Quarry Pods at Dunsdon Farm, situated in picturesque North Devon countryside, and close to the North Cornwall coast.
Dunsdon Farm is a 54 acre farm, in open countryside adjoining the Dunsdon National Nature Reserve, designated as a SSSI, as a rare and protected culm grassland area.
Our Quarry Pods, nestled down in Dunsdon Farms historic stone quarry, this is cool camping for the 21st century. Waterproof, cosy and sleeping up to four (in comfort), Quarry Pods are available all year round. A step up from the traditional bothy, our Devon camping pods are camping with comfort.
Our Quarry camping pods are probably best described as a luxury wooden tent, simple enough in structure but able to be made into anything you want, whether you fancy transforming it into a luxury pad for the weekend or keeping it sparse for that ‘get away from it all week. Whatever the time of year, your Devon camping pod will be properly toasty and cosy against the outside weather, with double glazed windows and sheeps wool insulation for the walls, and whats more they, are all fitted with an electric heater.
We have five pods, (two standard - sleeping two) and 3 family pods (sleeping - four). For your comfort and convenience, each pod also has its own private washroom, with shower, sink and wash basin, situated in a block adjacent to the pods, so no shared showering facilities !!
Within easy reach of Bude and the North Cornwall coast, but set withing beautiful and quiet North Devon countryside.
Dunsdon Farm adjoins the Dunsdon National Nature Reserve and is just 3/4 mile from the Bude canal with great walking up to the Tamar Lakes.
For walking the Atlantic coast path is 15 minutes by car, with wonderful stretches of coastline to ealk and enjoy.
The National Trust properties of Lanhydrock, Arlington Court, Castle Drogo, and Cotehele are all within easy reach, along with The world renowned RHS gardens at Rosemoor, Eden and Heligan.
At the farm, we have farm walks on Tuesdays and nesting Barn Owls that can be viewed from The Owl Cam in the communalcovered area.
Situated between the North Devon town of Holsworthy and the North Cornwall coastal town of Bude.