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Golden Sands Holiday Park in Dawlish, Devon. South Devon is just about the most popular place in the country to visit and Dawlish is no exception, thats why Park Holidays UK has 3 fantastic Holiday parks there (hope we dont seem too greedy, we just love the area). Golden Sands is new to Park Holidays UK but it feels like its been part of the group for years and families have been enjoying their holidays at Golden Sands for years. Our holiday guests seem to come back year after year and many are on first name terms with our team members.
Lodge 48 in Bideford, Devon. Woolsery is a small village in North Devon, which offers a shop and pub. Hartland Forest is nearby and includes hundreds of acres of woodland. Five miles away is the village of Clovelly, with its pretty cottages, cobbled footpath, and 14th Century harbour. The seashore from Bideford to Bude is part of the National Trust's Heritage Coastline and offers walks and stunning cliffs at Hartland Quay. Bude and the Tamar Lakes offer watersports, which means there is something for everyone.
Hartland Lodge 59 in Bideford, Devon. Woolsery is an attractive village, set within the unspoiled rolling North Devon countryside. The village is bordered by wonderful coastlines and country walks, and its history can be traced back to before the Domesday Book. The heart of the village was built around its Norman Church and there are many small festivals and fairs throughout the year, including the ‘Woolsery Show’, which has been established since the 1800’s. Woolsery is also famous for its cheese. A trip to the local dairy will show you cheeses handmade using traditional methods using fresh goat’s and cow’s milk to produce a range of cheeses, from soft through to hard. Woolsery village is within easy reach of the sandy beaches of Westward Ho and the fishing village of Instow and Appledore. Nearby, you can also visit Clovelly with its steep cobbled streets and Hartland & Stoke with their Abbey and church, whilst surf-enthusiasts will appreciate the well-known surfing centre of Bude.
The Log Cabin in Honiton, Devon. The Hills are a nationally important landscape and were designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in recognition of the special qualities of its natural and built environment. Being relatively unspoilt, the Hills offer a rare sense of timelessness. A network of hedges, mature hedgerow trees and small copses link a rich mosaic of semi-natural habitats. The area is perfect for walks, cycling and horse riding where the quiet bridleways and byways offer many opportunities to explore and enjoy the locally distinctive buildings, archaeological remains and natural flora and fauna. Sheldon is centrally located to explore attractions further away, such as the City of Exeter with its ancient Cathedral, High Street shopping and arts centres. Historic Honiton is also nearby, giving you a chance to find out more about the honey exports that gave the town its name and, a few miles south, you’ll find the unspoilt beaches of Exmouth and the rest of the Jurassic Coast.
Waterside Holiday Park in Paignton, Devon. Thats not the only reason to spend a holiday or short break at Waterside. The entertainment venue is one of our finest with plenty of room to take in our live shows - you can enjoy a different show every night of the week at Waterside and theres no extra to pay.
Bovisand Lodge Holiday Park in Plymouth, Devon. The family-run Bovisand Lodge Holiday Park is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the south Devon coast. The park's well-equipped 2 and 3 bedroom caravans,as well as the 1, 2 and 3 lodges and apartments, lie within a 21-acre valley with a stunning sea view of the Cornish Coast. Bovisand beach is just a 5-minute walk away.
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