If you’re looking for all the best places to go glamping in Meath, then you’ve landed on the right page!
There are so many amazing glamping sites across Ireland, and luckily for you, Meath is no exception.
Whether you’re a Co. Meath local or you’re a tourist visiting Dublin for the week, you’ll be spoilt for choice here.
From romantic shepherds huts to spacious yurts to safari tents with hot tubs, you’re bound to find something on this list that you love.
So without further ado, here are the 9 best places to go glamping in Meath!
Price per night: From €130 for 2 people
And it just so happens to have a wide array of glamping options too!
From shepherds huts to safari tents to cabins, there are 17 different units you can book, and each is as great as the last.
If you’re looking for a romantic getaway, the shepherds huts are your best shout, whereas if you’re looking for a break with friends and family, then the safari tents might suit you better.
Many of the accommodation options also come with private use of an outdoor six-person jacuzzi bath.
How dreamy does that sound?!
There’s even the option to book out the whole site for a retreat or hen party!
What guests say: “Amazing night away in the shepherd’s hut. Spotless and great facilities. All the utensils that you need cooking in. The hot tub is shared but is completely private once you have booked your time slot. Already have it on the list to return! Highly recommend and staff and extremely helpful and friendly!”
Price per night: From €50 for 2 people, €86 for 4 people, €111 for 6 people, and €136 for 8 people
Situated on the Slane Castle estate, Rock Farm Slane is a glamping, ecotourism and activity centre, and organic farm.
They offer a wide array of glamping accommodations, including cabins, yurts, shepherds huts, and bell tents.
It’s safe to say there’s something for everyone here!
Each provides a unique experience but they’re all tastefully designed and are surrounded by lots of natural beauty.
The parkland surrounding the campsite is a designated Natural Heritage Area and Special Area of Conservation, where you’ll spot all kinds of birds, as well as Irish hares leaping across the field.
Just like The Millhouse, the entire glamping site is available for private hire so you can use it for gatherings, parties, and all sorts!
Price per night: From €90 for 2 people, up to €250 for 8 people
For the most unique place to go glamping in Meath, look no further than Glasson Glamping Farm.
Best known for its two double-decker buses that each sleep up to four people, Glasson Glamping Farm is an absolute icon on the Irish glamping scene.
Aside from the two double-deckers, Glasson Glamping is also home to a school bus, a shepherds hut, a pod, and a log house cabin.
Basically, whatever you’re looking for, they probably have it!
On-site, they also have a whole range of other amenities, including a kitchen, shower and bathroom, a games shed, and a second outdoor kitchen, so you’ll be left wanting for nothing.
This fifth-generation family farm runs things with a whole lot of love so you’re bound to feel welcomed here!
What guests say: “What an experience from start to finish for my friend’s festival hen this weekend. We didn’t want to leave. Such a beautiful venue, and attention to detail! We were all blown away by the facilities and accommodation. Thanks for an amazing time. Would highly recommend!”
Price per night: From €125 for 2 people (€20/night per extra person, max five people)
If the photo above doesn’t already have you rushing to book a stay at Loughcrew Glamping then I’m not sure what will.
I mean, just look at how cosy that yurt is!
There are five yurts on-site and each sleeps up to five people.
They contain a king-size bed, a double sofa bed, a single guest bed, a wood-burning stove, and electrical sockets to charge your devices.
And just a stone’s throw from the yurts, you’ll find a communal kitchen and a toilet and shower block.
While the yurts themselves are beautiful, my favourite thing about Loughcrew Glamping is that it’s uniquely located at the Loughcrew Cairns, the highest point in the Boyne Valley.
The views and walks around here are stunning so if it’s a big helping of nature that you’re after, you know where to head!
What guests say: “Had a fabulous weekend, the yurts are gorgeous and so comfortable. The grounds are so well maintained and spotless. The camper kitchen is a great size with everything you need. The cafe on site has lovely coffee and cakes. The views are fantastic around the campsite.”
Price per night: From €161 for 2 people
Location: Garadice, nr Kilcock
If you’re looking for the most romantic place to go glamping in Meath, then look no further than The Horsebox Tinyhouse.
Decked with fairy lights and a bubbly hot tub, this vintage horse trailer has been lovingly restored into a stay you won’t soon forget!
Not only is the inside beautifully designed with everything you could need (think a kitchenette and an en-suite bathroom) but the outside is just as pretty.
The Horsebox overlooks fields and enjoys complete privacy so you’ll have the sunsets all to yourself!
Cook dinner on the BBQ and cosy up on the outdoor sofa before retreating to your tiny house for a great night’s sleep.
