Alright, you’re all set for a caravan holiday. You have your camper van cleaned out, charged up, and fueled, you’ve packed your bags up, and you’ve gotten time off work to enjoy a week with your family; uninterrupted by the stresses of life.
What do you do?
Well, you might be surprised to find out caravan holidays in Devon have a lot of potential.
Here are some of the top spots you should check out.
1: Woolacombe Holiday Parks
First and foremost, we have to start with the simplest, yet most all-encompassing, experience you can get. The Woolacombe holiday parks in Devon offer just about everything you could want to do in one spot. You can fish, hike, go horseback riding, enjoy a waterpark, play sports, or even hit up the beach for a lazy day. Better yet, the four parks are all included in one pass, and they’re friendly to camper vans.
Whether you want a place that has a lot to offer to call home base while venturing out to other places, or you just want to spend your holiday in one spot with a lot to do, the holiday parks are great options.
2: Beer and Lyme Bay
This seaside village tells you what it’s all about in its name. It’s a coastal village with beautiful beaches offset by steep, white, cliffs that are absolutely beautiful to behold at sunset or the early sunrise, the area is known for producing some of the finest brews in the UK complete with seaside seating to enjoy them with, and of course, the smalltown culture is one that is welcoming and enjoyable for tourists from all over the world.
You can find a nearby place that is suitable for a camper van, or you can simply put this on your list of places to go while you’re in the area. Either way, you won’t regret it.
3: The Jack in the Green Inn
This gastro pub isn’t just a decent place to grab some grub. It’s one of the best gastro pubs in all of England, and it has the back-to-back awards to prove it.
The Jack in the Green Inn is known for its unique and tasty twist on classic British food, and whether you’re a UK resident or a tourist traveling abroad, you’re sure to experience something new when you visit.
Better yet, it’s not a high-end establishment that prides itself on overpriced meals sized appropriately for a toddler. The Jack in the Green Inn is fairly priced, produced excellent quality food in portions you’ll love, and adds its own culinary twists that will keep you coming back for more; no matter how experienced you are with British cuisine.
4: Knightshayes National Trust
The Knightshayes Court is a large property that is accessible to the public, but it has a long history of protecting the coast from attack and providing aid to travelers. While the Knightshayes building is reminiscent of old-fashioned luxury homes, it is open to the public.
Besides tours and a peaceful atmosphere, Knightshayes National Trust also has a fully operational kitchen that serves as a dine-in experience. This historical location is key to understanding Devon’s role in the greater part of England, and it’s a must-see landmark.