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Luxury GLamping in Devon


Beara Lodge luxury glamping is situated equidistant from Dartmoor and the North Devon coastline at Bude, easy to find on the A3072 about 20 minutes from the A30 at Okehampton.

Beara Lodge Glamping Address

Beara Lodge, Highampton, Beaworthy, Devon, UK, EX21 5JJ

07788 583540

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Luxury glamping in Devon countryside

Glamping Devon countryside in Luxury Safari Tents for the best UK Glamping in North Devon experience

Beara Lodge glamping is situated in the heart of the Devon countryside, just outside the sleepy village of Highampton. The nearest beach is only 25 minutes away and the heart of Dartmoor can be accessed in only 20 minutes by car.

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Local amenities

North Devon Coast and Beaches Nearby. Swimming, surfing, walking, fishing.

- Archery

- Bude/beach

- Dartmoor

- Eating

- Fishing

- Walking

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Beautiful locations

Devon glamping offers luxury glamping in  countryside such as Dartmoor, Exmoor and North Devon coast

Two Bridges

Hay Tor

Buckfast Abbey



Castle Drogo

Lydford Gorge

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Best UK Glamping with local amenities such as archery, fishing, hiking, cycling, wildlife centres

Local Attractions near beara Lodge

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Many local attractions are available within several miles of Beara Lodge Glamping in Devon, as shown in the map above. These are in addition to the other well known attractions and the beauty areas of Dartmoor, Exmoor, Bodmin Moor and north and south coasts.

These include an archery centre, multiple fishing centres, swimming pool, riding lessons and multiple pubs providing excellent atmosphere and dining. 

Linked to the green tourism network (such as the Ruby Way, Tarka Trail, Pegasus Trail, Forestry Commission Land) there are many excellent local walks - we’ve already documented 20 on our doorstep catering for differing abilities (many taking in the local hostelries!).