Something for Everyone!
Whether you are coming for a fun packed family break (including your furry friend, after all, you can't leave them out!), a couple's romantic stay, a break with your best friends, or simply just to escape it all, we have everything you need to relax and unwind.
The Closest Holiday Park to Woolacombe Beach
As the closest holiday park to the beach, our dedicated footpath to the beach will take you straight to the heart of Woolacombe through National Trust countryside within 10-20 minutes and allows you to avoid parking charges and explore the beautiful surroundings.
Our enchanted off-road footpath takes you safely to the beach and Woolacombe Village where you can enjoy family-friendly independent shops, restaurants, cafe's and bars, even with your furry friend if you decide to bring your dog!
Stunning Views of the Sea and Countryside
If you prefer to relax in your accommodation you can soak in the beautiful sunsets with a bottle of wine from our onsite shop or enjoy the views from the new sun terrace in The Clubhouse with a cocktail and dinner.
As a small family owned and run business we continually reinvest profits to improve the park for your enjoyment. Over the past couple of years we have seen new caravans added to our fleet, chalet improvements, a new children’s park, Clubhouse refurbishment and arcade refurbishment, a new sun terrace, new toilet and shower blocks for the campers, road improvements, a new kitchen in the shop to extend their breakfast, lunch and dinner menu and recently we have added Sea View Cabins, built more seasonal pitches and so much more.
If you decide to bring your dog, we offer pet-friendly accommodation and have a dedicated dog exercise area situated in the park and a stunning Woodland Walk through the Bluebell Woods with amazing views through the valley. We welcome well-behaved dogs into our Clubhouse too so no need to leave them in your accommodation!
We are so lucky to be in such a beautiful area. Woolacombe and our surroundings boast some beautiful walks. Why not take a walk up and over Potters Hill(the hill that is in front of the site)? You can see beautiful views from of Woolacombe and then drop down into Marine Drive and stop for a coffee or maybe a picnic on the beach?