Welcome to Hole Station Campsite & Self Catering Holidays in Devon
 
Woodland tent camping

Camper van camping

Bluebell railway carriage self catering


Exclusive adult only (18+) holidays in deep Devon countryside 
 
This is where you  leave the madding crowd firmly in rear view

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The Woodland Campsite

 

You will find camping at Hole Station Campsite a unique experience, not least because it isn't just a convenient place to plonk a tent, it's because it is a stand alone adventure in itself.

 

You camp in a natural deciduous woodland that is part of a private nature reserve and rewilding project. 

Pitches are set in private individual clearings, with the space and distance between you and your fellow campers that 'open field' sites can only dream of.  You definitely won't be tripping over next door's guylines!

Campfires are permitted, that's a given.

Absence of rowdy groups, others music choices, car headlights shining in your tent, car doors slamming, kids shouting?

Absolutely - no need for you to put up with any of that.  

You have 3 camping options. One where you bring all your own camping kit. 

One where you don't, it's all provided for you - and camper vanning too (that includes trailer and roof tents).

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 The Bluebell self catering railway carriage

 

Built in the 1920's the Bluebell is a restored Norwegian railway carriage, beautifully appointed self catering  providing you with a unique holiday experience. 

Because the Bluebell is a Norwegian carriage, it's broad guage so loads of space - including two bedrooms both with ensuite facilities.

Do you see yourself sipping cocktails on your private platform, overlooking the wildflower meadow and the woods?

Excellent. 

 

The Bluebell is ready to help you indulge your entirely deserved moment of decadence.

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Tell me about the site facilities

 

Ok then, as far as site facilities go that applies mainly to campers, as the Bluebell is self contained.

All good so far, but what about campfires?

So what about places to visit and things to do?

Your pretty words are not enough - SHOW ME!

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