Glamping in Devon i
Glamping in Devon
With two distinct coastlines, one in the north and one in the south, plus two different national parks and multiple designated areas of outstanding natural beauty, Devon has plenty to offer to glampers. If you’re a lover of the Great Outdoors then you can’t go far wrong glamping here. In the north, you’ll find glamping locations near the coast, where surfers bring their boards for some of the best waves in the UK and tourists mingle in pretty harbour towns like Clovelley, Appledore and Combe Martin. In the south, meanwhile there are glamping sites near Exmouth and all along the south Devon coast, known as The English Riviera thanks to its series of picturesque settlements, including Torquay, Paignton and Brixham. Glamping sites in this part of South Devon can boast an ideal location sandwiched between the sandy beaches and bays of the seaside and the inland hiking-haven of Dartmoor National Park. In short, wherever you go, Glamping in Devon is always a treat. Whether you’re after a beach break or fancy the open emptiness of Dartmoor and Exmoor, here at Cool Camping we’ll have found a glamping site to suit your needs. Search our hand-picked collection of Devon glamping sites below and book your next adventure online today.
Yurts, bell tents, pods and tipis, Devon seems to have them all. There is no distinct pattern to the type of glamping sites you’ll find in this area of South West England and there is no single rule to the kind of accommodation on offer. The variation, however, is all part of the fun of glamping. We’ve found shepherd’s huts and gypsy caravans, even treehouses and modern geo-domes, yet, while size, shape and price all vary, the one thing you can be sure of is every glamping recommendation on the Cool Camping website is a real winner. An innumerable number of factors goes into choosing our favourite glamping sites, from the fluffiness of the pillows to the friendliness of the owners. That’s not to say every glamping site in Devon offers a far-star luxury lodging. Far from it. There’s a truly eclectic mix of places to stay, some rustic other complete with hot-tubs, bath robes and a full English breakfast included in the price. We’re confident, however, that you’ll love every single one. So whether you’re a winter warrior snuggling away in an insulated pod or a summer glamper lounging about in a bell tent, you’ve come to the right place.
Our Favourite Things To Do in Devon
– Learn to Surf in Croyde Bay.
– Hike to Bronze Age stone circles in the heart of Dartmoor National Park.
– Walk a section of the South West Coast Path.
– Catch a ferry out to Lundy Island.
– Eat ice-cream on the waterfront in Salcombe.
– Bring bikes to cycle the renowned Tarka Trail.
– Get hopelessly lost among the dunes at Braunton Burrows.
– Lap up the dark skies of rural Devon with some late-night star-gazing.
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