Sleepy Hollows Camping

Annagry, Donegal

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Sleepy Hollows is a small ADULT-ONLY/strictly 18+ campsite situated on the Wild Atlantic Way in the west of County Donegal in Ireland. If you like camping in a small campsite set in natural woodland surroundings then Sleepy Hollows is the place for you.

It provides a great base to explore the many interesting aspects of County Donegal, its coastline, pubs, Glenveagh National Park and much more.

We accept caravans, motorhomes, campervans and tents - we also have a couple of self-catering options for hire.

Open all year.

Adults only, Pets allowed, Campfires, Designated / private parking, 5 Electric hook-ups, Sanitary block(s), Washing up facilities, Wireless internet, Glamping accommodation, Hiking breaks, Romantic breaks for couples, Walking breaks, Wildlife

- campers kitchen

1 Chalets (for rent), 5 Motorhome pitches, 10 Tent pitches, 5 Touring pitches, 1 Camping pods, 1 Bell tents, Campfires, Glamping accommodation, Hiking breaks, Romantic breaks for couples, Walking breaks, Wildlife

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Fishing, Golf, Horse riding holidays, Sailing, Swimming (Indoor), Swimming (Outdoor), Organised Entertainment, Water Sports, Internet Access

Glenveagh National Park, Arranmore Island, Tory Island, Carrickfin Beach, Fintown Railway, Dunlewey Visitors Centre, Sleive League, Donegal Castle, Doe Castle - and more!

If you want to climb / hill walk Errigal Mountain, visit Glenveagh National Park, Arranmore or Tory Islands or travelling on the Wild Atlantic Way, then camping in Sleepy Hollows provides you with a good base.
Come and enjoy a stay in our peaceful and small Donegal campsite - surrounded by bird song in a lovely woodland setting.

Sleepy Hollows Camping (www)

Meenaleck, Crolly, Co. Donegal, F92 HK73
Republic of Ireland
F92 HK73
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  Sleepy Hollows Campsite came under new ownership in January 2019 - please see Tripadvisor for more recent reviews. Awarded the Tripadvisor Travellers Choice award in 2020, and featured in The Sunday Times in 2021!

Overall rating

3.0 stars

Based on 2 review(s)


4.0 stars

We were very disappointed to be told, that despite promoting itself as a family friendly campsite, children were no longer welcome and we were unable to stay.

*update... We have returned several times without our child now and are so glad we stumbled upon this hidden gem!

Art is a very friendly guy & makes you feel very welcome! Can't wait to stay again!

Property manager response (08 May 2016)

We are pleased that you are glad that we changed to adult only. Its not that we don't like children, we have three beautiful grand children of our own who live less than 200 m away, its just that we and some other campers want a tranquil campsite 24 hours a day every day they stay, and that's what we try to provide.

Tyne & Wear England

2.0 stars

This is the second time at this site but don't think I'll return there again. The site is very compact and badly troubled with midgies... I was a little disappointed with the back up from the people running it - although a plus point is the fact that Wi-Fi is available at the reception area.