Summer campers sleep in 6 bed dorm-style rooms which are colourful and cosy and almost all have a stunning view along Killary Harbour to greet the campers in the mornings! There is underfloor heating throughout the building.
All bedrooms are en-suite with a shower. If bathrooms get a little busy there are extra changing and shower facilities available in the building. Each camper needs to bring their own toiletries.
All bed linen is provided. Campers need to bring their own towels but if at any stage they run out we will supply extras.
If your child is coming with a friend we are happy to arrange to accommodate them in the same bedroom.
All male and female campers sleep in different rooms however siblings can also share a room on their own on request.
Campers coming to Killary on their own
For those campers coming on their own that is not a problem, plenty of children do, but they have to be aged 10+ . We will accommodate them in a room with other children their own age and if possible with others who are also coming on their own.
We do recommend that you send lots of changes of clothes with your child but for those staying longer or travelling from abroad we will happily do some laundry for them to keep them going. If your child has an emergency and runs out of clean clothes that is no problem we will look after them too.
Other facilities in the Killary Adventure Co accommodation base include a drying room, changing rooms with showers, a recreation area with pool table and a large dining room upstairs. We also have a geodesic dome at the rear of the building which is used for evening activities and during very bad weather!
Need something, forget something, not happy?
We will do our best to sort out any problems or needs your children might have when they are here at Killary, all they have to do is ask. Whether it is a lost toothbrush, a forgotten bag or an extra pillow we know these things can make a big difference to the enjoyment of the camp. All of our trained staff including the Group Leaders will also be keeping a special eye out for any ways in which they can help.