Wildlands in Galway open 14 unique log cabins for breaks

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Fourteen open plan log cabins situated in the heart of Wildlands in Moycullen are available for bookings from today.

The unique detached cabins were designed by local architect Associated Design Ltd in Moycullen and many local suppliers and tradesmen worked on the cabins over the past year.

Situated just ten minutes from Galway city, Wildlands is a unique indoor and outdoor adventure centre located in twenty acres of mature woodland.

There are five different options – studio cabins, two bed family cabin, large studio cabins, large studio cabins with kids room and a large accessible cabin for those with mobility issues.

All cabins are open plan and have rustic antique details including exposed rafts and outdoor decking.

The interiors reflect the natural landscape – muted colours such as sage green and ochre are used throughout the cabins including furnishings and tiles.

The business is run by brother and sister David and Faye Bohan, who said they are excited to bring this new part of the business to life offering luxury self-catering accommodation in the heart of Galway.

All cabins are located a minute’s walk from Wildlands’ adventure hub and the award-winning Olive Tree Kitchen where the Bohan’s belief in sustainability is carried through in the use of reclaimed wood and upcycled materials, much of which was sourced from salvage yards throughout Ireland.

Environmental sustainability is core to Wildlands and architects Associated Design Ltd and planning consultants MKO worked closely with the management team to ensure environmental impact was kept to a minimum.

David Bohan said: “Our goal is to make Wildlands the number one adventure destination in Ireland and we will continue to invest in the business and our dedicated team.”

The cabins are available for breaks from today at www.wildlands.ie