Take time out to discover Devon

Haven Devon Cliffs Holiday Park is situated in a beautiful part of East Devon, close to the town of Exmouth, famous for it’s two mile stretch of golden sand. It has a good shopping centre, beautiful gardens and is only 5 minutes drive away, or you can take the bus from the Park. The East Devon coast had been officially ranked alongside the Grand Canyon as one of the natural wonders of the world. It provides a fascinating glimpse into the ancient past, including the entire Jurassic period.

For more information visit:  Exmouth Guide

 

 Reflexology - Exmouth

The technique known today as Reflexology has been used by man for thousands of years. It can benefit people of all ages and can bring relief to a wide range of conditions.

Sue Date has over 20 years experience in this Complementary Therapy and works to the highest standards with a professional code of practice.

For more information Tel. 01395 279704

The Donkey Sanctury - Sidmouth

Set in the rolling countryside, this Sanctuary is home to around 500 rescued and donated Donkeys. Who could resist a visit to see these gentle animals. Take a picnic and spend the day there…..       IT’S FREE!!

Tel. 01395 578222

Bicton Park - East Budleigh

It has historic gardens with one of the world’s most attractive buildings ‘The Palm House’. It’s an amazing place for children, with the Bigfoot Maze, Climbing Camp...and more.  And it’s only about 15 mins drive away.

Tel. 01395 568465

Crealy Adventure Park

Here you will find great family adventure. There are Go-karts, Roller Coaster rides, Carousels, Playground and Bumper boats.  A great day out!

Tel. 01395 233200

Powderham Castle - Dawlish

This 600 year old castle has a beautiful Deer Park for you to visit. You can enjoy a guided tour of the castle, visit the Victorian Kitchen, go on a Nature Trail or even take a ‘Spooky Tour’!!!

Tel. 01626 890243

Dartmoor National Park

Just half an hours drive on the A38 will take you to the beautiful, unspoilt scenery of Dartmoor, with it’s Tors and wild ponies. A visit to Haytor and Widecome-in-the-Moor is a must.

A la Ronde - Exmouth

This 18th Century, 16 sided house is owned by The National Trust. It was built by two spinster cousins on their return from ‘The Grand Tour’ of Europe. It boasts some of the most spectacular decoration and contains many of the ‘treasures’ collected by these two very independent ladies.

Tel. 01395 265514