Award-winning holiday park located on the south-west edge of the Dartmoor National Park, near the market town of Tavistock in Devon.
Langstone Manor Park is the perfect place to switch off from the busy bustling outside world. Set on Dartmoor National Park near Tavistock in Devon it is a great place to enjoy mother nature.
Feeling a bit hemmed in? Then take a trip to the ancient, fascinating landscape of Dartmoor, one of England’s great breathing spaces.
With some of Europe’s finest archaeological remains (including circles & stone rows), burial chambers and moss-covered boulders in woods of twisted trees, a visit here feels like falling into a chapter of Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings.
Set amongst a sheltered valley in Dartmoor’s favoured south-west edge, Langstone Manor is an idyllic camping escape, perfect for those wanting to discover the brooding, windswept wilds of the adjacent moorland.
There’s a relaxed, peaceful atmosphere here, with no long list of rules and regulations. Set in the grounds of a traditional country manor, the entrance to the site (through a field of mobile homes) can be slightly off-putting, however the camping fields are truly superb.
Pitches in the Daffodil field are flat, predominantly terraced (to ensure a sense of seclusion), and offer panoramic views across the neighbouring moors. The facilities are of a high standard too. The toilet block is kept immaculately clean, with spacious, roomy showers, vanity basins and flushing toilets, whilst in cooler months the block is heated. There’s also a separate bathroom (for a small charge), ideal if you’re camping with the kids.
On a summer's day, Dartmoor is a postcard-maker's dream. Ponies wander fancy-free, sheep graze beside walking paths and the welcoming communities of Princetown, Widecombe-in-the-Moor, and petite Postbridge bustle along nicely with craft markets, small festivals and cosy pubs.
Many families bring bicycles to Langstone Manor so their offspring can tear along the purpose-built cycle ways, with The Granite Way and Drake's Trail providing spectacular, traffic free routes.
If they’re not doing that, guests can usually be found skinny-dipping in the nearby river, or swing merrily in the outdoor play area.
Mega pods have their own patio and BBQ
PV panels. Food waste compost. Recycling.
For the camping pods you will need to bring ALL your camping gear including what you sleep on. For the mega pods you will need to bring towels and bedding including duvets and pillows as well as cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils.
Langstone Camping pods are £60 a night. Langstone Mega pods are £90 a night - minimum of 2 nights on a weekend.
Please contact the park as our booking conditions have been adjusted for COVID-19.
The information and photos in this listing were supplied by Jane Kellett, the owner/manager of Langstone Manor Park.
Langstone Manor Park has been advertising on Go Glamping since October 29, 2019
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Mega pod with patio and BBQ. Pet free. Cat photo bombed!
Langstone Manor Park plan
Langstone Manor Park on Dartmoor from the air
Interior of mega pod
Large Langstone Pods
Restaurant & bar terrace
Inside a mega pod
Mega pod with patio and BBQ
6 units. Each unit sleeps 4
Minimum stay - 1 nights
The Langstone MEGA pods have a double bed, toilet, kitchenette with a sink, kettle, microwave & fridge, sofa bed with double pull-out bed, table & chairs and TV. Outside is a patio area with a BBQ, table & chairs and parking bay. For the Mega Camping Pods, you will need bedding, including duvets & pillows, towels, crockery, cutlery & cooking gear. For the mega pods there is a minimum of 2 night booking at a weekend (Friday & Saturday).
Send a quick booking enquiry to the owner and they will get back to you if they have any availability...