ABOUT YOUR STAY
We primarily take bookings through our website. If you are having difficulty booking, please contact us and we will help you as best we can.
Check-in is from 14:00 to 21:00.
Check-out is 12:00, but if you would like to stay on longer please talk to staff or management on site.
If you wish to remain plugged in to power after 12:00, you will be charged an additional €5.
Yes, dogs/pets are allowed at the campsite. However, all pets are to be kept on short leads at all times with no exceptions and it is expected that all dog droppings are picked up by their owner ASAP.
Yes, children are not permitted to be running around the campsite from 9 pm. General quiet time is strictly from 11 pm to 7 am.
ABOUT THE CAMPSITE FACILITIES
- 35 electric hook-up points
- 20 fresh-water points (with fresh-drinking water available at each touring bay)
- Chemical and grey waste disposal
- General waste and recycling disposal
- 4 hot showers
- 6 toilets
- Camper's kitchen
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- Information and maps about the Sliabh Liag peninsula
- Expert knowledge on the local area and hiking trails
- World class destination
We have 4 hot showers. These are not token based. They can be used any time by a campsite guest and are included as part of the campsite fee.
Yes. We have 6 toilets and 2 urinals.
Yes, we have a camper's kitchen. It contains:
- A kettle
- A toaster
- A sink with hot water
- A microwave
- 2 fridges
- 1 freezer
- Sockets (for charging phones only)
- A washing machine (available to use for €5)
- A tumble dryer (available to use for €5)
Yes. We provide washing and drying facilities that can be used for an additional fee. This fee can be paid in reception.
The washing machine and tumble dryer are located in the camper's kitchen.
No, we don't have a play park for children. However, there is a state of the art play park located in Carrick, which is just a 5 minute drive from the campsite.
ABOUT THE AREA
The campsite is located on the Wild Atlantic Way, right at the foot of Sliabh Liag.
- 3.5 km from the viewing platform for Sliabh Liag cliffs
- Located directly on the 12 km hiking loop of Sliabh Liag
- A 5 minute walk from the Rusty Mackerel, bar and restaurant
- Next door to Tí Linn café & craft shop
- 1.5 km from Teelin Harbour, where you can find Sliabh Liag Boat Trips for a tour of Sliabh Liag
- Teelin Harbour is also the perfect place for a dip, a swim or paddle board in the safety of Teelin Bay
The Rusty Mackerel is often very busy, so it is strongly recommended that you book a table.
Sliabh Liag Boat Trips depart from Teelin Harbour and they get closer to the cliffs than anyone else. They stop at all the key photo points and offer stories of the area. You can even go swimming if you are aboard their flagship vessel, the Nuala Star. Tours are available at 10, 12, 2, 4 & 6.
To avoid disappointment, it is strongly advised that you book online. Click here to book now!
Sliabh Liag Camping is the perfect base camp for exploring the trails of Sliabh Liag. The viewing platform for the cliffs is just a 3.5 km walk away and offers breath-taking sights.
For the more experienced hiker, there is also a 12 km hiking loop. This usually takes people between 3 and 5 hours.
We recommend starting from the campsite and heading first towards the Pilgrim's Path. This can be found by heading down past the Rusty Mackerel and up the country lane you find on the left. This will bring you to the top of the mountain. From there you can head over or under the One Man's Pass, over Cnoc Ramhar, past the viewing platform for the cliffs, and then eventually end up back at the campsite.
There is also a more challenging hike along the cliffs all the way out to Malin Beg, but it is strongly advised that you have a local guide along with you. The journey there and back by foot will take up most of a day.
WhatsApp Ciarán at: +353 85 279 5953
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We prefer to be contacted by WhatsApp or text, rather than phone call, as we are very busy on site and may be unable to take your call.