You Can Stay In This Grounded Boeing 767 On The Wild Atlantic Way Very Soon
This is going to be the best fun ever
One man is about to make the Wild Atlantic Way a much more quirky and exciting place to stay with his plans to create an incredible glamping site, featuring a decommissioned Boeing 767.
David McGowan bought the plane from Shannon airport for €20,000 and will transport it via the Atlantic to its final destination in Enniscrone, Co Sligo.
The site has been given provisional planning approval and will feature old buses, trains and other areas for glamping.
This is going to be great fun for both kids and adults and a seriously innovative addition to the Wild Atlantic Way.
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You can see something very similar that has already been created here.
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