Glamping Northern Ireland: 47 Amazing Places To Glamp [2023]

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47 Amazing places to go glamping in Northern Ireland

If you are looking for the best places to go glamping Northern Ireland this summer? Well, you’ve come to the right place! With travel restrictions from Northern Ireland on going abroad this year, it’s the best time to explore the great outdoors here in Northern Ireland. You’ll love these Northern Ireland glamping sites.

Our list covers everything glamping Northern Ireland from shepherds huts, domes, safari tents, cabins and luxury pods, so we’ve found something for everyone! We’ve even got some with a hot tub. So without further ado, here are 47 fantastic glamping Northern Ireland sites that you need to stay at!

Glamping Sites in Antrim

Aurora Log Cabins Bushmills

Aurora Log Cabins 

Where Is It: Bushmills, Co Antrim

How Much Per Night:: From £275 for 4 people

Why stay here: If you’ve ever dreamt of staying in a proper log cabin in the wild of Canada, well, this is your best chance this year at least, as Auroras cabins came directly from British Columbia. Situated on a stunning vantage point on the tip of the Causeway Coast, the bespoke Aurora Log Cabins are easily one of our favourite places to go glamping Northern Ireland. It’s only a short walk to the Giants Causeway, making this the perfect base for exploring the North Coast. On your return, you enjoy an indulgent soak in the stunning freestanding hot tubs on the spacious verandah.

Fair Head Glamping Pods

Fair Head Glamping Pods

Where Is It: Ballycastle, Co Antrim

How Much Per Night:: From £170 for 2 people

Why stay here:If you are a Game of Thrones fan, this is one of the best Glamping sites to base yourself for a Game of Thrones Tour. With The Dark Hedges, Ballintoy, and Fair Head, itself only a short distance away. You may even get a glimpse of Rathlin Island, and Northern Ireland only inhabited island. The pods are fully equipped with fire pits, electric heating and a spotlessly clean.

Portview Farm Shepherds Hut Glamping

Portview Farm Clydesdale Shepherds Hut

Where Is It: Newtownabbey, Co. Antrim

How Much Per Night: From £115 for 2 people

Why stay here: The pristine and gorgeous bespoke Clydesdale Shepherds Hut is situated on a small farm in the east Antrim countryside. From your deck, you’ll see buzzards, hares and all sort of other wildlife on Portview Farm. You can go horse riding or trout fishing on the farm. Inside the beautifully decorated shepherd’s hut is a selection of books and rustic radio to keep you occupied.

Causeway Coast Glamping Cabin

The Causeway Coast Cabin 

Where Is It: Moyle, Co. Antrim

How Much Per Night: From £69 for 2 people

Why stay here: The Causeway Coast Cabin is definitely one of the most stunning interiors of any glamping Northern Ireland sites. The gorgeous cabin packs a lot into a small space while still retaining its charm. Inside you’ll find a king-size bed with a private en-suite bathroom, kitchenette and a snug reading corner. Knock yourself up a latte with your own machine before settling down to read one of their small selection of books.

Thornfield Glamping Pods

Thornfield Glamping Pods

Where Is it: Ballymoney, Co. Antrim

How Much Per Night: From £130 for 4 people

Why stay here: Fans of Game of Thrones may have been disappointed by the last, but with these glamping pods just a stone’s throw from the King’s Road (Dark Hedges), The Stormlands (Ballintoy) and Dorn (Portstewart) Thornfield Pods are a great base from which to go on a Game of Thrones tour. If you’re not a fan of the HBO Series, you’ll still love the picturesque farm setting of the glamping pods. You can feed the local hens and the baby lambs! Inside the glamping pods, there’s everything you could wish for and more; go a little extra for a prosecco arrival or breakfast hamper.

