( For Tranquillity we are Adult only )
30th and 31st May
Sleepy hollows is a small ADULT ONLY campsite situated on the Wild Atlantic Way in the Gaeltacht region of County Donegal, in the north west of Ireland. If you like camping in a small campsite set in natural woodland surroundings then Sleepy hollows is the place for you.
It is situated in the quiet village of Meenaleck, near the Crolly river. Leos Tavern is located 200m from the camping ground, home of the world famous musicians, Enya & Clannad. Enya and Moya's father established Leo' s Tavern in 1967 and both of them sang on stage there with their father as young girls. Leos provides excellent food and nightly music most nights of July and August and indeed every Wednesday evening you can experience the Ceili Dancing throughout the year, Click here for further information on Ceili Dancing. Shops are located within 2km and hill walking, beaches, golf and fishing are located within 10km.
If you want to climb / hill walk Errigal Mountain, visit Glenveagh National Park, Aranmore or Tory Islands visit the highest sea cliffs in Western Europe - Slieve League then you will find Sleepyhollows Campsite very convenient.
In case you haven't heard County Donegal was named
Phone International: 00353 74 954 8272 / local 074 954 8272
Approved for 2016/17 - Klein & Fijn
Latitude and longitude 55.030402, -8.270905
/ Croithshli village take the R259 and travel
approximately 1 km towards Annagry or the Airport. Turn
right at the SIGNS for Leos Tavern and Sleepyhollows campsite onto the L5673.
If you have a
caravan or motor home please use ORGANIC
Free Wi-Fi is available around the reception area
NEW: Glamping offers click here
Dogs welcome but must be on leash.
nights in May and June for Campervans
For information on "What's on in Donegal" click below
ACSI Inspected 2016/7 and Approved by ANWB 2016
Facilities on site include toilets, free hot showers, campers kitchen with fridge, freezer, kettle & toaster. Campervan sites have 10 Ampere electric.
Loc8 Code: A7L-73-7QK,
Updated: 27 May 2017