Note: Adult only from 2014. Price: €10 per person, €20 per couple per night. Price includes showers. Electric hook up is €2 per night if required. Or stay in the SleepyHut, our wooden tent, for an extra €10 or the Sleepy Oaks Chalet with its Super Kingsize bed, private shower and kitchen for only €50 per night
Glamp in the Sleepy Hut our wooden tent, sleeps 2 people and you don't need to bring or erect your tent for an extra €10 per night. Or stay in luxury in the Sleepy Oaks Cabin with super kingsize bed, kitchen and shower room for €50 per night, minimum two nights. Discount for five or more nights.
The caravan park is situated in the quiet village of Meenaleck, near the Crolly river in West Donegal. Leo's Tavern is located 200m from the camping ground, home of the world famous musicians, Enya & Clannad. Enya and Moya's father established Leo' s Tavern in 1967 and both of them sang on stage there with their father as young girls. Leos provides excellent food and nightly traditional and Irish music throughout the summer. Wednesday night is Ceili Night, with set dancing.
Directions: From Crolly take the R259 towards the Airport and Leo's Tavern and take the first right turn. You will find the campsite 200m passed Leo's pub.
Shops are located within 2km and hill walking, beaches, golf and fishing are located within 10km. If you want to climb / hill walk Errigal Mountain, visit Glenveigh National Park, Aranmore or Tory Islands then camping in sleepy hollows provides you with a good base. Come and enjoy your stay in our peaceful quiet campsite.
Errigal Mountain is one of the most popular and sporting hill walking climbs in Ireland.
The ascent to Errigal in Dún Lúiche is clearly marked and this climb can be started at Mín na gCapóg near Dún Lúiche. Even though Errigal is the highest peak in Donegal it is a relatively easy climb and the visitor will be rewarded with a panoramic view of the three neighbouring parishes on reaching the summit. Other popular mountain climbs include Slieve Snaght, An Mhucais and the Poison Glen. Slieve League is spectacular and should not be missed as it has the highest sea cliffs in Western Europe.
Glenveagh National Park is one of the largest national parks in the country covering an area of approx. 14,000 hectares of mountains, lakes, glens and woods. The Park has also one of the largest herds of red deer in the country. The central feature is a nineteenth century castle surrounded by the famous Glenveagh Gardens. Facilities include a visitors centre, audio-visual show, exhibitions, restaurant, garden and Castle tea room, nature walks and garden tours. The park is located within easy reach of Annagry Ranafast Loughanure Bunbeg Derrybeg and Gweedore where the camping ground is located.
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This page was last updated: 30 January 2015