From March to Early November, Ladram Bay is home to big caravans, small dome tents and everything in-between! We have three areas for our touring visitors; "Hillside" for seasonal pitches, "Smugglers" & "The Ridges" for casual visitors who prefer level pitches with electric hook-up.
All of our touring pitches come with electric hook-up as standard, so just relax and enjoy our top touring facilities:-
• Centrally located modern washrooms
• Fully equipped dish and hand-washing facilities
• Male, female and disabled toilets
• Showers with free hot water
• Handy disposal points
• Cafe, shops, restaurant, amusements, Entertainment & Pool Complex, bars and private beach
. . . all no more than a short walk away!
Our friendly staff are ready to help you enjoy your stay and ensure that your holiday runs smoothly. The reception is well stocked with leaflets of all the nearby attractions. If you need to hire a cot, find out about some of the lovely nearby walks, or simply want to know directions, then pop in and ask.
New for 2015 is our Swimming Pool complex, featuring a large pool, interactive splash zone, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and gymnasium - perfect to unwind in style. We've also had designed a new Jurassic Themed Adventure Golf which is located between the pool and entertainment complexes. Our beautiful Pebbles restaurant, overlooking the bay has also recently been refurbished with a fresh interior and layout which provides a more intimate dining experience.
In addition to our Existing successful Entertainments Programme are our "Start" Instructor Led Activities. These can be booked at the swimming pool and could be the perfect special treat for your little ones. Our Programme of adventure- seeking sessions include Raft Building, Inflatable Canoes, Sea Scooters, Aeroball, Panna Soccer, and Body Zorbs.
Ladram Bay welcomes you to the Jurassic Coast, England's first (and only) natural World Heritage Site. This 95-mile stretch of the Dorset and East Devon Coast, from Exmouth in the west to Studland in the east, has now been recognised as one of the wonders of the natural world.
Ladram is the perfect base from which to explore the Jurassic Coast further, whether your interests lie in bird watching, walking, sailing, cycling or exploring the coastal fishing villages and delightful country pubs built of local stone.
Ladram Bay is situated just to the East of the picturesque village of Otterton just south of Exeter City.
Leave the M5 at Exeter Services (Junction 30) and take the A3052 signposted to Sidmouth. At Newton Poppleford take the B3178 towards Budleigh Salterton, driving through Colaton Raleigh. One mile after Colaton Raleigh, turn left at the brick monument that is signposted Otterton and Ladram Bay. Once in Otterton, simply follow the signs to Ladram Bay.
Satnav users enter the postcode EX9 7BX (Approx 20 mins from M5).