The Barge At The Titanic

Barge at Titanic

Where Is It: Titanic Quarter,Belfast

How Much Per Night: From £121 for 4 people

Why stay here: You don’t often expect to find glamping site in the heart of a city, but that’s precisely what the Barge at Titanic is! The recently renovated barge combines the joy of being on the water with the on-shore modern comforts you’d expect from a hotel. The barge has an outdoor seating area, living room, kitchenette, master bedroom, bunkroom and full bathroom; this is probably the most unique way to stay in Belfast. Let’s just hope your stay on this boat doesn’t meet a similar fate to the Titanic.


The Surf Shack Cabin 

Where Is It: Ballycastle, Co. Antrim

How Much Per Night: From £66 for 2 people

Why Stay Here: It doesn’t matter if you’re a surfer; you will undoubtedly fall head over heels for The Surf Shack. Nestled in the rolling Glens of Antrim, the surf Shack was created from a converted used shipping container. The interior is inspired by the Causeway Coast landscape, and with its vintage surfboards reclaimed wood art, it looks the part. There’s also hot tubs to soak in after surfing. This secluded getaway with lots of peace and quiet is only minutes away from Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, the Giants Causeway, Bushmills distillery and The Dark Hedges.

Sycamore Glamping Pods

Sycamore Glamping Pods

Where Is It: Ballygally, Co. Antrim

How Much Per Night:: From £140 for 2 adults and 2 children

Why stay here: Situated near the small rural village of Cairncastle on a hobby farm, you’ll find rare breed pigs, sheep, chickens and other animals wandering around, making these Northern Ireland glamping pods especially great for families! The bespoke Sycamore Pods have your own hot tub to relax in before toasting marshmallows around the fire pit while taking in the fantastic rural views.


Foxborough Bubble Den 

Where Is It: Portglenone, Co. Antrim

How Much Per Night:: From £165 for 2 people

Why stay here: With some of the best stargazing opportunities in Northern Ireland with bubble dome’s giving near-360 degree views. Beautifully decorated with loads of cosy blankets to keep you warm after your soak in the freestanding bath or before cuddling up in the comfy four-poster bed. Enjoy a lovingly prepared breakfast hamper, complete with local produce. If you need an extra morning pick-me-up after staying up stargazing, knock up a coffee with your own coffee machine. Delicious!

Myrtle Glamping Truck & Glamping Pod

Myrtle Glamping Truck

Where Is It: Lisburn, Co. Antrim

How Much Per Night:: From £235 for 2 people

Why stay here:  Easily being one of the Northern Irelands most unique glamping northern ireland site, I think a better question would be, “why not stay here?”. Myrtle is one of our own favourites. Complete with a log burning stove, sun deck, sauna and wood-burning stove. This 1952 Saurer Swiss Army truck is a totally unique experience. With a fantastic view across the surrounding woodland from the saunas floor-to-ceiling glass window, you could spend days just relaxing here.

Glamping Pod on The Pond

Pod on the Pond

Where Is It: Ballycastle, Co. Antrim

How Much Per Night: From £69 for 2 people

Why stay here: There are numerous glamping pod sites in Northern Ireland, as you can see from our list. However, Pod on the Pond is possibly one of the best, not only because of its stunning waterside location but also for the scenery that you can enjoy from the comfort of your decking as the sun goes down over the pond. The glamping pod is a stone’s throw from the seaside town of Ballycastle and some beautiful coastal walks; plus, every guest gets a complimentary voucher for the nearby coffee shop, Bothy Coffee – a great spot to enjoy a cuppa and cake!

Glamping Sites In Armagh

Tepee Valley Gypsy Caravan

Where Is It: Markethill, Co. Armagh

How Much Per Night: From £105 for 4 people

Why stay here: This gypsy caravan is perfectly decorated both inside and out. Comfortable, warm and snug, It would be easy to spend long, wet days curled up in here, admiring the period-style china and handcrafted living area. Make good use of the small veranda outside and enjoy the warmth of the chiminea while watching the sun go down. Just don’t forget your marshmallows to toast!

