Maggie's Meadows

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Maggie’s Meadows

Key Features
Family-run campsite
Nearby attractions and activities
Peaceful atmosphere

Maggie’s Meadows is the secret to a perfect escape only a stone’s throw away from the idyllic English countryside. Surrounded by rolling farms and hills, this family-run campsite is tucked away in the Devon Interior.

Offering half an acre of peaceful meadow with a hardstanding area for parking, there are just enough spots to share amongst a handful of campers. Overlooking the meadow is a serene orchard where you can amble around in the sun whilst the toilet block and kitchenette ensure that all your needs are taken care of during your stay.

Head to the small town of Langtree – just over a mile away from the campsite – to visit the Thursday market and buy local delicacies or beautiful gifts; alternatively, it’s only a 15-minute drive to Great Torrington to eat in the acclaimed RHS Garden Rosemoor restaurant. North Devon Coast is also at your fingertips, only 20 minutes away.

Back at the campsite, there are plenty of opportunities for creating a tranquil atmosphere – light up a campfire, throw onto a barbecue and share tales about the wonderful Devon adventures. For those days when cooking is off the agenda, simply head five minutes away to find a friendly pub in Stibb Cross.

Discover a true piece of paradise with Maggie’s Meadows.

Frequently Asked Questions About Maggie’s Meadows Campsite

    • Q: Where is Maggie’s Meadows located?
      A: Maggie’s Meadows is situated in Langtree, Devon, England and has an EX38 8NP postcode.

    • Q: How far is Maggie’s Meadows from the north Devon coast?
      A: The north Devon coast is an easy 20 minutes’ drive away from Maggie’s Meadows.

    • Q: What facilities does Maggie’s Meadows offer?
      A: Maggie’s Meadows offers a half acre grass meadow, shared kitchenette, spick and span portable toilet block with three cubicles, a covered kitchenette area for communal food prep and washing up, and a peaceful orchard.

    • Q: Could I go grocery shopping near Maggie’s Meadows?
      A: Yes! Langtree has an indoor market that runs every Thursday where you can pick up fresh local produce or handmade gifts.

    • Q: Is there a place to eat close to Maggie’s Meadows?
      A: Over towards Torrington, there is RHS Garden Rosemoor which has a highly-rated restaurant and tea room (15 minutes’ drive). There is also a pub at Stibb Cross just five minutes’ drive away.

    • Q: Can I have a campfire while at Maggie’s Meadows?
      A: Yes, there are plenty of opportunities to gather around a campfire at Maggie’s Meadows.


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The address for Maggie’s Meadows we have is: Stapleton Farm, Langtree, Langtree, Devon, England, EX38 8NP. Use the map below for a closer view. Do check with your host for a definite location.

Contact Information

Postal Address
Stapleton Farm, Langtree, Langtree, Devon, England, EX38 8NP

About the Local Area (Langtree)

Langtree is a peaceful village in the North Devon district of Devon, England. It’s situated in the rolling hills of the Torridge Valley, offering visitors a peaceful retreat away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

What is Langtree Famous For?

Langtree is not particularly well-known, but it has some unique features that make it worth a visit. The village is famous for its beautiful, thatched-roof cottages, and its charming rural setting.

Langtree is also home to St. Peter’s Church, a grade II listed building with a fascinating history.

Things To Do In Langtree

Langtree is an excellent place to relax and unwind, surrounded by beautiful countryside.

Here are a few ideas for things to do in Langtree:

  • Take a stroll through the village and admire the traditional thatched cottages.
  • Visit St. Peter’s Church and learn about its fascinating history.
  • Explore the nearby nature reserves and enjoy a picnic in the beautiful countryside.

Things Near By Langtree

If you’re looking for things to do near Langtree, there are plenty of options to choose from:

  • Discover the market town of Great Torrington, just a short drive away, and visit the historic Torrington 1646 Civil War Museum.
  • Take a walk along the stunning South West Coast Path and enjoy the breathtaking views of the North Devon coastline.
  • Visit the charming village of Clovelly and explore its picturesque cobbled streets and historic harbour.

Langtree is a hidden gem in the heart of Devon, offering visitors a peaceful retreat and a glimpse of traditional rural life.

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Matt Ogborne
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