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Posted: 18.11.2022  ·  #1
Looking to overnight somewhere close to Killarney overnight on the 5 of December (the date is important and if you know then you know) electric hook up would be good, our dog doesn’t like gas heating, all sites appear to be closed in December. Any suggestions within 50 miles, preferably upwards would be great.
No other services required as we will be full and empty.


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Posted: 18.11.2022  ·  #2
I seem to remember the Flesk campsite near the Gleneagle used allow motorhomes to overnight with hook up, but the toilet block would be closed. Maybe worth contacting them.


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I seem to remember the Flesk campsite near the Gleneagle used allow motorhomes to overnight with hook up, but the toilet block would be closed. Maybe worth contacting them.

Thank you but they are closed.


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Posted: 18.11.2022  ·  #5
Better still Douglasha House Aire at Fossa 10 minutes to Killarney.


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Better still Douglasha House Aire at Fossa 10 minutes to Killarney.

Thank you for your suggestions I’ll check them out.
I appreciate that.


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Stayed in the carpark behind the Plaza a few weeks ago on a Sat night(right bang in the center). Was around 5 other campervans there. Don't think I was breaking any rules as well which is a bonus. POarking is free on weekends and on weekday nights. Very good sleep. Won't solve your preference for EHU but might get you out of a bind!!


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Stayed in the carpark behind the Plaza a few weeks ago on a Sat night(right bang in the center). Was around 5 other campervans there. Don't think I was breaking any rules as well which is a bonus. POarking is free on weekends and on weekday nights. Very good sleep. Won't solve your preference for EHU but might get you out of a bind!!

Thank you for the suggestion. The ehu is only important if it’s going to really cold as my super sensitive dog hates the gas heater. I’ll take a look at the Carpark.

The B&B suggested has been made to close the MH Parking, planning issues.


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Stayed in the carpark behind the Plaza a few weeks ago on a Sat night(right bang in the center). Was around 5 other campervans there. Don't think I was breaking any rules as well which is a bonus. POarking is free on weekends and on weekday nights. Very good sleep. Won't solve your preference for EHU but might get you out of a bind!!


Is see the plaza is not part of the convention centre I have emailed the convention centre and asked if their Carpark has height barriers? Not to overnight just to drop off and pickup.


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Posted: 22.11.2022  ·  #11
I think Flesk camping park is behind the NEC,and also they are open all year round,thats just from emeory as i havent been in kilarney for a few years now.


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I think Flesk camping park is behind the NEC,and also they are open all year round,thats just from emeory as i havent been in kilarney for a few years now.

Flesk is closed in December, but thank you for the suggestion.

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