Wicklow is one of my favourite places in all of Ireland, with it just being a short drive from Dublin it truly is the perfect spot to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. If you are looking to really emerge yourself in nature and spend a few days in the Garden of Ireland then look no further as I have created this guide of 19+ incredible places to go Glamping in Wicklow.
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1. River Valley Holiday Park
Ever dreamed of staying in a treehouse? Well, in this Wicklow Glamping spot, you can!
The River Valley Park over a range of glamping options, from Treehouses, Kukoo Huts, Micro Lodges and Maxi Lodges.
The River Valley Park is the location for those looking to get lost in the stunning Wicklow countryside. There are plenty of nearby amenities, such as horse riding, golf courses, and scenic walks.
The treehouses can take up to four guests and are equipped with a kitchenette, a seating area, and an outdoor decking area. Perfect for a relaxing stay!
The price per stay can vary depending on the time and duration of your stay but have a starting rate of just €140 per night. Check out more pictures and prices here.
2. Hilltop Treehouse
Looking for a unique stay while visiting Wicklow? Then look no further than. the Hilltop Tree House. This unusual accommodation offers a camping-style environment with stunning views. Elevated 12 feet above the ground, this tree house is designed for two people sharing and is powered by off-grid solar power, making it perfect for those who want to enjoy luxury while also being close to nature.
With outdoor cooking facilities and a bathroom with limited hot water, this tree house offers a unique experience for those who want to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Additionally, the property is surrounded by natural deciduous woodland and is connected to Baltinglass Hill and The Pinnacle, making it a great place for walkers to explore the Wicklow Mountains.
Finally, there is a farm on site which has a variety of animals, including cows, hens, a pony, and a donkey, making it perfect for families with children who love animals.
3. Clissmann Horse Caravans Glamping
If you’re looking for a unique and unforgettable experience, I might just have the perfect place for you!
Clissmann Horse Caravans Glamping is tucked away in the Wicklow Mountains, surrounded by picturesque countryside with awe-inspiring views.
It is the perfect Glamping spot for those looking to take part in some iconic Wicklow hikes, such as the Spinc trail in Glendalough.
The caravans can accommodate up to four people which makes them the perfect rental for families or groups of friends. And when it comes to amenities, you won’t be disappointed. Each caravan comes equipped with comfortable beds, a kitchenette, and a private outdoor seating area.
Rates start from €100 per night, which is rather affordable compared to other glamping options in Wicklow.
4. Mongolian Yurt
If you’re looking for a unique and cosy getaway in the heart of nature, the traditional Mongolian Yurt on Airbnb in Wicklow is a perfect choice.
The yurt was traditionally produced in Mongolia and is warm, bright, and inviting. It can sleep up to four people, making it perfect for families or small groups. The location is fantastic, with easy access to the Wicklow National Park, beautiful gardens and hiking trails.
The yurt comes equipped with a wood-burning stove, electricity, a well-equipped kitchen, and a bathroom with a hot power shower solely for guest use.
Rates start at just €78 per night, making it an affordable option for those looking to experience glamping in Wicklow without breaking the bank.
5. The Cabin
If you are looking for somewhere in Wicklow to stay with a rustic feel then look no further than the Cabin. As the name suggests, it is the perfect hideout for those looking to escape into the Wicklow Mountains. It comes with a cosy bed, a fully equipped kitchen, and a spacious bathroom.
And the best part is, even though it is located less than an hour from Dublin, you will still feel like you’ve escaped to a simpler, slower way of living as you soak in the surrounding ambience.
The Cabin is not too far from the iconic Glendalough, perfect for those wanting to spend a day hiking and exploring the local area.
6. Glamping Caravan, “BLUEBELL”
Escape the hustle and bustle of modern life with a unique romantic stay in our Glamping Caravan, “BLUEBELL”.
Located on a charming family farm with friendly horses and donkeys, and breathtaking views of the Wicklow Mountains. The colourful caravan is the perfect getaway for couples or families as it sleeps 4.
Although it is small in size, it is well-equipped with all the essentials for cooking, dining, and sleeping, including a gas cooker, cutlery, crockery, and gas lighting.
Guests also have access to shared shower and toilet facilities, a picnic table, and a campfire area. Perfect for some smores and a sing-along.
It is the perfect spot for a digital detox, as there is no electricity supply in the caravan. It is, however, possible to charge your phone and camera in the farmyard. Be sure to pack a torch and sturdy footwear for exploring the farm.
7. Tipi Camping @ ‘Tipi Adventure’
If you’re looking for a unique and peaceful escape in nature, then check out Tipi Camping at our beautiful wilderness site ‘Tipi Adventure’ near Laragh, Co. Wicklow.
This privately owned woodland offers an uninterrupted nature experience away from the hustle and bustle of our busy world. The area’s natural beauty is striking, and you’ll immediately feel a sense of peace as soon as you step foot on the grounds.
