Hard Standing Pitch (14 at Langstone Manor)
The Owner Says
When camping on Dartmoor National Park, Langstone Manor Holiday Park has a perfect location and offers something for everyone.
We have a mixture of grass and hardstanding camping pitches (40 pitches) with hook-up if required. All are suitable for tents, campervans, touring caravans, motorhomes and trailer tents. You have a choice of the old walled garden or the Daffodil field with terraced flat pitches offering wonderful views across the moors and countryside.
For glamping enthusiasts that want the pleasures of camping without needing your own tent, take a look at our cosy camping pods.Facilities
We pride ourselves on our award-winning immaculately kept facilities at Langstone Manor as we know how important these are to our guests. They include free hot showers, toilets, hair-dryers, nappy changers, an accessible family bathroom, under-floor heating, laundry, dishwashing area and a portable toilet liquid disposal site. There is also a grey-water waste for motor-homes and water points around the park. We are in the David Bellamy Conservation scheme and the facilities were awarded special recognition for the environmental methods we have used.
For our young visitors, we have a thumper playground surrounded by grass and picnic benches, there is also a table tennis table – bats & balls for sale in reception or bring your own.
Dogs are welcome at no extra cost (except in the pet-friendly camping pods), BUT they must be kept on a lead at ALL times whilst on the park.
About Langstone Manor
Tents, glampers, caravans, campervans, families, small groups and well-behaved dogs – yes. Noisy groups – no.
The naval port of Plymouth suffered extensive bomb damage during WW2, and for decades many dismissed the seaside town as ugly, pointing to its post-war architectural eyesores. However today Plymouth is packed with possibilities. You can tour its fabulous local gin distillery (01752 665 292), swim in the art deco Tinside lido (01752 261945), discover the underwater delights of the National Marine Aquarium (0844 893 7938), or see a top class theatre show (01752 267222). And the pièce de résistance? Plymouth Hoe; a café lined headland, offering stunning views over the bay. Take a trip to nearby Tavistock (3 miles) and see who’s performing at the Wharf an Arts & Entertainment Centre (01822 611166), a great little venue for music nights. There, the cinema links with the Meadowlands Leisure Pool in the summer holidays, so you can pop in for a swim then watch a movie. Take a cruise on the Calstock ferry (01822 833331) along the Tamar river, one of the most scenic county boundaries in Britain. Sailing times depends on the tide so be sure to check departure times in advance.
Food & Drink
The site can provide freshly baked baguettes, rolls and croissants. The manor house has an excellent lounge bar and dining room. The indoor pannier market in Tavistock along with the Farmers market (every 2nd and 4th Saturday in the month) have a great selection of local produce. Offsite, The Peter Tavy Inn (01822 810348) is a traditional 15th century pub with ancient timber beams, and in winter, cosy log fires. On warm days, the garden provides a perfect setting to enjoy a meal and a drink, looking out over the Dartmoor countryside. The Whitchurch Inn (01822 612181) is a great place to enjoy a hearty, freshly cooked meal from the seasonal menu or extensive specials board. They offer a choice of local, delicious meats for their locally renowned Sunday roast, and there’s also a varied selection of vegetarian options on offer. Tavistock is only a short drive away and has a wide selection of places to grab a good meal, including: The Cornish Arms (01822 612145), Taylors (01822 613045) and for something extra special, Gortons (01822 617581), the creation of TV chef Peter Gorton.
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Langstone Manor is located at Langstone Manor Holiday Park, Moortown, Tavistock, PL19 9JZ
Take the A30 towards Okehampton across the top of Dartmoor, then the A386 to Tavistock. From Tavistock, take the B3357 Princetown road and after approximately 2 miles turn right at the crossroads. Pass over the cattle grid, continue up the hill, and turn left following the sites sign. You will shortly see Langstone Manor on your right. IF YOU ARE TOWING OR IN A LARGE VEHICLE DO NOT FOLLOW SAT NAV.
Plymouth is the nearest train station (12 miles), with First Great Western (0345 7000 125) serving on the main line from London, some of which terminate at Plymouth. Most CrossCountry (0844 8110 124) trains from Scotland and the North of England (via Bristol) terminate at Plymouth, with three continuing to Penzance in the evening. Tavistock bus station is only 3 miles away.