Tepee Valley Shepherd’s Hut

Where Is It: Markethill, Co. Armagh

How Much Per Night: From £115 for 2 adults and 1 child

Why stay here: Tepee Valley also has a gorgeous shepherds hut. Designed with romantic couples in mind and lovingly built by your hosts, a stay here is snug, intimate and completely relaxing. This off-grid experience is superb for those wanting to take a break from technology and reconnect with nature on their glamping Northern Ireland holiday. Our favourite thing about glamping in the shepherds’ hut is the Windy Smith stove, which allows guests to get back to basics by boiling the kettle for their morning coffee, cooking some comfort food in the oven, or scrambling eggs for your morning breakfast. 

Glamping Sites In Derry – Londonderry

Swans Bridge Bell Tent Glamping

Swanns Bridge Bell Tents

Where Is It: Limavady, Co. Derry

How Much: From £95 for 4 people

Why stay here: Swanns Bridge Bell Tents is the ideal glamping pods in Northern Ireland, for getting closer to nature. Nestled at the foot of Binevenagh Mountain on the banks of the River Roe, there are countless opportunities for adventure right outside your tent. Although you will be close to nature while glamping in your Bell tent, the glamping pods come complete with thick bedding and an electric fan heater just in case it’s chilly.

Carrowmena Bell Tent Camping At Night

Carrowmena Bell Tents

Where Is It: Limavady, Co. Londonderry

How Much: From £80 for 2 adults and 2 children

Why stay here: There can be few better ways to enjoy the long summer nights glamping than in one of Carrowmena’s bell tents? The spacious, fully furnished bell tents come decorated with fairy lights, blankets, and throws to offer you a great night glamping under the stars. We recommend you upgrade to a deluxe tent to make it extra special, with a private fenced-off campfire area, firepit and BBQ area, mini-fridge and campfire snacks.

Carnamuff Glamping Pods

Carnamuff Glamping

Where Is It: Ballykelly, Co. Londonderry

How Much Per Night: From £160 for 2 people

Why stay here:Carnamuff Glamping Cabin are an extra unique lakeside glamping cabin set near Ballykelly, Northern Ireland. The camping pods are nestled amongst wild meadows and woodland with its private lake, despite only being a short drive to Derry/Londonderry and the Airport. 

Each of the camping pods has a balcony, BBQ area and all the modern facilities you could want while glamping Northern Ireland

The Black Shed Glamping Pod

The Black Shack Tiny House

Where Is It: Magherafelt, Co. Londonderry

How Much Per Night: From £120 for 4 people

Why stay here: The Black Shack is to the rear of Bancran School, home to a range of quirky glamping site offerings. The stunningly decorated, the self-contained miniature house is one of our favourites on this list. The Shack feels like an off-grid bolt hole with a snig mezzanine level bedroom. The Shack is filled with luxurious touches; however, if you want to make your Northern Ireland glamping trip extra memorable, make sure you book a dip in the hot tubs! You won’t regret it.

The Oat Box Converted Horsebox Where Is It: Coleraine, Co. LondonderryHow Much: From £130 for 2 peopleWhy stay here: This 1968 Bedford TK Horse Lorry has been painstakingly converted using repurposed and upcycled materials to create a welcoming, cosy glamping site. You’ll not want to leave the horsebox, soaking up the beautiful interiors with its nooks and crannies. Take dander to the top of the hill for some fantastic views as far as Inishowen and Mussenden. On a clear day, you may even see Scotland.Jungle

NI Glamping PodsThe Jungle NI PodsWhere Is It: Magherafelt, Co. LondonderryHow Much: From £80 for 8 peopleWhy stay here: The funky glamping pods at Jungle NI are among the most well-known glamping sites in Northern Ireland. Each glamping pod sleeps up to eight people on cosy, individual bunks, making Jungle NI a fantastic place to stay with a group of friends or family. Although, the real reason to go glamping here is for the Jungle NI Activity Centre. From zorbing, archery, paintballing and to coasteering, llama trekking and laser tag, they offer practically every outdoor activity you could ever wish to try! 

