Book both tents and the entire site is all yours
From 4th July we are taking bookings in line with government guide lines.
You have the meadow and woodlands to yourselves with only your own party using all the facilities.
Cleaning products, antibacterial spray and hand sanitiser will be provided. Bedding is supplied, but we are now asking that you please bring your own towels.
So come camping without the worry and stay in a wonderful safari-style tent, or a woodland yurt, furnished to make your stay comfortable.
You can book just one of the two tents, either the yurt or the safari tent (2 adults and 2 children in each).
Or, if you have a larger family group that wish to isolate together, book both tents and even bring your own extra tent (up to a maximum of 12 people in total).
But we will not allow other visitors or guests to stay during your own time at Driftaway.
And whilst more and more places cater for an increasingly up market, glamorous clientele, we are steadfastly ‘keeping the camping in glamping’. It’s more about camping in total comfort than glamping in cosseted luxury.
If you are wondering where you can go on holiday this year in Britain due to the coronavirus outbreak, at Driftaway Camping we have arranged for you to feel as safe as possible.
By allowing only one family/group at a time to stay, you can remain shielded and isolated at our secluded site, with no one else around.
At DriftAway Camping you are in the ideal location to explore a large area of the south west. You will never be lost for places to see and visit, walks and rides, or for a wide range of activities, both sedate and active.
Not keen on cooking and catering? Let us help - Liz is a chef and can provide some, or even all, of your meals ready prepared.
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"Keeping the camping in glamping"
on the borders of Somerset, Devon and Dorset