Secluded timber cabins in a beautiful wooded valley running down to the sea at Wembury Bay. Stunning walks, lots of wildlife, peace and quiet. Pets (up to two dogs) welcome.
Peace and Tranquillity
There are no discos, bars or cafes just rock pools, wildlife and breathtaking scenery. Secluded it may be, isolated it is not. Churchwood's licensed shop sells a wide range of food and drink, beach toys, gifts and many other items so you don't even need to leave the site for those 'essential' items. We also have a fully equipped launderette.
Seclusion and Privacy
Each holiday cabin has its own plot on the hillside, surrounded by trees, flowering shrubs, hedges and rustic fences. All cabins have views across the valley, with some looking out over the water meadow or towards the sea. There's a car parking space near each cabin and private roads and paths give access to the beach, an unspoiled stretch of rock pools and shingle with sand at low tide. Adjoining National Trust land, the beach is no more than a ten minute stroll away from any of the cabins.
Away From It All
If 'getting away from it all' is the most important part of your holiday, then Churchwood Valley will suit you. By moving no further than your armchair, you'll see delightful displays of bird life, and a trip to your private patio may well afford a glimpse of badgers, foxes, squirrels and other wildlife. Up to two well behaved dogs are welcome, for a small charge, and dog exercise areas are provided.
Please Note The naturally hilly landscape of Churchwood Valley means that only a few of our cabins are suitable for those who are disabled. If ease of access is important, please discuss this with our staff when making your reservation.
- public telephone
- fully equipped cabins
- recycling centre
- dog exercise area
Near to Dartmoor, South Hams coastal towns such as Dartmouth, an hour from the Eden Project and other Cornish attractions, close to Plymouth with its metropolitan attractions.
Devon is a beautiful county and there really is something for everyone to see and do. In the bustling city of Plymouth, just twenty minutes' drive away, you'll find not only one of the major shopping centres in the west but a city steeped in maritime history. It also boasts three multi-million pound entertainment centres - the National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth Pavilions and the Warner Village Entertainment Centre.
Less than half an hour's drive from Churchwood, you'll also find sports centres, Dartmoor Wildlife Park, golf clubs and several National Trust properties and about an hour's drive away in Cornwall are the unique Eden Project and other renowned houses and gardens. If fishing and sailing appeal, Wembury Bay, the rivers Tamar and Yealm and the sheltered waters of Plymouth Sound, in which you'll find the new Mountbatten Centre for Sailing and Watersports, provide plenty of choice. Situated right by the beach is the Wembury Bay Riding Stables (ABRS and RDA approved) with many woodland and coastal rides and walks.
- stunning countryside and coastal walks
- plenty of wildlife in the wooded valley beside the sea
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