Mountain Sky Safari TentsWhere Is It: Feeny, Co. LondonderryHow Much: From £256 for 6 peopleWhy stay here: Ever fancied staying on the plains of Africa then head to Mountain Sky Glamping. Located in the stunning Sperrin Mountains, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, on Ash Park Farm. This glamping pods its really is a home-away-from-home with a wooden floor, wood-burning stove, comfy sofa and beds, lamps, and inside flushing loo. 

Glamping Sites In Down

Leitrim Lodge Luxury Glamping PodLeitrim Lodge Luxury Glamping Where Is It: Hilltown, Co. DownHow Much:  From £200 for 2 peopleWhy stay here:Leitrim Lodge Luxury Glamping Pods are set in the heart of the Mourne Mountains, with amazing views over Spelga Dam, Slieve Muck and towards Rostrevor Forest. There plenty to see and do for those looking to get away to the great outdoors.The camping pods have everything you’ll need to keep you snug and warm while on your adventure.The Secret Ballroom Glamping PodThe Secret BallroomWhere Is It: Castlewellan, Co. DownHow Much:  From £170 for 2 peopleWhy stay here:The Secret Ballroom glamping northern Ireland is one of the most unique here on our list, and this lakeside glamping cabins is ideal for a group booking or family break. We are nestled on a hillside with views over Castlewellan lake towards Tollymore National Park and Murlough Bay.Rathwood Farm Luxury Glamping PodRathwood Farm Luxury GlampingWhere Is It: Newry, Co. DownHow Much:  From £170 for 2 peopleWhy stay here:Boasting air-conditioned accommodation with a patio for soaking up the views of the Mourne Mountains, Rathwood Farm Luxury Glamping Pods in County Down is located on a quiet hilltop close to the M1 just north of Newry. Within a short distance you The Cathedral of Saint Patrick and Saint Colman, the property offers a garden and free private parking. On a clear day you can even see Carlingford Lough.Quarry Hill ChurchQuarry Hill ChurchWhere Is It: Strangford, Co. DownHow Much:  From £474 for 10 peopleWhy stay here: Just scroll through the photos of Quarry Hill Church and tell us it’s not jaw-dropping. You’ll be welcomed by the historic church’s striking blue classical façade, but it’s the inside that is really something else. The vast, open-plan living area that fills with natural light is genuinely awe-inspiring; we can’t urge you enough to check the interior out for yourself. It has been lovingly restored by its owners from ruin. This fantastic luxury church conversion is possibly one of the more unique glamping Northern Ireland spots you’ll find.East Coast Adventure Glamping PodsEast Coast Adventure PodsWhere Is It: Rostrevor, Co. DownHow Much: From £75 for 4 peopleWhy stay here: East Coast Adventure cabins is one of the more rustic glamping sites in Northern Ireland, making it more memorable. The East Coast glamping pods each have two single camp beds, a double camp bed and a plug-in heater. This does mean you’ll have to bring your own sleeping bags and pillows along with you. As far as communal facilities are concerned, you’ll find toilets, showers, a communal pod with a firepit, and an outdoor kitchen hut. But the main reason to come here is for the activities. Whether you fancy zip-lining or sea kayaking, you’re bound to find something that’s up to your street.Gorse Hill Farm Glamping PodsGorse Hill Farm PodsWhere Is it: Newcastle, Co. DownHow Much: From £70 for 2 peopleWhy stay here: With unbelievable views over the Shimna River Valley and onto Tollymore Forest Park, Gorse Hill Farm is home to three large well-equipped luxury riverside lodges with everything you need for a comfortable stay. Enjoy the mountain views from outside on the lovely patio area with a picnic bench or snuggled up inside the cottage.Let’s Go Hydro Viking HutsWhere Is It: Carryduff, Co. DownHow Much: From £100 for 2 peopleWhy stay here: I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a cabin quite as cosy as these Viking Huts. I can just imagine long summer evenings lounging on the spacious decking area with a glass of wine in hand while the fairy lights dance around me. This will definitely be after scoffing a BBQ dinner down and relaxing in your own private hot tub, though. This hut has way too many merits to name, so please just stay there and experience it for yourself! I’ll try to not be too jealous.