitty’s Cosy Camping


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With its idyllic setting by the foothills of the Burren, Kitty’s Cosy Camping is never short of spectacular views. The area is just a short drive from the great Cliffs of Moher, which makes it an even more special Galway glamping site. 

Kitty’s Cosy Camping offers unique accommodations in a variety of colors. Green and red wagons can take in up to 4 adults, while purple wagons are good for couples. There are also tents for two adults, as well as cabins to accommodate six people.  All accommodations are furnished with comfortable beds and beddings and are well-insulated. 

There are showers and toilets in a nearby outhouse, and they run on recycled rainwater, which is abundant in Ireland. Guests also have access to a picnic and campfire area where they can enjoy the beautiful surrounding scenery. 

Amenities: sustainable shower and toilet outhouse, access to the picnic area, and campfire pit

Address: Cosy Glamping Campsite, Cappacasheen Kinvara Co. Galway H91D2PX


7. Pod Umna Village


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One of the most popular destinations for glamping in Ireland, Pod Umna Village is also a popular venue for hen parties and weekend getaways. This glamping village is in an urban setting and can fit up to 40 people in various glamping accommodations. These are bell tents, pods, and shepherd’s huts spread in a lush landscape with many trees. 

The fully-insulated pods, a favorite among glampers, can hold up to five people. Each pod has mattresses, power, and heating. There is also a deck area,  with a table and chairs for picnics and barbecue. 

Amenities: Deck area with table and chairs, barbecue pit, indoor-heating 

Address: Dominick Street, Portumna, Co. Galway

8. The Wagon Glamping, Galway

The colorful wagons of Loughrea are probably the most unique Galway glamping accommodations in the county. Quirky and movie-like, these are ideal for families as well as for romantic getaways. The wagons are parked close to an enchanting fairy garden, an added reason that makes it an exciting glamping destination. 

Each wagon comes with mostly pull-out furnishings – from the table to the double bed. There is also a bench and an extra single bed in some wagons. From the site, guests have access to a biking trail, playground, and views of the forest. 

Amenities: Free parking, free WiFi, access to the fairy garden and forest trails, recreation area for kids and adults

Address: Kylebrack, Slieve Aughty Centre, Loughrea, Co Galway

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