Popular ‘Sleepy Hollows’ campsite goes on the market

written by Rachel McLaughlin August 5, 2018

If you are planning to tap into the tourism potential of the Wild Atlantic Way, this could be the investment for you. 

The Sleepy Hollows campsite at Crolly, Annagry, has recently gone up for sale with Campbells estate agents at an asking price of €265,000.00.

The Gaeltacht site comprises a four-bedroom house along with 5.3 acres of land for developing a dream camping ground. The small camping site is set in natural woodland surroundings and was previously used as an adult-only camping and glamping ground.

Image via www.campbells.ie

The property has already been fitted out for the nature of its business consisting of no.5 parking bays, ample room for tents, self-contained log cabin & pod, WC facilities together with office and dwelling facilities thereon for the would-be owner. All it needs now is an owner with a passion for tourism and business.

The business has ample room for expansion and has already established a good reputation with Dutch tourism bodies A.N.W.B and A.C.S.I.

The property serves as a good base for exploring the Wild Atlantic Way and is within walking distance to the famous `Leos Tavern` and also within driving distance to both Annagry and Crolly Villages and numerous safe and sandy beaches.

The peaceful and quiet park could hold a lot of potential. For further details, check out www.campbells.ie/Price26500000SleepyHollowsCampsiteCrollyCoDonegalF92PC7X

Image via www.campbells.ie

Image via www.campbells.ie




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