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WELCOME TO SWANNS BRIDGE GLAMPING

Swanns Bridge Glamping opened its doors for business on the 1st April 2016.

The purpose of Swanns Bridge Glamping Northern Ireland is to help promote an outdoor activity lifestyle but still have the comforts of home. It’s a great retreat for families, couples, small groups, & individuals looking for the ideal base to have a great outdoor adventure and self-catering holiday and just get away from it all.

We open from April to September.

Swanns Bridge Glamping Northern Ireland sits on the banks of the River Roe. The river rises at the base of the White Mountain (Sliabh Ban) in Glenshane Forest and flows via Dungiven past Burnfoot through the Country Park to Limavady . From there it makes its way past Swanns Bridge to Lough Foyle.We sit at the foot of Binevenagh Mountain, which boasts spectacular views overlooking the surrounding area.

Binevenagh Mountain and other local areas have been used by Hollywood for big productions like the TV hit programme Game of Thrones. Our location is no more than 10 minutes from the world famous Benone Beach Blue Flag beach that stretches uninterrupted for over 7 miles.

What we provide

  • We provide logs for the BBQ/Firepits but we DO NOT supply charcoal. Additional logs can be purchased on site.
  • Furnished Tents/Yurts
  • Bed linen – Double and single mattresses, pillows, sheets, 13.5tog duvets and one towel per person.
  • Electric – All units have a light inside, double electric socket, electric fan heater
  • Warm showers and indoor toilets
  • Communal Kitchen – A small selection of pots pans, cutlery, glasses, cups and plates with washing up facilities
  • Microwave
  • Oven and Hob
  • Toaster
  • Bins
  • Kettle

Glamping Essentials for the outdoors

  • It is important to bring warm, waterproof clothes, welly or walking boots, warm socks, hats, etc. This is Northern Ireland, it’s best to be prepared for all weathers!
  • Hot water bottles, they can help keep you warm at night.
  • A good torch
  • Travel insurance is essential to give you extra protection if your holiday does not go as planned for example someone gets sick last minute, your flight is cancelled, your house floods etc.
  • Food for the duration of your stay
  • Blankets for sitting around your campfire
  • Storage/Cool box
  • Toiletries
  • Insect repellent
  • If you are a light sleeper, we recommend bringing eye masks and ear plugs as the sun rises early in the morning and as we are in the country side there are noises outside of our control.

Check out some recent photos from our Gallery