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Holiday Park with teenage boys

Holiday Park with teenage boys

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Hello, we are looking for a camping with mobile home rental for a stay in summer 2019 with our family with 3 boys 14-19.
We prefer the western coast. Does anybody know a holiday park where we will meet more families with teenage / grown up children, football court, table tennis etc.?


Posted Mon 13 Aug 2018 12:12 PM
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Hi Helen, Camping Ireland have over 90 member sites throughout Ireland.  You will find details on all sites that have mobile homes for hire by following this link to our page - www.campingireland.ie/mobile-home-hire

Alternatively, you could rent a glamping pod or Bell tent and again you will find details on our website

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Aideen
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Posted Mon 13 Aug 2018 1:25 PM
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Hi Heleen, 

Staying in holiday park with the whole family is a lovely idea! This way there are enough activities for everyone, and you can easily explore the surrounding area on day trips. :)

A new Center Parks holiday park will be opening Summer next year in Longford Forest, County Longford. The park will have over a 100 family activities, and a Subtropical Swimming Paradise! From here you can easily venture to the east or west coast of the island for city trips, sightseeing and much more

Another option would be Trabolgan Holiday Park in east Cork. This holiday village offers self-catering houses and caravans with sea views and loads of activities. You can also take a look at the tourist board approved Camping and Caravan parks all over the island where they offer self-catering accommodation. Simply select where you would like to stay, and all of the available options will pop up. 

I hope you'll receive additional tips from our members and experts, and if there's anything else you need, just give us a shout (in het Engels of in het Nederlands :)).

Vriendelijke groet, 

Melin

Posted Mon 13 Aug 2018 1:42 PM
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Hello Heleen,

With 3 teenage boys you will be needing a location that has plenty of activities nearby and I was wondering if you might consider Portrush on the northern coast of Northern Ireland.  The seaside town has so much to see and do for an active family holiday.  There are 2 Blue Flag beaches, golf, pitch & putt, tennis, football, surfing, coasteering, kayaking, boat trips, fishing trips and amusements all within the close proximity of the town and beaches.  A couple of miles out the coast road is Dunluce Castle and continuing on round the coastal route you come to the Giant's Causeway a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge. If you would like more information on the Causeway Coast and Glens area please visit: www.visitcausewaycoastandglens.gov.uk

Blairs Caravan Park rents out static caravans and their site is within walking distance of Portrush town centre and the West Strand Beach.  If you would like to look at their web site it is: www.blairsholidayparks.com 

I hope you find somewhere that suits your family for a special holiday in Ireland.
Anne

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Thanks very much for your reactions and suggestions Aideen, Melin and Anne!
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Hoi Heleen, 

Nu de zomer op zijn einde loopt, horen we graag meer over je vakantie! :) Heb je een mooie camping kunnen vinden aan de westkust met genoeg activiteiten en dingen te doen voor iedereen in de familie? 

Groeten, 

Melin
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