[IMAGE]Let’s Go Hydro Safari TentWhere Is It: Carryduff, Co. DownHow Much: From £150 for 6 peopleWhy stay here: Let’s Go Hydro has some of the best glamping northern Ireland. Their stunning safari tent has views of their private reservoir where you can enjoy activities such as standup paddleboarding to wakeboarding; this safari tent can sleep six people with a kingsize bedroom, two single beds and a double bedroom. Our favourite thing about this safari tent is the private deck with a fire pit, BBQ, and wood-burning hot tub, accompanied by spectacular views.[IMAGE]Let’s Go Hydro Lotus Bell TentWhere Is It: Carryduff, Co. DownHow Much: From £100 for 4 peopleWhy stay here: Well, firstly, the Lotus Bell Tent is one of the only bell tents in Northern Ireland, making it incredibly unique. But the tent warrants a visit in its own right. With a gorgeous, cosy double bed that you can just melt into and sumptuous towels that you’ll love wrapping yourself up in, this tent is nothing short of luxurious. This isn’t any old camping trip, after all![IMAGE]Let’s Go Hydro Iglu HutsWhere Is It: Carryduff, Co. DownHow Much: From £100 for 4 peopleWhy stay here: Iglu huts are among the lesser found glamping accommodation types, making the Let’s Go Hydro Iglu Huts one of the most unusual places to stay in the UK. I can’t decide whether I love the exterior or interior of these huts more, but let’s just say that both are a feast for the eyes. The interior is spacious, clean and modern, and I especially love the cosy cabin bed. Outside, the private decking boasts a picnic table, stargazing hot tub and campfire, all lit up by festoon lighting. Long evenings spent here are nothing short of romantic.[IMAGE]Let’s Go Hydro Forest DomeWhere Is It: Carryduff, Co. DownHow Much: From £110 for 4 peopleWhy stay here: If you didn’t already gather by now, I’m a sucker for dome accommodation. And this is one of the most isolated domes you’ll ever find. With the scenic backdrop of the forest and reservoir that you can see through the large windows of your dome, nature is at the forefront of this Northern Ireland glamping getaway. Whether you’re kicking back in a king-sized bed, relaxing in your own private hot tub or stoking a wood-burning stove, you’ll love every second of your stay here.[IMAGE]Let’s Go Hydro Lake PodWhere Is It: Carryduff, Co. DownHow Much: From £80 for 2 peopleWhy stay here: This floating haven is one of the more unique places to go glamping in Northern Ireland. If you’re a big water baby, stay as close as possible to the water in the Lake Pod. You’ll find a double bed, sink, tea and coffee facilities, and a small kitchenette inside. If you’re looking for something larger, opt for the House Boat instead.Castle Ward Glamping PodCastle Ward PodsWhere Is It: Strangford, Co. DownHow Much: From £40 for 3 peopleWhy stay here: If you are a Game of Thrones fan, then this is the glampingly site for you. You are going to love these glamping pods! Castle Ward was the film location for Winterfell, home of the Starks. It’s not hard to see upon arrival why HBO chose the site. Castle Ward, with its medieval battlements, became one of the HBO show’s most recognisable locations. You can also visit one of the other 5 filming locations used on the estate while glampingFairy River CottageFairy River CottagesWhere Is It: Newry, Co. DownHow Much: From £155 for 6 peopleWhy stay here:  Fairy River Cottage are an excellent glamping site for hikers looking for slightly more upmarket glamping site with direct access to the Mournes from the cottages. There are loads to do outdoors, or if the weather’s playing up, you cosy up inside these luxury riverside lodges selection of board games.Pebble Pods GlampingPebble PodsWhere Is it: Strangford Lough, Co. DownHow mUCH: From £140 for 2 peopleWhy stay here: Hidden away on the tranquil shores Strangford Lough, these Pebble glamping