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Overlooking East Devon’s spectacular Corry Valley, just 6 miles from the world-renowned Jurassic Coast, this friendly park offers a perfectly located base for relaxing and exploring all the delights of the glorious West Country.
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Andrewshayes Orchard Retreat is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection.
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Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a family vacation, Atlantic Bays in Padstow may just be the perfect destination for you.
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Imagine your perfect family getaway in the heart of North Cornwall, where you can enjoy plenty of resort activities while being a stone’s throw away from the county’s most popular attractions, breathtakingly beautiful beaches and famous surf spots.
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Bath Mill Lodge Retreat, a stunning five star destination just 3 miles from the World Heritage City of Bath.
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Relax in contemporary style with these stunning villas.
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Beach Cove Coastal Retreat is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection.
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Superbly situated just 200 yards from a beautiful sandy beach surrounded by towering cliffs, these well appointed apartments in stunning Watergate Bay are perfect for a relaxing Cornish seaside break.
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Enjoying stunning sea views over the nearby coast, Beverley Park offers excellent facilities for all the family.
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Close to the safe sandy beaches and numerous family attractions of the English Riviera, Beverley View offers you a superb base for a fun family holiday.
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Bideford Bay Holiday Park presents an idyllic setting for a family holiday, surrounded by countryside and close to the stunning coastline.
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Blue Hills Holiday Park is situated close to the scenic North Cornish coast just a few minutes walk from Trevellas Cove.
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Bodmin Holiday Park is beautifully situated in over 96 acres of unspoilt woodland and parkland.
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Bossiney Bay

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This small scenic park sits minutes from a beautiful sandy bay and is a real hidden gem.
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Bossiney Bay Cottages is part of our Daisy Door Cottage style Collection, enviably located in a picturesque valley just a short stroll from a secluded sandy bay and only 5 minutes’ drive from historic Tintagel.
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south-west-england Park & Visitor Guide

Discover South West England, where the rugged coastline meets lush countryside, and family adventure awaits at every turn. Bordered by Wales to the west and the English Channel to the south, this region boasts the breathtaking Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks. Famous for its scenic beaches, historic ports, and the mysterious Stonehenge, South West England offers a blend of outdoor excitement and ancient history. Indulge in fresh seafood, creamy Cornish ice cream, and savory pasties. From surfing in Cornwall to exploring the Roman Baths in Bath, there's an activity for every family member. Plus, with numerous holiday parks dotting the landscape, finding the perfect family getaway spot is a breeze.

Holiday Parks - everything you need without the hassle

South West England is a gem for families looking to escape the routine and dive into a holiday filled with fun, nature, and a sprinkle of magic. The area is steeped in a rich tapestry of history, from ancient stone circles to tales of smugglers on its rugged coastlines, but don't let that make you think it's stuck in the past. It's the perfect blend of old and new, offering something for everyone. What makes it unique? Its diverse landscapes, from the rolling hills of the Cotswolds to the dramatic cliffs of Cornwall, are a big part of its charm.

For families, this area is ideal because of its wide range of activities suitable for all ages, its safe and welcoming holiday parks, and the fact that there's always something new on the horizon. This year, the spotlight is on the newly opened Lakeside Family Fun Park in Devon, boasting an array of water sports and outdoor activities. Keep an eye out for the Cornwall Food Festival, an annual event that showcases the best local produce and cuisine. TripAdvisor scores for holiday parks in this region often hover around the 4.5 mark, a testament to their quality and the experiences they offer.

Pools, shops and everything on site

A family holiday park break is like having a mini-village at your fingertips. You've got the freedom and space of self-catering accommodation, coupled with the convenience of on-site amenities. Why choose a holiday park over a hotel? The answer is simple: the blend of convenience and price, not to mention the added bonus of having your own space. On-site shops mean you can grab what you need when you need it, and self-catering is a great way to save money on meals.

The joy of piling into the car with everything you need cannot be overstated – it's the ultimate in convenience. And once you're there, the fun really starts. Indoor and outdoor pools, with slides and splash zones, are a hit with the kids, while evening entertainment keeps the whole family amused. It's the hassle-free, fun-filled holiday everyone needs.

