Camping & Glamping in Northern Ireland with Cosy Outdoors

A holiday in Northern Ireland means sandy beaches perfect for some watersports, unique, breathtaking landscapes from the Causeway Coast to the Mourne Mountains, and a healthy helping of authentically Irish charm. Opting for some cosy camping in the UK’s smallest country lets you experience all this and more, with stunning nature right on your doorstep.

Enjoy the simple things in life or experience new adventures

Some of the best times on holidays are days spent trying something new and potentially even striking a thing or two off your bucket list. And Northern Ireland is happy to oblige, with plenty of activities to please adrenaline junkies, such as horse riding, jet skiing and skydiving.

That’s not to say you have to get the adrenaline pumping to enjoy an unforgettable holiday in Northern Ireland! For a slower option, you might enjoy walking St Patrick’s Way, following the footsteps of Ireland’s patron saint for 82 miles and get your own Pilgrim Passport stamped along the route. Other fantastic places to hike to include Grey Abbey, the Giant's Causeway, the walled city of Derry and some of the country’s many magnificent castles, such as Carrickfergus and Dunluce. 

Northern Ireland is also home to the biggest freshwater lake in Britain, Lough Neagh, where you can take a boat out to the water, go fishing or birdwatching, among many other things. Not to forget the golf lovers out there, either - Northern Ireland has a whole host of great courses, as you'd expect from the country that gave us the legendary Rory McIlroy.

A cosier way to go camping

Whether you’re a novice glamper or a seasoned camper, we’ve just made holidays in the great outdoors even better for you! Our Northern Ireland campsites make all year round camping a reality with wooden glamping pods that are heated and well-insulated. Check out some opportunities for more traditional camping in Northern Ireland, too.

All set for your Irish expedition? Check out our Cosy Outdoors locations in Northern Ireland!