Pods are the perfect base to explore the Ards Peninsula. With cycling and kayaking options to help you take in the Co. Down scenery, you’ll not forget your stay here at Pebble Pods. If you looking for a more chilled glamping getaway, you can enjoy the saunas and BBQ areas to relax on.Willow Tree Shepherds HutWillowtree Shepherd’s Hut Where Is It: Newry, Co. DownHow Much: From £140 for 2 peopleWhy stay here: Unwind and unplug in the exquisitely handcrafted Willowtree Shepherds Hut situated in a secluded meadow in the Mourne Mountains. You can soak your weary body after a day hiking with mountain views or stare at the stars on your own Hot tub. But that’s not it! Whether you choose to kayak on the coast, explore the mountain bike trails or cook on the campfire, there is plenty to keep you busy at Willowtree glampingPine Tree Hollow BeehiveWhere Is It: Castlewellan, Co. DownHow Much: From £75 for 5 peopleWhy stay here: This is an unbee-lievably good place to go Glamping. Get it? No? I’ll get my coat. The Beehive may be small, but it easily sleeps a family of five people across its triple bunk and pull out double sofa bed. It comes with everything you could need for a comfortable glamping holiday, including a fridge, kettle, toaster and wood-burning stove. You’ll also find an outdoor kitchen with a BBQ and fire pit to test your culinary skills.[Image]Brent Cove Waterfront StudioWhere Is It: Newtownards, Co. DownHow Much: From £94 for 2 peopleWhy stay here: Waterfront studio is tucked away in a secluded cove on Strangford Lough in the centre of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The floor to ceiling windows frames the lake views of the lough from your cosy king-size bed. The studio is of interest to those who love to glamping sustainably, as the entire space is solar-powered![IMAGE]The Dutchess Caravan Where Is It: Strangford, Co. DownHow Much: From £50 for 2 peopleWhy stay here: Situated overlooking the entrance to the picturesque shores of Strangford Lough and the Irish Sea, The Dutchess is a quirky and very unique glamping site. Despite sitting in the hosts’ garden, the caravan still feels very secluded, with a private area for seating. Inside, you’ll there’s a double bed which can be turned into two singles, hot and cold running water and a fridge for your wine.Lackarn Cottage Farm horse BoxLackarn Cottage Farm HorseboxWhere Is It: Banbridge, Co. DownHow Much: From £80 for 2 peopleWhy stay here: This unique converted horse truck is, refurbished using reclaimed materials, is the perfect off-grid escape. Hidden away on the corner of the hosts’ off-grid smallholding in the Co. Down the countryside, the box enjoys impressive views from its decked seating area equipped with a chiminea to keep you warm. Squeezing a lot into a relatively small space, there’s a well-equipped kitchen with a dining area, lobby, shower room and a wood-burning stove.Carrick Little Glamping PodsWhere Is It: Annalong, Co. DownHow Much: From £73 for 4 peopleWhy stay here: With stunning views of the Mourne Mountains that can be enjoyed from your large private patio area, Carrick Little Glamping pods are great based on relaxing in natures wonder. The views are especially significant on a summers day. Inside, each pod comes complete with practically everything you could need for a great stay in the Kingdom of Mourne.Glamping Sites In FermanaghLough Erne Glamping PodWhere Is It: Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh How Much: From £275 for 2 peopleWhy stay here: This Lakeside Glamping cabins comes boasting stunning lake views of upper Lough Erne. The accommodation is set in a garden, a patio and BBQ area, and only a mile from Enniskillen Castle. This camping pods is an ideal place to engage in hiking, cycling, kayaking and fishing especially in the summer months.There is a decking, a dining area and a kitchenette complete with a microwave, a fridge and a toaster.Ross Harbour Lakeside LodgesRossharbour Lakeside LodgesWhere Is It: Leggs, Co. FermanaghHow Much: From £199 for 2 adults and 2 childrenWhy stay here: Looking for a Lakeside glamping cabins in