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The site itself is spacious and well-maintained with plenty of mod-cons including individual shower rooms, toilets, laundry facilities and a washing up area. Enjoy the glamping experience to the full in your own luxury retreat, furnished with comfy beds, a dining and lounge area and even your own terrace - perfect for whiling away a relaxing evening under the stars.

The ultimate in glamping – Ready Camp tents offer a great balance between contemporary and outdoor living. With stylish features, full beds, sofa and dining facilities, you will find all that you need whether you choose to stay with us for a short break or longer holiday. There is plenty of storage in the living area and bedroom, giving you space to enjoy your stay – and a fully stocked crockery cupboard with all you will need to produce some lovely meals in your tent. The pretty decked terrace is perfectly lit for night time relaxation too. Just bring your bedding and essentials to get your holiday started! (Please note that pets are NOT permitted in our Ready Camp tents)

The historic market town of Tavistock is just a couple of miles from the campsite. It's a picturesque spot on the River Tavy with dramatic stone architecture and ancient abbey ruins, not to mention a good selection of shops, cafes, and restaurants - perfect for picking up essentials or stopping off for a bite to eat. As well as the excellent walking and cycling to be had in the area, the Award-winning Morwellham Quay living museum is only a 15-minute drive from the site and offers a stimulating and entertaining day out for all ages. The National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth is a conservation charity helping to protect the worlds oceans and a great day out for all the family.

Cyclists, listen up. National Route 27 of the National Cycle Network passes just 200 yards from Tavistock Campsite, offering direct access onto the Devon Coast-to-Coast cycle route. This section crosses from Ilfracombe to Plymouth for a stretch of 99 miles, over two-thirds of which are traffic-free. 

A 20-minute drive south of Tavistock brings you to Sheepstor - a tiny picturesque village made famous by its starring role in Stephen Spielberg's film 'War Horse'. Look out for a magnificent granite church dating back to the 15th century and a prominent rocky outcrop known as 'Sheeps Tor', after which the village was named.

Other local landmarks include Lydford, a small village around 8 miles north of the campsite. Visit the spectacular Lydford Gorge, which stretches for over a mile from the dark ravine of Devil's Cauldron whirlpool to the crashing White Lady Waterfall. Lydford is home to many other sites of interest including a 13th-century mound tower, an early Norman earthwork castle, and Saxon town defences.

Tavistock Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Higher Longford, Moorshop, Tavistock, Devon, PL19 9LQ