Cheap Glamping Break for 2 Nights £55 per Pod

Cheap Glamping Breaks

If you’re looking for a little getaway then be sure to check out these lovely glamping breaks over at Groupon.

For as little as £55 per Pod you can grab a two night break for you and your family.

There are various options available to choose from including grass pitches if you are looking for somewhere to take your own tent.

Surrounded by rolling South Devon hills and private woodland trails, Whitehill Country Park offers a countryside retreat close to the bustling coastal towns and beaches of the English Riviera. Situated just outside the idyllic Dart Estuary village of Stoke Gabriel, Whitehill Country Park is a convenient, pet-friendly base from which to explore the picturesque area.

Once home to the famous ‘Primley’ horses, the old stables and farm have been restored to provide a range of facilities, including bars, eateries and a craft centre, whilst the heated outdoor pool boasts stunning countryside views. The facilities include fresh running water, showers with hot water, toilets, family bathrooms, dishwashing facilities, waste disposal points, laundrette and a dog exercise and shower area.

The wooden glamping pods are equipped with lighting, power sockets, fold-away mattresses, heating and private decking where guests can sit back and enjoy the countryside surroundings. They are also fully insulated to keep travellers warm on chilly nights and cool on hot days, and feature double glazing and lockable doors for extra security.

Devon

Visitors are invited to explore the attractions of Devon, ranging from museums and churches to water sport activities.

Those wanting to roam the wide open spaces of the high moors may head to the Dartmoor National Park, while those desiring to admire animals may pay a visit to the Yaraks Birds Of Prey Falconry Centre or to the Donkey Sanctuary.

The local history is well preserved at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, which boasts a diversified collection of artefacts, while art exhibitions may be admired at The Burton Art Gallery and Museum. After a day of exploration, tourists may delight their taste buds in one of the local dishes, including Dartmoor beef and local ale pies.

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