Stuff Your Kids Will Love

South West England is a playground for kids. With venues like Crealy Adventure Park (EX5 1DR) offering thrilling rides and The Eden Project (PL24 2SG) with its giant biomes and educational workshops, there's no shortage of excitement. Holiday park breaks are particularly good for kids because they're designed with families in mind. Play areas, kids' clubs, and pools mean there's always something to do.

For babies, the ease of packing everything into the car – from nappies to nightlights – and setting off without the stress of airports is a game-changer. It's about creating a home from home, but with a lot more fun and a lot less stress.

Taking your Pet?

Yes, South West England loves your furry friends as much as you do! Many holiday parks in the area are pet-friendly, offering dedicated walking areas and even special doggy welcome packs. When it comes to dining out, The Dog and Duck Pub (PL15 8NL) and The Seaside Bistro (TR7 1BD) welcome pets with open arms.

A top tip for visiting with dogs is to look for parks with enclosed gardens. It gives you peace of mind and lets your pet enjoy the freedom of the outdoors safely. Always check the local beaches too, as many have specific times of the year when dogs are welcome.

Family Days Out

Activity Age Range Price Guide (£) Postcode
Crealy Adventure Park All ages 15-30 EX5 1DR
The Eden Project All ages 10-28 PL24 2SG
Dartmoor National Park All ages Free PL20 6SG
Paignton Zoo All ages 15-22 TQ4 7EU
Wookey Hole Caves All ages 12-20 BA5 1BB
Bournemouth Beach All ages Free BH2 5AA
St Michael's Mount All ages 9-12 TR17 0EF
Jurassic Skyline All ages 7-10 DT4 7SX
Corfe Castle All ages 10-13 BH20 5EZ
Newquay Aquarium All ages 10-15 TR7 1DU

Choosing South West England for your family holiday park break means embracing a world of adventure, relaxation, and unforgettable memories. Whether it's soaking up the history, enjoying the beaches, or exploring the great outdoors, it's a destination that has it all.

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Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire is where the Forest of Dean invites families for outdoor adventures and where the elegant city of Gloucester showcases its stunning cathedral. The Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens (GL7 5TN) is a must-visit for animal lovers, offering close encounters with a variety of species. Food-wise, the county is famed for its Double Gloucester cheese, often featured in the quirky cheese-rolling event at Cooper's Hill. For stays, consider the Whitemead Forest Park (GL15 4LA) for its excellent facilities and location.

Wiltshire

Wiltshire

Wiltshire is home to the iconic Stonehenge (SP4 7DE), a must-see for families exploring the mysteries of ancient Britain. The county's main city, Salisbury, boasts the majestic Salisbury Cathedral (SP1 2EJ) with Britain's tallest spire. For family fun, the Cholderton Charlie's Farm (SP4 0EW) offers a day out with animals and play areas. Don't miss trying the Wiltshire Lardy cake, a local delicacy. The Devizes Camping and Caravanning Club Site (SN10 2DW) provides a great base for exploring.

Cornwall

Cornwall

Cornwall is famous for its stunning beaches, surf spots, and the Eden Project (PL24 2SG), a giant indoor rainforest. Families love visiting Flambards Theme Park (TR13 0QA) for thrilling rides. Cornish pasties and cream teas are a must-try here. For seaside holiday parks, check out Perran Sands Holiday Park (TR6 0AQ) for its direct beach access and family activities. Cornwall's vibrant arts scene includes the annual St Ives September Festival.

Devon

Devon

Devon, with its two coastlines, Dartmoor National Park, and the historic city of Exeter, offers endless activities for families. Crealy Theme Park & Resort (EX5 1DR) is perfect for fun rides and entertainment. The county is renowned for its Devonshire cream teas. For accommodation, Ladram Bay Holiday Park (EX9 7BX) offers stunning sea views and family-friendly facilities. Don't miss the annual Exeter Festival of South West Food & Drink for a taste of local cuisine.

