Glamping with hot tubs in Ireland

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If you plan an adventurous holiday in Ireland to discover all it offers, keep reading to find and book your next glamping holiday accommodation with luxurious facilities.

Ancients monuments, Titanic tales and breathtaking landscapes are waiting to be discovered on the North Atlantic Island.

Ireland is the place to get lost in nature, find a calm and relaxing spot and practice outdoor leisure activities, including hiking, cycling, fishing and various watersports.

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TOP 3 Glamping with Hot Tubs in Ireland

The Horsebox Tiny House Glamping

The Horsebox Tiny house Glamping is a glamping experience for two in Portlaoise‘s peaceful and quiet country setting.

Originally a horse trailer, it is now an eccentric tiny house with a cosy sofa to relax on while taking in the view, a double bed, a kitchenette and a modern en-suite.

Set in a private area with private access, the outdoor space includes a hot tub, a charcoal BBQ, outdoor seating and an outdoor stove to keep you warm. 

People that stayed here enjoyed plenty of outdoor activities, including cycling, countryside walks, mini golf and canoeing. 

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An Bothan Beag The Little Hut

You feel relaxed in this charming glamping hut set in tranquil woodland grounds in Skibbereen, South Ireland.

It is a tiny timber frame cabin which can accommodate two adults in a double bed. A corner of the hut is equipped with a small fridge and a kettle; on the other side, you have a retro games machine for those rainy days.

Separate from the hut, just across the garden, you can find the bathroom facilities, a hot tub and a sauna. Close to the cabin, you have a roofed training area, a BBQ area, and seating.

From here, you can easily reach the coast with stunning beaches like Trag Beach and Tralispeen Bay Beach.

Woodland Retreat

Boasting incredible countryside views, we found the Woodland Retreat in Wicklow.

Located in a private woodland, the chalet has one bedroom with a double bed, a large modern bathroom, and a fully equipped kitchen.

You have a lovely balcony with some furniture to relax outside, but if you want more, go down the stairs and soak in the hot tub overlooking the views.

In the next village of Ashford, you have Mount Usher Gardens. In Carrick mountain, there are many hiking and cycling trails.

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Stunning Pod

Next, we have a stunning glamping pod with a hot tub based on the Island of Inisnee in the heart of Connemara

Ideally for two people, the deluxe log cabin is in its private elevated site overlooking the historical Roundstone Village, and it’s furnished with a double bed, a sofa, a kitchen area, a dining table and a shower room with a toilet.

Outside, it has a patio and an enclosed gravel garden with a hot tub, a fire pit and a picnic table.

Beautiful beaches and breathtaking countryside surrounds the accommodation, offering great outdoor activities.

Goleen Harbour

Nestled in an unspoilt and historic site on the Wild Atlantic Way in  West Cork, this next glamping cabin offers stunning sea views from an organic farm.

Built with the environment in mind, the chalets and tents have all the comfort you might look for in your holiday, including cooking facilities, a seating area with a sofa, private bathrooms and a hot tub to relax in after a day exploring the natural reserve surrounding you.  

Bring your furry friend and take a walk at the beach, or try a walking tour.

With the beach a few minutes away, you have plenty of leisure activities available involving watersports, fishing and cycling.

Mayo Glamping

You’ll find this next unique glamping spot with hot tubs in Ireland, only five minutes from the National Museum of Country, in the rolling hills of the central Mayo countryside, in a magical and tranquil setting.

Inside the Hobbit house is a double bed, one day bed, and an outdoor kitchen area with firepits and bathroom facilities.

To make the most of the outdoors, try out the pizza oven and have alfresco dining in the covered seating area; after that, soak in the hot tub and relax in the sauna.

There are many walking routes in the area with fantastic scenery.

Thermal Spa Retreat

Located just 45 mins north of Dublin, a beautiful relaxing retreat in Inniskeen is one of Ireland’s most charming villages.

Situated in a secluded space, this retreat is the right place to try something new.

You can benefit from the natural hot and cold therapy with the Scandinavian wood-fired barrel sauna, a Canadian spa hot tub, a deep natural cold spring water plunge pool and an outdoor spring water cold shower.

The accommodation consists of one bedroom studio cabin with a separate toilet and shower and a kitchenette.

Lakeside Chalet

Settled in a tranquil woodland near Bailieborough Co Cavan, there is an excellent glamping chalet with a hot tub for the best relaxing holiday. 

It is a two bedrooms chalet comfortable sleeping up to five guests, with a fully equipped kitchen, a lounge area with a wood burner, and three bathrooms.

A large gazebo in the garden covers the hot tub; also available outdoors, you have a barbecue and some seating. 

A short distance from the chalet, there are plenty of cycling and walking trails to explore. 

There is also horse riding, bowling, hiking, canoeing, boat hire and fishing in the vicinities.

Unique One Bedroom

With unspoiled views watching the Comeragh and Slieve na Mon mountains across the valley, you are welcome to stay in this one-bedroom cabin.

The interior space is fitted with a kitchen,  a lounge area with a log burner, a dining area, a double bedroom and a modern bathroom.

At the front patio, there is a fire pit, an outside seating area and two steps down; you’ll find a lovely hot tub with direct views of the valley.

On-site, some bicycles are available to explore the local area, such as the South Leinster Walkway, Mount Juliet Estate and plenty more.

Rock Farm Slane

Sitting on the Slane Castle estate, Rock Farm is a glamping, ecotourism, activity centre and organic farm along the banks of the River Boyne, in the heart of the Boyne Valley.

In this luxurious glamping site, you can choose between yurt tents or shepherd huts to accommodate you during your stay.

