Glamping Safari Tent and Shepherds Hut, Devon

Glamping Devon Escape To The Country

For those of you who do not follow us on Facebook – well last month we had a very exciting day filming with Escape to the Country.  They spent a whole 9 hours filming our Glamping site and Farm.  The programme should be viewed in about 6 month time!  How exciting!!

A week today!!

We are just a little too excited here today so we just had to let you know that a week today the Shepherds Hut will arrive!!!

New Signs

Today at Knightstone HQ I have made some new signs, one each for our Safari Tent and Shepherds Hut check out our Facebook page #KnighstoneFarmSafariRetreat.

Lambing

Its coming up to the time of year when we will have lots of baby lambs bouncing about!  We have 8 Ewes in lamb this year – how many lambs do you think we will have?  Time will tell!  Wish us all luck!

Our Favourite Family Attraction

Our family’s favourite place has to Crealy adventure park!!    There are animals that you can get up and close with which our 1 year old absolutely loves, slides galore and rides to suit a 4 year old and adults!  We try to visit at least once a year#1

Only a few dates left this summer

We are selling out fast for this summer. We only have availability for 1 week from Friday 26th June – Friday 3rd July and then Tuesday 14th July – Friday 17th July. The next available dates are from Tuesday 8th September.

Will the Beavers be able to stay??

Tomorrow comes the big news that we have been waiting for……. Are the Beavers aloud to stay on our River Otter for a five year trial?  Fingers crossed!!  We will post the outcome tomorrow!

In the news – Knightstone Safari Tent’s Beaver

Below are some of the recent press articles written about the wild beaver we have living on the river right near our Safari Tent. We we’re lucky enough to feature on BBC Radio Devon, BBC South West (Spotlight) and all across regional and national newspapers. Click on the images to visit the articles.  

Wildlife shots

Check out our wildlife shots taken by a local nature enthusiast using a night vision camera on our land.  Photos so far include Deer, Foxes, Otters and a Beaver!!!!!