So you fancy getting back to nature and having a taste of that great outdoors everyone says is so good for you…well how about trying glamping the new big hit of the year?
You still need to bring the bare necessities of life – bedding & cooking gear but instead of having to pitch a tent you move into your chosen glamping accommodation which can be anything from a camping pod (looks like an upturned boat), a shepherds hut or a yurt – all once traditional living quarters when humans used to spend more time wandering the earth in search of food & fuel.
So glamping gives you the best of both worlds shelter from the elements without the hassle of having to take it home with you – a great idea as a gift for friends & family or for those of you with less than enthusiastic campers among the family.
Here on Dartmoor National Park and the surrounding area there is a great selection of glamping type accommodations all offering you the chance to get a taste of this wonderful part of the world – give it a go you never know you may get hooked!
Glamping the new word in the camping world.
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Set amongst delightful mature grounds in a sheltered and peaceful wooded valley on the south west edge of Dartmoor, Langstone Manor has the unique position of having direct access onto the open moor, ideal for walkers and guests with energetic dogs.
Small, safe and friendly Holiday Park, with excellent facilities. Self catering, camping, touring and glamping. Family and pet friendly.
Beautiful scenic park set beside the river Tavy in Dartmoor with delightful views of the Moor; level, sheltered and spacious.
PricePrice £13.50 per pitch (2 people) to £352.00 Per unit per week
A charming. Rustic camp site, with breathtaking views of Dartmoor, located on the Devon / Cornwall border.
PricePrice £14.00 per pitch (2 people) to £55.00 Per unit per night