Each unit has comfortable beds that can sleep up to six people.

On-site, there are hot showers, self-catering kitchen facilities, a lounge area with a large wood-burning stove, outdoor wood burning hot-tub, BBQ facilities, outdoor pizza oven, outdoor seating/eating area, and a large communal fire pit.

For some entertainment and outdoor, the site offers a tree swing, private river access for wild swimming and electric bike hire and tours.

Oakwell Holiday Village

On the outskirts of the beautiful heritage town of Ramelton, we have found this glamping accommodation with hot tubs for a holiday in the Irish countryside.

Originally a substantial farm, now a village of holiday rentals, including converted barns, bell tents, and shepherd huts with communal areas.

Guests can enjoy a garden, a shared lounge, a terrace and a shared kitchen for the tents and shepherd’s hut. The wellness area comprises a hot tub and a sauna at the camping. 

To entertain the young ones, a children’s playground is available on-site.

The Lough Swilly is a short walk away and worth a little stroll over the sandy Stoney beach.

Log Cabin

Here we have some glamping pods with hot tubs in Ireland for a weekend away in a tranquil location.

Each accommodation has a double bed, a futon bed, a kitchenette and a private shower room with a sink and toilet.

From the entrance door, you go out to a decked patio with some seating and your barbecue grill, and a picnic table to enjoy the outdoors.

On-site guests have access to a cosy hot tub and a sauna.

In this campsite, your furry friend is accepted, and an extra fee may be applicable.

Guests that stayed here enjoyed some activities in the surroundings, including horse riding, fishing and countryside walks.

The Snug at Glack House

We have encountered this charming chalet in the heart of Donegal on a wildlife reserve along the Wild Atlantic Way. 

Located on a small island off the coast of Donegal, you can enjoy a holiday in the peace of nature. 

Boasting incredible ocean views, the uniquely designed cottage includes a double bed, a lounge area with a sofa and a log burner, and a private front patio overlooking Lough Swilly.

Bathroom facilities are in the communal spaces, which comprehend a traditional Irish pub, a country kitchen, a large wood-burning fireplace and a hot tub. 

The area is frequently visited by birdwatcher lovers and is an excellent place for fishing and swimming.

Gate Lodge

Found in Miltown Malbay, close to Whitestrand Beach, the Gate Lodge is a glamping cottage with breathtaking sea views. 

This uniquely designed one-bedroom deluxe apartment includes a double bed, a sofa bed, an equipped kitchen, a charming living area with a log burner, and a luxurious and spacious bathroom.

On the outside is likewise a unique space with a rustic-looking hot tub, a log burner and a pizza oven with a seating area to enjoy. 

Plenty of sports are possible in the area; thanks to its closeness to the beach, watersports include canoeing and windsurfing.

Glasson Glamping Farm

In a secluded and peaceful family-run working farm, we identified this great glamping campsite at Tonagh House in Ireland.

Here you can choose between plenty of unique and alternative accommodations: converted double-decker buses, a converted wagon, a glamping pod, a shepherd’s hut or a converted horse lorry.

The glamping comprises high-standard communal facilities and area, including a fully equipped outdoor covered kitchen, one large family bathroom and individual showers, games shed/function room and outdoor living rooms with wood burners to keep you toastie.

Visitors can enjoy the waterpark, cycling, walking and hiking in the surrounding area.

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Castaway East

In Long Island, you can experience an authentic glamping experience among breathtaking nature, overlooking the Wild Atlantic Ocean.

With stunning views from your tent, you can relax and enjoy the peace. At the campsite, you have fresh well water, a breakfast basket, a picnic basket, wood burning hot hub, a charcoal BBQ, daily refreshments and a compost toilet.  

Thanks to the remote location, you have plenty of nature to explore undisturbed; you can try rock-pool bathing and campfires while star-gazing.

Father Ted Retro Caravan

Providing an alternative and cosy glamping accommodation, Father Ted Retro Caravan is in Drumaville on the North Coast of Ireland.

Boasting some incredible views, the retro caravan is completed with a kitchenette and an outdoor lounge area with a tub and bathroom facilities. On-site, guests have access to a hot tub, a barbecue, outdoor furniture, a fireplace and a picnic area.

In the area, there are activities for the whole family, from hiking and cycling to canoeing and snorkelling.

Bird Nest cabin

Bird Nest cabin is right on the sea, surrounded by nature, and only a short drive from the local village of Ballyferriter.

The tiny cabin inside has a double bed, a side table and a heater to keep the space warm all year round.

Outside, a small sink, a big table and bench space, and a BBQ area are available for your private use. 

In the communal area, called the ‘Galley’, there is a lounge and a kitchenette.

A hot shower is on the way down to our private beach.


  • Are there any pet-friendly glamping with hot tubs in Ireland?

    Yes, there are pet-friendly campsites in Ireland. You can check out the lists above for some options, but always contact the property owner for certainty. Keep in mind that your pet might be at an extra charge.

  • How can I have more information about glamping with hot tubs in Ireland?

    To have more information about the property and specific requests, you need to click on the More information tab and be directly connected to the accommodation booking page, where you can contact the property.

  • Can we park in Ireland's glamping with hot tub sites?

    Almost every glamping spot in Ireland offers free parking on-site for at least one vehicle per booking. However, it is always best to contact the property in advance to see the availability.

  • Can you have a barbecue in Ireland's glamping with hot tub campsites?

    Many glamping with hot tubs in Ireland include on-site BBQ facilities; most offer a private patio with your barbecue for alfresco dining. But we always recommend contacting the owner before booking to double-check.