The most common question that I am been asked this Summer is “Where can I you can rent a mobile home for a week, weekend or mid-week break? or “Are there any Caravan and Camping Parks with Mobile Home Rental in Ireland?” Most campsites and mobile home parks do not have this facility so I have compiled a list of the few that do. All mobile homes are full equipped with a comprehensive range of cooking equipment and kitchen utensils. Some parks also supply TVs in their mobile homes. Models and sizes vary so please check when booking. This is how I discovered Ireland as a child but for some reason mobile home hires were not popular for sometime but are certainly back in demand recently.
I have not stayed in all of the ones below but my top three favourites Mobile Home Rental in Ireland would be:
A word of advice DO NOT STAY at Seaside Caravan and Camping, Camp, Co. Kerry. Not only is it not family friendly but I would not recommend it for anyone. We were told it was clean but once we opened the door to our luxury cabin there was an open packed of crisps spilled on the floor. The beds clearly had not been changed never mind dressed and bathroom filthy so while we called reception and asked for it to be cleaned we visited the playgournd. When I had to explain to Thomas why there may be two bottles of Vodlka dumped in the tiny playground I knew it was time to leave long before I was asked “would they remove the bed sheets from the last guests or do I have my own” on our return from the playground. As for the facilities we won’t even go there!
Mobile Homes for Families
Hiring a mobile home in a clean and family friendly site can be so much fun for both adults and the kids. The kids feel like they are sleeping in a cabby house and the parents have the housekeeping done in less than 20 minutes each day. The first thing the kids will do is make new friends and if they are bike friendly sites they are gone for hours at end cycling around with such freedom within the confines of the campsite. They tend to want to go out and mingle even in light rain and we have a rule that there is not going into other caravans or mobile homes so they will potter away outdoors all day. Thus leaving plenty of time for you to relax and savour the peace.
We don’t often use a TV and traditionally we will play cards and board games which allows for very competitive but fun family time. I must say it is a very relaxed way to holiday and often the kids don’t want to go off and do any activities as they are happy to relax and explore their new surroundings also.
One of my top tips is to check they have freezer facilities on site you can use and I prepare Lasagne, Soup and Cassarole before I go and freeze it for the days that I don’t feel like cooking. The rest of the nights are BBQs.
Green Acres Caravan & Camping Park, Doonaha – Click Here to Find Out More
Lakeside Holiday Park, Mountshannon – Click Here to Find Out More
O’Riordan’s Caravan Park, Owenahincha – Click Here to Find Out More
Chestnutt Holiday Park – Click Here to Find Out More
Glenross Caravan & Camping Park, Glenbeigh – Click Here to Find Out More
Fleming’s White Bridge Caravan & Camping Park, Killarney – Click Here to Find Out More
Fossa Caravan & Camping Park, Killarney- Click Here to Find Out More
Beech Grove Caravan & Camping Park, Killarney – Click Here to Find Out More
Nore Valley Park, Bennettsbridge- Click Here to Find Out More
Belleek Park Caravan & Camping, Belleek- Click Here to Find Out More
Keel Sandybanks Caravan & Camping Park , Achill Island – Click Here to Find Out More
Gailey Bay Caravan & Camping Park, Knockcroghery- Click Here to Find Out More
Duncannon Beach Holiday Park, Duncannon- Click Here to Find Out More
Hidden Valley Caravan & Camping Park, Rathdrum – Click Here to Find Out More
River Valley Caravan Park, Redcross- Click Here to Find Out More