Beds of Silk

Luxury Glamping on the Shannon Estuary Way

Rewind, Retreat, Relax in County Clare

About


Beds of Silk Luxury Glamping is located in Labasheeda, a picturesque County Clare village nestled by the shore of the River Shannon. The Irish translation of Labasheeda is Leaba (Bed) Sioda (Silk) -  the Bed of Silk.

THE HUTS
Each hut contains a pumped rain shower with constant hot water from our BioGas powered Boiler. A WC and natural stone wash hand basin are contained within the snug bathroom. The main room of the hut has a King sized bed for two with fresh bedsheets, a kitchenette with microwave, kettle, toaster, plug-in induction hob, pots, pans, & cutlery.

Just bring yourself and some food to cook! There is a gas barbecue outside each individual hut also for those rare but beautiful sunny days. Let us know if there is anything else we can provide and we'll do our best to meet your requirements.

MORE ABOUT LABASHEEDA
The Labasheeda Peninsula has a rich archaeological record, stretching back almost 2,000 years, with several stately homes, ancient churches, holy wells, Napoleonic Era military constructions and more, all within easy reach (and on barely-trafficked roads) by bike, car or on foot from your Beds of Silk base.

Beds of Silk was developed to provide luxury affordable accommodation for visitors to the region as the Labasheeda Peninsula and Shannon Estuary opens up to tourists who are eager to explore sights off the beaten track.

Beds of Silk is a place for you and your partner, pals, parents or siblings to get away from your daily hectic lives and rediscover true nature by the Shannon Estuary. The peace and tranquility of the surrounding area is yours to discover!

RATES
Sunday to Thursday night inclusive €100 / hut / night
Friday to Sunday night inclusive €120 / hut / night

Explore the Shannon Estuary


Explore The Shannon Estuary

Discover some of the highlights of the Shannon Estuary Way, a 207km looped drive around the beautiful and historic Shannon Estuary.

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Labasheeda - The Bed of Silk

Right on our doorstep, there's lots to explore on foot, bike or car on the Labasheeda Peninsula: local fishing spots, ancient ruins, magnificent vistas and more.

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The Shannon Dolphins

One of Europe's only resident groups of bottlenose dolphins, the Shannon pod contains over 150 dolphins, with sightings particularly common in the Labasheeda-Moneypoint stretch of the Estuary.

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The Battery

Out on the tip of the Labasheeda Peninsula, a battery fort was constructed about the year 1811, as part of the measures by the British Empire to prevent Ireland being invaded by Napoleon along its western shores.

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Scattery Island

Scattery Island packs a lot into its history: famous saints, treasure raids, the kidnapping of the King of Limerick, bloody battles with Brian Boru, and even the beast itself, An Cathach!

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The Colleen Bawn

In a July night in 1819, the tragic conclusion to a love story took place on the waters off the Labasheeda shore.

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Mr Nice in Paradise: the Howard Marks Connection

Crazy as it may seem, at one point in the 1980's, over ten percent of the entire global cannabis trade was carried out from a small cottage on the Shannon Estuary!

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Wild Atlantic Way


Wild Atlantic Way
The Wild Atlantic Way is a 2,500 km (1,553 miles) tourism trail along Ireland's rugged west coast. It features world-famous sights such as the Cliffs of Moher and Loop Head (both short drives from your Beds of Silk base).

The route has 157 discovery points in total, with more than 1,000 varied attractions and over 2,500 activities. Passing through nine counties and three provinces in total, the WAW stretches from County Donegal's Inishowen Peninsula in north Ulster all the way to Kinsale, County Cork, in Munster, on the Celtic Sea coast. The route is broken down into 5 sections:
  • County Donegal
  • County Donegal to County Mayo
  • County Mayo to County Clare
  • County Clare to County Kerry
  • County Kerry to County Cork

From your base in Labasheeda, County Clare, you are perfectly situated to take advantage of the incredible scenery on offer on two of the sections: to the south and across the Killimer-Tarbert Ferry lie the splendours of County Kerry, while to the north and west are all of Clare, Galway and Mayo's best natural spectacles.

Find further information and plan your holiday route at:
https://www.wildatlanticway.com/home/
https://www.ireland.com/en-gb/articles/wild-atlantic-way/

Contact


  • Labasheeda, County Clare, Ireland, V15 DE22
  • Shannon Estuary Drive Wild Atlantic Way