Try dog-friendly camping in Devon

Luxury camping isn’t just for discerning humans. Now you can take your dog with you on holiday to North Devon, too. Camp out together in cosy pods, with all mod cons, and then explore the beautiful countryside and beaches.
Quarry Pods, part of the 54-acre Dunsdon Farm near Holsworthy, is hidden away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. You’ll leave all the stresses and strains of work behind, feeling close to Mother Nature.
Luxury camping isn’t just for discerning humans. Now you can take your dog with you on holiday to North Devon, too. Camp out together in cosy pods, with all mod cons, and then explore the beautiful countryside and beaches.
Quarry Pods, part of the 54-acre Dunsdon Farm near Holsworthy, is hidden away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. You’ll leave all the stresses and strains of work behind, feeling close to Mother Nature.
Yet you won’t have to struggle with the discomfort of tents and the inconvenience of trying to put them up and then take them down again. Pods are attractive wooden structures, with double glazing, sheep’s wool insulation, and electricity (including a heater). Your dog will love the freedom as well!
You can select from five pods. Some sleep two and others can take four.
Dunsdon Farm is an ideal base from which to explore some of the greatest areas of North Devon, all of which you can share with your four-legged friend.
Try dog friendly camping
The farm itself, which is mentioned in the Domesday Book, is nestled in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and close to the North Devon and Cornish coastline.
It sits among rare culm grassland and is managed for conservation as well as providing holiday accommodation at the gorgeous Old Shippon stone barn, along with the Quarry Pods.

Walks with your dog around Dunsdon Farm

Before we tell you about the delights further afield, you should know Dunsdon Farm has its own 23-acre private woodland, just 200 yards up the road. The wood is securely fenced, so you and your dog are welcome to roam around in idyllic solitude.
You’ll be able to spot the many species of birds and butterflies that have made our woodland their home.
You’re also welcome to explore the Dunsdon National Nature Reserve, packed with rare flora and fauna. There’s a network of interesting paths on the reserve but you’ll need to keep your dog on a lead.
Try camping with your dog