So you’re looking to glamping in Devon with a hot tub?
I mean, who can blame you?
Cool accommodation + hot tub + Devon scenery = a dream staycation if I’ve ever heard one.
Well, luckily for you, there are so many amazing options to choose from – and I’ve rounded them all up here for you today!
So from treehouses and shepherds huts to safari tents and yurts, here are 42 amazing places to go glamping with a hot tub in Devon.
Price per night: From £102 for 2 people
Location: Ebberley, nr Barnstaple
Let’s kick off this list with a bang, shall we?
Say hello to Elsie May Shepherds Hut, a romantic little bolthole for two.
Whether it’s stargazing in the hot tub surrounded by candlelight or cosying up together by the wood-burner, your stay here will be like a romantic film come to life.
Step through the door and you’ll discover a welcome basket filled to the brim with Devon goodies, including organic clotted cream fudge and homemade honey.
There will be plenty for you to tuck into while you wait for the hot tub to heat up!
What guests say: “Our stay at Elsie May was the most beautiful experience and truly amazing. We absolutely loved the outdoor cooking on the fire pit and had the most delicious BBQs with the most stunning backdrop. We had such adorable picnics up in the treehouse when the sun was at its hottest and played card games.”
Price per night: From £146 for 6 people
Location: Combe Martin, nr Ilfracombe
Longlands Safari Tents are among some of the loveliest safari tents I’ve ever seen.
Firstly, they have jaw-droppingly good views that you’ll never get tired of.
Secondly, they, of course, have a private cedar-wood hot tub where you can watch the sunset in the valley and over the sea in the distance.
A truly magical experience if you ask me!
Lastly, the tents themselves are beautiful and seriously well-equipped – so much so that you’ll find yourself saying “oh yeah, I forgot we were sleeping in a tent”.
Yep, they’re that good.
What guests say: “This was our second time there and we absolutely fell in love with Longlands all over again. It’s under new management with Tammy and Jez and they have been the most hospitable ever. It felt like home away from home. “Little things matter” and you can experience this at Longlands.”
Price per night: From £110 for 2 adults and 4 children
Location: Chillington, nr Salcombe
The Airstream at Swallows’ Flight is one of the more unique places to go glamping in Devon with a hot tub.
This authentic 1958 vintage Airstream will jet you off to the US in an instant – it’s time to live out your wildest American dream!
Sleeping two adults and up to four children, the Airstream is fun for all the family.
Or it could be a romantic retreat – whichever you prefer!
In the caravan, there’s a seating and dining area which converts into a 7ft double bed for the adults at night, as well as a bedroom with four small bunk beds sleeping children up to 1.4m tall.
What guests say: “What an absolute gem of a place. Stunning gardens, so many places to hide and relax. The hot tub and Airstream are nestled in a beautiful old courtyard, surrounded by lots of herbs for your evening BBQ. Loved the added extras, Prosecco and chocolate were a welcome sight after a long drive!”
Price per night: From £220 for 2 people and £295 for 4 people
Location: Croyde, nr Barnstaple
Seriously, they are something special!
The Hideaway, The Den and The Loft are all unique in their own way.
However, they all benefit from the same luxurious amenities, such as bubbling hot tubs, luxury king-size beds, and amazing decking.
And of course, they’re all surrounded by trees, so they feel a million miles away not only from each other but also from the rest of the world.
What guests say: “We’re just heading home from a week staying in The Den – the family treehouse. I nearly hid in the hot tub so I wouldn’t have to leave – it’s been the most perfect week. The Den has everything you need and was such a beautiful place to spend time. The views are spectacular.”
Price per night: From £116 for 2 people
Location: Meadwell, nr Launceston
If you want to stay somewhere that feels a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of normal life, Devon Yurt Holidays should be your go-to.
Home to two yurts, Great Links and Little Links, you can imagine which is the larger of the two.
Great Links sleeps up to two adults and four children, while Little Links sleeps up to two adults and two children.
However, with both yurts, you’ll be treated to the on-site wood-fired hot tub and sauna.
For the hot tub, expect to fish out £35 extra for the weekend/a mid-week break and £45 for a week-long stay, while a private session in the sauna will set you back £25.
How about one followed by the other?
Sounds like a great evening to me!
What guests say: “Just perfect. You get beautiful views, a cosy fire for the nighttime in the yurt and a piping hot hot tub to watch the stars or sheep from. I especially love the privacy you get from having your own corner of the farm giving you a remote feeling.”
Price per night: From £135 for 2 people
Location: Higher Ashton, nr Exeter
Penn Bergeyn Shepherds Hut is a rural retreat like no other.
