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AROUND ness wood glamping

Have you ever wanted to camp in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty but without the hassle of pitching your own tent? Well, Ness Wood Glamping which is located in the Burntollet Valley on the outskirts of Derry~Londonderry, certainly delivers on both. The vast woodlands and forestry that surround it provides a perfect location to explore the outdoors and visit places that are rich in ancient history and geological significance. What a view to fall asleep and wake up to!

Located in the beautiful Burntollet Valley, Ness Wood Glamping offers “Luxury Glamping” holiday accommodation in an idyllic location, far removed from the hustle and bustle of city life. Whether you are organising a short break for yourself or a group; we have a range of pods, campervan/caravan pitches — and even a barbeque hut — to suit your needs.

Faughan Fishing-min
Derry Walls-min
Ness Walk 2-min
Sperrins Mountains

By being located within the Burntolley Valley, the Ness Wood Glamping location provides easy access to extensive natural woodlands. These woodlands include Ness Wood, Ervey Wood and Burntollet Wood. These woodlands provide safe and accessible walks with riverside/woodland paths including wooden steps & footbridges, habitat of many different species of wildlife and birdlife. The site is also an ASSI and is NIEA owned and managed.

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For any visitors with an interest in fishing, Ness Wood Glamping is located less than ½ mile from the River Faughan. The River Faughan is a medium sized spate river, an important game fishery on the Foyle system, with significant runs of salmon and sea trout from June through to the end of the season. The River Faughan Anglers Ltd manages the fishing as an association water. The popular areas can be busy at times, but by offering over 20 miles of double bank fishing over the entire river system, there is plenty of fishing available for everyone.

As well as issuing season permits, visitors are also able to purchase single day, 3 day and 7 day / weekly permits to visiting anglers.

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Oakfire is a mecca for thrill seekers who love canopy high tree-to-trees crossing, free fall Tarzan swings and riding super-fast very long zips. This is grown up fun in the great outdoors.

Oakfire provide inclusive and exciting activities which are attractive to tourists, family groups, community groups and schools. They also host their annual ‘Hard as Oak’ adventure race which provides thousands of thrill seekers with the ultimate challenge.

Perfect for corporate events, sports teams, stag parties, birthdays or simply a fun day out, Oakfire provides an exhilarating alternative to those looking to have a great time.

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There are plenty of must see sights throughout Derry-Londonderry including the spectacular Bridge of Peace, Tower Museum and The Guildhall. The River Foyle is one of Europe’s top salmon fisheries and is also popular for water-sport activities.

When visiting County Derry-Londonderry, be sure to book one of the many bed and breakfast’s available. Each home has a unique welcome from your host and provides spacious and comfortable accommodation. 

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