Set amongst delightful mature grounds in a sheltered wooded valley on the favoured south-west edge of the majestic Dartmoor National Park, award winning Langstone Manor Holiday Park offers the perfect escape for those seeking to explore and enjoy the wide range of interests and activites the adjacent moorland has to offer. We offer a range of self-catering holiday accommodation from a manor house apartment, modern static holiday caravans & spacious well-appointed cottages. Level, well-drained pitches are available for tents, tourers and motorhomes The modern facilities are heated out of the main season.
Also available are our fabulous camping & mega pods the great alternative to camping! For the camping pods you bring ALL your camping gear including your air-beds.
The mega pods have extra luxuries - a toilet, bed, kitchenette and TV, with an outisde patio area complete with your own BBQ and outside furniture!
The Langstone Bar & Restaurant in the manor house offers evening meals & is a perfect place to relax and unwind at the end of the day.
Langstone Manor Park is an ideal place to relax, no loud music, no traffic noise, stunning starry skies, peace and quiet and of course, a friendly atmosphere. We are well placed for exploring Dartmoor, Devon and Cornwall, with Dartmoor National Park as the back garden and the exciting and vibrant market town of tavistock (with swimming pool, waterslides and cinema) just down the road. Then there is the beautiful south Devon coast a car ride away, with spectacular coastal walks and cosy fishing harbours nestled in amongst sandy beaches and rock pools.
Dogs are welcome and we have pet friendly accommodation and camping pods (not the mega pods). For children there is an outside play area with a table tennie table and in the manor house there is a games room. The bar and restaurant have seasonal opening times - please check when booking. Paid WiFi is available throughout the park.
We fully acknowledge the important part we play in providing a place for people to come and visit and with this endeavour to have as little impact on the environment whilst encouraging visitors to enjoy the great outdoors.
For the last 20 years we have developed the park always keeping in mind the local environment, we are fortunate to be in a wooded valley with a wonderful selection of trees and plants, wherever possible we have managed the flora and continued planting trees and hedges to encourage wildlife by providing habitat. Below are just some of our going green initiatives.
David Bellamy Conservation Scheme
Developed especially for holiday parks the scheme encourages parks to look after the environment. Langstone Manor has a gold award and has been especially recognised for our ‘what to do within 15 miles of the park’ maps and upgrade to our facilities which included ‘greener’ instalments.
Dartmoor First award - Dartmoor First is an award for everyone associated with Dartmoor to recognise their commitment to sustaining Dartmoor and its special qualities. The award is given by the Dartmoor National Park Authority and is about:-
Exploring where help or assistance can be given.
Where best practice can be highlighted and promoted to others
Awarding those who are making that extra effort to put Dartmoor First
We recycle as much as possible and ask that all our visitors help us; there are two recycling points on the park; we recycle paper, metal, plastic, cardboard and glass. Composting bins are available for all food waste and in the self-catering units we provide boxes for food waste for you then to transfer to composting bin near to the camping facilities building. We combine this with the grass clippings and other green waste to make a lovely compost which we can then use to feed the plants around the park.
We also have a box in the entrance to the manor house where leaving guests can leave unwanted food or other useful items rather than throwing them away in the bins. You’d be amazed at what people want to throw away!
Having upgraded our camping facilities we now have a rainwater harvesting system that feeds the toilets, motion sensors for the lighting, PV panels providing electric in the building, sun tunnels, dual flush toilets, push button taps and showers. Outside we have landscaped the area creating a wildlife haven including our own Coronation street with a terraced row of nest boxes.
All these features have resulted in us being awarded a special recognition award from David Bellamy through the David Bellamy Conservation Scheme of which we have a Gold Award.
We try and use eco-friendly, biodegradable cleaning products that haven’t been tested on animals for all our cleaning on Langstone Manor Holiday Park. We provide these products in all our self-catering accommodation.
Portable Toilet Liquid
Having our own septic system means that anything that goes into the system that has harmful chemicals in it will be detrimental to the breakdown of solids so we encourage customers with portable toilets to use bio-degradable liquids. We recommend and sell Bio-Magic.
Electric and Saving Energy
Most of our lights use energy efficient bulbs and a much as possible we are changing to LED lighting. We ask customers to switch off all electric appliances when not in use. Our renewable power is provided by a local hydro-electric scheme at Mary Tavy where you are able to visit. See www.marytavyparishcouncil.co.uk
Where possible we use emails as a form of communication with our customers to cut down on paper use. On the park we shred all sensitive documents and use it for horse bedding or compost it. With the junk and business mail we receive we use the blank reverse side of any letters for customer registration forms and phone booking forms.
And if you have any ideas or have seen something that has impressed you on other parks let us know. We all live on the same planet and want to help wherever we can.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Caravan Holiday Home||£345.00 per unit per week|
|Langstone Cottages||from £499.00 to £945.00 per unit per week|
|Large Camping Pod||£60.00 per unit per night|
|Mega Pod||£90.00 per unit per night|
|Pewtor Appartment*||from £375.00 to £675.00 per unit per week|
|Pitches allow 1 tent, campervan or touring caravan||from £19.00 to £24.00 per unit per night|
|Static Holiday Caravans||from £345.00 to £675.00 per unit per week|
*The nightly price for 2 people for Pewtor Apartment is £60 with a minimum of a 2 night stay. Extra people are £25 each a night.
The South West is generally reached via the M5 down to Exeter.
Take the A30 towards Okehampton across the top of Dartmoor, then the A386 to Tavistock.
From Tavistock, take the B3357 Princetown road. After approximately two miles turn right at crossroads. Pass over the cattle grid, continue up the hill and turn left following our sign. You will shortly see Langstone Manor Holiday Park on your right.
We advise you not to follow Sat Nav directions from the A386 because the route they suggest is very steep and narrow in places.
The closest train station is Gunnislake.
|Opening Times (21 Mar 2020 - 31 Oct 2020)|
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