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GLAMPING HOLIDAYS IN DEVON

This is our collection of creative, surprising places to stay in Devon's great outdoors. We've found huge geodomes on the Hartland coast, treehouses on the edge of Dartmoor and safari tents in Exmoor's rolling hills. We've been inspired by stunning views from romantic hot tubs, family farms where you can meet the animals and big woodland camps perfect for a really special occasion. Each one has been carefully inspected so you know you'll have not just a lovely place to stay, but an incredible time out in nature. 

FEATURED PLACES TO STAY

Stargaze from a steaming hot tub, check out our mind-blowing one-of-a-kind discoveries, nestle into our cosiest spaces or breathe the salty sea air close to the coast.     

SEARCH BY PLACE TYPE

Morning coffee with birds singing around your treehouse, lazy afternoons stretched out on the cabin veranda, superb safari tents in rippling canvas camps or cosying up in a wheeled wonder.

SEARCH BY GUESTS

Family escapes full of discovery and nature, romantic retreats for quality time with just the two of you, or woodland adventures with your four-legged best friend. 

FEATURED PLACES TO STAY

Wolf Wood Treehouses >

Incredible treehouses just north of Dartmoor. Airy spaces of craft and art, with big sofas by the woodburners, a forest full of wildlife below and super-indulgent bathtubs on the decks. 

Treetops Treehouse >

 A luxurious multi-storey treehouse stacked in the winding boughs of a 250-year old oak tree, with cosy corners, soft leather sofas and a copper bathtub tucked away in its turrets. 

Loveland Farm >

That special place where geodomes and fashion design meet - chic style in six spaces in the Devonshire countryside, each with their own character and, in one instance, an indoor tipi nap room.

Honeyside Down >

Artist Yvette's collection of live-in canvasses - a fur-lined yurt, a love nest known as The Bird Box and the indescribable Humble Bee with its stone hot tub.

Carswell Beach Hut >

If you want seclusion, you have to work for it - scramble the cliff path down to solitude, the sea and a hot tub at this beautiful isolated cabin.