From found huge geodomes on the Hartland coast, treehouses on the edge of Dartmoor and safari tents in Exmoor's rolling hills, glamping in Devon has never been such an adventure. Glamping in Devon can be stunning views from romantic hot tubs, family farms where you can meet the animals or big woodland camps perfect for a special occasion. No matter which you’re after, we’ve inspected every space, so all you have to worry about – is fitting it all in.
If you’re looking to go glamping in Devon, chances are, you’ve looked around. We’re betting you couldn’t find another part employee owned, small, independent travel company, with a focus on sustainability? No? Well, here we are. We only work with owners who have put their heart and soul in a place, and we inspect every single cabin to make sure that it matches what we know our audience love about our places. Whether you’re looking for a romantic spot for two, a fun family place, or a group space for friends, you’re spoilt for places to go glamping in Devon.
Mya-Rose Craig, also known as Birdgirl, speaks to us about why we should all go birding, how to get started and what birds to look out for.
What can I do at these spaces? The more you go glamping, the more you realise its potential. First time? You can barely step away from the treehouse verandas, climb out of the wood-fired hot tubs, or stop sipping prosecco in the outdoor baths – but it soon reveals many more possibilities. Positioned next to award-winning beaches, epic hiking, coveted wild swimming spots and areas of incredible wildlife abundance – our spaces aren’t just places to stay, they’re the doorway to adventures.
How do I find the perfect space for me? How do you know who to book with? Unsure of where to go? Speak to our Guest Experience Team to get matched with a perfect stay. When considering customer satisfaction, look at NPS scores. A score above 0 is good, above 20 favourable, above 50 excellent, and above 80 is world class. Our NPS score hasn’t fallen below 84 for 3 years. Ask us about your next stay.
What does sustainability mean when it comes to glamping? Canopy and Stars have been seeking out special spaces since 2010. Going glamping has changed drastically since then, and so has the standard in sustainability. We’ve worked alongside owners to adapt spaces – setting up solar panels, rewilding overly manicured green spaces, or choosing their materials from sustainable sources. We advise new owners on how they can adapt their spaces to make every difference possible to emissions when glamping. Find out more about our work here.
What's our expertise? With 12 years' experience in sussing out unique glamping spaces, in the UK and in Europe, and 24 years' experience in travel – we use our knowledge base to give greater access to wild spaces, being accommodated to the highest standards or even just how comfy the beds. Nearly 200,000 Guests (and a staggering 9,000 dogs) have now used our collection to get outdoors. We’re not just a glamping company – we’re the glamping company.
We’re majority employee owned, with a shared commitment to fair, ethical business practices
Our Charitable Trust uses 24% ownership of the company to support environmental causes
We plant a tree for every booking through the charity Treesisters and get our hands dirty in many local initiatives