Surrounded by nothing but the sound of sheep bleating and cows mooing, you’ll return to normal life feeling completely rejuvenated after a stay here.
Your accommodation is split into two parts: the “sleeping one” and the “living one”.
The former houses your bed while the latter comprises a kitchen, living area and bathroom; both enjoy underfloor heating to keep your toes toasty at all times.
However, if you do venture outside, you’ll be greeted by a fully-equipped outdoor kitchen and a handmade wood-fired hot tub bath.
What guests say: “We had such a wonderful and peaceful time at Penn Bergeyn. Everything has been thoughtfully designed. The hot tub was magical especially when hearing the hooting owls and watching the bats collect their dinner. And the lovely little pizza package was a fun way to spend our first night!”
Price per night: From £113 for 6 people
Location: Bradworthy, nr Bude
I’m sure that after seeing the photo above, you’re already daydreaming about soaking in that hot tub for hours on end.
Well, I know I am anyway!
But aside from an insanely inviting hot tub, there are so many more reasons to book a stay at Berridon Farm Glamping.
From private campfire pits (marshmallows, anyone?) to fresh eggs every morning (how about scrambled egg on toast?), this is the ultimate luxury camping experience.
The cabins themselves (there’s five of them in total) are just as wonderful and they all enjoy great views.
Bagsy the Northcott tent for the best sunset views!
If you want to use your wood-fired hot tub (of course you do), that’ll set you back an extra £25 per night or £150 for the whole week.
What guests say: “The safari tents were really spacious and had everything we needed – ours had a great shower too. Fun lighting the wood-burner, and a camping stove also provided for a quick cuppa. Loved the fresh croissants in the morning, enjoyed making pizza our first night and used the BBQ a lot too.”
8. Hayley’s Hut
Price per night: From £65 for 2 people
Location: Langtree, nr Bideford
Whoever Hayley is, she’s done a brilliant job with this one.
Situated in the heart of North Devon on the bank of its very own tranquil fishing lake, Hayley’s Hut is just beautiful.
The deceptively spacious hut houses a full-sized double bed, wood-burner, kitchen, and an en-suite.
Outside, the story is much the same with a fire pit and electric cedar oak hot tub to keep you busy.
There’s Wi-Fi if you need it but I’d advise having a digital detox instead – it’ll do your brain wonders, I promise.
Hey, maybe you’ll take up fishing in the lake as a new hobby?
What guests say: “This place was absolutely amazing and surpassed all expectations. The accommodation, surroundings and hosts were all remarkable. Loved every minute of our stay. A real gem.”
Price per night: From £120 for 2 people
Location: Cheriton Fitzpaine, nr Crediton
The Pheasant’s Retreat is easily one of the quirkier places to go glamping with a hot tub in Devon.
It’s so unique that I’m sure you won’t be able to get enough of it either.
The perfect way to get a little closer to nature, The Pheasant’s Retreat is all about you, nature and your loved one.
The stresses of daily life will quickly melt away and be replaced with only the toughest of decisions: do you want to spend the majority of your time around the fire pit, on the swing bench, or in the wood-fired hot tub?
Tough choice, I know!
What guests say: “Absolutely incredible from start to finish. A peaceful few days with a great balance of being in the wild and luxury. The hot tub was ready for when we arrived which we hugely appreciated. Little luxuries like the dressing gowns and chocolate cake just made it perfect.”
Price per night: From £90 for 4 people
Location: Ottery St Mary, nr Sidmouth
Whether you’re planning a family getaway, a staycation with friends, or a romantic retreat, Knightstone Farm Glamping has your back.
With solid walls, Beaver’s Lodge feels more like a ‘lodge’ (funny that) than a safari tent.
It’s split into an open-plan living and kitchen area, with a double bedroom and bunk bedroom in the back.
Similarly, Otter’s Holt is beautifully handcrafted and oh-so-romantic.
Oh, and they both come with hot tubs!
What’s not to love?!
What guests say: “We could not have asked for a better experience. Vicki and Dave were lovely and made us feel very welcome. The hut itself had everything you could want or need and the surroundings were magical. The hot tub was perfect too. We will definitely be returning again this year and for many years after.”
11. Sunridge Eco Pod
Price per night: From £114 for 2 people
Location: Worston, nr Plymouth
Glamping pods can often be one of the more boring glamping options but that’s certainly not the case for Sunridge Eco Pod.
Set in half an acre of picturesque garden, with the privacy of woodland hedges, the pod is filled with all sorts of creature comforts that you wouldn’t expect from a pod.
Its high-end luxury interior includes the likes of a contemporary German kitchen (hello hob and oven!), underfloor heating, a 3D Home Cinema, and a PS4.
