Hidden Valley Touring and Camping Park
- 01271 813 837
Hidden Valley is a family run touring park in a beautiful wooded valley, and has gained the Gold David Bellamy Conservation Award, 5 Stars by Visit England, and new for 2011 the AA 5 pennants. In 2009/2010 Hidden Valley won Holiday Park of the Year.
There are 120 level pitches, 60 of which are all-weather hard standing and 60 grass.
Overlooking the gardens and lake is a licensed shop and a delightful coffee-shop serving full English Breakfasts & Cream Teas - perfect after a forest walk!
45% off pitch fees in October.
2 nights for 1 in November.
55% off pitch fees in December.
Phone for more details - 01271 813 837
FacilitiesUp to overview
- Pets allowed
- Allow rallies
- Disabled access
- Family park
- Children's play area
- Electric hook-ups
- Water hook-ups
- Drainage hook-ups
- LPG stockist
- Sanitary block(s)
- Visitor parking
- Chemical disposal point
- Washing up facilities
We have a luxurious therapy suite with two skilled holistic therapists offering pamper packages and individual treatments. A lovely lake, gardens to stroll around, woodland with some great nature trails to follow, and a relaxing coffee shop in which to enjoy breakfasts, lunches and snacks.
AccommodationUp to overview
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Nearby attractionsUp to overview
Hidden Valley is set among rolling hills of stunning Devon countryside. Just 4 miles away are some of the country’s most prestigious beaches, including the golden sandy beach at Woolacombe, and The Tunnels Beaches in Ilfracombe, both of which are Blue Flag and Quality Coast Award winners.
The fabulous surfing beach at Croyde Bay is just 5 miles away, while Saunton Sands is just 6 miles, and is a wonderful beach for a day out with the family.
For those that want to relax, the National Trust’s Arlington Court and RHS Gardens Rosemoor are both wonderful to visit.
There are also many family attractions close by, including the Big Sheep, which is a wonderful all weather attraction, the Dinosaur Adventure park and Exmoor Zoo.
Quaint harbour towns adorn the North Devon coast line, and are a lovely place for afternoon tea, fish & chips or an ice cream. Lynton is one such town, built mainly by the Victorians and is connected to Lynmouth via a water-powered funicular railway. Ilfracombe with its picturesque harbour is home to, among others, HMS Oldenburg, which sails to Lundy Island several times a week.
Nearby recreationUp to overview
- Boat launch
- Cycle hire
- Horse Riding
- Swimming (Indoor)
- Sports Ground
- Water Sports
- Internet Access
- TV Room
Surfing is very popular at the local beaches, as well as fantastic coastal walks, excellent off-road cycle trails.
Hidden Valley Touring and Camping Park ReviewsUp to overview
4 Mar 2008
Practical Caravan Top 100 Parks Award 2008
As the name might imply, when you are at this site you feel as though you are miles from anywhere, surrounded only by quiet and peaceful countryside. However, you are only a short drive away from many of the local attractions in north Devon. You can choose from a range of grass or hardstanding pitches, all of which have electric hook-up and TV aerial points. Alongside washroom and laundry facilities, there is a shop and a café, where you can book for
a tasty Sunday lunch. Great for a quiet stay in north Devon.
17 Jan 2007
Practical Motorhome independent site reviews Feb 2007
This wonderful site, with it’s Kingfisher Meadow and Top Park, really is in a hidden valley. It is very quiet, with just a modicum of traffic noise.
The main attraction of this site is that if you don’t want to go out and about in the hustle and bustle of the local towns you don’t have to. The campsite shop stocks most of the necessities of life, and along with the coffee shop and Barnyard bar, most needs are catered for.
The manager and warden are very welcoming, and finding your way round the site is helped by the map provided when checking in.
The play parks for the children are ideal as they can tire themselves out while you can rest assured that they are well away from the busy main roads.
For those who like to explore, there is the famous Tarka Trail
to cycle, and lots of walks including a nature trail and woodland walk just off site.
And to the East, is Exmoor National Park with its wild landscape and stunning scenery.
1 Jan 2003
Practical Caravans Top 100 Parks Awards 2003
This site nestles in a lovely setting between Barnstaple and Ilfracombe. And it’s aptly named – the walls of the surrounding valley are thick with trees that keep it secluded from the outside world.
There are 134 level pitches. All of these have 16A electrical hook-up, TV connections and varying amounts of shelter, while four super-pitches have direct fresh water and waste-water disposal. The upper field pitches are all hardstanding and those in the lower field are on grass.
There are two modern toilet blocks on site, one of which is heated. Both are clean and have a non-slip floor. Along with washbasins and showers, these provide baby-changing, a laundry, dishwashing and facilities for the disabled. Ensuite showers with toilets are also available.
Hidden Valley may be secluded but there is plenty to do. A large bar provides entertainment in the evening and the shop/off-licence allows you carry on the festivities back at your pitch. A games room and two playgrounds with safe bark surfaces are provided for children. Fishing, golf, bicycle hire and horseriding are also within easy reach of the site.
Countless small villages surround the site and the beach is just a short drive away. Should you want to take the family pooch with you, Hidden Valley is dog friendly and should you want to bring more than two you simply have to call in advance.
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