Places of Interest

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The picture book seaside town of Sidmouth lies 2 miles away. With its elegant Victorian architecture and vibrant floral displays Sidmouth creates a charming environment in which to explore or soak up the Summer. Our Leisure Lodges and Caravan Holiday Homes replicate Sidmouth's high standards and stunning setting.

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The world-renowned Donkey Sanctuary is a stone’s throw away from our family run caravan park and is easily reached via the field trail. Visit, for free, to see how state-of-the-art donkey care combined with patient kindness really works.

We work hand in glove with the Donkey Sanctuary and several of our customers have purchased Caravan Holiday Homes with us to be as close as possible to the Sanctuary and to help with volunteer projects.

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10 miles away, Lyme Regis's sea cliffs are of particular interest with their rich cache of fossils being revealed by constant erosion. The busy ‘Cobb’ harbour supplies many local restaurants with delicacies from the sea – definitely worth sampling.

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Explore Dartmoor’s stunning wilderness. Wander through lofty granite outcrops – the Tors – or discover ancient Bronze Age settlements. There are gorges, waterfalls and wild ponies grazing in moorland heather. Picnic by the stepping stones of a crystal clear stream or snuggle up by a crackling log fire of a centuries old Ale House. After you've finished with the 'High ground' head back to our Sidmouth Caravan Park to finish the day in your own comfy Holiday Lodge or Caravan Holiday Home.

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Beer, 3 miles away, is a quaint fishing village where the local skippers can take you mackerel fishing. Alternatively, be your own guide, hire a boat and potter around the sheltered bay or West towards our South Devon Caravan Park.


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Visit Beer Quarry Caves where the excavated stone has been used in many famous buildings from Roman Times to present day.

To learn more about Beer Quarry Caves, click here.

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 And when the summer nights draw in, take a fascinating look at the stars through the telescope at the nearby Norman Lockyer Observatory.

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Branscombe, 1.5 miles away, with its beautiful setting is very much in keeping with our small family run caravan park. It is the longest village in England and offers a working thatched forge, drive-on beach and two wonderful pubs hosting vigorous beer festivals. If beer isn’t to your liking treat yourself to a scrumptious Clotted Cream Tea!

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Exeter City & Cathedral 15 miles away. Full of character and ancient history Devon’s capital provides shopping to satisfy everybody's taste. With over 70 shops in Princesshay, covering the very best of the high street names as well as some more specialised and independent stores. After a hectic day's shopping and sightseeing head back to unwind and relax at our quiet caravan park.

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Dunscombe quarry provides a rich seam of Yellow Sandstone which was one of the original stones used to build Exeter Cathedral. Recently re-opened, the small ‘Delf’ quietly provides up to 5 cubic metres of sandstone annually for renovations at Exeter’s beautiful centrepiece Cathedral.

There are also several archaeological features out on the Dunscombe cliff ‘bumps’ whose history can be traced back to the agricultural and ancient construction use of Lime. Our South Devon Caravan Park is full of intrigue, heritage and interesting things to discover !