Sounds like heaven to me!
What guests say: “We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. This place is a little gem, we felt right at home upon arrival and were very comfortable here. The accommodation is very private and was the relaxing get away we sorely needed. The pristine hot tub is another bonus and we really enjoyed the home made brownies on arrival. A lovely little touch and much appreciated.”
Price per night: From €106 for 2 people
Location: Glackstown, nr Mullingar
Brookland Meadows Shepherds Hut is one of the most beautifully designed shepherds huts in Ireland.
Handcrafted with love, the hut is adorned with lovely touches like bunting, throw pillows, and luxury toiletries.
Inside, you’ll find a full kitchen, a comfy double bed, electric heaters, a DAB radio with Bluetooth, and a private bathroom.
Oh, and yummy homemade cake and biscuits awaiting your arrival!
Bordered by a small stream and enveloped in nine acres of farmland, the shepherds hut also allows you to completely slow down and enjoy your natural surroundings.
What guests say: “We had a lovely weekend at Bernie’s place. The hut is extremely clean and it has all the necessary to spend a beautiful stay. All the details inside the hut, the sweet smell, the surroundings and Bernie’s communication make a perfect getaway! We woke up with the birds, sheep and the green land in front of us, totally recommended!”
7. Kells Cabins
Price per night: From €99 for 2 people
Location: Ballinlough, nr Kells
For an affordable glamping experience, you can’t go wrong with Kells Cabins.
Although small, these glamping pods pack a punch.
Inside, you’ll find a double bed, a seating area with a TV, a kitchenette, and a private bathroom with complimentary toiletries.
And outside, there’s a little private seating area where you can enjoy your morning coffee or a glass of wine in the evening.
With each pod, you also get free Wi-Fi and a complimentary continental breakfast with veggie and gluten-free options!
Want to make your stay even better?
Then pay extra for private use of the on-site hot tub!
What guests say: “Was surprised at how good it actually was! The place was so clean and warm. The little touches put in by the host were excellent. I couldn’t believe the facilities packed in! There was a fridge, toaster, microwave, and kettle. All the plates and cutlery you would need and a BBQ outside.”
Price per night: From €115 for 2 people
Location: Bellewstown, nr Duleek
If you’re looking for a little more space, then look no further than this beautifully designed Shipping Container.
While the outside is pretty unassuming, the interior is modern and beautifully designed.
Inside the space, you’ll find a large kitchen with a breakfast bar, a toasty wood burner, a living area with a TV, a double bedroom, a laundry area, and a spacious bathroom.
You’ll be left wanting for absolutely nothing!
Outside, there’s a huge decking area with a large table and chairs where you can dine alfresco, watch the sunset, or enjoy your morning coffee.
What guests say: “Peter’s place was lovely and cosy, especially when the fire was on in the wood burner. The place has all the amenities to make you feel at home. Peter was an extremely helpful and friendly host; he even got the fire going in the wood burner before we got back from a wedding. Definitely would recommend staying at Peter’s place!”
Location: Triermore, nr Kells
Last but by no means least, Boyne Valley Glamping has four amazing glamping options to choose from: the Vintage Caravan (sleeping two), the Lodge (sleeping four), the Emperor Tent (sleeping five), and the Cabin (sleeping seven).
Set in a mature landscaped garden, each option offers a different experience.
If you want something unique, go for the caravan, or if you want to get closer to nature, go for the tent.
Alternatively, if you’d like more home comforts, either of the cabins will provide just that!
With nearly all options, you get free Wi-Fi, and you also have the option of paying extra for a continental breakfast.
What guests say: “Boyne Valley really puts the glamorous into camping. Fi and Paddy’s attention to detail is second to none. We enjoyed it so much last year we returned this year and brought my parents too! Highly recommend. From comfy beds and duvets, hot water bottles and a gorgeous breakfast. These hosts think of everything! We will be back.”
Quick Breakdown of the Best Glamping Sites in Meath
As you can see, there are so many amazing places to go glamping in Meath.
So much so that I’m sure you’re already struggling with which to choose!
That’s why I’ve done the legwork for you and shortlisted six of the best for you which will hopefully, narrow down your search.
My personal favourite glamping site in Meath: The Millhouse Glamping
The cheapest glamping site in Meath: Rock Farm Slane
Most luxurious glamping site in Meath: Shipping Container
Most unique glamping site in Meath: Glasson Glamping Farm
Best glamping site in Meath for couples: The Horsebox Tinyhouse
Best glamping site in Meath for large groups: Glasson Glamping Farm