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jann
02-06-2011, 17:46
Does anyone have a list of the 'aires' in Ireland? Northern and Repyblic?

Thanks

michaelvduggan
02-06-2011, 19:53
Hi Jann. Don't think there's any such thing as an Irish Aire. I live in New Ross, Co. Wexford. There's a lovely spot by the river Barrow abt 8 miles north of New Ross called St. Mullins. Loads of campers use it and it's very safe. Call in to country pubs and petrol stations and ask them if you can park up for the night. Loads will oblige.

AndyC
04-06-2011, 17:09
Does anyone have a list of the 'aires' in Ireland? Northern and Repyblic?

Thanks

The ones I know about are listed towards the bottom of this page: Overnight stopovers for motorhomes in the UK and Ireland (http://www.ukmotorhomes.net/uk-motorhome-stopovers.shtml)

AndyC

michaelvduggan
09-06-2011, 23:07
This organisation is good for overnights in ireleland Home - SNI Ireland. Safe RV Motorhome parking (http://www.safenightsireland.com/)

donkey too
10-06-2011, 07:55
The're not called 'aires' in Ireland. They are called by a variety of names from "field" to "road" etc.,:lol-053::wave:

Donsider
10-06-2011, 09:42
Does anyone have a list of the 'aires' in Ireland? Northern and Repyblic?

Thanks

There is a great one not far from Larne,a proper aire.holds about eight vans,right in the middle of this lovely village.
Boroughshane is the place,it,s custom built,beautiful gardens and flowers everywhere,great stop.

donkey too
10-06-2011, 10:26
There is a great one not far from Larne,a proper aire.holds about eight vans,right in the middle of this lovely village.
Boroughshane is the place,it,s custom built,beautiful gardens and flowers everywhere,great stop.

Do you mean Broughshane where the Eco Centre is? If so a very nice place to spend a couple od days.

suej
10-06-2011, 17:16
We were in Ireland at the end of April for a couple of weeks and used some of the aires. Broughshane is nice.. now charge a fiver to park over night and there is a charge for fresh water and electric but it's free to empty the kazi and rinse it out. Donaghadee.. just south of Belfast is in a nice spot but hadn't got it's bourne when we were there but there are public loos. Carrickfergus is another one.. it's in the main carpark near the castle. It's free to park and there is a bourne there. The other aire is at Whitehead just a few miles north of Carrickfergus.. couldn't find a bourne there tho'. These are all in Northern Ireland. There is an aire in ROI but can't remember were it is..soz.
Enjoy Ireland, we love the country.:have fun:
Sue :)

jann
26-06-2011, 15:20
We stopped at Askeaton.

There was a proper service point with free water and toilet point.

Parking was on the swimming pool car park.

We stayed there on a saturday night and the last car for the pool left at 6.30 pm. Acouple of cars came in and out after that. There was a childrens play area, that again emptied between 6 and 7, with a couple of families stopping for a short while later on.

We had a very quiet night after that.

It is located on the edge of a small village. There is a petrol station and supermarket, plus a few small shops

Douzeper
18-09-2011, 13:30
Aires in Northern Ireland are, Whitehead, Broughshane, Carrickfergus and Donaghadee(not sure if Donaghadee is active yet)

Douzeper
21-02-2012, 10:59
Donaghadee Aire nearly finished, it's in situ but not open yet. Think the parking bays are not finished.

rebbyvid
21-02-2012, 18:31
Does anyone have a list of the 'aires' in Ireland? Northern and Repyblic?

Thanks
Join motorhomecraic its free and lots of info ,I've just joined and i'm going over in june .
Rob

defitzi
21-02-2012, 22:17
We were in Ireland at the end of April for a couple of weeks and used some of the aires. Broughshane is nice.. now charge a fiver to park over night and there is a charge for fresh water and electric but it's free to empty the kazi and rinse it out. Donaghadee.. just south of Belfast is in a nice spot but hadn't got it's bourne when we were there but there are public loos. Carrickfergus is another one.. it's in the main carpark near the castle. It's free to park and there is a bourne there. The other aire is at Whitehead just a few miles north of Carrickfergus.. couldn't find a bourne there tho'. These are all in Northern Ireland. There is an aire in ROI but can't remember were it is..soz.
Enjoy Ireland, we love the country.:have fun:
Sue :)

:danger:by Castle Carrickfergus very likely get hammered on especially weekends ! I write from experience not myself anymore these days but know too many who have been awakened even frightened shame but that's what is.

cobra rob
21-02-2012, 22:30
Like most places that are urban, they all can suffer from the weekend larger louts, most wilders are used to the odd tap or two once in a while. If your worried about the odd time your woke up stay in a 25 a night camp site then the only thing that is thumped is your wallet. Carrickfergus is a very popular stop over for loads of local folk who stay there time and time again.


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