Description of Glamping Units
The caravans have daytime seating for four to six people and night-time sleeping accommodation for four in two double-beds, or in one double bed and bunk beds (one over the other). The glamping site offers extra bedding and an extra bunk to allow two adults and three children to occupy a caravan at no extra charge.
There is a small kitchen area with a twin-burner butane gas cooker with grill. Cooking pots, a frying pan, a kettle, a teapot, a water container, crockery, and cutlery are all included in the caravan. There is hanging space for full-length clothes, as well as four shelves for storage. The glamping site provides duvets or sleeping bags and pillows, as well as the appropriate bed linens. Towels, however, are not provided. There are no toilets in the caravans. Read More
- Linens provided
- Sofa bed/Futon
These caravans are open from April 30 to September 30. Check-in is at 4 p.m., and check-out is at 11 a.m. If guests need to make a special request for a check-in or check-out time, the hosts will do their best to accommodate their needs.
There is a refundable damage protection deposit of $109.57 per caravan. Read More
Location + Surroundings
Cronybyrne is a 100-acre/40-hectare farm just north of Rathdrum, at Garryduff Crossroads and quite close to Glendalough. The Mill River runs from one end of the farm to the other, and the land adjoins a wildlife sanctuary forest that stretches from Rathdrum to Laragh. There are wonderful walks and excellent fishing along the Avonmore River in the forest. The new tourism base is located in a secluded valley renowned for its scenic beauty.
The site can offer a variety of different routes taking in the fishing port of Arklow, quiet local villages, the glacial valley of Glenmalure, the lower reaches of the Wicklow Mountains and the Monastic City of Glendalough founded in the 6th Century by St. Kevin. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 15 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
- Bird watching
- Horseback riding
Activities available in this stunning part of Ireland include horseback riding, cycling, fishing, walking, hiking, kayaking, surfing, bird watching, swimming, sightseeing, golf, and enjoying traditional Irish music in local pubs.