The charm of camping with all the comforts of home!

Have you ever dreamt of waking up in a sunny woodland clearing to the sound of bird song or in an orchard full of wild flowers?

Including Woodmans Wagon Treehouse as featured on BBC2’s My Unique B&B, Series 2 Episode 1 – now on iPlayer

Well, search no further for your ideal romantic retreat in the stunning Devon landscape. Woodman's Wagon and Orchard Wagon both offer a magical 'get away from it all' experience in extraordinary scenery, surrounded by woodland, wildlife and the joys of the natural world.

Woodman's Wagon is a quirky treehouse, lovingly built by woodsman Matt Bate. This handcrafted, off-grid and quirky cabin offers luxury accommodation in it's own private woodland. Woodman's Wagon has astonishing views through the treetop canopy and out to sea over the River Exe Estuary.

Or why not try our romantic Orchard Wagon with stunning countryside views. At the end of a little country lane tucked under Haldon Hill in an old orchard you'll find a cosy shepherd's hut and an amazing bathing wagon. This is a perfect retreat for couples to get back to the good old days. From here there are only miles of green lanes and old drovers paths.

Perfect for a honeymoon or romantic break

Some people call it glamping or luxury camping, we call it a great escape!

Matt and Amanda's ethical and sustainable business model sees a percentage of the profits reinvested into enhancing our woodlands for wildlife.


What our guests say:

"Amazing stay! Perfect escape from the hustle of day to day life. Leaving refreshed and relaxed!"

"Had lots of fun chopping wood and then cooking on the fire."

"Great therapy, very uplifting!"

"Very clean with all the equipment you could possibly need".

"We made a dinner on the open fire place and I watched the stars appearing one after another on the evening sky. I fell asleep listening to the sound of owls and woke up just to see the sun rising .... because life is measured in experiences and this place is exactly this. One great magical experience in the nature."

says Ben Ross, Travel Editor - The Independent