We stayed at Purecamping for a week in August and really enjoyed ourselves. The campsite is very natural and beautiful, facilities are clean and more than adequte, and we totally support the eco philosophy. For us seasoned British campers, the kitchen was a novelty and very much appreciated. The dome was also a great (and dry) option for younger children. We would definitely go again. One small downside for us: the site is geared towards camping, or 'glamping' in the bell tents. There are only a couple of hard standing areas for camper vans, as no vehicles are permitted on the grass. Would be really good if there had been a small shop selling a few staples: bread, milk etc. and we could have had a bit more choice re where we parked our camper.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- At Purecamping, experience nature, and renew your energy. We offer a step back in time camping experience. The site, with its 10-acre native woodland, is south-facing on the Shannon Estuary. Luxury furnished bell tents, complete with stoves. Standard pitches in the main field, or for the more adventurous, in the woods. Eco-technology: solar panels/wood boiler, rainwater harvesting, well water, and reedbed Standard and compost toilets. Campfires allowed. Recycling and composting facilities. ... more less
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