Contact Info

Grennan Farmhouse,
Co. Kilkenny

086 861 0116

Q: Do we need to bring anything?

A: We provide all the bed linen but you will need to bring your own towels. Basic condiments and utensils are supplied in the Kitchen so just bring whatever you would like to cook/eat and drink. Also maybe a torch for bathroom trips and the campfire at night. Also the marshmallows usually go down well!

Q: Do the tents and Pods have electricity?

A: All our pods, tents and the vintage caravan have an electrical port for the charging of devices. 

Q. When can we check in?

A: Check in is normally after 4pm and check out is 11am.

Q. Can we bring our dog?

A: Sorry, at the moment we can’t accommodate dogs (or other pets),

Q. Do you provide breakfast?

A: We are a self catering site so we don’t provide food/breakfast. However we have a fully equipped kitchen where you can make breakfast or there are a number of cafes in Thomastown which open for breakfast if you don’t fancy doing any cooking.

Butterfly Valley Glamping 5 Star Reviews

Peaceful and Enjoyable Glamping

Rated 5 out of 5
September 15, 2021

I had a fabulous time at Butterfly Glamping. The facilities were very good and the scenery was amazing. Definitely going to stay there with the family again.

Olivia O Reilly

Great experience

Rated 5 out of 5
September 3, 2021

Took my 3 grandkids to Butterfly Valley for a short break before going back to school. We stayed in the caravan so it was a “half way house” between camping and caravaning! Caravan was spacious and clean – there was no bathroom in it but there was a kettle, toaster and fridge so we had breakfast out on our own deck. Lots to do in the area and we particularly liked the swimming in the river, forest walk to the Nore and Discovery Park in Castlecomer. Will definitely stay here again.

Fíona Byrne

2 night stay

Rated 5 out of 5
August 30, 2021

Just back from staying 2 nights in the vintage caravan – it was fab, place was spotless . We all thoroughly enjoyed it. We would have happily stayed longer.

Deirdre Doyle