A time to rest, a space to relax...
With plenty to see and do in this part of the country your stay here makes it the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy the scenic views across the valley.... take in the smells of the clean Devon fresh air, as the cool wind tickles your face and the sun leaves you with a warm relaxing glow.
We're only a 15 minute drive from Cornwall so why not take a short drive where you can visit plenty of Cornish and Devon beaches and shops.
A Glamping Holiday at Larkworthy Farm near Holsworthy, Devon is the ideal place to rest and recuperate away from the woes of every day stress leaving you feeling refreshed and revitalized.
North Cornish Coast
Devon coastal footpaths, golden sands, picturesque fishing villages and rugged cliffs.
Stunning and beautiful with great beaches, the North Cornish coast is ideal if you love the waves, walking the coastal footpaths or visiting its picturesque ports and harbours. The thriving seaside town of Bude offers sandy beaches, a sea pool, canal walks, shops, galleries and cafes to enjoy and wonder through. Cornwall is a beautiful part of the world with stunning towns and countryside.
You may choose to cycle the traffic free Camel Trail from Wadebridge to Padstow and reward yourself with delicious fish and chips.
Travelling north of Bude, Cornwall back towards Devon you may wish to stop off and visit the National Trusts smallest property of Hawkers Hut.
Moving on up the coast in North Devon, you will find Hartland Quay with its rugged cliffs and spectacular rock formations, or maybe you would like to step back in time and walk the cobbled street of Clovelly where you’ll pass charming fishermen’s cottages on the way to the harbour.
Or take a boat from Ilfracombe in North Devon to visit the famous Lundy Island, with it's variety of wild birds, sea life and rugged coastline.
Dartmoor Southern Devon
Granite outcrop tors, open moorland, forests and wetlands.
Dartmoor National Park is in the County of Devon with its natural and rugged landscape is famous for its granite outcrop tors, open moorland, forests and wetlands provide plenty of space to walk and explore.
The Dartmoor ponies roam the large open spaces along with hardy cattle and sheep.
Delightful Widecombe in the Moor is just one of many villages where you may wish to stop off for a Devon Cream tea or visit one of Dartmoor’s many historic inns.
Other places in Devon well worth a look include Lydford Gorge, Buckfast Abbey, Clapper Bridge and ancient Wistman’s wood to name but a few. Devon has many beautiful old English villages to visit when you stay in our Luxury Glamping Pods here in Holsworthy North Devon.
The Historic town of Launceston situated in the beautiful scenic countryside of Cornwall has much to offer, from castles to steam railways and stunning countryside views. Visit the Launceston Castle built in the 13th Century, it gives fantastic views over the town and Cornish countryside and the Castle green is the perfect spot for a picnic.
The Launceston steam railway gives another insight of how life used to be when freight and passengers used the Victorian locomotives. See where the famous writer / poet and local lad Charles Causley lived or visit the Magdalene Church with its beautiful Cornish wood carvings.
Roadford Lake West Devon.
Scenic walks and cycle paths provide a great day out with plenty to see and do throughout Devon.
Roadford Lake offers a great day out with plenty to do, with a variety of popular outdoor pursuits and an activities centre which offers a variety of water sports and land based activities from sailing , windsurfing, kayaking to high ropes and climbing.
Or you may choose to just enjoy the scenic walks or cycle routes that West Devon has to offer you.
Bude has has been voted as the Best UK Coastal Town in Devon for three consecutive years, winning a section of Gold, Silver and Bronze awards in the British Travel Awards.
Bude is an ideal place for families, couples and individuals to spend their spare time at and have fun and laughter all the way. Walkers, cyclists, surfers and swimmers flock to the coastal town of Bude in Devon to visit it's spotlessly clean beaches and wild coastline. Bude also has a hidden secret of secluded golf courses and brilliant sea and coarse fishing.