Longlands Glamping

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  • #Hot Tub
  • #Dogs
  • #Glamping
  • #Eco
  • #Groups
  • #Romantic
  • #Family
  • #Rural
  • #Safari Tent

£1,300.00 up to £2,175.00 per week as of 07/12/2023

Leave the endless hassles of the everyday behind and arrive at Longlands to find a simpler way of life. Blending the Great Outdoors with the comforts of home, it is a magical place where you will revive your soul. Walk barefoot on the sandy beach or go boating on the lake, stopping off to spot the red deer along the flourishing nature trails. Longlands Glamping is set near the North Devonshire coast and has five safari lodges in an exclusive, country expanse. Hidden away from the bright lights and hustle of the city, it is an enchanting place for all of the family. In the day, you can explore the rugged, rural scenes discovering ancient woodlands, babbling brooks and lush, valley greens. In the night, you can look up and wish upon a star as you’re treated to the twinkling vistas looking down on Exmoor. The five luxurious safari lodges are set within this stunning, country setting and have been lovingly handcrafted to provide you with the ultimate glamping comforts. Their canvas structures are set on their own sturdy wooden platforms and are built into the grassy hillsides looking out towards the coastline. Their open-air decks are perfect for soaking up the views and even lead up to a BBQ platform. Toast marshmallows on the fire and reconnect with loved ones, playing fun, family board games long into the evening.

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  • Turners Woodland Suite

    • 4
    • 2 nights min stay

    When Chris and Tracey set up home at Acorn Farm they transformed a former chicken shed into their house – they still live there now, but have added a shepherd’s hut and now a woodland camp to their motley crew of rustic handmade homes. Turner’s Wood has also been lovingly crafted by their own hands: a roof fashioned from an abandoned sail, paint brushes as (genius) draught excluders and a separate hut built from fallen trees in the woods. This being used as a kitchen and lounge, with a breakfast bar, mains water and good lighting – all for your own use.Here you’re tucked away in a peaceful patch of oak and beech woodland – no WiFi, but phone signal if you’re desperate – with logs for the wood-burner and hot water bottles to warm you, a chest full of linens and fairy lights twinkling in the gloaming. Both the shepherd's hut and the yurt can be heated, so you'll be cosy year-round. There are lots of spaces around to spread out into, with sports equipment and board games to keep families of all ages entertained. Chris and Tracey really have thought of everything, including treats, toys and blankets for dogs, and games for kids and adults. There's even a treehouse shower halfway up an ancient oak (complete with hot mains water!) and a compost loo with sawdust for sprinkling.Foraging for mushrooms for your campfire breakfast, getting stuck into your welcome hamper and toasting marshmallows together are all excellent reasons not to leave your little haven of quiet. Should you want to stray further afield you’re on the fringes of Dartmoor, with two great pubs and an Italian within striking distance of the farm. But why leave? Bring dogs to run free, horses for leisurely hacks (they’re welcome too) and befriend the sheep who also call your camp their home; only their soft bleating disturbs the peace. Chris is on hand and happy to drive you and your kit across the fields in his 4x4, while Spreyton village is a ten-minute walk for stocking up on supplies in the community store. He and Tracey live at the top of the hill overlooking Acorn Farm’s 45 acres, and also run an antiques shop on site selling fabulously retro collectibles like books and board games. This is a place of wild and private freedom and openness. And tiny pigs!