Combine that with the luxury of a private hot tub with mood lighting and you’ve got the ultimate couple’s retreat.
What guests say: “We absolutely loved the eco-pod, it had everything you need for a short break away. The hot tub was a real treat, there was plenty of space for our pup to run around, and the location was perfect – quiet and peaceful but just a short drive to some lovely beaches.”
12. Sunridge Geodome
Price per night: From £256 for 4 people
Location: Worston, nr Plymouth
I’m a sucker for a geodome so Sunridge Geodome is easily one of my favourite places to go glamping in Devon with a hot tub.
Geodomes are unique, quirky, and, well, every synonym under the sun.
And, luckily for you, this is one of the coolest geodomes I’ve ever seen!
The luxury self-catering ten-metre geodome packs a lot into a reasonably small space.
We’re talking a fully-fitted contemporary German kitchen, luxury squidgy sofas, gas-fired central heating, a double bed, two single beds, an en-suite bathroom, and a 4k Ultra HD 3D cinema snuggery area with a huge four-metre screen, Dolby surround sound, and PS4 and XBOX One games consoles.
Phew, that’s a lot!
All that’s left is a private sunken hot tub that you’ll find just outside on your decking.
What guests say: “Our stay was amazing! Damian has literally thought of everything – the layout, the sound systems, the cinema snuggery, the panoramic views, the fish pond, the private balcony and hot tub, stargazing from the Mezzanine to name a few. We can not fault this place at all.”
Price per night: From £81 for 2 people
Location: Tigley, nr Totnes
Jenny Wren Shepherds Hut was made with couples in mind.
Nestled amongst trees, the hand-built shepherds hut is a real feast for the eyes.
The accommodation is split into two huts; the cosy sleeping hut comes complete with a double bed, Hobbit wood-burner, comfy sofa and a well-equipped kitchenette, and the shower hut has a large sink, spacious shower and luxurious fluffy towels.
Now you’re probably thinking ‘Where’s the hot tub?’ and this is where it gets seriously good.
Walk a couple of minutes from Jenny Wren and you’ll discover the most romantic woodland hot tub completely hidden from the rest of the world.
Top tip: book one of their extras to make your stay even more special!
I’d recommend the afternoon tea and wood-fired pizza. Yum!
What guests say: “Emma’s place is magical. All the added extras make the stay incredibly special. We opted for the extra cooked breakfast ingredients and two nights in the hot tub – which was by far the highlight of our stay. Even though it’s a stone’s throw from the shepherds hut the way it has been landscaped makes you feel like you are in the middle of nowhere and it’s truly amazing.”
Price per night: From £156 for 6 people
Location: Compton, nr Paignton
Brownscombe Safari Tents are seriously special.
As soon as you step foot onto the grounds, you’ll feel like you’ve just stepped foot off the plane into South Africa.
(But for a fraction of the price, of course!)
The attention to detail at Brownscombe is exceptional, with no luxury overlooked.
Expect bubbling hot tubs, gorgeous soft furnishings, and amazing amenities aplenty.
Can you already see why Brownscombe is one of my favourite places to go glamping in Devon with a hot tub?
However, if you still need convincing, why not take a look at their cabin too?
This indulgent couple’s retreat spoils you with extra luxuries such as a free-standing copper bath.
Or, if you’re feeling different, take a look at their Tabernacle, a whimsical vintage haven for two.
(Don’t worry, both still come with hot tubs.)
What guests say: “WOW what a fantastic place to stay! From the moment we arrived, we were blown away by the beautiful decor and stunning views. The safari tents were so cosy – we all felt at home and were sad to leave. The food Kate provided was so tasty and well-thought-out. It was lovely to go back to basics and cook our meals on the wood-fired stove, BBQ and in the pizza oven.”
Price per night: From £100 for 2 people
Location: Coryton, nr Okehampton
Buttercup’s Shepherds Hut is one of my all-time favourite places to go glamping in Devon with a hot tub.
I’m not sure if it’s the great views, the wood-fired hot tub or the seriously well-equipped hut, but I’m a real sucker for this place.
Standouts for me are the fully-equipped kitchen (hob and an oven – you must be kidding!), the romantic alfresco dining area adorned with fairy lights, and the luxurious en-suite bathroom.
Oh, and who can say no to a complimentary homemade cake?
What guests say: “We have just got back from the most incredible stay at Buttercup’s Shepherd Hut, we honestly didn’t want to leave! The hut is finished to such a high standard, the use of space is amazing (with clever under bed storage for bags) and we didn’t feel cramped at all. The hot tub was relaxing and peaceful, a beautiful addition.”
Price per night: From £64 for 2 people
Location: Kennerleigh, nr Crediton
Set around a lake, Devon Shepherds Huts are oh-so-picturesque – and luckily for you, the insides of the huts are just as lovely!