The only sounds you’ll hear are the birds singing in the trees and the river that borders the site. It’s the perfect opportunity to take a break from your busy life and immerse yourself in a real rustic experience.
The Tipis are spacious and ideal for six people, with pallet beds and sleeping mats provided, along with interior lighting. Just bring your own sleeping bag and pillow, and you’re all set for a fantastic adventure in the great outdoors!
8. Luxury Dome for Boutique Glamping in Wicklow
If you are looking for a romantic night away with your partner in Wicklow then take a look at the magical Glamping Dome.
The location is absolutely stunning, surrounded by rolling hillsides, lush green fields, and forests – it’s the perfect place to escape to nature without having to go too far away from Dublin.
The dome itself is beautifully decorated with a mix of modern and locally sourced materials, with luxurious Foxford linens and plush towels.
It has an outdoor deck, the perfect spot to relax and take in the breathtaking mountain views.
There’s also a fully equipped kitchen and shower, which is built into the woodland to stay immersed in nature. It’s the perfect spot for a romantic getaway or an overnight stay while hiking the Wicklow Way.
9. Old Forge Glamping Wicklow
Another unique Glamping Wicklow stay is the Old Forge Glamping in Ireland. Located in a stunning rural setting with breathtaking views, this glamping site offers a range of luxurious accommodations, from cosy bell tents to spacious lodges, all with comfortable beds and private bathrooms.
You’ll love the on-site amenities too, like the hot tub and sauna, perfect for unwinding after a day of exploring the beautiful countryside.
And here’s the best part – The Old Forge is committed to sustainability, using eco-friendly materials and practices wherever possible.
So not only will you have a wonderful and rejuvenating experience, but you’ll also be doing your part to help protect the environment. Trust me, you won’t regret staying at The Old Forge Glamping.
10. Tuckmill Treehouse
If you’re in need of a peaceful and secluded escape, check out this stunning treehouse in Baltinglass, Wicklow. The property is perfect for those who want to disconnect from the world, with no TV, no wifi, and no human interaction.
But don’t worry, you won’t miss any of the modern luxuries. The treehouse is equipped with a bathroom, complete with a walk-in shower and flushing toilet, and a gas fire to keep you cosy. The open-plan living and dining area leads to a balcony mezzanine with a double bed, and French doors open onto a large deck with outdoor furniture and a barbecue for cooking meals while enjoying the gorgeous views.
And if you’re a nature lover, you’ll be in heaven with the farm animals, woodland walks, and nearby archaeological sites. They also have Alpacas onsite 😉
11. Garden County Glamping
If you LOVE to camp but want a tiny bit of a ‘glam’ camping trip then the Garden County Glamping may be the spot for you! The luxury tent is set amidst a beautiful garden and has onsite parking, towels, and bed linen included. So, basically, all the hard work that comes with camping is already done for you!
On clear days, you can enjoy the outdoor fireplace or simply relax in the tranquil surroundings. And for those who want to venture out, the National Garden Exhibition Centre is just a short drive away.
It’s highly rated by couples with a score of 9.9 on bookings.com. Plus, the property is committed to sustainability, so you can feel good knowing that your stay is eco-friendly.
12. Glendalough Glamping
Glendalough is one of the most beautiful places to go for a walk in Wicklow. Home to stunning valleys, a historic monastery and wonderful trails. If you looking to go glamping in the area then the Glendalough Glamping is the perfect spot for you!
It is only open to adults so it is the perfect getaway for couples or small groups of friends. The campground offers stunning mountain views. The units are equipped with outdoor furniture and modern amenities such as a dishwasher, oven, and toaster. Bed linen and towels are also provided, ensuring a comfortable and hassle-free stay.
On hot summer days, you can enjoy the barbecue facilities, or simply relax in the garden or picnic area after your hiking adventures.
13. An Capall The HorseBox Glamping
If you are looking for another incredible glamping spot near Glendalough then look no further than An Capall (The Horsebox in Irish). The location makes it the perfect spot to stay for those looking to hike in Wicklow National Park and it includes amazing views of Glenmacnass Valley.
There is private access to a river beach, firepit, and BBQ. The vintage Wooden Bedford Horse Lorry has been beautifully converted to provide luxurious accommodation for guests with a king-sized bed and single bunk.
The restoration of An Capall is a labour of love, with original and vintage furnishings creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. The shower room is fully equipped, and there is a wood-burning stove and electric cooker for cooking.
Mobile coverage is limited in the area but guests have access to Wi-Fi. There is also a range of Restaurants, pubs, and coffee shops in the nearby village of Laragh.
14. Hidden Valley Holiday Park
Hidden Valley Resort offers a great location for those looking to spend time in the Irish countryside and explore the surrounding areas of Wicklow. It has a great range of things to do for families to enjoy such as adventure mini-golf and boating.
