Description of Glamping Units
The luxury tipi at this glamping property is a modern take on the traditional tipi, and it was handcrafted on-site with locally sourced woods. What makes this tipi different is that while it maintains the typical conical form of a normal tipi, it has its own unique, wooden door. This secluded rental is the perfect accommodation for couples or a small family with one child.
Inside the tipi, there is a queen-size bed and a twin bed. Tucked behind trees and handmade dividers, the tipi provides the ultimate in privacy for its guests and even includes its own separate outdoor seating area, featuring log furniture. In addition, it is located very near the children's play area for those glamping with a little one.
There is a shared kitchen and shared bathroom facilities for all glampers to use. The secluded bathroom facilities include showers and eco-friendly, dry composting toilets. Next to the kitchen is the large barbecue and the children's play area, which includes plenty of outdoor seating. Read More
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Non smoking
- Queen bed
This glamping property has its own apple orchard, from which they produce cider. Guests are not allowed to pick the apples in the orchard, as they are not for eating, as well as it can affect the crop.
In addition, there is a shared kitchen and shared bathroom facilities for all glampers to use. The secluded bathroom facilities include showers and eco-friendly, dry composting toilets. Next to the kitchen is the large barbecue and the children's play area, which includes plenty of outdoor seating.
- Shared kitchen
Check-in is after 2 p.m., and check-out must be at or before 12 p.m.
This is a pet-friendly glamping site. Please notify the hosts in advance if bringing a pet along. Guests will be held responsible for any damage caused by their pets and must always clean up after the animal, both inside and out.
Smoking is only allowed in the designated areas. There is a strict no smoking policy inside the accommodations and the shared kitchen. Read More
Location + Surroundings
This glamping property is located in a small community called Corry and near the village of Drumkeeran, found at the northernmost tip of Lough Allen, a large, local lake. Glampers will love the easy access to lake activities, as well as the proximity to Corry Mountain. Known as Seltannasaggart in Gaelic, this mountain forms part of the Arigna Mountains, and Lough Allen falls between the aforementioned mountain range and the Iron Mountains, also known as Sliabh an Iarainn in Gaelic.
Glampers will love Drumkeeran's charming village culture and the River Shannon, which flows right through the middle of the community. Plan a picnic at what the locals call "The Island," a stunning spot that has a path, benches, and a large grassy area to enjoy the surrounding natural beauty. In summer, guests will get the special treat of live traditional music and annual events when visiting Drumkeeran, too. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 7 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a full refund.
- If the guest cancels within 7 days of check in: The guest will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay.
- Bird watching
Bird and butterfly watching around the garden are a favorite pastime at this glamping property. Be sure to look out for the Chaffinch, Blue and Great Tit, Coal Tit, Song Thrush, Swallow, Pied Wagtail, Wren and Robin, as far as birds go, and the Tortoiseshell, the Small White, the Small Heath, and the dark Green Fritillary, in terms of butterflies.
Off the orchard, guests will find themselves kayaking, canoeing, and taking mountain and road bikes out for a spin. The glamping site has kayaks, Canadian canoes, life jackets, mountain and road bikes, helmets, and reflective jackets for children that are all available for use.
In addition, the local beach, Corry Strand, is a great place to spend some quality time together and is accessible by kayak, canoe, sail boat, car, or on foot from the orchard. Other nearby cultural attractions include the Drumkeeran Heritage Centre, the Holy Wells in Ballinaglera, the Shannon Pot and the Cuilcagh Mountains, and the Cavan Burren.
The hosts are more than happy to provide glampers with information on what to do and see in the area, as well as where to go for a lovely walk or bike ride.