Tastefully furnished with everything you could need for a comfortable self-catering stay, you’re left wanting for nothing.
Outside, the story is much the same with amazing views, a BBQ area and a bubbling hot tub to keep you out of mischief.
It’s safe to say that Shepherds Joy and Shepherds Bliss will leave you feeling just that: completely joyful and blissed out.
What guests say: “A piece of heaven out of nowhere. Being surrounded by nature relaxes your body and soul. The hot tub is icing on the cake!”
Price per night: From £117 for 2 people
I’m already daydreaming about waking up in The Bird Box‘s king-size bed, throwing open the French door windows, and looking out from the Juliet balcony.
After soaking up the surroundings, I’d quickly run down the stairs and find my way to the bubbling sunken Canadian cedarwood hot tub on the decking.
Basically what I’m saying is that The Bird Box oozes romance all over.
If you’re looking for one of the best places to go glamping in Devon with a hot tub, this is it.
What guests say: “Tucked away in woodland, it was so cosy and comfortable. Waking up every morning with the sunlight streaming in and the sound of birdsong was incredibly peaceful and felt like such a break. It’s incredibly well designed and has everything you could need. The hot tub was delightful and the beautiful view was heavenly.”
18. Humble Bee Cabin
Price per night: From £150 for 2 people
Can you bee-lieve how cool this place is?!
Sorry, I’ll see myself out…
Set on the same site as The Bird Box (you can probably see the similarity), Humble Bee Cabin is by far one of the coolest and most unique places to go glamping in Devon with a hot tub.
It’s certainly shot straight up to the top of my bucket list, that’s for sure!
From the honeycomb feature wall to the king-size bed that appears suspended in the ceiling, every inch of this cabin has been so well-thought-out.
And not only is there a hot tub (shared with your neighbours at Honeyside Down), but there’s also an amazing private outdoor bath that will surpass all your expectations.
What guests say: “The outside bath was my absolute favourite, I could have stayed in it for the entire trip! The building was very uniquely designed, and I loved that too. it was literally like staying in a giant treehouse! I felt like a big kid, but an adult at the same time. It’s a great place to relax.”
19. Moonbeam Yurt
Price per night: From £92 for 2 people
Moonbeam Yurt is also set on the same site as The Bird Box and Humble Bee (these guys like to seriously treat us, don’t they?).
I’ve seen a lot of yurts in my time but this one is one of my all-time favourites.
It’s got beautiful soft furnishings, the toastiest of wood-burners and all-around good vibes.
The separate Potting Shed a few metres walk across the drive conceals a bathroom and kitchen, and, of course, you’ve got use of the open-use Canadian cedar wood hot tub on the decking outside.
With walks and cycle trails right on your doorstep, this place has it all.
What guests say: “What an amazing place. Ronnie and Yvette supplied everything you could want. The hot tub is the most beautiful I’ve been in, the yurt was so comfy and cosy. We were so relaxed we didn’t want to leave!”
Price per night: From £110 for 2 people
Location: Gratton, nr Holsworthy
Going glamping on a vineyard is pretty much my idea of a good time.
If you’re the same way inclined, take a look at Gratton Vineyard Shepherds Huts.
There are two huts to choose from, Blossom and Rowan, and I can assure you that they’re both just as beautiful as their names.
Both huts enjoy a wood-fired hot tub, cosy double bed, kitchen, wood-burner, and an en-suite bathroom.
And on their 3.75-acre vineyard, you can enjoy beautiful walks, meet their animal family, and stargaze under Devon’s clear night skies.
(With a Gratton Vineyard cider or wine, of course. That’s obligatory!)
What guests say: “Amazing place to stay! The shepherd’s hut is beautiful. Very clean and everything you need to stay. We made the most of the gas BBQ with all kitchen items for cooking in the hut. Lovely welcome pack and extras including fresh scones were a great added touch.”
Price per night: From £220 for 2 people
Location: Dittisham, nr Dartmouth
Dittisham Hideaway Airstream is the ultimate American dream.
Built in 1956, the iconic and distinctively-styled curvy Airstream is certainly a sight for sore eyes.
My favourite thing about the Airstream is how there are several different places for you to relax.
Whether you choose the outdoor dining area, sun loungers, double hammock, or Oak Japanese wood-fired spa bath, you’re in for a treat, that’s for sure.
Okay, so it’s not a hot tub exactly, but the spa bath was too good to miss off this list!
What guests say: “We have never had such relaxing breaks as we do here. Long weekend the first time and back for a week this time. Definitely won’t be our last trip! So many things to do within the area that you’re spoilt for choice and impeccable accommodation to come back to – a true gem!”
