Springfield Farm Glamping

Glamping and farm-inspired experience away from the hustle and bussle of the city.

Springfield Farm Glamping
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Springfield Farm Glamping

Key Features
1) Pre-erected bell tents with double bed and pull-outs, table and lighting.
2) Firepit with grills, pans, pot and deckchairs. Plus access to grass-reared beef and lamb onsite.
3) Dedicated off-leash field for dogs, plus activities like pony grooming, egg collecting, and calf feeding. Close to surfing beaches and Exmoor National Park. Pubs nearby.

Don’t miss the chance to stay at Springfield Farm Glamping, a secluded and secure glamping site located on a hilltop with spectacular views across North Devon. Whether you’re a surfer, walker, family or have a four-legged friend in tow – you’ll be welcomed with open arms!

Pre-erected bell tents are kitted out with all the essentials, including a double bed plus two single pull-outs, bedside table, solar-powered fairy-lights and storage chests. You will also have access to a firepit complete with grill, pots and pans as well as deckchairs to take in the awe-inspiring vista. You can even buy grass-reared beef and lamb onsite or head to Barnstaple (15 minutes’ drive away) for major shopping trips.

Your dogs are catered for too, with a dedicated off-leash field to play and plenty of farm walks (on a lead, please!) for exploring. And if your family includes children, there are loads of down-on-the-farm activities such as pony grooming, egg collecting and calf feeding – don’t forget to book these on arrival.

So why not escape and enjoy the best of both worlds at Springfield Farm Glamping? It’s just 25 minutes from surfing beaches and Exmoor National Park, with pubs nearby for that extra bit of warmth and hospitality.

Frequently Asked Questions about Springfield Farm Glamping

    • Q:What can visitors do around Springfield Farm Glamping?
      A:Springfield Farm Glamping is an ideal destination for a family vacation or getaway. From the property, visitors can visit surfing beaches and Exmoor National Park, both only 25 minutes away. For those who are more hands-on, the farm offers animal encounters, a dog park, and pony grooming. Finally, there are plenty of pubs near the farm as well.

    • Q:What type of accommodation is provided on site?
      A:At Springfield Farm Glamping, guests can stay in pre-erected bell tents. Inside each tent, there is a double bed and two single pull-outs, with bottom sheets included. The tents are also homely, with solar-powered fairy lights and rugs to add a touch of cosiness.

    • Q:Are pets allowed to stay at the campsite?
      A:Yes, pet dogs are welcome at Springfield Farm Glamping. There is a dedicated off-lead field available for them, plus plenty of farm walks (on a leash) through fields and woodland.

    • Q:Are children welcomed on the property?
      A:Yes, Springfield Farm Glamping is very kid-friendly. They will be able to enjoy activities such as egg collecting, calf feeding, and pony grooming, all of which must be booked on arrival.

    • Q:What is included in the cost of staying at the camp?
      A:Visitors will find a firepit with a grill and pots and pans at their doorstep so that they can cook up their own barbecues. Logs for the firepit and two deckchairs are also provided. For any extra logs required, there is a small charge.

    • Q:Can guests shop for supplies on site?
      A:There is a small shop onsite selling grass-reared beef and lamb. For major shopping needs, Barnstaple is only a 15-minute drive away.


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Contact Information

Postal Address
Marwood, Barnstaple, Devon, England, EX31 4DU

About the Local Area (Barnstaple)

With a history dating back to Saxon times, Barnstaple has retained much of its character and charm, making it a popular destination for visitors to the area.

What is Barnstaple Famous For?

Barnstaple is famous for its historic Pannier Market, which dates back to the 1850s and is still in operation today. The town is also home to the Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon, which showcases the rich history and culture of the area.

Things to Do in Barnstaple

Barnstaple offers a range of activities and attractions to suit all interests. Take a stroll along the River Taw and enjoy the stunning views of the countryside, or explore the narrow streets of the town centre and discover the many independent shops and cafes.

Other popular things to do in Barnstaple include:

  • Visit the historic Pannier Market and browse the stalls selling local produce, crafts, and souvenirs.
  • Take a trip to Rock Park, a beautiful green space with plenty of walking trails, a children’s play area, and stunning views of the River Taw.
  • Explore the Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon and learn about the area’s fascinating history and heritage.

Things Near Barnstaple

While there is plenty to see and do within Barnstaple itself, there are also many nearby attractions that are well worth a visit.

Some of the most popular things to do and see near Barnstaple include:

  • Visit the stunning beaches of Saunton Sands and Croyde Bay, both of which offer great opportunities for surfing, sunbathing, and relaxation.
  • Explore the rugged beauty of Exmoor National Park, where you can hike, cycle, or simply enjoy the stunning scenery.
  • Take a trip to the nearby village of Braunton and discover its quaint shops, cafes, and galleries.

Whether you’re interested in history, and culture, or simply enjoying the great outdoors, Barnstaple and the surrounding area offer something for everyone.

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