Loveland Farm offers eco-friendly pods and campsites. Photo: Loveland Farm
A mile from Hartland Point in North Devon, England sits Loveland Farm , six acres of majestic lands nestled between rolling fields and breathtaking coastline.
Once a working farm, the site plays host to a number of sustainable camping structures ideal for the adventurist nomad who travels with their family and four-legged friend in tow.
Sleep in one of Loveland Farm’s eco-friendly pods. Photo: Loveland Farm
Fun and funky, domes can sleep two to six, and each pod has its own kitchen facilities, private shower and composting toilet.
Also available are six campsites that come equipped with a communal fire pit and barbecuing spots.
Situated in the corner of the camping field are beach huts that house the essentials: composting toilet, washroom and shower. Just bring a torch for any late night visits.
Did we forget to mention that the entire campsite offers panoramic sea views?
With plenty of beaches nearby, Loveland Farm is a perfect getaway for surfers. Photo: Loveland Farm
The surf in North Devon is plenty with popular beaches such as Woolacombe, Bude, Braunton and Westward Ho nearby. You can even sign up for one of the many local surf schools.
Visit eyeball surfcheck for live webcams, tide times and daily weather conditions for the entire North Devon Coast.
If you’re not a surfer, walk or bike the Tarka Trail, a path that runs for 180 miles and connects to the National Cycle Network’s Devon coast to coast path … but you don’t have to explore the entire trail.
Instead, check out more of the coastline. There are plenty of challenging rock climbs for competent climbers, but if you’re a beginner you can visit the Ultimate Adventure Center in Bideford.
You can also go sight seeing. Visit Lundy Island and Clovelly .