Pine Tree Hollow Glamping
About us/ faq
Pine Tree Hollow Glamping
Set in a secluded rural setting bordered by a row of 100 year old Scots pine trees in Leitrim, Co Down, Pine Tree Hollow Glamping encompasses all that is important to owner Bridie Smyth. Providing nature, heritage, wildlife, excellent local tourist facilities and the opportunity to spend quality time with family and friends while staying somewhere a little bit different, Pine Tree Hollow Glamping is a perfect base for exploring the stunning Mourne/Slieve Croob area and livelier towns of Newcastle and Castlewellan. We are a small site so can offer a more authentic glamping experience for our guests who must bring their own sleeping bags for their stay but will enjoy a comfortable nights sleep in one of our 3 cabins, all with differing but unique styles, inside and out, including their own spacious outdoor area which includes an outdoor kitchen, fire pit and picnic area.
Our communal areas include The Shack (covered barbecue/ cooking/ dining area), 2 shared wet rooms (shower/ toilet) and tourist information and honesty shop which overlook our animal paddocks.
PLEASE NOTE- single sex groups of 8 or more only accepted as a whole site booking.
Frequently Asked Questions
When you make a booking, you will be asked to provide your card payment details and full payment will be taken from your card. You will receive a full confirmation email within 48 hours of your booking.
All you need to bring is your sleeping bag, pillows (if required), toiletries, towels, tea towel/dish cloths and a torch. Beds have decorative cushions and throws only. Sleeping bags are available to hire at £10 per night for any overseas guests.
One tub of logs per stay is provided in the box outside your cabin, your stove will be set and ready to light when you arrive. Instant fire logs and further tubs of logs can be purchased on site (before 6.30pm, cost £5) or you can bring your own well seasoned logs to use.
Yes, well behaved dogs are welcome but need to be kept on leads at all times due to the close proximity of our animals and other guests. There is a £10 per dog per night charge for up to 2 dogs. Please bring your dog’s bed with you!
Yes, our communal area, The Shack has a microwave and 2 electric rings for indoor cooking. Electric kettles, toasters and a fridge are provided in the individual cabins.
No, we made a conscious decision not to provide wifi due to the aims and ethos of our site. 3G and most mobile networks have good coverage.
No, our car park is around a 50m walk along a relatively flat stone path.
Yes, the local village shop is a 2 minute walk away from our gates. The shop is open 7 days a week. Local towns of Castlewellan (5 mins) and Newcastle (10mins) are within driving distance.
All of our cabins share communal toilets/showers which are located beside the units.
There is a limited bus service via Leitrim village from Newcastle to Banbridge. Access to your own transport is advisable to explore the area further. Local taxi services are available in Castlewellan.
Touring E-bikes can be hired direct from our site in conjunction with Life Adventure Centre, Castlewellan https://www.onegreatadventure.com (advance booking required, over 14s only). Ordinary bikes available in the Castlewellan Centre.