Devon is widely recognised for its picturesque views and varied landscape.
With a mixture of woodland and coastal areas providing an interesting array of different areas to explore, it comes as no surprise that Devon was named as the second most popular staycation destination in the whole of the UK.
From the dynamic cliffs of the Jurassic Coast to the rich green woodland of Dartmoor National Park, those visiting Devon are rewarded with a wide range of choice of both relaxing and exciting things to do.
Devon is also known for its glamping spots. From bell tents, yurts, and glamping pods, to shepherd’s huts, cabins, and lodges, glamping in Devon is growing in popularity, and for good reason.
Glamping is a great way to surround yourself with nature, whilst still enjoying the home comforts you are used to. Devon glamping provides a refreshing escape, allowing you to immerse yourself in the beautiful natural landscape of the area, without having to compromise on a proper mattress.
We have put together this guide to some of the best Devon glamping sites. So whether you have been many times before or you are considering glamping in Devon for the first time, you will be all set with all the information you need to choose the perfect place to stay.
Glamping Sites in Devon
Higher Brook Shepherd’s Hut, Totnes
Higher Brook Shepherd’s Hut in Totnes provide a tailored experience to give you exactly the Devon glamping holiday you are looking for. After checking yourself in to the Shepherd’s Hut using a smart lock system, you will be greeted with a welcome breakfast and tea and coffee on arrival. Then it is up to you- if you would like more of a ‘bed and breakfast’ style of hosting, the owners are happy to chat and can give you recommendations on nearby places to visit, or they can leave you to it if you would prefer explore the area on your own or enjoy the peace and quiet.
Whitehill Country Park, Paignton
Whitehill Country Park has a range of insulated eco glamping pods, as well as luxury lodges. The lodges are equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi, and each one has its own private hot tub, so you can have a truly relaxing break.
Hemsford Yurt Camp, Totnes
Choose from one of four authentic Mongolian Yurts, or a Shepherd’s Hut at Hemsford Yurt Camp’s off grid site. Overlooking the River Hems, this is a tranquil spot, surrounded by fresh green countryside.
For more information, see: www.devon-yurts.co.uk/
Sunridge Glamping, Yealmpton
Sunridge Glamping has luxurious carpeted bell tents, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the South Devon countryside. The luxury shower block with underfloor heating even has mood lighting, so you can stay nice and relaxed whilst you are on your glamping getaway.
Read more at: https://www.sun-ridge.co.uk/
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Bowacre Glamping, Exeter
Bowacre Glamping in Exeter is set in a beautiful spot overlooking Hittisleigh Wood. If you’re looking to get away and spend some time in nature, Bowacre is the perfect place to do just that. From the comfort of your bell tent, you can relax and fall asleep to the sound of owls and nature from the nearby wood. The location of this site is ideal for long nature hikes and days out exploring the countryside, such as the breathtaking Canonteign Falls in Exeter.
Westland Farm, Barnstaple
Westland Farm offer both a Mongolian yurt and a shepherd’s hut in a secluded site in the heart of the North Devon countryside. The Mongolian yurt is equipped with a comfortable memory foam mattress on a double bed, as well as home comforts such as flushing toilets, a kitchen area, and access to a washing machine and tumble drier. The shepherd’s hut contains a kingsize bed and a child’s bunk bed. With a wood burning stove, a dutch oven and a fire pit, you’ll have everything you need to stay cosy on your glamping break.
Find out more at: westlandfarm.co.uk/
Deers Leap Retreat, South Molton
Deers Leap Retreat have a range of five and 6 metre bell tents. The bell tents can be booked together or separately, depending on the size of the group. Furnished with real beds, comfortable mattresses, and feather duvets and mattresses, this is a great place to enjoy the setting of camping in nature, whilst enjoying the comfort of a relaxing night’s sleep.
For more information, see: deersleapretreat.co.uk/glamping/
Dreamhuts Retreat, Kerswell
If you prefer your glamping breaks a little more glamorous, Dreamhuts Retreat in Kerswell could be just what you’re looking for. With luxury features such as underfloor heating, an LCD TV, and a powerful shower, you’ll feel right at home. Each hut even has its own private hot tub, so you can relax under the stars and return home feeling refreshed.
Find out more at: http://dreamhuts.co.uk/
Lydford Farm, Nr Ilfracombe
Lydford Farm has a choice of two shepherds’ huts: Copperas Shepherd’s Hut; and Wild Pear Shepherd’s Hut.
Copperas Shepherd’s Hut benefits from a fire pit, an en-suite shower room with hot water, Wifi, and views of the sea- while Wild Pear Shepherd’s Hut has a wood burning stove. a power sprung mattress, and cooking facilities.
Read more here: https://www.lydfordfarm.co.uk/shepherd-huts
Quarry Pods, Holsworthy
If the thought of getting cold in the Winter is on your mind, you might want to try Quarry Pods. These glamping pods are nice and warm even in the Winter, thanks to their double glazed windows and walls that are lined with sheeps’ wool. And to top it off, they are also fitted with an electric heater to keep you toasty and warm.
More info at: https://www.quarrypods.co.uk/
Coastal Cabins, Bideford
If you don’t fancy a bell tent, a shepherd’s hut, or a glamping pod, how about a cabin?
Coastal Cabins in Bideford have ten cabins to choose from. With plenty of facilities on site, such as a fully stocked fishing lake, a full size tennis court, a barbecue cabin, and a ‘Wild Spa’ hot tub area, there are plenty of things to keep you entertained.
Read more at: https://www.coastal-cabins.com/
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