Ireland Glamping Pods & Shepherd’s Huts With Hot Tubs

With its unique habitats and rich wildlife, Ireland is the perfect hot tub break for glampers. There are plenty of rugged coastlines to discover and explore. Meanwhile, the towns and cities have lots of historical sites and ancient ruins to visit. If you’re feeling adventurous, the island also has many national parks and reserves where you can test out your bravery. And don’t forget to make your glamping break even better by staying in one of the region’s luxurious lodges and homes. Check out this amazing collection of self-catering hot tub breaks in Ireland today!

Best Glamping Pods & Shepherd’s Huts With Hot Tubs in Ireland

Ireland has many self-catering glamping pods and shepherd huts to choose from. All properties are fully equipped and designed to fit modern tastes. If you’re planning a romantic glamping break, these studio lodges and cabins provide the perfect home for two. Some homes are also pet-friendly with spacious gardens and extra amenities. Choose your next glamping base with these private log cabins and cottages to rent in Ireland!

  • The Wheelhouse Pod No. 4
    The Wheelhouse Pod No. 4
    Burtonport, County Donegal
    Sleeps 3 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Studio glamping retreat in County Donegal. Comes with furnished kitchen, picnic area, and gravelled patio. Boasts idyllic lake scenery.

  • The Wheelhouse Pod No. 2
    The Wheelhouse Pod No. 2
    Burtonport, County Donegal
    Sleeps 3 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Studio glamping pod with contemporary design. Includes private hot tub for couples. Overlooking lake and countryside in Burtonport.

  • Premium Eco CabinDog Friendly
    Premium Eco Cabin
    Kinvara, Galway
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Modern eco-cabin set in remote countryside. Elegant furnishings fit for couples or small groups. Perfect getaway for outdoor cooking and stargazing.

  • Templetown Shepherd's HutDog Friendly
    Templetown Shepherd’s Hut
    Templetown, Louth
    Sleeps 3 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Renovated shepherd’s hut situated in tranquil setting. Gravelled garden perfect for al fresco dining. Well-behaved dogs are more than welcome.

  • The Hidden Haven
    The Hidden Haven
    Bantry, Cork
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Luxury lodge with open-plan living and kitchen. Exclusive lake access and panoramic country views. Located on mountain farm in the heart of West Cork.

  • Ceide Glamping
    Ceide Glamping
    Co Mayo
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Luxury lodge with furnished kitchenette and deck. Includes double sofa bed for small group holidays. Features beautiful views of Downpatrick Head Ballycastle Co Mayo.

  • Treehouse Dome
    Treehouse Dome
    Clifden, Galway
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Unique holiday home located on 140-acre estate. Boasts private sauna, deck area, and underfloor heating. Surrounded by quiet woodlands.

  • Doolin Shepherd's Hut
    Doolin Shepherd’s Hut
    Doolin, Clare
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Shepherd’s hut with charming interiors. Includes breakfast bar, kitchenette, and ensuite bathroom. Private hot tub and deck for glampers.

  • Comeragh Mountains Glamping Pods
    Comeragh Mountains Glamping Pods
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Glamping pod with luxurious furniture. Guest access to hot tub and sauna. Perfect for cosy campfires, outdoor activities, and nature walks.


Things To Do Glamping In Ireland

When glamping in Ireland, you’ll never run out of fun and exciting things to do. The country’s diverse landscapes act as a playground for holidaymakers and extreme adventurers. Its richness also extends to its wildlife, providing several spots for avid birdwatchers and enthusiasts. So, whether you’re planning a weekend break or a summer getaway, you’ll find the best rural retreat within its counties. Here are some of the coolest places in Ireland to make your glamping trip even more memorable:

Enjoy the stunning sights from the Cliffs of Moher.

The Cliffs of Moher is perhaps the most famous cliffs in Ireland and is definitely a must-visit on your glamping list. Inspiring artists and scientists alike, this natural attraction is famous for its rugged cliffsides and endless coastal views. Glampers can trace its edges through marked trails spanning almost nine miles. Once you’re finished enjoying the sights, you can spend your break in an onsite cafe or one of the place’s many shops. The cliffs are open almost all year round, but make sure to time your visit appropriately so that you get the best weather!

Drive along the coastline of the Dingle Peninsula.

Located on the southwestern tip of Ireland, the Dingle Peninsula is a semi-remote paradise for glampers. Its region is filled with sprawling grasslands, dramatic rock formations, and beautiful coastal views. Many guests travel all the way from the capital just to see its breathtaking vistas through its scenic drive. When you visit, don’t forget to follow the local roads which will take you along the coastline. There are also plenty of port towns and beaches that you can stop by!

Hike the hilly path towards the ancient Rock of Cashel.

The Rock of Cashel is the perfect location for glampers looking for a little bit of history. The ancient structure sits atop a limestone hill against the Irish countryside. It’s also considered one of the country’s most historical sights. According to experts, the Rock of Cashel is where St. Patrick converted King Aenghus to Christianity. Glampers are welcome to follow the hilly path leading up to the castle and explore its majestic ruins. There are also tours that you can book if you want a more extensive visit to the castle!

Take the scenic route through the Ring of Kerry.

If you’re looking for a laidback adventure, why not go for a drive around the Ring of Kerry? Described to be the most scenic drive in Ireland, the route takes a full day and takes you around the best spots in the country. Some of its most notable sights include the iconic Skellig Michael and the woodlands of Killarney National Park. You’ll also pass through Ireland’s cosy towns such as Waterville, Beaufort and Killarney. It’s important to keep in mind though that the route is busy during the peak season, so plan your visit accordingly!

Go on an extreme adventure to Skellig Michael.

Skellig Michael is an island monastery off the coast of Ireland. While famous for its unique landscape and history, it’s better known worldwide as one of the filming locations for the franchise, Star Wars. When visiting, glampers must book an hour-long boat ride through the Atlantic Ocean before landing on the island’s shores. You will be then free to explore stone huts and steep paths. Remember that Skelling Michael only accepts several visits throughout the year so you’ll have to book your trip months in advance.

Explore the region through the Wild Atlantic Way.

One of the ways to make the most out of your glamping trip is to take the Wild Atlantic Way. Spanning over 1,600 miles of roads, this circular route will take at least a month to cover. Although the time is lengthy, the journey is definitely worth it. You’ll pass through many of Ireland’s famous attractions such as the Cliffs of Moher, the Ring of Kerry, and even the Dingle Peninsula. While the drive is not for beginner glampers, it’s undeniably the perfect way to get to know the Irish country.

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