    £155.00 per night

  • The Brake

    • 4
    • 3 nights Min Stay

    The colour and light of this romantic retreat are a beautiful blend of art and craft, which is what you’d expect in a cabin built by an artist and a craftsman. Nick made most of the furniture and Dolly’s creativity brings the colour, along with a scattering of finds from their life in Mexico and extensive travels. The style is easily matched by the substance, with a big double bed, fully-equipped kitchen and modern shower room with Mexican tiles and a handmade copper sink, meaning you have everything you need in the intimate, characterful space. There’s also bunk space cleverly installed above the sofa so you can bring the kids. Just outside the cabin you’ll find Jackson’s stand out feature, the private wood-fired hot tub surrounded by trees and shrubbery in a corner of the garden. With the lanterns lit and the stars out above you, a late night soak adds an extra dash of magic to a restorative, romantic break. If you’re not content to spend time just soaking and lounging, Nick and Dolly, who live on site can include you in their summer Monday pizza events using the great earth wood fired oven. They can also give you pointers on exploring south Devon, from canoeing on the river Dart, walking the Kingsbridge estuary to wild hikes on Dartmoor. There’s great surfing at Bantham beach, hidden coves all along the coastline and quaint country villages with pubs serving superb local ale. At the end of a day the cabin welcomes you home to pull up a chair by the wood burner and enjoy the quiet as you wait for the hot tub to heat.

    £148.50 per night

  • The Beach Hut

    • 4
    • 2 nights min stay

    THE BEACH HUT - This spectacularly secluded cabin has a rare weekend of availability in June! Off-grid and located in South Devon, The Beach Hut isits n the most jaw dropping location with a hot tub, barbecue and its own private beach - The ultimate romantic bolthole! THE HIGHLIGHTSUnbeatable views of the sea from the hut and the outdoor hot tubPerfect for 2 – a loft-style double bed can be found above the living areaClose to Plymouth, Dartmoor National Park and numerous fine beachesKeep warm inside – a woodburner and gas hob ensure a cosy stay and hot mealsYOU SHOULD KNOWChildren and dogs are not allowed at The Beach HutYou can park your car at Carswell Farm, around 15 minutes’ walk away. The hut is then accessed on foot – wear sturdy shoes and don’t bring too much luggageThis place is perfect for a digital detox- there is no WiFi.The bed is accessed by a ladder.

