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Binion Bay Caravan & Camping Park

Binion, Clonmany Ireland
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Karen D wrote a review Jul 2021
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Just pulling out of Binion Bay now having spent 7 days camping there. Our first time to Donegal and certainly not our last. Ian and his family run a lovely site. It is a small site with no playground BUT honestly our two children never missed it. ( ages 7 and 10) They brought their bikes and EVeRY night we had to call them in from playing with all the friends they made cycling up and down. Everyone was friendly and the site because it is small feels 100% safe to allow the children to play away from the tent. We lit our little campfire every night. Bathrooms are spotless. There is a large washing machine and drier on site too. Just a 3 minute drive around the corner is the most beautiful 3km stretch of beach - stunning. Even on the hottest day we still felt we had the beach to ourselves. We spent loads of time there. Clonmany village is 4 mins up the road and there’s lovely takeaways and a centra for all you need. Also within half hour is Doagh Famine Village - can’t say enough about It - absolutely worth a visit. Malin Head is also only 25 mins away and there were so many Gorgeous beaches we visited. Five finger strand ( next to Famine village ) is stunning but not safe for swimming due to currents. Culdaff beach - blue flag. Pollan Strand also beautiful. We visited Wild Ireland - 35 mins away. Next time we will do the Alpaca trails where you trek leading an alpaca among breathtaking views, because they were fully booked out this time. Glenevin falls are less than 6-7 minutes from the campsite too. Honestly so much to see and do. Can’t wait to return. Donegal and in particular, Binion Bay on the Inishowen peninsula is a place we will never forget.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Rebecca H wrote a review Jul 2021
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We stayed here for five nights in a trailer tent with our 3 kids (10, 6 and 9 months). Small campsite which mostly seemed to be families or couples. Very quiet in the evening so ideal if you have small children. Facilities are very very clean and well maintained. A short walk or bike ride to a stunning beach that only ever has a handful of people on it. In a beautiful part of Donegal with lots to see and do very close by…Malin Head, Doagh Famine village, Wild Ireland and Glenevin waterfall as well as lots of stunning beaches. Very friendly, helpful owners. Highly recommended.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Natalia H wrote a review Jun 2021
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We really enjoyed our one night stay on this campsite! Toilets&showers are in very good condition- everything clean and tidy. Staff very helpful and friendly. That's a lovely place to have some rest. You can have a walk in a beautiful and peaceful area. Really recommend this place!
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Dale R wrote a review Jun 2021
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We had a weekend break glamping. The tent was well kitted out and fire pit outside was great. The site is just a short walk from beach which was beautiful and we visited waterfall nearby. The owners of the site couldn’t be more helpful too.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
colin wrote a review Sep 2020
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this was only my second outing in a camper van. site was in a nice location. had been given a pitch beside toilet block and was please with shower block. very clean. no time was given to show were to get water or hook up due to the man having to run and deal with another issue. Site was very quiet and had good nights sleep. Next morning we headed off for our day out viewing the scenery in the area. we came back onto site only to find a caravan where we had been parked night before. we drove van down site but only an area in muddy condition, we didn't see anyone about so drove out and made our way home. on emailing to complain of our issue and requesting a refund i got no reply and i phoned Monday i basically was told my fault i should have put a reserve sign or left my electric cable out. One i wasn't informed do this another is why should i leave my cable out for someone to pitch. my previous site had plots numbered and no issue like this. person on the phone made no apologies or no gesture for a refund. This was no a good start to my new enjoyment of camper vanning.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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US$77 - US$125 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Binion Bay Caravan & Camping Park
Which popular attractions are close to Binion Bay Caravan & Camping Park?
Nearby attractions include Doagh Famine village (6.7 km), Mamore Gap (6.7 km), and Glenevin Waterfall (1.2 km).
Is parking available at Binion Bay Caravan & Camping Park?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Binion Bay Caravan & Camping Park?
Conveniently located restaurants include Nancy's Barn Ballyliffin, The Rusty Nail, and Jack's Restaurant at the Ballyliffin Lodge.
Are pets allowed at Binion Bay Caravan & Camping Park?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Binion Bay Caravan & Camping Park?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Doagh Famine village (6.7 km).