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Devon glamping breaks

Lots of open space, gorgeous views, fresh air… and a comfortable bed at the centre of it all. If that sounds like an excellent mix for your Devon holiday, then it’s time to consider a glamping break.

Devon’s favourable climate and stunning scenery make it a prime candidate for glamping holidays, whether you're looking at a week-long family holiday or sneaking off for a last-minute with your partner (or simply seeking a convenient way to do an outdoor stay without pitching a tent…) 

From coastal cabins to woodland pods to farm-based bell tents, we’ve got a whole lot of lovely options for you, so read on for more advice on picking your Devon glamping break.

Where you should stay in Devon

  • Lots of Devon locations are all geared up for family-friendly glamping, and many go beyond that with extra handy features like a play area. Devon’s seaside resorts are popular picks for family holidays: aim for somewhere like Westward Ho! for classic arcade games and crazy golf, or head south to Paignton to mix up your beach days with a zoo trip or a steam railway ride. 

  • Outdoor accommodation is a great choice for those bringing dogs along on a break too – you’ll just need to make sure you choose a dog-friendly glamping site. Devon’s generally pretty welcoming to dogs but it’s still worth picking your location wisely: stay near dog-friendly beaches like those around Teignmouth or Woolacombe, and look out for attractions like Powderham Castle where canines can come too.

  • Devon is famously the only county in England with two separate stretches of coastline – and both of them have their own individual character. Pitchup lists lots of sites for glamping near the beach, but you’ll need to decide which is best for you: choose a south coast resort like Dawlish for sandy beaches and gentle waves, stay east around Sidmouth for the Jurassic Coast, or head to the wilder north coast for surfing hotspots like Croyde (which has kit hire and lessons if you’re just dipping in for the first time).

  • Not only does Devon have two coastlines, it also has two national parks – and that means this is splendid territory for walking holidays. Look for somewhere around Lynton for coastal walks and stargazing in Exmoor, or check out Tavistock and Ivybridge for easy access to days out on Dartmoor (in the knowledge that a cosy bed awaits at the end of your hike).

  • Obviously all glamping sites come with a certain level of comfort, but if you really want to treat yourselves, take a look at our range of luxury Devon glamping options – some even come with a hot tub for the ultimate in stargazing spots. Fancy indulging in some of Devon’s finest food and drink too? Look at the area around Dartmouth for top-end eateries, or take a short hop to Salcombe to sample the local gin.

What to do in Devon 

  • Devon is packed with family-friendly attractions that make for a great day out in between beach trips and rural rambles. From the huge machines of Diggerland to the rides of Crealy Theme Park to the hilarious sheep racing of The BIG Sheep (near Bideford), there’s a wide variety of kid-pleasing places to pick from.

  • It’s tempting to think that Devon’s all about the coast and rural pursuits – but don’t write off the county’s cities, especially if you’re after something to do when the weather’s not so good. Plymouth is home to the National Marine Aquarium, gin distillery tours and the excellent The Box museum, while Exeter has the cathedral, a cinema museum and spooky tunnel tours to keep you busy.

  • From the Bronze Age relics on Dartmoor to the gothic design of Knightshayes, there’s an awful lot of history to take in while you’re on a Devon holiday. Saltram House and Arlington Court are other good places to visit, and it’s also worth delving underground at the fascinating Beer Quarry Caves, near Seaton.

Here’s how

Pitchup is designed to make it easy to find and book your break. All of our glamping sites have their own individual character, with slightly different features and facilities. Personalise your search by using the filters on this page to find the place that’s just right for you – perhaps you’d like an adults-only site, or somewhere that you can fit in some on-site fishing? Select as few or as many filters as you like and you’ll see all the options that match.

If you’re a first-time glamper, have a read of our guide to glamping for all the information you need to know: what the different options are, what to bring and how to make the most of your stay.

Of course, Devon’s not the only place to go glamping in the UK – we’ve got all sorts of great glamping options all over England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales if you’d like to expand your horizons in style.