Price per night: From £250 for 2 adults and 3 children
Location: Dittisham, nr Dartmouth
If you’re looking for one of the most luxurious places to go glamping in Devon with a hot tub, look no further than Dittisham Treehouses.
The treehouses house everything you could need and more, including a full kitchen, spacious living and dining area, two luxurious bathrooms, a double bedroom, and a triple bunk-bed for the little ones.
There are so many other luxuries to discover too, like Wi-Fi, Smart TVs, a Nespresso maker, Egyptian cotton bed linen, and more.
Oh, and how does a welcome hamper of West Country produce and a bottle of wine sound?
Outside, there’s the therapeutic treat of a wood-fired hot tub surrounded by endless trees.
That’s pretty much heaven on earth, no?
Well, there’s also a giant chess set and table football on the decking so you may be sharing the space with screaming kids…
What guests say: “What can I say? They have thought of everything. Beautifully furnished and was spotless when we arrived. Make no mistake these things are huge, this is glamping and then some! It felt completely private in the middle of the trees, with gorgeous views across the fields.”
Price per night: From £50 for 2 people
Location: Zeal Monachorum, nr Crediton
If Carlsberg did views, they would probably be those from The Wagon with Faraway Views.
I mean, this wagon has ‘faraway views’ in its name so the views have got to be good, right?
And when The Wagon only costs £25 per person per night, it’s got to be a no-brainer.
Book a stay here and you can expect a bubbling hot tub, spacious decking, a full kitchen (a luxury in any shepherds hut), a cosy living and sleeping area, a wood-burner, and an en-suite bathroom.
What else could you need?
What guests say: “Our week away in the wagon was absolute bliss! The wagon has the most amazing views and we loved seeing all the farm animals every day. It was the perfect way to relax and unwind, with the hot tub being a much-loved feature of the wagon.”
24. Rosewood Yurt
Price per night: From £79 for 2 people
Location: Sutcombe, nr Bude
Rosewood Yurt is a firm favourite of mine.
It not only comes with a dreamy wood-fired hot tub and it’s budget-friendly, but it looks the part inside too.
Marrying the romance of life under canvas with all the creature comforts of home, the yurts pack a lot into a small space.
In the main yurt, you’ll find a locally-crafted king-size bed, comfy sofa, wood-burner, dining table and chairs, kitchenette, and lots of storage.
The second smaller yurt comprises a bunk bed and a beautiful bathroom complete with a gorgeous free-standing bath.
Now, this is the life of luxury folks!
What guests say: ” The yurt was delightful. It was immaculately clean with several personal touches in place. It is in a beautiful setting, ideal if you have children, as there is plenty of space to play and generally have fun! I was very impressed with the all-around decoration and facilities around the site.”
Price per night: From £60 for 2 people
Location: Cadeleigh, nr Tiverton
What’s not to love about The Holly Pod at West Farleigh?
I mean, already from the photo above you can tell the hut ticks the ‘amazing view’ box.
On top of a great view, The Holly Pod also has a double bed, an en-suite, and an open-plan living and kitchen area with an electric oven, two-ring gas hob, TV and more.
Outside, you’ve also got relaxation areas aplenty, including a hot tub, hammock, and sun loungers.
However, if the pod somehow isn’t up to scratch for you, they also have a shepherds hut on-site that also comes with a hot tub!
What guests say: “Do not want to share positive feedback – I don’t want to share! This is an amazing slice of calm. The views are amazing. The pod is so snug and warm, even in November. We sat outside every evening listening to nothing but the owls. Can’t wait to be back.”
Price per night: From £170 for 2 adults and 2 children.
Location: Kerswell, nr Cullompton
Dreamhuts Shepherds Huts are a real dream come true.
See what I did there?
Set within a private paddock, you’ll find two beautifully appointed shepherd huts for you to choose from.
They both have a private hot tub and BBQ, and easy access to a custom-built barrel sauna.
They’re both filled with the same kinds of luxuries, so the only real difference is that The Shepherds Bliss sleeps two in a handmade king-size bed, and The Shepherds Rest sleeps two adults in a handmade king-size bed and two children in a bunk bed.
Top tip: make your stay even better by ordering a luxury food hamper or spa treatment ahead of arrival.
Pedicure? Yes, please!
What guests say: ” Just spent a wonderful two nights in the bliss hut. Everything was so luxurious and well-thought-out, we had everything we could want! From the hot tub, the views, the log burner, the privacy, the cosy atmosphere – it was perfect!”
Price per night: From £130 for 2 people
Location: Uffculme, nr Cullompton
Brookshill Farm Shepherds Hut is pretty much the definition of adorable.
