16 Dec 2018
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Devon

Glamping in Devon continues to grow in popularity. New glampsites on Devon’s coast and countryside are continually popping up to accommodate visitors, and these are no ordinary offerings! From shepherd’s huts to Mongolian yurts, glampsites in Devon offer a wide range of luxury glamping holidays in some of the UK’s most scenic beauty spots.

Family glamping in Devon has really taken off with glamping accommodation in spacious geodomes down on the farm near Hartland Point. Close to the sands of Westward Ho! and the delightful traffic-free village of Clovelly, these are some of the most eco-friendly glamping pods in Devon with compost loos, solar power, wood burners and recycling points. The kids will love the beach huts for washing up, not to mention meeting some unusual farm animals!

Shepherd’s hut glamping in Devon includes a few extra home comforts such as a proper bed and Wi-Fi and kids can pitch a tent right outside the door. Devon glamping yurts can be found in lush woodland settings and if you haven’t experienced glamping pods in Devon’s Smytham Holiday Park, or a similar family-friendly glampsite, that’s a treat to look forward to.

The South Devon Coast has its own allure and is well served by glampsites. Opt for a spacious Bedouin tent, or perhaps a Mongolian yurt near Devon’s historic town of Totnes. Romantic glamping breaks in Devon don’t come much more comfortable and well-equipped than this. There’s a fire pit (BYO marshmallows!), wood-burning stoves and a well-equipped communal kitchen – or just cheat and stroll to the village pub to eat!

Dog-friendly glamping in Devon is deservedly popular with well-maintained coastal paths along the North Devon Heritage Coast, pet-friendly beaches and long walks on Dartmoor. Try geocaching to add a fun element to your walk, or Dartmoor letterboxing – a similar treasure hunt in this delightful glamping holiday region.

Tipis and safari tents in Devon put you close to many amazing attractions. Cycle the Tarka Trail, explore quaint waterfront towns such as Dartmouth and Salcombe, take a boat trip or ride the historic steam train. Beaches, museums, theme parks and zoos will be the highlights of any glamping breaks in Devon. So which glamping site will you choose first?

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