The six identical two person bell tents are pitched in a nine-acre field just 5 minutes walk from the secluded Pamflete Beach. They all have the use of three hot showers, two compost loos and a cool kitchen housed in a converted horsebox, where there are four gas hobs and all the cutlery and crockery you need. Each tent has its own BBQ fire pit and inside, the tents have been kitted out with double beds, blankets and hot water bottles for comfort as well as cool boxes with ice packs. They make cool and cosy spots to crash after a day of paddling on the water or strolling in the woods along the 7 miles of private drives.
The Flete Estate is a gorgeous place to spend a few days. You can alternate between seeking out the many sandy beaches for which the tents are named, watching kingfishers hunting over the water, or wandering the carriage drives at your leisure. Twenty minutes away on foot you’ll find superb seafood at The Schoolhouse in Mothecombe and a forty-five minute walk will take you to a lovely local in the village of Holbeton and the Mildmay Colours pub. You could hit the coastal path or paddle board inland on the incoming tide, all the while keeping your eyes out for the ospreys, curlews and aven sea eagles which have been know to visit the unspoiled environment which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Marine Conservation zone.
For the comfort and consideration of other guests we regret no hens, stag dos, pets or children.