    £430.00 to £752.50 per night

  • Salcombe Habour Hotel

    • 4
    • 3 nights

    OVERVIEW Salcombe Harbour Hotel & Spa is a waterside stay in south Devon with a yacht-club feel. The hotel's estuary-side seat promises views of merrily bobbing boats, and its terrace is a prime spot for watching the pageantry of Salcombe Regatta, come August. Rooms have a swish seaside aesthetic, decked out in blue and white, with driftwood and wicker furnishings, and coastal-kitsch knick-knacks. Take traditional afternoon tea, with lashings of clotted cream, indulge in trawlerman-turned-chef Alex Aitken’s comfort food, or buoy up with a holistic Espa treatment – for landlubbers and yachtsmen alike, this bolthole's a breath of fresh sea air…ACCOMMODATIONThe hotel has 49 rooms and one suite. All come with Harbour Hotels’ little luxuries, including 400 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, complimentary gin & sherry, and The White Company toiletries.COSY DOUBLE ROOMSleeps 2 guests 11.5m² Photos 13 – 14 Prices from £216 per nightThese aptly named rooms are great for twosomes. Decked out in nautical chic – blue and white linens, driftwood and wicker furnishings – these rooms have a double bed (which, at 4ft 6" is rather cosy indeed) and an ensuite with a power shower. Each room has a free decanter of gin and sherry, tablet, flatscreen TV, CD/DVD player, iPod dock, free WiFi, minibar, tea and coffee-making facilities, minibar, White Company toiletries.DOUBLE ROOMSleeps 2 guests 11m² Photos 15 – 16 Prices from £226 per nightYou may not get water views, but these rooms are suitably stylish, outfitted like the cabin of a luxury yacht in a blue and white palette, with wicker furnishings. There’s a double bed and a bathroom with a combined shower and bath tub and heated towel rails. Each room has a free decanter of gin and sherry, tablet, flatscreen TV, CD/DVD player, iPod dock, free WiFi, minibar, tea and coffee-making facilities, White Company toiletriesESTUARY GLIMPSE DOUBLE ROOM WITH JULIETTE BALCONYSleeps 2 guests 12m² Photos 17 - 19 Prices from £286 per nightDecorated in shades of cream and periwinkle, these 130sqft rooms allow you to peek at the estuary from the decorative balcony. There’s a double bed – we love the navy ‘Shh’ pillows – and the bathroom has a combined bath tub and shower. Each room has a free decanter of gin and sherry, tablet, flatscreen TV, CD/DVD player, iPod dock, free WiFi, minibar, tea and coffee-making facilities, minibar, White Company toiletries.ESTUARY GLIMPSE ROOM WITH BALCONYSleeps 1 guest 13m² Photos 17 - 20 Prices from £296 per nightHigh-seas-chic in style, with cream and blue hues and wicker furnishings, this luxurious 140sq ft room allows you to spy the estuary from your balcony, where you’ll find everything you need to keep you cosy – a pashmina, rug, binoculars and slippers – in your balcony basket. There are decanters of free gin and sherry indoors too, if you need something stronger… There’s a double bed, and an ensuite with a combined shower and bath tub. Each room also has a tablet, flatscreen TV, CD/DVD player, iPod dock, free WiFi, minibar, tea and coffee-making facilities, minibar, White Company toiletries.ESTUARY VIEW DOUBLE ROOM WITH BALCONYSleeps 2 guests 13.5m² Photos 21 – 23 Prices from £316 per nightOn various floors, are restful in shades of cream and baby blue. From the balcony – where you’ll find a basket filled with goodies (binoculars, rug, pashmina and slippers) – you can watch boats sail along the estuary. There’s a king bed, and in the ensuite bathroom there's a shower and heated towel rails. Each room has a free decanter of gin and sherry, tablet, flatscreen TV, CD/DVD player, iPod dock, free WiFi, minibar, tea and coffee-making facilities, minibar and White Company toiletries.DELUXE ESTUARY VIEW WITH BALCONYSleeps 2 guests 14.5m² Photos 24 - 26 Prices from £346 per nightWe love the thoughtful details in these 154sq ft rooms: the decanters of free gin and sherry, the balcony baskets with a pashmina, binoculars, rug and slippers, and the pretty local artwork on the walls. The style reflects its waterside setting, with striped and floral-print blue and white textiles, wicker furnishings and driftwood accents. There’s a double bed, and the bathroom has a shower and roll-top bath tub and heated towel rails. Each room also has a tablet, flatscreen TV, CD/DVD player, iPod dock, free WiFi, minibar, tea and coffee-making facilities, minibar, White Company toiletries.ESTUARY VIEW SUITESleeps 2 guests 17.75m² Photos 27 - 31 Prices from £383 per nightThis nautical-chic 190sq ft room is decorated in blue and white, with designer driftwood-and-wicker furnishings. There’s a double bed, a sitting area and panoramic estuary views from the private, furnished balcony. A basket with cosy throws, local guide and binoculars help make the most of the setting. Each room has a free decanter of gin and sherry, tablet, flatscreen TV, CD/DVD player, iPod dock, free WiFi, minibar, tea and coffee-making facilities, minibar, White Company toiletries. FACILITIES EAT & DRINKUnlike other hotels, Harbour Hotels pride themselves on offering our guests in-house award-winning restaurants – using seasonal, locally-sourced ingredients - and in-house vibrant bars.THE JETTY, SALCOMBEAn all-day seafood bar & grill, with jaw-dropping panoramic views over Salcombe Estuary from the dining room and outdoor terrace. Following the award-winning Jetty concept, dishes showcase regional flavours, using local produce and seasonal ingredients.BEACH CLUB SPAOpening late November, our beach club spa features an indoor swimming pool, sauna and steam room and state-of-the-art gym. Inside our five relaxing treatment rooms, guests can enjoy our own range of marine-inspired treatments alongside a selection of luxury Temple Spa experiences.GYMShape up, feel goodGym enthusiasts can choose to join one of our high-energy fitness classes or head outdoors for some calming yoga. From wild swims, coastal hikes, sea kayaking or a morning run around the bay, our range of wellness classes are great for mind, body and soul.

