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Hole Station Campsite in Devon

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Sunday Times Travel Top 20 Unspoilt Campsites UK & Ireland 2010

Where to go wilder in Britain - Guardian Travel 2009

Hole Station Campsite is situated in rural West Devon, midway between Dartmoor and the beaches of North Cornwall and North Devon.

The campsite is set in an idyllic 45 acres of meadow and woodlands, approached via a private lane,is completely secluded and not overlooked.

Camp Fires - Every pitch has it's own firepit and campfire bench. Camp fire kits include firelighters, kindling, and logs. Camp fire cooking equipment is available for rental.

Pre-Erected Tents Option - Our pre-erected tents Rent-A-Tent service was originally designed to provide an introduction to camping for first timers. However, not only has it proved a hit with new campers, seasoned campers have taken quite a fancy to it aswell.

Rent-A-Tent camping means more time relaxing as everything is ready for you to simply walk into - no big packing and unpacking marathons, it's kettle on and feet up straight away!

With Rent-A-Tent camping the really big plus is the dining/socialising shelter provision, bags of undercover space, all the kit supplied and envious looks from BYO campers.

Devon Pub Grub and a Good Pint - Our local is a short walk along the Highampton cycle track through stunning countryside.

Cyclists Welcome - Hole Station Campsite is in a fantastic location for cycling, it is midway on the coast to coast route, close to the Tarka Trail and the Granite Way, and any number of quiet country lanes

Ice Packs and Eco Loos - There is a small freezer full of ice packs to keep the content of your cool box cool, a purpose built loo and shower block, and a washing up area

No Music or Radios - Just the sounds of nature, and once you tune in (It takes a couple of hours) you will notice plenty of it!

No Cars on Site - That's a good thing! No headlights shining in your tent, no slamming car doors. The car park is adjacent to the campsite.

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We have now stayed twice at Hole Station, the first time in 2009. The best thing about Hole Station has to be the woodland pitches,lovely and private! Since our first visit stone tracks have been laid through the woods to the pitch areas, a worthwhile improvement. Facilities are basic but do the job (the showers are better than ours at home), it's the eco loos that raise newbies eyebrows, but they work fine and there is no odour. The loo/shower block is always kept clean. We are keen walkers and cyclists, and there are plenty of nearby places to do both, the Tarka Trail, Granite Way on Dartmoor, and a public footpath with walks through beautiful countryside start at the site entrance. Liz the campsite owners wife lent us local OS maps which are kept in reception. Camp fire kits are popular and good value (ours lasted 2 nights).
If you want a quiet time in lovely wild woodland surroundings the this site ticks all the boxes.
Hole Station won't suit you if you want all mod cons, because there aren't any!
G. James (22nd Oct 2011)
Response from Hole Station Campsite
Thank you for taking the time to review us, and thank you for your return visit. It is nice to know that the improvements we have made are appreciated.