Fancy venturing out into the great outdoors without giving up your little luxuries? Then these glamping pods may be exactly what you’re looking for.
With staycations on the rise, the demand for quirky accommodation choices has skyrocketed. With that in mind, here are ten unique glamping pods in Northern Ireland.
Glamping, as you may be able to tell by the name, is ‘glamourous camping’. Providing the perfect balance between the desire for outdoor adventure without giving up life’s everyday comforts, glamping has grown in popularity over recent years.
So, whether you’re planning your post-lockdown staycation or just want a unique night away, check out these glamping pods for the perfect glamourous camping experience.
10. Sycamore Pods, Larne – for an idyllic location
Located on a small farm in the rural village of Cairncastle, County Antrim, the Sycamore Pods in Larne are definitely some of the best glamping pods in Northern Ireland.
Included in your booking is a private hot tub and a fire pit where you can toast marshmallows in the evening.
The pods are fitted with electric heating, a wood-burning stove, an ensuite toilet and shower, a kitchenette with a two-ring ceramic hob, and other kitchen appliances.
Address: Weyburn Rd, Carncastle, Larne BT40 2RL
9. Pods at the Lodge, Newry – for a lake view experience
Located close to Lough Shark, the three pods at Lisnabrague Lodge are the perfect glamping experience in County Armagh.
With picnic tables, BBQs, and firepits on-site, you can spend the evening relaxing by the lake before retreating to the comfort of your cosy pod.
Address: Bann Road, Poyntzpass, Newry BT35 6QY
8. Causeway Country Pods – for a peaceful holiday retreat
The Causeway Country Pods in Bushmills are the perfect tranquil retreat on the stunning north coast of Ireland.
The three pods on-site sleep two adults each in comfortable double beds and are fitted with ensuite shower rooms, kitchenettes, private hot tubs, BBQs, and firepits. Optional extras, including campfire and BBQ packs and breakfast, are also available to order.
Address: 57 Priestland Rd, Bushmills BT57 8UR
7. The Pods at Streamvale – stay on the farm
Streamvale Open Farm is a popular attraction for families and big kids alike. However, they have recently opened their brand new glamping pods in Northern Ireland.
The perfect break for animal lovers, Streamvale is on the outskirts of Belfast, providing the ultimate luxury hideaway offering an idyllic blend of nature and urban life.
Address: 38 Ballyhanwood Rd, Belfast BT5 7SN
6. Rossharbour Glamping – a lakeside retreat
On the grounds of the luxurious Rossharbour Resort, the cosy glamping pods are located on the shore of Lough Erne and come equipped with a private hot tub and all the amenities you could ever need.
Guests also have access to the communal sauna on-site, as well as the games room and play park.
Address: Co Fermanagh, 435-437 Boa Island Road Rossharbour, Leggs, Enniskillen BT93 2AL
5. Let’s Go Hydro – for watersports enthusiasts
Let’s Go Hydro on the outskirts of Belfast may not be the first place you think of when it comes to a peaceful glamping retreat. However, the pods at the watersports adventure centre are not to be sniffed at.
Options include their quirky Igluhuts, forest domes, lake top pods, safari tents, and standard glamping pods in various settings, such as their tree garden, open meadow, and hedged village.
Address: Knockbracken Reservoir, 1 Mealough Rd, Carryduff, Belfast BT8 8GB
4. Rathlin Glamping Pods – for an island escape
Can you think of anything more heavenly than glamping on a small Irish island just off the incredible Causeway Coast? If not, then Rathlin Glamping Pods are for you.
Rathlin Island is a haven of stunning scenery and Irish wildlife, and a stay in their cosy glamping pods are the perfect escape from everyday life.
Address: Rathlin Island, Ballycastle BT54 6RS
3. Willowtree Glamping, Mournes – escape to the mountains
Set in the stunning location of the Mourne Mountains, Willowtree Glamping offers a well-needed sense of peace and tranquillity at the heart of nature.
This quirky adults-only accommodation option is perfect for a romantic break away, and guests can stargaze from the luxury Shepherd’s Hut or a cosy log cabins on site.
Address: 17a Mill Rd, Annalong, Newry BT34 4RH
2. Pebble Pods – on the shores of Strangford Lough
Pebble Pods are set on the shores of Strangford Lough in the quaint village of Killinchy in County Down, providing incredible views of the surrounding scenery.
These eco-friendly pods come equipped with hot tubs, thermal saunas, and kayaks and paddleboards, which are available to hire for an additional cost.
Address: 22 Ringhaddy Rd, Killinchy, Newtownards BT23 6TU
1. Further Space – for incredible views
Topping our list of the best glamping pods in Northern Ireland is, without doubt, the Further Space glamping pods.
With various locations in some of the most beautiful parts of Northern Ireland – as well as other sites across Scotland and Ireland – Further Space glamping provide the ultimate retreat complete with incredible views, on-site firepits, and cosy accommodation.
Address: Various Locations
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