Caravantasia has six vintage caravans from the 60s and 70s that have been renovated.


Caravantasia has six vintage caravans from the 60s and 70s that have been renovated into cosy places to stay. Each caravan has been restored to its original glory or has been updated in its own individual quirky style. The caravans sleep between two and four people.

Each caravan pitch has its own outside decking area with seating and umbrellas so you can enjoy a barbeque in the peaceful surroundings, with just the noise of the birds in the background.

Facilities include toilets, dressing rooms and hot showers. The Green House building is a unique wooden building on stilts that is used as the central meeting point on site and a venue for events.

Caravantasia's facilities include two toilets and a shower for females room and two toilets and a shower for men. These are shared facilities. The bathroom fittings are of a high standard and the hot water for the showers and washbasins is provided by solar power.

There is one shared utility room with a large sink and a fridge.

Each caravan is decorated in an individual style and each has its own simple cooking area which includes a two ring gas hob. You can provide your own bedding and towels, or for a small extra charge these will be provided for you.

The entire site is off grid, and where power is needed, it is generated by the sun.

The Green House is a wooden structure with a porch, a wildflower roof and an internal space with a wood fired stove. Electricity and lighting is provided by solar photovoltaic panels. The Green House is used as a communal meeting area, or a space for parties, classes, talks or workshops.

There are lots of quirky things to be discovered around the Caravantasia site including wood carvings, living willow installations and interactive games and structures.

An honesty shop provides all the essentials and some carefully selected souvenirs.

Contact Name: 
Mr Tom Pollard
+353 (86) 8627306