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The Old Rectory Caravan and Camping Park

From £12/€16.68/A$23.01/US$17.91/CHF17.23 (for 1 night, 2 adults)

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  • Family-run park in an AONB on the border of Devon and Cornwall
  • Free-range eggs, bacon and sausages produced on site
  • Dog-friendly with designated dog-walking field

Devon or Cornwall, Cornwall or Devon? There are certainly worse decisions to make in life, but many that are far less tricky. The good news is that at The Old Rectory Caravan and Camping Park in Tavistock, you’ll be slap bang on the border of these bountiful counties, so you can explore the delights of both with total ease.

Enjoy a slice of relaxed and self-sufficient living at The Old Rectory but fear not, simple living is no less comfortable at this family-run park. Alongside the modern loo and shower blocks, which have disabled access, the site also has a laundry room, a washing-up area, and a super kids’ play area with swings and a slide.

Little extras to aid your transformation into a fully-fledged country connoisseur include welly loan, a welly and bike cleaning area and plenty of recycling facilities (to keep your stay green through and through).

Fill your tums farmers-style with the free-range eggs, sausages and bacon produced on site, which the owners will handily pop in to the small communal fridge for you, and, when the weather’s right, even some home-grown veggies fresh from the polytunnel. Just pop your pennies in the honesty box to cover what you take.

For after dinner, there’s an on-site book exchange or you can get starry eyed as you gaze at the dark skies above in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

There’s a smallholding on site that little Old Macdonalds in the making will love trotting around and sticking their snout into. Chickens (rare breed and vorwerk cockerel, Aylesbury ducks, Gloucester Old Spot pigs, Suffolk and Herdwick sheep, Shetland ponies and even a new native beehive are all there to greet guests. If you’re bringing your own well-behaved four-legged companion, they can be exercised in the site’s designated dog-walking field.

Silver David Bellamy Conservation Award

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Single-sex bookings of 3 or more people are not permitted via

No hen/stag parties permitted via

We cater for families and couples only. No mixed adult groups permitted.

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Terms and conditions

Please read the park terms and conditions below and the terms and conditions.


Dogs must be kept on leads and supervised at all times.

Fouling must be cleaned up immediately.


Guests are asked to avoid any noise or nuisance that may disturb other clients.

Radio, music and TV players must be kept at a low volume. Car doors and boots must be closed quietly.

The management reserves the right to deny access or terminate the stay of those guests whose behaviour is deemed unsuitable. No refunds will be offered.


No hen/stag parties permitted via

Single-sex bookings of 3 or more people are not permitted via


Please be considerate of the natural surroundings, plants and trees. It is forbidden to put nails/tent pegs in trees and to cut any branches.

Please keep your pitch and the facilities tidy and clean.

The establishment is not liable for any damages to guests’ equipment. Guests must have civil liability insurance.


Children must be supervised by their parents at all times.


The speed limit is 5mph.


Hosts are responsible for their behaviour.

Visitors must register at reception and pay their fee.

Additional terms

Pods are to be kept clean and tidy. Smoking is prohibited inside the pods.

Everybody must follow any further safety notices / rules that maybe posted around the site.

Use care whist using barbecues; do not burn the grass or hedges; use the bricks provided for disposable barbecues.

While we encourage visitors to see our animals, we ask that children are always supervised and obey any keep out signs, do not feed the animals unless invited to by the owners, and treat them with respect. Failure to comply will result in your party being asked to leave the site, without any refund.