Wild Atlantic Bus

Oughterard, Co. Galway

Your Glamping Buscation Starts here!

Located in Oughterard, on the shores of Lough Corrib, the Wild Atlantic Bus offers visitors a serene countryside experience. Situated just a short drive from Oughterard, known as the gateway to Connemara, guests can enjoy the tranquility of the surrounding landscape.

The Wild Atlantic Bus offers a charming accommodation experience with a fully equipped kitchen, compact yet functional toilet and shower facilities (there is also an outdoor shower) and a cozy seating area at the rear of the bus complete with a wood-burning stove. This seating area also converts into a spacious double bed at night, with ample storage available underneath. Upstairs, guests can enjoy a luxurious permanent double bed at the front of the bus, as well as a private seating area featuring a refurbished bus seat and a convertible day bed, all adorned with curtains and blinds for privacy. In the evenings you can head outside, sit around the fire pit and enjoy the sounds of nature (and the cows :)

Glamping on the gateway to Connemara

Oughterard is well known as the gateway to Connemara which forms a major part of the Wild Atlantic Way, the largest coastal route in Europe. On the doorstep of the Wild Atlantic Bus you have an abundance of beautiful and scenic walks and our bus is located on the Western Way which starts in Oughterard and ends in the beautiful town of Ballina Co Mayo.

The Wild Atlantic Bus serves as an ideal base for exploring the area, with nearby attractions including Ballinahinch Castle, Kylemore Abbey, and the picturesque beaches of Roundstone. Additionally, the bustling town of Clifden, the capital of Connemara, is within easy reach.

With Lough Corrib at your doorstep, there are countless opportunities to discover the beauty of this enchanting countryside.

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