Private glamping near Paignton

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Yurt in the Orchard

1 unit · Glamping2 acres · Tiverton, England
A Yurt set alone in a 2 acre orchard down a mile long oak lined track on the edge of Exmoor. A private hot tub, as well as a private shepherds hut kitchen, shower and toilet. An idyllic and peaceful location in North Devon with 4G! The Yurt has a double bed for up to 2 adults, and a camp beds can be added if you bring up to 2 children. An additional bell tent can also be placed next to the yurt if the kids feel adventurous. Please contact us through Hipcamp following your booking if you would like to bring children.
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Private Yurt Retreat Ashmead Meadow

1 unit · Glamping1 acre · Somerset, South West England
Year-round yurt stays in a private meadow on the Somerset Levels
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Cottage Orne

1 unit · Glamping180 acres · Dorchester, England
A cabin with views on a private country estate in Dorchester
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Little Firs

1 unit · Glamping1 acre · Seaton, England
A private and spacious handcrafted shepherd's hut on the edge of a woodland near Axminster and Lyme Regis
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Bulstone Springs Devon Eco-Glamping

1 unit · Glamping40 acres · Devon, South West England
A unique combination of off-grid glamping and spa days in Devon
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Feltham’s Farm Cheese Barn

1 unit · Glamping22 acres · Shepton Mallet, England
Feltham’s Farm is a certified organic farm where we make award winning cheese. We aim to be as sustainable as possible, harvesting all our rainwater, using 40kw of solar panels, ground source heat pumps, electric vans to deliver our cheeses, growing as much of our fruit and veg ourselves. Situated in the heart of Somerset’s Blackmore vale.
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At Goathill Farm

1 unit · Glamping1 acre · Dorset, South West England
A lovely lakeside shepherd’s hut on a working farm in Dorset
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Bells at Cleavel Point

3 units · Glamping3 acres · Wareham, England
Allow us to introduce you to Bells at Cleavel Point. It's the only campsite with direct access to Poole Harbour and offers panoramic views over Brownsea Island and the small peninsula of Sandbanks. Tucked in a private woodland, down a no-through road, it would be easy to overlook this waters-edge glamping site but, trust us, you won't want to. This basic-but-beautiful bell tent site is ideally situated for exploring Dorset. Not only does it offer the chance to launch paddleboards and kayaks in to Poole's famous harbour only a five-minute walk from your tent, but it's also within reach of many of the county's iconic treasures from Corfe Castle to the Jurassic Coast. The bell tents are located within the woodland of a private estate, ensuring privacy by way of a key code provided to visitors for entry. The set-up here offers just what you need for a good night's sleep and an easy morning — tents equipped with inflatable beds for four, portaloos and a hot shower. All this means that you can leave the tents at home in favour of a pre-pitched setup. If you want things even easier, how about booking bed linen (for an extra charge) so you don't need to bring that either? And you might need that extra room in the car to take full advantage of the location. Bring swimsuits, paddleboards and kayaks for Poole Harbour, the largest natural harbour in Europe and a dream for watersports enthusiasts, and your bike to pedal around the Isle of Purbeck. There are on and off road routes providing stunning views of your surroundings from the towering chalk formation of Old Harry Rocks to Corfe Castle. Speaking of the castle, a brief drive will get you down to these millennia-old ruins, with pub gardens at The Greyhound and The Fox Inn providing a drink and a bite to eat with tremendous views of this former Saxon stronghold. But you needn't venture far out to be well-fed and watered, thanks to the on-site pop-up bar and shop, where you can pick up some barbecue bits to then cook on one of the tripods available to hire. Or, if you don't fancy cooking yourself, you can order some stone-baked pizzas and breakfast baps to be delivered right to your bell tent from owner Jon and his friendly team. It all makes for an easy getaway in one of the UK's most scenic regions, and you don't get a better combo for a glamping site than that. Communal Marquee Breakfast baps Goal post
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Toghill House Farm

1 unit · Glamping64 acres · Bristol , England
A pair of exclusive-hire bell tents on the edge of the Cotswolds, near Bath
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Private glamping near Paignton guide

Overview

Nestled within the enchanting landscapes of South Devon is the English seaside town of Paignton. Explore Tor Bay and the coast full of local fish near Broadsands Beach, which unveils the magic of the English Riviera. Its sandy shores and sparkling waters set the stage for seaside adventures. Or discover the rugged moorland of Dartmoor, where granite tors stand sentry over sweeping landscapes. Exmoor National Park also presents a symphony of moorlands and coastlines, where diverse habitats host an array of wildlife and beckon visitors to hike, bike, and embrace the great outdoors. Campers staying near Paignton can choose from a range of accommodation options, including family-friendly holiday parks with caravan sites and lodge rentals or tent pitches with waterfront views.

Where to go

Dartmoor National Park

Venture eastward to the sprawling expanse of Dartmoor National Park. Campers can discover dramatic tors like Haytor Quarry, admire springtime bluebells at Holwell Lawn, and cross the ancient Postbridge Clapper Bridge to take in views of meandering rivers that define this captivating landscape. Set up camp at nearby family-run holiday parks offering a variety of accommodations, from static caravans to luxury lodge rentals. Then, explore Totnes to enjoy campsites with facilities like an indoor swimming pool and free wifi.

Exmoor National Park

To the north lies Exmoor National Park, a captivating blend of moorland, coastline, and charming villages. Traverse the network of walking trails, from leisurely strolls along the coast to challenging hikes through trails like Valley of Rocks and Lynton. For some adventure, embark on a thrilling mountain biking excursion on Dunkery Beacon Circular, a 6.2-mile loop that winds through ancient woodlands and across rolling hills. Park the touring caravan at hardstanding pitches with on-site amenities like an outdoor pool and full electric hookup, or find a selection of camping parks that offer tent pitches and fully-furnished glamping sites near toilets, showers, and potable water.

Broadsands Beach

Broadsands Beach is a true coastal haven that beckons with its sandy shores against the backdrop of the English Riviera. Campers can indulge in water sports along Torbay such as kayaking or paddleboarding and explore Saltern Cove—a UNESCO Global Geopark Key Site. Stay at a nearby dog-friendly caravan park with sea views for a family holiday with a range of accommodations, from static caravans to touring pitches for motorhomes as well as classic tent pitches.

When to go

Paignton's camping allure spans the seasons. Summer sees temperatures averaging between 20–30°C. Hiking, beach fun, and watersports are popular during this season. Spring and fall offer milder conditions for exploring Dartmoor and Exmoor. Winter has temperatures between -5 to -10°C and brings opportunities for cosy campfires and winter sports like skiing and snowshoeing.

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