I mean, its name is ‘Moobell’ so what could possibly be any cuter than that?
Moobell comprises a large comfy bed, kitchen, log-burning stove, compost loo, gas-powered shower, fire pit, and, of course, a wood-fired hot tub.
And what makes a hot tub even better?
Beautiful countryside views, of course!
Well, luckily for you, Brookshill Farm delivers on both of those fronts.
What guests say: “Absolutely fantastic stay. Beautiful location so quiet we even woke up to deer in the field nearby! A real getaway! Hot tub was a lovely addition. Water was always hot when we needed it in the hut.”
Price per night: From £210 for 4 people
Location: Crediton, nr Exeter
Holly Water Treehouse is a perfect little getaway for two couples or a group of friends.
With a great entertaining space indoors and spacious decking outside, you’ll be able to enjoy your company no matter rain or shine.
Aside from the beautiful wood-fired hot tub, the obvious highlight of this treehouse is the amazing countryside views.
Looking out across the rolling hills makes the stay worth it in itself.
However, if you want to make your holiday even more special, you can pay extra for a Cream Tea, a Savoury Tea, a Big Breakfast, or a Combo Basket!
What guests say: “Beautiful and tranquil location! The Beehive Treehouse is just amazing, everything about it is just perfect! We had the most fantastic break, will definitely go back again. Thank you for sharing it with us.”
Price per night: From £90 for 2 people
Location: Crediton, nr Exeter
If you want quality and luxury for an affordable price, then you’ll love Holly Water Shepherds Huts.
Set on the same beautiful site as Holly Water Treehouse, the shepherds huts enjoy all the same great views.
Alongside amazing views, they also have hand-built king-size beds, lovely en-suite bathrooms, wood-fired hot tubs, and delicious welcome baskets.
The huts also have great eco-credentials as they rely entirely on solar and propane gas on an entirely off-grid system.
One of the most eco-friendly places to go glamping in Devon with a hot tub? I think so!
What guests say: “The shepherds hut had everything we needed for the weekend- including board games, DVD’s, delicious scones and the most amazing log burner hot tub. We met two lovely goats and some very friendly chickens! The views were stunning and location perfect.”
30. Tin Can Cottage
Price per night: From £64 for 2 people
Location: Goodleigh, nr Barnstaple
Yes, can you believe it – Devon is home to not one, not two, but three Airstreams with hot tubs.
You guys are pretty lucky, huh?
The adorably named Tin Can Cottage is a sleek 1959 Tradewind Airstream caravan that looks the part both inside and out.
The guys at Coombe Farm have impressively packed a lot into a small space, including a bedroom with TV, an en-suite, and a fully-equipped kitchen and a living area.
Anticipate lots of little luxuries like a Smeg fridge and toaster, a Le Creuset kettle, pure French linen, Hungarian Goose down bedding, and cotton bathrobes.
Oh, and a pretty unique wood-fired DutchTub lit by twinkling lights!
What guests say: “Could not recommend this place more highly. Matt & Lisa are amazing hosts who really put their hearts and souls into what they do. A cosy caravan, cool hot tub and warm fire pit. What more could you need?”
Price per night: From £130.50 for 5 people
Location: Bratton Fleming, nr Ilfracombe
Westland Farm Yurt is one of the most budget-friendly places to go glamping in Devon with a hot tub.
If five of you share the yurt, it’ll set you back only £26 each a night which is pretty reasonable, no?
Set in a private three-acre field next to a babbling stream, the surroundings of this yurt are pretty amazing.
And luckily for you, the yurt itself is equally impressive!
Not only does it have a comfy memory foam mattress, wood-burner, kitchen bothy and private flushing loo but it also has a hot tub and sauna.
What guests say: “A wonderful experience! Having our morning coffee looking out onto the beautiful scenery and the farm animals cannot be beaten! Great place to stay. Great facilities too-heated shower/toilet rooms. I didn’t really want to tell anyone else how fantastic this place is as I want to keep this place our secret!”
Price per night: From £47 for 2 people
Location: Gulworthy, nr Tavistock
Rock View Shepherds Hut totally rocks.
More bad puns? I’ll see myself out.
Rock View is unique to the other glamping sites in Devon with a hot tub as it’s not in a field.
Woodland lovers will love this shepherds hut not only for its surroundings but also for its modern yet cosy interior.
Think modern kitchen meets cosy bed and wood-burner – the best of both worlds!
However, if you can drag yourself away from the shepherds hut, you’ll be rewarded with the perfect recipe of wood-fired hot tub plus beautiful views.
What guests say: “The hut was outstanding, super clean and cosy! The hot tub was the icing on the cake! We’re definitely coming back next year! Thank you!”