They have 4 lodges onsite, some of which can sleep up to 6 people. It is the perfect alternative to camping. Although there’s no kitchen in the lodge, there is a toilet and sink in the Ensuite Loft House, and showers, toilets, and laundry facilities are just a few feet away.
Hidden Valley Resort is a family-run park, and it’s important to note that they do not cater to adult or teen groups, hens/stags, or those who are looking to stay up late past their strict family curfew.
15. Woodland Hideaway
If you’re looking for a peaceful and secluded getaway, Woodland Hideaway in West Wicklow is the perfect retreat. It is surrounded by lush greenery that overlooks a picturesque pond where you can spot a variety of wildlife such as ducks, squirrels, and deer.
In the summer months, guests can relax on the patio after a long day of hiking. Or, enjoy a peaceful dip in the hot tub. It is perfect for couples seeking a romantic getaway or for those who love hiking and exploring the outdoors.
The Cabin is less than an hour’s drive from Dublin, making it the perfect place to spend the weekend. It is cosy and well-insulated. It is also pet friendly meaning you can bring your furry friends along on your trip!
16. Woodland Retreat
If you are looking to book somewhere with rustic chalet vibes then this Woodland Retreat may just be the perfect spot for you! The cabin is surrounded by beautiful woodland and situated at the foot of Carrig mountain, offering great hiking opportunities. It comes with a fully equipped kitchen, a modern bathroom, and full-sized bed.
But the best part about this Glamping spot is the Jacuzzi on the lower deck, where you can soak in the bubbles and take in the stunning scenery. It is only 10 minutes away from Brittas Bay (one of my fav beaches in Wicklow).
17. Green Glen Cabin
The Green Glen cabin is the perfect place for anyone looking for a peaceful stay in Wicklow’s countryside. The cosy cabin is surrounded by lush forests and stunning views.
One of the truly unique features of the cabins is their super large windows that allow you to take in the beautiful scenery during the day and admire the starry sky at night!
There is also a wood-burning stove that will keep you warm and toasty. This cabin is truly one-of-a-kind, and it boasts 2 full-sized double beds, perfect for couples or a group of friends. While you are there you can easily explore the nearby Glendalough, Avondale Forest Park and/or Sally Gaps.
After a long day of exploring, you can come back to the cabin and relax with soft lighting, candles, reading materials, and a warm fire.
18. Celtic Cottage
The Celtic Cottage is located on the hills of the Wicklow/Wexford border making it the perfect spot to stay if you are looking to explore nature opportunities in both counties.
This unique cabin is a great option for a relaxing getaway, complete with a private hot tub, mini bar, smart TV, and Wi-Fi.
You can dine al fresco on the private decking or kick back in the cosy open-plan space after a day exploring Ireland’s ancient east. The cottage comes equipped with a compact kitchenette, a large deck with a hot tub and BBQ, and sleeping accommodations for up to four guests.
It is the ultimate getaway after a hard week of working!
19. Aughavannagh Yurt Glamping
Escape to nature and recharge at the Yurt, a serene and remote getaway located in the stunning surroundings of hills and forests in the Wicklow Mountains. With direct access to the Wicklow Way and the forest track leading to Lugnaquilla, the highest mountain in the area, this location is ideal for nature lovers and hikers.
The 7m diameter yurt is well insulated and includes a double bed, table and chairs, pellet stove, and large double-glazed windows with plenty of natural light.
Guests can enjoy an outdoor fridge, BBQ, fire pit, and breakfast tray delivered straight to the yurt. Fresh towels and linen are provided and parking is available nearby.
20. Shepherds Hut
Escape to nature and indulge in the breathtaking views of Redcross valley and Brittas Bay at this off-grid hut located on our organic farm.
Experience the magic of the uninterrupted sky and the thrill of the kites nesting nearby.
Wake up to the stunning dawn breaking over your deck and enjoy the serene surroundings. The hut is equipped with a stove, gas shower, fridge, and hob to cook on.
It is the perfect getaway for those wanting to go hiking or enjoy a swim on the beach!
21. Cosy Secluded Cabin
This cabin offers beautiful views of rolling hills and open skies through antique windows, providing the feeling of being in nature while still having a solid roof over your head. The covered verandah has a basic camp kitchenette for cooking, and there’s a comfortable double bed inside.
The cabin is powered by solar energy and has a private wc/shower room just a 30-meter stroll through the garden. The surrounding area offers beautiful walks in Avondale, as well as river and sea kayaking, trail biking, hiking, and rock climbing in the Wicklow Mountains.
Don’t forget to stock up on food in Rathdrum, where you’ll find great quality restaurants nearby. It’s the perfect place to relax and unwind, while still being close enough to explore the surrounding areas.