    £1,099.19

  • Hillside Ashprington

    • 4
    • 2+

    Hillside Ashprington is a beautiful 19th-century cottage, located by one of Devon's best wine estates and only a stone's throw from the quirky town of Totnes. The cottage is full of artisan touches such as a crafted kitchen, lime-plaster walls, and a wildlife garden. Enjoy the cottage whatever the weather, sitting out with the sun on your face or sheltering in the cosy living room! Sleeps 4 🛏️

    £184-330 per night (minimum stay is 2 nights)

  • Cidermakers Cabin

    • 4
    • 2 nights min low season 3 nights high & Weekends

    Perched on a green and wooded hill in some marvellous rolling Devon countryside, Cidermaker's Cabin is an exquisitely designed and built shepherd's hut available as a self-catering space for couples and individual travellers looking to spend time in nature. Newly built and brimming with elegant features, local art and first-class amenities, Cidermaker's Cabin is the ultimate getaway for anybody who wants to immerse themselves in nature without compromising on luxury and comfort. The cabin itself is deceptively spacious inside, making good use of smart design, large windows and natural wood finishes to create a comfortable space which two people can easily coexist in. The cabin occupies a small footprint, but happily contains everything that a resourceful couple could need for a restorative time away. There is a full kitchen, with a two-burner hob, oven/microwave and even a butler's sink, as well as ample preparation space, perfect for cooking up everything from a slap-up breakfast before you hit the footpaths to a romantic evening meal to be enjoyed with a glass of cider on the deck outside. Off the main space, you'll find a built-in king sized bed, occupying the entire width of the cabin, and benefitting from the same high vaulted ceiling which characterises the space. The bathroom is contemporary, with a high-pressure rain shower heated by an external boiler. Throughout the interior, beaded lumber, neutral tones and subtle, whitewashed finishes come together to create an elegant and subtle space. When it rains, snuggle up inside with a good book and a cup of tea, and when the sun shines, head out in the surrounding region with a picnic, taking in the Exmoor light, warmth and unique flora. Typically guests at Cidermaker's Cabin spend their time hiking in nature, before returning home to sit out on the timber porch with a glass of locally made cider before cooking a meal together using seasonal ingredients. For anyone who loves nature and being outside, the area is dreamy in all four seasons, and there really is nothing like coming home to your own cosy space for a hot shower, a cold drink, and another evening with only the sounds of the wind in the trees as you drift off to sleep. While the cabin is secluded, the nearby village of Meshaw is a quaint and historic settlement, and is ideal for enjoying a pint of local cider in a charming pub, picking up local meat, vegetables, bread and cheeses, and taking in some history and culture. The beaches and coast are within easy reach, and there are dozens of footpaths, cycle trails and hikes nearby.

    £95.00 per night

  • Brunel Boutique Railway Carriage

    • 4
    • 7

    Boutique Railway Carriage accommodation with sea views, in the popular seaside resort of Dawlish Warren. With 3 bedrooms, 1 double and 2 bunk beds. Open plan living space with TV, kitchen area with microwave and dishwasher. Communal sitting-out area with garden furniture. No pets.

    £7.00 nights from £768

  • Braunds Sail Loft

    • 4
    • 3 nights Min Stay low season 7 nights high seasons

    Okay, we're a bit obsessed with Braunds Sail Loft and its perfect blend of modern luxury and rustic charm. Located on Devon's North Coast, it was once a sail repair workshop, now an enviable holiday home for 10 guests. Discover the character of its former use in the stylish bedrooms and snug living space, where you will find exposed stone walls, historic windows, and vaulted ceilings. At the heart of the house however is a contemporary and cool open-plan kitchen/diner, with huge sliding doors opening out onto the inviting courtyard. Here you'll find plenty of space to sit and relax, a barbeque, and a firepit to gather around at the end of the day. Sleeps 10 🛏 Dog-friendly 🐾The highlights This beautiful building has been expertly and sympathetically restored by a team of architects to create a luxurious holiday home for 10 guests while retaining the character of the original sail workshop. Relaxing open plan living space leading out onto a private courtyard via huge sliding glass doors. Fire pit, barbecue and outdoor dining space located in the courtyard along with a dedicated wetsuit drying area and storage for beach gear. Located in the village of Braunton within walking distance of shops, cafes and restaurants and just a five-minute drive from Saunton Sands and Croyde Bay.

    £1,980.00 up to £4180 per week