Welcombe Meadow is a secluded and luxurious glamping experience in North Devon, offering many of the comforts of home in safari style tents. The safari tents, Taw & Torridge, sleep up to six in each and are fitted out for a luxurious stay. Leather sofas, wood burning stoves, electric blankets and your very own toilet pod - just a few of the things you can expect.
Take time out to sit back and relax in style, enjoying great countryside views and fabulous places to discover across North Devon.
Glamping isn't just for the summer - discover amazing autumnal colours; see the first spring flowers and enjoy frosty mornings.
Why not visit with friends or family and make it your very own campsite!
What a fabulous set up - the tent - seems like an inadequate word for something so impressive - is perfect.
The tents, Taw and Torridge can sleep up to six and are fully equipped with everything you could need for your stay. There is a fully equipped kitchen, wood burning oven, huge sofa and en-suite shower and toilet pods in each tent.
Take time just to snuggle up on the huge sofa, enjoy the wood burning range.
Thank you so much!
A beautiful place, your attention to detail and consideration has been truly appreciated. You have put 'love' into it and we had a huge sense of that, a rare thing indeed!
North Devon, has some great beaches, from the huge expanses of Woolacombe and Saunton to the secret coves, hidden between the cliffs.
With so many beaches, there's something for everybody.
Step out of the car onto the beach or walk a little further explore a secret cove.
Each tent has great facilities for cooking, use the BBQ, hire out the pizza oven or try out a huge range of fabulous eating spots - from local pubs to superb restaurants and quirky spots.
For the ultimate dining experience, relax while a local chef cooks for you in the tent.
Take time to relax and enjoy the meadow and everything else on offer - great views, 27 acres to explore, a plantation with camp fires and a den for the kids.
Venture across the wobbly bridge and walk through the fields to the village, just 5 minutes away.