Northern Ireland with unbelievable views? Then, Rossharbour resort Lakeside Glamping Cabins  is the place to look. Set on the shore of upper Lough Erne, there will be no complaints about waking up in the morning to the views over upper Lough Erne and County Fermanagh! There will be few better places to admire the lake views of upper lough Erne than from the comfort of your private jacuzzi than Rossharbour Resort? Or, if heavens forbid it’s a wet day, you can enjoy the views from the lakeside Glamping cabins or communal sauna? If it is a romantic stay, we suggest upgrading to a private Finnish bath experience with prosecco and robes.Finn Lough Bubble DomeFinn Lough Bubble DomesWhere Is It: Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh How Much: From £275 for 2 peopleWhy stay here: With a 180° transparent roof and walls, you can fully immerse yourself in the stunning beauty of your surroundings in one of Finn Lough’s bubble domes. Hidden away in its own private forest, each dome is minimalistic, sleek but all feel surprisingly spacious – and there’s even some with roll-top baths. With an in-bubble telescope, your dome is the perfect spot to try stargazing once night falls. After a night of staring at the stars, you can retire to your handcrafted king-size four-poster bed and rise to a coffee with your own machine before enjoying your complimentary sunrise breakfast. Delicious![IMAGE]Blaney Shepherds HutsWhere is It: Enniskillen, Co FermanaghHow Much: From £65 for 2 peopleWhy stay here:  Blaney Shepherds Huts come complete with everything you need to get away eating area, heating, TV, kitchenette and shower/toilet area; these huts are very well-equipped. And with local produce awaiting your arrival, you’ll feel at home straight away.Glamping Sites In TyroneSorell Hillside Tiny House Where Is It: Ballygawley, Co. TyroneHow Much: From £120 for 4 peopleWhy stay here:  Nestled on a peaceful hillside looking out over country fields, Sorrell Hillside Tiny House is positioned perfectly to admire some of Northern Ireland’s finest inland sunsets. Sorrell Hillside is one of the best places to go glamping in Northern Ireland with a family, with a 3-acre field to play in your kids will love. If the weather’s not playing ball, you can always cosy up by the wood-burning stoves and enjoy the vistas from the private decking overlooking the County Tyrone countryside.Sperrinview PodsWhere Is It: Cookstown, Co. TyroneHow Much: From £100 for 5 peopleWhy stay here: Nestled in the foothills of the Sperrin Mountains, only a stone’s throw from Bronze Age Beaghmore Stone Circles and a short walk from the hidden gem that is Davagh Forest, this is one for those who love to get outdoors while going glamping Northern Ireland. Outdoors, nature is at its finest, and Sperrinview is also set within a Dark Sky zone, so you can gaze up at the Milkyway from your bed through your own viewing window.[IMAGE]Georgetown Glamping ChaletsWhere Is It: Moygashel, Co. TyroneHow Much: From £140 for 8 peopleWhy stay here: Hand-built to the highest specifications, this large rustic shepherds hut forms the luxurious glamping spot. With its own Self-contained Kitchen, Dining area, wood-burning stove and kids area upstairs, the owners have managed to pack loads into a small space! The glamping site sits next to a five-acre stocked fly fishing lake, which is picturesque, so there’s plenty to explore outdoors too.[IMAGE]Todds Leap Snooze BoxesWhere Is It: Ballygawley, Co. TyroneHow Much: £50 PPS (boxes sleep up to 5 people)Why stay here: Todds Leap is an adrenaline junkie’s paradise; the colourful snooze boxes will provide an unforgettable holiday. You’ll find several outdoor activities from clay pigeon shooting to zip wires, blindfold driving (yep, that’s a thing!) and archery. The question will be what to do first!

About the author - Colin M

I've been camping since Santa brought my first tent when I was a wee boy in Scotland. Since then, I've camped out, stayed in motorhomes and Glamped worldwide. By day I sit in front of a computer, and by day off, Im typically found (lost) in the outdoors.