Somerset

Somerset

Somerset is known for its historic sites like Glastonbury Tor (BA6 8BG) and the Roman Baths in Bath (BA1 1LZ). Families can enjoy a day out at Wookey Hole Caves (BA5 1BB). Somerset cider and Cheddar cheese, originating from the Cheddar village, are local treats. Holiday Resort Unity (TA8 2RB) in Brean offers a mix of entertainment and beach access, making it an excellent choice for family stays. The annual Bath Festival celebrates music, literature, and culture.

Dorset

Dorset

Dorset boasts the Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site, where families can go fossil hunting. Visit Monkey World (BH20 6HH) for a memorable day with primates. The county is famous for its Dorset Apple Cake. For a coastal retreat, Haven Weymouth Bay Holiday Park (DT3 6BQ) offers entertainment and direct beach access. The annual Dorset Seafood Festival in Weymouth showcases the best of local seafood and maritime heritage.

Please note that the details provided above are based on information available up to early 2023. For the most current details, including opening times, prices, and events, always check directly with the venue or holiday park before planning your trip.

FAQs

This is our first holiday park break, what should we expect?

Expect a blend of adventure and relaxation. Most holiday parks in South West England offer a range of facilities, like pools, play areas, and entertainment, making them perfect for families. Accommodations vary from cozy caravans to luxury lodges, so there's something for every budget and taste.

What should I pack?

For families with kids or a baby, pack swim gear, comfortable clothing for all weather, and sturdy shoes for exploring. Don't forget baby essentials like formula, nappies, and a travel cot if your accommodation doesn't provide one. A first aid kit and some board games or DVDs for chill evenings are also must-haves.

Where do you park?

Most holiday parks in South West England offer free on-site parking close to your accommodation. Some might have designated parking areas a short walk from your lodging, so it's always a good idea to check with the park beforehand if you have lots of luggage or need accessibility considerations.

Do we need to pack food?

It's a good idea to bring some basics, especially for longer stays. While many parks have on-site shops or are close to local supermarkets, packing your favourite snacks, breakfast essentials, and a few easy-to-prepare meals can save time and money. Plus, it's handy for picnics during day trips.

What if it rains?

Rainy days are a chance to explore indoor attractions. The Eden Project and SEA LIFE Weymouth are fantastic options. Holiday parks often have indoor pools, arcades, and activity programs, too. It's also the perfect excuse for a cosy movie day in your accommodation.

Is South West England a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Absolutely! Visiting off-season means fewer crowds and often cheaper rates. Many parks remain open year-round, offering heated accommodations and indoor facilities. Plus, the scenery in places like Cornwall and Devon is stunning in the autumn and winter. Just pack warmer clothes!

What is included in the price?

Typically, your accommodation and basic amenities are included. Access to pools, playgrounds, and entertainment programs might also be part of the deal. However, some activities, high-speed Wi-Fi, and dining could be extra, so check the park's website or call ahead to avoid surprises.

Are pets allowed in holiday parks?

Many holiday parks in South West England are pet-friendly, allowing you to bring your furry friends along. However, there might be restrictions on the number of pets or specific accommodations allocated for pet owners, so it's best to confirm with the park when booking.

How accessible are holiday parks for those with mobility issues?

Most parks offer accessible accommodation options with features like ramp access and walk-in showers. Facilities like restaurants and entertainment venues are also designed with accessibility in mind. Always let the park know your needs in advance to ensure the right arrangements can be made.

Can I find any holiday parks with eco-friendly policies?

Yes, eco-conscious travellers will find several holiday parks in South West England with strong sustainability practices, like Woolacombe Bay Holiday Parks. These parks focus on recycling, reducing energy consumption, and protecting local wildlife, so you can enjoy a break that aligns with your values.

What's the best way to explore the local area?

Renting a bike or bringing your own is a fantastic way to see the sights. Many parks are situated in areas with beautiful trails and coastal paths, like Lands End or the Dartmoor National Park. Plus, it's a great way to stay active and reduce your carbon footprint during your holiday.