Price per night: From £130 for 2 people
Location: Barton Pitts, South Molton
Set in an unspoilt corner of Devon with some of the best night skies imaginable, you’ll find Three Moors View.
From its private setting in a secluded meadow to the bubbling hot tub that you’ll enjoy long dips in, this place just oozes romance.
The cabin itself was hand-built using British timber and is finished to the highest standards.
If luxury’s what you’re after, you’re sure to find it here!
Think Egyptian cotton linen, underfloor heating, the works.
While there’s no Wi-Fi, this just gives you all the more reason to spend some quality time with your loved one, whether that’s playing board games, going for long walks, or tucking into the homemade biscuits that await your arrival.
What guests say: “The most magical and romantic weekend ever! The cabin is absolutely beautiful. It has everything you need as well as breathtaking views! The hot tub is an added bonus, we watched the stars. We loved the special little touches like Jenny’s homemade shortbread and the board games.”
Price per night: From £170 for 2 people
Location: Milton Abbot, nr Tavistock
This Private Shepherds Hut is one of the most modern shepherds huts I’ve ever laid my eyes upon.
I can’t decide what I love most about the hut.
Is it the cosy double bed?
Is it the modern, luxurious kitchen and en-suite?
Or maybe it’s the wood-fired hot tub?
Oh wait, no, it’s the beautiful scenery, isn’t it?
Essentially what I’m saying is that there are endless reasons to book a stay here, and I can guarantee you’ll love every second of your trip!
What guests say: “Do not hesitate to book this shepherds hut! The lodge was so clean it felt like we were the first people to ever stay there. The finishing touches like the hot chocolate maker, marshmallows and tea bags really gave that extra special touch!”
Price per night: From £180 for 2 adults and 2 children
Location: Bratton Clovelly, nr Okehampton
With three treehouses to choose from, you’re spoilt for choice at Wolf Wood Treehouses.
The excitement begins before you even enter the treehouses, as you venture across the rope-bridges, high amongst the tree canopy.
The treehouses are all stocked with board games, books, and music galore meaning you can easily spend the weekend not leaving the comfort of your tree!
And when they also bless you with a large outdoor hot tub, what more could you ask for?
Oh, you want some amazing views too?
Don’t worry, Wolf Wood has got you covered!
What guests say: “I had a lovely stay at the Lookout Treehouse! The treehouse itself was so nicely built and beautifully decorated inside. It’s located in a remote area meaning it was so peaceful and relaxing. The hot tub and fire were my favourite part of the stay and this was made even better by the hidden sauna down the pathway beside it! I could not fault anything about it.”
Price per night: From £60 for 2 people
Location: Cranbrook, nr Exeter
I’ve got to say that Crannaford Shepherds Hut is one of the most beautiful shepherds huts I’ve ever laid my eyes on.
So, of course, it deserves its place on this list of the best places to go glamping in Devon with a hot tub!
The bespoke handcrafted hut houses a king-sized bed, a wood-burning stove, an en suite shower room, and an exceptionally cleverly fitted kitchen.
Throw open the doors to the huts and you’ll see a wide-open meadow with a hot tub and fire-pit where you can kick back and enjoy all the views.
Prosecco in the tub and s’mores by the fire, anyone?
What guests say: “This property exceeded our expectations, it was amazing. The owners were very friendly but not intrusive. They supplied tea coffee sugar milk orange juice and Prosecco. The hot tub was perfect and the area was very relaxing.”
37. Coastal Cabins
Price per night: From £67 for 4 people
Location: Hartland, Philham
These Coastal Cabins may be small but boy do they pack a punch.
Inside, you’ll find a sumptuous king-sized bed, a TV, electric heating, and a fully equipped bathroom and kitchen.
And that’s not even to mention the surroundings!
Outside on the decking, you’ll find a picnic table – the perfect spot to enjoy evening drinks or breakfast al fresco while soaking up the views of the gentle fishing lake that’s set alongside the cabin.
From here, you can enjoy a multitude of breathtaking walks and beaches, so pop your shoes on and get ready to explore!
What guests say: “Wow, these beautiful cabins have it all. Cosy, peaceful and picturesque. This place is a must for anyone who enjoys camping with all the comforts. We went to celebrate our wedding anniversary and enjoyed a complimentary hour in the wild spa hot tub. This place is a perfect getaway with beautiful places to visit.”
38. The Orchard Hut
Price per night: From £112 for 2 people
Location: Bampton, nr Tiverton
Situated on the edge of Exmoor with beautiful countryside views, The Orchard Hut is oh-so-homely.
The perfect night sleep awaits you in the form of a luxurious double bed fitted with the finest 1000 thread count Egyptian cotton bedding.
