A wonderful site set in the grounds of Langstone Manor, once the family home of the famous poet, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and now a pleasant and welcoming on-site restaurant and bar.

This attractive park nestles in a sheltered woodland valley right on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, not far from the charming market town of Tavistock. The park owners pride themselves on the tranquil location and the beautiful trees and plants, encouraging wildlife by providing natural habitats. It is part of the David Bellamy Conservation Scheme.

In addition to a selection of touring pitches, there are camping pods, statics and cottages. Site facilities include hot showers, toilets, hairdryers, underfloor heating, a launderette, dishwashing area and a chemical disposal point. As well as grey-water waste disposal for motorhomes, there are water points around the park,

Younger visitors will enjoy the playground and table tennis. Dogs are welcome, but must be kept on a lead.

Overall, this is a fantastic place for enjoying the beautiful surroundings and the star-filled night skies of Dartmoor National Park, as well as a good base for exploring the Devon and Cornwall coastline.

You say…

  • Beautiful location on the moors. Site is immaculate, small and friendly. Wildflower hedgerows, a central play area. We will be back again and again and again!
  • Good pitches and facilities. Bar/restaurant a bonus. All staff extremely friendly, polite and helpful.
  • Site has everything you need. Surrounding area is beautiful, walk about 200m and you’re on the moor.