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Lakeside View is situated close to Lough Aghery lake.
Ballyvoy camping barn nestles in the little village of Ballyvoy.
Caravan park located 8 miles west of Enniskillen on A46 road to Belleek.
Off B185 road from Coleraine to Portstewart.
The site has a range of facilities including 12 fully serviced hard standing pitches.
The caravan park is located within the grounds of Castle Archdale Country Park.
Off A2, signposted Cranfield West. Family washrooms.
Our camp-site/park is based in the middle of N Ireland, surrounded by the Sperrin Mountains.
2 miles from Enniskillen on Upper Lough Erne, the site overlooks the Sillees River.
Signposted off A29 between Coleraine and Portrush, approximately 1 mile from the centre of Portrush.
The separate area reserved for touring visitors at Sandycove holiday park has space for 40 units.
The park incorporates play, outdoor games and beach areas.
Lakeside View is situated close to Lough Aghery lake. The quiet park is surrounded with scenic views of both mountains and countryside. All pitches an have excellent view of the lake giving the opportunity to watch the summer water sports.
Ballyvoy camping barn nestles in the little village of Ballyvoy which is located about 2 miles outside Ballycastle on the way to Cushendall.
It has been compared by some patrons as more like a mini- hotel but costing a lot less.
Ballyleese Caravan Park has a prime location on the edge of popular Portstewart, just a few minutes from the Strand Beach, superb golf courses and bustling promendade which has restaurants
Round Lake Caravan Park is located amidst the lush Clogher Valley and is a short walk from busy Fivemiletown.
The caravan park is located within the grounds of Castle Archdale Country Park on the shores of Lough Erne which boasts stunning scenery, extensive forest walks, war and wildlife museum & orienteering routes.
Our camp-site and caravan-park is based in the middle of Northern Ireland, surrounded by the beauty of Sperrin Mountains.
2 miles from Enniskillen on Upper Lough Erne, the site overlooks the Sillees River in a peaceful, tranquil setting, surrounded by green fields.
This is a small family run caravan park situated in the centre of Fermanagh Lakelands.
Signposted off A29 between Coleraine and Portrush, approximately 1 mile from the centre of Portrush. Close to all major tourist attractions such as the seaside resorts of Portrush and Portstewart, and the Giant's Causeway.
Popular holiday park with designated area for touring caravans. Booking essential through Park Manager.
5 miles south east of Magherafelt on B160 road, 12 miles north east of Cookstown A29/B18 road, signposted.
Watersports, walks and picnic area. Picturesque area on shores of Lough Neagh. Includes play park, games area.
The sites listed below are not inspected but are licensed to operate by local councils. Contact the local visitor information office (VIC) for information on facilities, availabilty and location.
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