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 The Safari Tents 

 

The tents, Taw and Torridge, are named after two local rivers. They both sleep up to six in each and have everything you could need for your stay, from fresh linen to sumptuous showers.


There is a fully equipped kitchen, wood burning oven, huge sofa and en-suite shower and toilet pods.


Take time just to snuggle up on the huge sofa and enjoy the wood burning range.

 Eating 

The kitchen includes a fridge/freezer, with on demand hot water. There are electrical sockets around the tent and wi-fi available if required.

To help you discover the countryside and coastline, we've included a range of great books and guides.

The solid oak worktop came from  an old tree in the meadow.

 Sleeping 

The tent can sleep up to six with a double bedroom, a twin single and sleeping cabin, for a unique sleeping experience.

 

Sheets, duvets and pillows are all provided, each room has storage for clothes.

 

Electrical sockets in each room for the essential hair dryer.

Cots are available.

 Facilities 

Each tent has it's own shower and toilet pods, on the same deck as the tent, no long walks to the loo at night!

The shower is thermostatically controlled, with on-demand hot water.

Included with each tent are a BBQ and starter plus complimentary charcoal, wood for the stove and all your towels and linen.

 

 The Location 

Welcombe Meadow is set in a small meadow with fantastic views across the Devon countryside. Based on Welcombe Farm, you can explore 27 acres, with woodland, a plantation and the Wobbly Bridge - built especially for the site. Although secluded and peaceful, the tents are only a five minute walk from the local village, with two great pubs and a terrific village shop.

 
 
 
 

  Beaches  

 

  Days Out  

There's something for everyone to enjoy in North Devon, from RHS Rosemoor for the budding gardener to the Milky Way for the kids.

 

There are so many places to visit and things to do.

For the family, enjoy the attractions around the area, including The Big Sheep and The Milky Way.

 

If it's wet, try the Roller Arena or the Funderzone.

North Devon has a huge range of places to visit, whatever the weather.

  Secret Spots ...ssh!  

A little local knowledge can lead you to some amazing spots around North Devon. 

Please ask us about beaches and places, a little off the beaten track, that we love and are amazing to discover and explore.