Leafy Fields Glamping
“Quirky glamping options complimented by excellent amenities” - AA Inspector
- Social distancing and safety measures in place
- Follows government and industry guidelines for COVID-19
- Signed up to the AA COVID Confident Charter
All communal areas closed. Hand wash station in car park. 72 hour gap between bookings. Not providing bedding this year. Wipe clean mattress protectors. PPE for use while cleaning. Contactless arrivals and departures.
Our Inspector's view
Located in the small hamlet of Ashill deep on the Blackdown Hills, Leafy Fields is a very tranquil, well laid out and rural glamping site with a relaxing back-to-nature atmosphere and a good choice of accommodation. Two safari lodges, six bell tents and a shepherd's hut are neatly arranged in a pleasant meadow with toilet and shower facilities close at hand in a converted stable block. The bell tents are fully equipped and have a small kitchen unit outside, and there are six toilets/showers allocated to each bell tent. The larger safari lodges sleep six, have a kitchen area and are very well equipped, plus they have en suite toilets and showers and an alfresco decking area. The interiors are well presented and there is an electric radiator in all units. The site maintenance is excellent and there is a small children’s play area and a family room with a sensory playroom. Fire pits and logs are also available.
Facilities – at a glance
Electrical hook up
- Picnic Area
- Baby bathing/changing
- Open all year
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About the area
With magnificent coastlines, two historic cities and the world-famous Dartmoor National Park, Devon sums up all that is best about the British landscape. For centuries it has been a fashionable and much loved holiday destination – especially south Devon’s glorious English Riviera.
Close to the English Riviera lies Dartmoor, one of the south-west’s most spectacular landscapes. The National Park, which contains Dartmoor, covers 365 square miles and includes many fascinating geological features – isolated granite tors and two summits exceeding 2,000 feet among them.
Not surprisingly, in Dartmoor the walking opportunities are enormous. Cycling in the two National Parks is also extremely popular and there is a good choice of off-road routes taking you to the heart of Dartmoor and Exmoor. Devon’s towns and cities offer stimulating alternatives to the rigours of the countryside.
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