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Pack up your surfboard and ride the waves to a stylish and eco-friendly glamping haven infused with Hawaiian spirit and adventure, by the blissfully bracing coast of Devon and Cornwall.

If you love outdoor luxury - whilst also relishing a little adventure in life! - then you'll discover your sanctuary at Koa Tree Camp, found on a 30-acre flourishing farm conveniently situated just a few miles from the coast of Devon and Cornwall.

The site's owners have fuelled their love of the coast (the Koa Tree was traditionally used to craft canoes and surfboards in Hawaii) and their passion for the Great Outdoors into creating an eco-friendly glamping haven that focuses on style and friendly service, surrounded by clean coastal air, fresh woodland and thriving local wildlife. What could possibly be better?  

Stay in a brand-new geodesic dome, a Norwegian style log cabin or a classic bell tent, all of which sleep between 2-6 people... all you need to do now is decide who'll be your lucky travelling companions! Each dome, cabin and tent is individually styled and furnished to provide exceptional comfort and luxury for your outdoor living experience.

The geodesic domes are fully insulated and waterproof, and equipped with a log-burning stove to make them perfectly cosy whatever the weather. A large window looks out towards the scenic North Devon and Cornwall coast... so that as soon as you arrive, you can anticipate your next outdoor adventure over a steaming mug of coffee.

Sleeping up to six people, each of the five domes is perfect for families and groups of close friends. Inside you'll find a king-sized double bed and two singles, along with single/double futons, downy duvets and plenty of pillows.

Enjoy sizzling al fresco meals on your dome's private decking, with a barbecue and outdoor seating... sit and watch the stars as you sip a glass of something sparkling. The communal kitchens, situated just a short walk away, are a must for any chefs-in-waiting, together with a beautiful, fully heated eco-friendly bathroom block.

The hand-built Norwegian log cabins (don't forget to pack your favourite Nordic knitwear!) make for a seriously stylish way to enjoy life on the farm. Sleeping up to four people in a king-sized double bed and two single bunks or beds, each cabin looks idyllically down to the North Devon coast, and are just a short walk from the bathroom and kitchen areas.

With their own private platform perfect for sunbathing, snacking and stargazing, the cabins are ideal for couples and small groups alike.
For a cosy and authentic outdoor stay under canvas, a classic bell tent can't be beaten. Sleeping up to 3 people, you'll find them comfily furnished with soft rugs, with a double bed and additional single...and an all-important log burner to keep you toasty.

You'll find plenty to discover on site, with a converted barn housing the Rainy Day Room and the fully-equipped, well-stocked kitchens. Come and kick back with a board game, play some ping pong or maybe whip up a fabulous feast along with your neighbours.

Outside, sing campfire songs and toast marshmallows on the fire pit to your heart's content. For more active holidaymakers, burn some energy with a game of football or cricket on the large grassed area at the centre of the site, or explore the 3.5 acres of wonderfully wide open space!

Meet Pete and Archie, the two resident friendly goats, as you continue exploring. Get involved with the farming schedule, perhaps picking some strawberries from the garden? Organic vegetables are grown aplenty in the market garden, using permaculture principles. Say hello to the chickens and pigs along your way. Later on, pick up some essentials from the Welcombe Community Shop... before arranging a relaxing massage in the dedicated Ebb and Flow hut nestled in the wildflower meadow.

You'll find there's always something going on down at the farm by evening, with Friday night cinema clubs and barbecue fiestas aplenty... meaning every day of your holiday can be special and different, whether you're an adventurer or simply want to indulge yourself in the luxury of natural outdoor living. So... what are you waiting for?

Things to note

Guests' own towels and sheets should be brought, or may be hired. Exclusive hire may be possible on request, dogs are permitted on prior arrangement. 3 night minimum stay from Friday to Monday, 4 nights from Monday to Friday in peak season. Shorter stays available on request during quieter times.

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Region: Bideford, Devon
Cost (from): £70 per night
Sleeps: 2-6 per unit
Minimum stay: 3 nights
Property ref: 341


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Geodomes sleep up to 6, king-size bed, 2 single futons, double futon, duvets, rugs, storage, pillows, log-burning stove, log basket, outdoor platform & seating, BBQ, outdoor cooking kit.

Log Cabins sleep up to 4, king size bed, 2 single bunks, duvets, pillows, mattress protectors, BBQ, outdoor seating, private platform. 

Bell Tents sleep up to 3, double bed, single bed, duvets, pillows, rugs, throws, log burner, log pile, BBQ, fire pit, dutch oven.

There is a communal central kitchen with oven, juicers, baking kit, Dutch ovens, six private bathrooms, underfloor heating, converted barn, WiFi, ping pong, board games.

Local activities

Onsite: Football, volleyball, film club, animal feeding,
Offsite: paddle boarding, surfing, beaches, coastal walks, cycling, horse riding, rock climbing, rowing, kayaking, sailing, windsurfing, coasteering, fishing.

At a glance

  • Eco-friendly luxury campsite featuring a selection of geodomes, Norwegian log cabins and bell tents that each sleep between 2-6 people. Located close to the Devon and Cornwall coast, easily accessed by road.
  • Duvets, pillow and mattress protectors are provided for every bed, bring your own sheets or add a set of pure Egyptian cotton sheets as an extra. Guests will need to bring towels.
  • On-site facilities include communal kitchens and firepit, bathroom block, onsite shop and ‘Rainy Day Room' offering indoor games.

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