Romansleigh Holiday Park is a stunning family holiday destination in the heart of Devon, a short distance south of the Exmoor National Park. It covers over 14 acres of stunning Devon countryside and woodland, and gives guests amazing, memorable views of the surrounding landscape.
This campsite in Devon is open from the middle of March until the end of October each year, and welcomes guests with tents, motorhomes and touring caravans, as well as having a number of static holiday homes available for hire.
For touring, motorhome and camping guests, electric hook-ups are available at a small extra cost, while facilities available for guests to use during their stay include a shower and toilet block, as well as a laundrette. The static caravans for hire are all modern and well equipped, to guarantee guests a comfortable and enjoyable stay at the park.
There are many activities on site for guests to enjoy at this campsite. The heated outdoor swimming pool always proves popular with guests, while the children’s play area and activity zone are favourites among all younger tourists that stay at Romansleigh Holiday Park. In addition, a games room has table tennis, darts, table football, pool and a skittle alley, while some of these activities are also available in the club bar.
Visit Devon on your motorhome tours and your camping and caravan holidays and you'll be spoilt for choice for things to do – and not just on site if you pitch at Romansleigh Holiday Park or rent accommodation there. If walking holidays are your thing, or maybe you love cycling, there are plenty of opportunities to get out there and indulge your passion, whether you head for the coast, the countryside or the forests. Indeed, the Exmoor National Park is easily accessible from this campsite – Wheddon Cross, in the heart of the park, is less than an hour away by car. And pretty Porlock, which sits on the Somerset coast on the northern edge of the national park, is around an hour away by car.
As well as walking and cycling, visit Exmoor National Park and go mountain biking or horse riding, fishing or sailing, climbing or canoeing. Or how about stargazing? This national park was designated the first International Dark Sky Reserve in Europe, so is a great place to take in the night sky.
Rather closer to Romansleigh Holiday Park is the small town of South Molton. Sitting close to the A361, it is easy to get to and from, and being just a 10-minute drive from this campsite it is a handy place to go to if you need to top up your holiday essentials or your everyday groceries. Here you'll also find a number of pubs, cafes, bars and restaurants, so if you want to enjoy some time off cooking on your caravan, motorhome and camping holidays, this is a convenient place to head. You might also want to visit South Molton's Pannier Market.
However you want to spend your time when you take your holidays in Devon, a warm welcome will be assured when you pitch at Romansleigh Holiday Park.
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