About this campspace #s004787
Bulland is situated in the South Hams within a network of Devon lanes and byways close to the Dartmoor National Park. So plenty of local walking is possible.
Do you like camping under an open sky or just finding a quiet place to be?
You'll love camping at Bulland. A truly unique place that has a gentleness all of its own. You can relax and listen to the swallows flying overhead or enjoying a moment around a campfire..... and watch the bats foraging at dusk whilst toasting your marshmallows.
We run a very small campsite on our land with no more than 9 pitches and aim to create a place where people may come and enjoy creation and reconnect.
Our aim is to provide a beautiful camping place to stay. Away from the busy main stream campsites and associated noise. It is lovely to pitch in the orchard or on the other sites adjacent to the pony meadow. For those who like wild camping there is even a more remote pitch with a composting toilet. We can also accommodate people with “tensile tents” (in the windbreak pitch) or if you have a small camper van.
This is a very quiet rural setting, just a few minutes off the A38, giving excellent access for people wanting to explore Dartmoor and the surrounding area. There are no radios or loud music allowed on site. It is nice to maintain the natural ambience.
Ideally suited to individuals, adults, or couples wishing to enjoy a more rural and peaceful camping experience. Come and enjoy creation and reconnect with your spirit. Good for people passing through beautiful Devon, or for those staying longer to explore Dartmoor and South Devon.
AMENITIES ON SITE:
-Flushing toilet (with cold water hand basin).
-Fire pit area (wood provided, more available £5/batch)
-External Drying Line
-Lockable storage for bikes (deposit required for key)
-Electric point for phone charging (in house and outside))
-Wifi is available adjacent to the house.
There are local attractions such as: The South Devon Railway at Buckfastleigh; River Dart County Park; Buckfast Butterfly Farm and Dartmoor Otter Sanctuary.
Also Plenty of Local Pubs and Restaurants offering good food.
- Drinking water
- Campfire possible
- Hot shower
- Shower (cold water)
- Pets allowed
- Picnic table
- Phone charge
- Gas (stove)
- RV Sanitation
- RV Hookup
- Hot water
- Hot tub
- Heater in accommodation
- Covered kitchen
Things to do in the area
- Enjoy the beautiful sunrise and sunset
- The Rugglestone Inn Widecombe in the Moor does amazing beer and food
- Wildlife watching
Your host, Roger
Host is verified by Campspace
I'm an outdoor kind of guy.
Love doing fire and food in various ways.
Like cycling and kayaking.
Enjoy meeting people and hearing their story.
Have two grown up children.
Site Rules: All commonsense things really:-
-No smoking on site please.
-We like to enjoy the peace and quiet, the sounds of creation where possible. No radios or loud music on site please.
-There is a curfew on noise between the hours of 2200 to 0700. We prefer to generally avoid loud noise and behaviour.
-There are often horses in the fields. Where they are present please do not feed.
-We do not drink to excess, and ask that you do not either
Checking in and out
To be agreed–8:00 pm
Check-out between: 7:00 am–10:00 am
Bulland meadow view 1
Arrival allowed on:
Monday to Sunday
Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday
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