We stayed here for the first night of our Ireland road trip and it was a great way to kick things off.
Booking over the website was easy and when we got there the farm staff were very welcoming and gave us a tour of the campsite, along with a big bottle of their homemade apple juice (delicious!) We also bought strawberries, lemonade and cider from their on-site farm shop and everything was tasty and fresh.
The campsite itself is in a pretty spot, surrounded by orchards and farm buildings which means you are protected from the wind pretty much wherever you pitch a tent. Electric hook up and drinking water is on every pitch free of charge, and the toilets/kitchen is never more than a 2 minute walk away. The facilities within the kitchen are extremely basic so it's advisable to bring your own cooking equipment if you are after a proper meal, but for $16 you really can't complain. It's an eco-friendly site so there are a bunch of recycling bins to use which I personally really liked.
We saw loads of rabbits and there are 2 resident donkeys, and if you have kids there's a playground for them to use too (and an old piano, in case they/you are feeling musical!)
All in all, the place and people are lovely and if you are after a basic but well run camp site, look no further.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking