Nire Valley Eco Camp provides comfortable indoor accommodation in an outdoor setting. Our unique cabin design was two years in the making, and was created to suit the site here and take advantage of the panoramic views. It has a private deck, an outdoor kitchenette and a private shower room, with a flushing toilet.

The design and location enable us to create an experience of camping, especially during the day, with the benefit of a comfortable, weather proof bedroom that extends the camping season throughout the year.

But it is camping; there are no TVs, no minibar or trouser press, no wifi and you should be prepared for Irish weather. You will have to walk from the car park to your cabin which can be up to 200m away. That being said, when the weather is fine, which is most of the time, there are few places more beautiful, and when it isn’t you can relax by the picture window of your cabin and imagine you are in the great outdoors.

Here we briefly outline the guest experience with regard to:



What to bring.

What is provided

Power supply


What our guests say about us

Breakfast was fantastic, coffee, eggs, berries plus homemade bread, granola, yogurt and preserves delivered in a basket each morning. The seclusion and surroundings were beautiful. The hosts were so friendly and helpful. Our 6 year old loved being up in her mezzanine bedroom and spotting deer from the window. We saw bats, rabbits and an owl from our deck. Magic!

Fiona, 20th August 2020

Stunning location, amazing to have that much space to ourselves. Outdoor kitchen was ideal and breakfast was delicious! Kids loved it!

Maria, 15th August 2020

Remote location with stunning views. Breakfast was delicious. Great hosts including Milo the dog. Great example of what Glamping can be with a little imagination.

Paul, 9th August 2020

The breakfast was superb. It was prepared and carried to us in a picnic basket by our very kind hosts. The granola was homemade, the bread was freshly baked and the eggs were delicious. All accompanied by gorgeous coffee. The view from our hut/glamping wooden structure was divine. We could see the Knoclmealdowns and the Comeraghs and the peace and stillness of the place was balm for the soul. Would recommend this experience.

Joan, 26th July 2020