Camp Dartington

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Get 20% off your 2023 camping / glamping holiday when booking before 28 February!

Family-friendly site on the grounds of the spectacular and sprawling Dartington Estate, five minutes’ drive from the market town of Totnes (we are the closest tent campsite to Totnes). Footpaths will take you through 1,200 acres of conservation land where you can find otters, kingfishers and many other delights of the natural world.

We welcome off-ground barbeques but if you’re in the mood for something else we serve delicious food at The Green Table Café or The White Hart pub. Our new glamping pods are the perfect way to ‘camp without camping’ – a little pocket of warmth and comfort with electricity and a heater. With toilets and hot showers on site, it is the perfect environment for a quiet peaceful break for all the family.

The estate is also home to a range of activities, including arts & crafts courses, live music, theatre for all ages and a 14th-century converted barn cinema showing current movies and arthouse films. The estate’s listed gardens are pleasant to saunter around, with plenty of routes to choose from. A 10-minute stroll will lead you to The Cider Press Centre, a collection of stores selling glassware, jewellery, crafts and local delicacies – as well as the Devon Gin School. For more information about the amazing activities you can do here, go to

Go to our website to book your camping getaway:


From £20 (for 1 night, 2 adults) – prices may change depending on your dates and party.

Go to our website for details.



Sleeps up to 200 people across 50 pitches


From £20 (for 1 night, 2 adults) - prices may change depending on your dates and party.
For more rates please see the Camp Dartington website


  • Children Welcome

    Children Welcome

  • Credit cards accepted

    Credit Cards Accepted

  • on site parking

    On-site Parking

  • outside-area

    Outside Area


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