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With all the fun of camping plus the comforts of home, Devon glamping is the cool kids’ way to (not) rough it.
If you fancy staying in something that feels like a tent but is more substantial, usually with proper beds and cooking facilities and sometimes plumbing and electrics, you’ll find a good range of options for glamping in Devon.
From contemporary yurts to Medieval-style pavilions, renovated shepherd’s huts to purpose-built pods, glamping sites are dotted all over Devon, in beautiful country and coastal settings. Many also offer great ‘getting down with nature experiences’ too: expect foraging trips, campfire gatherings, woodland cafes, and the option to collect your own eggs in the morning.
Many of Devon glamping sites have won accolades, with the following recently being recognised by Visit Devon’s own Tourism Awards.
Longlands, in a private valley near Combe Martin, have five beautifully furnished luxury safari lodges in a lakeside setting with sea views – all with wood burning stoves, too.
Want to feel ‘like movie stars in your own sci-fi classic set in the beautiful countryside’? Then check out Loveland Farm in North Devon, which has a small number of other-wordly pods, plus a few tipis, all run along an ethos of environmental awareness and luxurious simplicity.
More familiar but no less fun are O’Connors Campers – a fleet of retro camper vans available to hire and ready to take you off exploring the Devon coast and countryside, and with names such as ‘Shiny Norma’ and ‘Rosie’.
And the family- and dog-friendly yurts at The Orchard Retreat are dotted around a 4 acre apple orchard, surrounded by fields and streams, all close to private bathrooms and kitchen facilities. The yurts provide off-grid living at its best, with no electricity – just the peace of lanterns, torches, candles and solar lighting.
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