You can instantly tell that a lot of thought has gone into making the hut so lovely, with lots of special touches that make your stay a good one.
One of those touches is a welcome pack including fresh free-range eggs from the farm.
Whip yourself a delicious breakfast before hopping into the wood-fired hot tub!
What guests say: “This is a lovely place to stay. The hot tub is just perfect – lovely and warm and a great place to watch the stars, even on a winter’s evening. The hut itself is so pretty. There’s everything you need and the bed is incredibly comfy.”
Price per night: From £114 for 6-10 people
Location: Silverton, nr Tiverton
Billingsmoor Farm Safari Tents is one of the cheapest glamping holidays in Devon with a hot tub.
When split between 10 people, you’re looking at paying just £11.40 a night each.
However, these safari tents are worth a stay regardless of the cheap price tag.
Each of the five tents comes with a private picnic bench and campfire, private loos, and more.
However, only two of the tents come with hot tubs so make sure you pick the right one when booking!
Top tip: treat yourself to one of their bookable extras such as bed making, arrival meals, and breakfast and BBQ hampers.
What guests say: ” Robert and Jayne are amazing hosts, nothing was too much trouble and they went above and beyond what we expected. The location is stunning. Our sixth Featherdown experience and definitely the best one yet!”
Price per night: From £93 for 4 people
Location: Kilkhampton, Bude
From the flickering wood-burner to the stargazing window to the underfloor heating, there’s so much to love about The Ocean Room Roundhouse.
The roundhouse comprises two cabin rooms, a fully fitted kitchen, and a modern en-suite.
And the peaceful, scenic surroundings are made all the better by the addition of the bubbling hot tub which you can enjoy once the kids turn in for the night!
It really does feel like a little hotel room.
However, despite all the modern luxuries, you’ll still be able to get back to nature by sharing stories around the campfire or cooking in the pizza oven.
What guests say: “Excellent accommodation. Beautiful roundhouse and the hot tub was a wonderful perk as was at the correct temperature as soon as you wanted To use it. Would definitely return and recommend to others.”
Price per night: From £475 for 8 people
Location: Yeoford, nr Crediton
There are three safari tents at Troney Valley Escapes and each is as wonderful as the last!
The luxuriously-appointed safari tents (Hare’s Hide, Deer’s Rest and Owl’s Den) all benefit from a Swedish cedarwood log-burning hot tub or double outdoor baths.
I’m not sure which I’m more desperate to bathe in!
Aside from their hot tubs, the safari tents sleep up to eight people each and contain all the amenities you would expect from boutique self-catering accommodation.
We’re talking a fully-furnished country-style kitchen, spacious bedrooms, luxury bathrooms, the list goes on…
I can guarantee you won’t want to come home after a stay here!
What guests say: “We had an amazing stay at Troney Valley Escapes in the heart of the Devon countryside. An utterly relaxing and invigorating experience. It was an opportunity to re-energize and refresh. We loved our stay and will be back again soon.”
Price per night: From £95 for 2 people
Location: Clyst St Lawrence, nr Cullompton
Last but by no means least, let’s end things on a high with Scorlinch Shepherds Hut.
The hut is perfectly perched on a hilltop so you can enjoy only the best views of rolling green hills.
Match that with a private bubbling hot tub and sauna and you’re onto a winner!
The hut itself is cosy, compact and completely romantic.
And to make things even better, it’s powered entirely by a mini wood and solar power station.
Gorgeous and eco-friendly?
Sign me right up!
What guests say: “You’re surrounded by glorious views, fields and sheep – and the hut is wonderful. Every little detail is thought about. The Milking Parlour spa is brilliant and so relaxing, and the breakfast baskets you can order is full of good quality products and some homemade treats.”
Quick Breakdown of the Best Places to Glamping in Devon with a Hot Tub
As you can see, there are so many amazing places to go glamping with a hot tub in Devon.
So much so that I’m sure you’re already struggling with which to choose!
That’s why I’ve done the legwork for you and shortlisted six of the best for you which will hopefully, narrow down your search.
My personal favourite glamping site: Sunridge Geodome
The cheapest glamping site: Rock View Shepherds Hut
Most luxurious glamping site: Dittisham Treehouses
Most unique glamping site: Humble Bee Cabin
Best glamping site for couples: Private Shepherds Hut
Best glamping site for large groups: Billingsmoor Farm Safari Tents
So there you have it: the 42 best places to go glamping in Devon with a hot tub!
It’s safe to say that if you’re a big fan of hot tubs and beautiful accommodation, Devon’s got you covered.
Pick your favourite place to go glamping with a hot tub in Devon and get booking!