With bucketfuls of sandy beaches and a warm, sheltered climate, Devon is one of the UK’s most sought after holiday spots. Staying in a treehouse in Devon elevates your trip from ‘well, that was nice’ to totally unforgettable. Where you unwind at the end of the day is one of the most important parts of the holiday, so don’t settle for bland and boring. Instead, aim high, and book a luxurious treetop perch with a bird’s eye view of the towering cliffs, mythical valleys and wild moors of this West Country wonderland. Find out more, and book one of our magical treehouses in Devon.
We’ve carefully chosen the crème de la crème of treehouses in Devon. We’ve given it even more thought then whether the jam or clotted cream comes first on a scone. (the cream, of course, this isn’t Cornwall). Our Devon treehouses offer blissful tranquillity, sweeping views and the chance to commune with nature from outdoor decks and bubbling hot tubs. On a treehouse getaway in Devon, there’s so much to do that you’ll want to extend your stay. From beautiful beaches, national parks and picturesque fishing villages to wildlife parks, gastronomic hot spots and historic houses – Devon is just showing off. It’s got it all.
Make sure your dog is barking up the right tree at one of our Devon nests, that welcome four-legged friends with open arms. Take a look at our dog-friendly treehouses in Devon.
What can I do at a treehouse? Our idyllic Devon treehouses are somewhere to press pause, inhale a lungful of fresh West Country air and slow down. You’ll feel the nostalgic thrill of childhood dens as you wander along treetop walkways, or down woodland paths, to see your luxurious nest emerge from the branches. Finding different ways to enjoy the incredible Devon views is as strenuous as it needs to get. Will you gaze out from a roll top outdoor bath with a glass of fizz; from a swaying hammock on the deck or through huge windows in the glow of the wood burner? Decisions, decisions.
Sustainability and glamping At Canopy & Stars we're committed to improving our carbon footprint and promoting positive change in the glamping sector. We've capped our destinations in over-touristed areas, we're on our way to planting one million trees, and we aim to achieve net zero by 2030. We also work closely with our owners to reduce their environmental impact and build a greener future together. If you're interested, you can find out more in our impact report.
About Canopy & Stars’ expertise We've been strolling down country lanes, navigating coastal paths and winding our way through beautiful woodland in the UK and Europe since 2010. Why? To discover the most incredible glamping places for you to stay in. We're annoyingly discerning on your behalf and 80% of applications we receive don't make the cut so those that do, have the WOW factor in spades. So far, over 200,000 guests (and a staggering 9,000 dogs!) have found a life more wild with us. Find out more about Canopy & Stars.
What makes Devon so special? The only English county with separate north and south coasts, it’s the diversity of Devon that makes it so special. From the towering cliffs of Clovelly and surfer’s paradise of Woolacombe in the north, to the sandy beaches of Bantham and Teignmouth in the south, there’s something for everyone. In between the coasts there’s Dartmoor and Exmoor; the thriving city of Exeter; RHS Rosemoor; Powderham Castle and adventure activities to suit every type of thrill-seeker. When it’s time for a break, a traditional Devon cream tea is guaranteed to revive flagging energy levels.
We're majority employee owned, which means we all get a say in how the business is run.
Our Charitable Trust uses 24% ownership of the company to support environmental causes
We're committing to raise £50,000 by 2027 to help protect nature in our national parks.