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Glens Glamping

45 Kilnadore Road, Cushendall, Antrim, BT44 0SG
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A warm welcome awaits you at Glens Glamping bespoke glamping pods in the Heart of the Glens of Antrim.
Situated at the base of Lurigethan Mountain, Glens Glamping is two beautifully constructed pods complete with private patio areas for relaxing and enjoying the breathtaking scenery sweeping down to the sea. Located in Glenballyeamon, one of the nine Glens of Antrim – a must-see Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the pods opened for business in June 2021 and are proving popular with families and couples alike.
Each lodge has an open plan living area with a kitchenette (microwave, fridge/ freezer, kettle, toaster), en-suite bathroom with shower, toilet, and wash hand basin. There is always instant hot water from the heating system. The garden is fenced in and gated which makes it perfect for families to enjoy. A further outdoor seating area is available also.
Glens Glamping is a 10-minute walk to the picturesque village of Cushendall (with cafes, restaurants, and pubs for dining), the beach, golf course, play parks, and cliff path trail which boasts spectacular views of the Scottish west coast on a clear day.
There’s lots to see and do along the majestic north Antrim coastline – particularly for Game of Thrones fans with Cushendun Caves (10-minute drive), Fair Head (20 mins), the Dark Hedges (30 mins) and Ballintoy Harbour (30 mins), and more waiting for you to discover.
Other highlights include Glenariff Forest Park & Waterfalls (10 mins) The Hidden Village of Galboly (15mins), Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge (30mins), The Giants Causeway (50mins), and The Gobbins coastal path (50mins).
Glens Glamping is also surrounded by various mountain peaks with a variety of hiking choices for all different abilities or if it’s watersports you’re after, there’s plenty of choice along the coastline from S.U.P to kayaking to surfing.
The Causeway Coast and Glens is renowned for its spectacular scenery, rich culture and myths and legends, the perfect staycation awaits you!


Leisure Facilities

  • Wifi

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

Room / Unit Features

  • Ground floor bedrooms available
  • Hairdryer Available
  • Tea & coffee making facilities
  • TV In Bedrooms

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