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Moat Farm Caravan & Camping Park

Donard, Wicklow

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  • Where:
    Donard, Wicklow
  • Town:
    Donard
  • County:
  • Phone:
    +353 45 404727
  • Email:
  • Pitches:
    40
  • Size:
    1 Hectares
  • Open:
    17 March - 14 September
  • Holiday Type:
    CountrysitePet FriendlyFamily FriendlyDog Friendly
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About Moat Farm Caravan & Camping Park

Rural caravan and camping park ideal for relaxing holidays

Moat Farm is a family run park where you will enjoy peace, quietness and space in beautiful surroundings, one minute stroll from Donard Village. Located at the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains. Award winning park offering excellent standard of
cleanliness and personally supervised. Within easy reach of Dublin and Rosslare and an ideal base for touring Ireland’s Ancient East, walking and cycling. Easy reach of Punchestown, Naas and the Curragh Race courses, the Irish National Stud and Japenese Gardens, Glendalough, Powerscourt and many other attractions.

Facilties

  • Camper's kitchen

  • Caravan

  • Dogs allowed

  • Electric points caravans

  • Large Tent

  • Motorhome

  • Pre-booking

  • RVs Accepted

  • Showers

  • TV Room

  • Washing & Ironing

Rates

From To
Unit + 2 Adults + 2 Children €27.00 €27.00
Unit + 2 Adults €21.00 €21.00
Hiker Cyclist €10.00 €10.00

Extra Charges Levied

Facility Cost
 Shower  Free
 Electricity  €5.00
 Awning  €0.00
 Extra child  €3.00
 Extra adult  €5.00
 Car  €5.00

Reviews

  • Fantastic wee campsite in gorgeous surroundings – Spent a grreat few days here over Easter.. Nice quiet campsite with great amenities and loads of space for our tents. Nuala, the owner was so lovely she was really helpful and even organised a local B&B for my elderly mother. Donard is a lovely little village, We will definitely be back. Date of stay: April 2022
  • Perfect – Ideal base if walking in Wicklow. Facilities were spotless. If you want late nights with plenty of booze then this place is NOT for you. There is a general air of isolation and tranquility about the place. Everybody seems to just want to unwind and relax and take in the surrounding countryside. Nuala runs a tight ship and that’s part of the reason we return again and again. I’d wholeheartedly recommend staying here.
    Date of stay: August 2021

From Dun Laoghaire follow signs for N4 and N7, then onto N81. 15kms south of Blessington turn left at The Old Toll House Pub. In Donard turn right and immediately right again. Sign for Park in Village. From Dublin Port:- Follow Tunnel signs. Leave tunnel, take M50 South to Junction 11. Take exit Blessington N81.