Tree Tops

Explore the farm shop with a food service, nearby beaches, fishing activity and parks for kids to enjoy.

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Tree Tops

Key Features
Tranquil rural location
Fully serviced pitches
Close to nearby town of Bude
On-site shop, plus continental breakfast/cream tea options

Tree Tops is a charming, small and family-run campsite set in a tranquil rural location. It offers far-reaching vistas to Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor, making it perfect for anyone interested in exploring the West Country.

Fully serviced pitches provide a 16-amp electric hook up, fresh water, grey-water point for piped waste, and a water tap – plus, each one offers a minimum of 8m width and privacy from your neighbours with hedging.

Head to Bude, 20 minutes away, and enjoy independent shops, surf rentals, delicious fish and chips on the beach, plus endless eateries, pubs and restaurants.

Upper Tamar Lake (30 minutes walk) has carp and bream for anglers and a watersports centre. Lower Tamar Lake is a nature reserve and home to wildfowl, with plenty of scenic walking trails.

There’s also a shop on site at Tree Tops, and guests can order continental breakfasts and cream tea treats (don’t forget, this is Devon so you put the cream first!).

FAQs about Tree Tops

    • Q: How far is Tree Tops from Dartmoor National Park?
      A: Tree Tops is a 40 minute drive away from Dartmoor National Park.

    • Q: What activities can be found near Tree Tops?
      A: Near Tree Tops there are beaches, fishing, and kids’ parks available.

    • Q: Are the pitches close together?
      A: Pitches at Tree Tops are fully serviced and spread out with hedging between each one to ensure each visitors stay is completely private.

    • Q: What amenities are offered by the campsite?
      A: Tree Tops offers 16-amp electric hook ups, fresh drinking water, grey-water point for piped waste, and a water tap for each pitch.

    • Q: Is there food available nearby?
      A: Yes, the local town of Bude (20 minutes’ drive) has plenty of indie shops and surf rentals, plus a range of cafés, pubs and restaurants to choose from. Upper Tamar Lake (30 minutes’ walk) also has a watersports centre, plus the campsite has a shop offering essentials and picnic sandwiches ingredients.

    • Q: Does Tree Tops provide breakfast and tea treats?
      A: Yes, continental breakfasts and cream tea treats are available which can be pre-ordered for an extra charge.


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Address: Higher Alsworthy Farm Alfardisworthy nr, Holsworthy EX22 7RW, UK

Kate Colclough avatarKate Colclough
2 years ago
What a fabulous site. Fully serviced pitches that are so private and really well maintained. Nothing is too much trouble for the lovely people running the site. They checked to see if we needed food from the off site shops, they had made homemade cupcakes for guests for the jubilee and were so warm and friendly. This site has been designed by people that care about their guests and know the particulars of camping. I hate to recommend as I don't want others to know about this diamond, but it's only fair that I share. Thank you Tree Tops for our amazing stay. We will be back!
Shirley Snape avatarShirley Snape
2 years ago
Lovely site with everything you need on the pitch with added privacy on all sides,we had the XL pitch14 and I can honestly say I've never seen a pitch so big.Jo & Craig the owners are very welcoming and will help you if needed.We had some trouble with the drainage from the caravan which Craig borrowed us some rigid pipe which did the job. Upper & Lower Tamar lakes within walking distance. Please do follow the directions given to you before arrival otherwise satnav will take you down some even narrower roads. We would definitely visit again.
John Jess avatarJohn Jess
2 years ago
We stayed there for a week at the end of August and it was fantastic. Really clean well prepared site with excellent private pitches. Great place if you are into walking as the surrounding area is beautiful, but still close enough to Bude and others if you want to spend some time on the high street. Can't recommend it highly enough, so much so we have booked again for October.
Dayne Bolt avatarDayne Bolt
a year ago
Just got back from a weekend here for my birthday. A very lovely stay and the staff went above and beyond and decorated our pitch with balloons and banners 🙂 very clean and peaceful site. Would highly recommend and will deffo stay here again. thankyou Jo and the rest of the staff for a lush weekend
Karen Dunnings avatarKaren Dunnings
2 years ago
Lovely helpful owners. Our pitch is full serviced. There is no toilet facilities at the moment but planned soon. If your looking for a peaceful break I can definitely recommend tree tops.
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The address for Tree Tops we have is: Higher Alsworthy Farm, Alfardisworthy, Holsworthy, Devon, England, EX22 7RW. Use the map below for a closer view. Do check with your host for a definite location.

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Postal Address
Higher Alsworthy Farm, Alfardisworthy, Holsworthy, Devon, England, EX22 7RW

About the Local Area (Holsworthy)

Holsworthy is a charming market town that boasts a rich history, scenic landscapes, and a warm and friendly community. With its rustic charm and tranquil atmosphere, it is a perfect destination for visitors looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.

What is Holsworthy Famous For?

Holsworthy is famous for being a thriving agricultural town, surrounded by rolling hills and fertile farmland. The town is also known for its historic architecture, including the iconic St. Peter and St. Paul Church, which dates back to the 13th century.

Things to Do in Holsworthy

Holsworthy offers a wealth of activities for visitors to enjoy. Whether you’re interested in exploring the town’s rich history or simply soaking up the natural beauty of the countryside, there’s something for everyone.

  • Visit the Holsworthy Museum
    This charming local museum is a must-see for history enthusiasts. Housed in an old Victorian schoolhouse, it features exhibits on the town’s fascinating past, including its role in the local agricultural industry.
  • Walk the Tarka Trail
    This scenic walking trail winds through the heart of the countryside, offering stunning views of the surrounding hills and farmland. The trail is well-marked and suitable for all levels of walkers.
  • Enjoy a Pint at the Old Market Inn
    This cosy traditional pub is a favourite among locals and visitors alike. With its friendly atmosphere and delicious food and drink, it’s the perfect spot to relax after a long day of sightseeing.

Things Near Holsworthy

If you’re looking to explore the surrounding area, there’s plenty to see and do near Holsworthy.

  • Visit Bude
    This charming seaside town is just a short drive from Holsworthy and offers a wide range of activities, including surfing, hiking, and exploring the local shops and restaurants.
  • Explore Dartmoor National Park
    This stunning national park is located just a short distance from Holsworthy and offers a wealth of outdoor activities, including hiking, cycling, and wildlife spotting.
  • Visit the Eden Project
    Located a bit further afield, the Eden Project is a world-renowned attraction that features stunning botanical gardens and a wide range of interactive exhibits. It’s well worth the trip for anyone interested in nature and sustainability.

With its rich history, stunning landscapes, and friendly community, it’s the perfect destination for anyone looking to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life and experience the best that rural England has to offer.

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