Good clean site with plenty of space overlooking the sea. Shower blocks and toilets were very clean and tidy.
The indoor pool was good but small. Also this area consisted of a sauna, steam room and gym. The outdoor pool was bigger and more used. The shop was full but as you would expect a little pricey but convenient.
The arcade again was small, could do with enlarging this for the amount of people on site.
The tent pitch was really suited for a caravan as it was under a tree and the tree roots made it virtually impossible to get the tent pegs into the ground without bending them and the ground was soil not grassed.
Few other bits were that you have to pay for the wi-fi and also nowhere to refreeze your ice packs, however, you can loan some from the shop for a cost of coarse.
Apart from these little moans overall a good clean site and would return soon.
We have just returned from a 5 night stay at Beverley Park in our tent. There was myself, my husband, our two young daughters and my mum. I wanted to write a review to let everybody know what a lovely site this is.
The site is immaculate, the staff are friendly and helpful, the facilities are modern, clean and well looked after.
The location of the park is also great, I highly recommend a trip to Goodrington Sands, which is just at the bottom of the hill, this beach is sandy and pebbley, plenty of rockpools and the steam train passes just above the beach.
We were only due to stay at the site for 4 nights and extended our stay, we just wish we were able to stay for longer!
Had a great 10 days here, the site is in a lovely elevated position with good sea views, this does mean it is a fair walk to the beach though.
Staff friendly and helpful and a well stocked shop. Food prices a bit pricey but the food was nice. The pool was too small for the size of the site and we ended up using the leisure centre at torquay. Toilets and showers clean and tidy, although the water in the showers could be a bit hotter.
We had an electric tent pitch with a nice sea view, although I think we were lucky here as there seemed to be only a few that had the view.
Nice play park for the boys and they made friends with other children about, they have decided that we are going again next year!
We've just returned back from a wonderful stay at this site! There were 11 of us in total, staying in 2 tents (6 adults - 5 children), and although when booking I asked for a flat surface, we were given two pitches on a slight slope. Not too bad but did notice the slope on some occasions. There are a few flatter pitches, especially for the touring caravans. The site is quite high with a fantastic view of Paignton and a view of Torquay in the distance from a different part of the site. The weather was a bit awful at times, very windy for a few days (not too sure if this was made worse by the fact that we were quite high up?)and our Gazebo blew over onto a caravan next to us, but when the Sun came out, this site was stunning!
The facilities were amazing - The large toilet/ shower block a short distance from us was immaculate and checked and cleaned hourly. The shower cubicle had a separate drying/ changing area which was lovely, and there are a couple of family bath rooms available on a different part of the site.
The indoor pool did get busy but this was only because the weather was so bad, and I would expect that you wouldn't notice this so much if the outdoor pool could be used? The outdoor pool was sufficiently large, with a separate children's pool next to it and plenty of sun loungers. I will agree with another review that the changing rooms inside were tiny, no room to swing a cat, let alone change when you have a child to change/dry too. There were only two 'cubicles' that had a loose fitting curtain, and the showers were FREEZING! We were changing when everyone that was in the pool had to leave as it was 'adult swim only' time, and was a nightmare! If it was warmer, then we would have just gone back to our tent and dried/changed there.
The on site shop was very well stocked with toys, swimming things, camping equipment, fresh food, frozen food, alcohol etc etc, and they had fresh rolls, croissants, pastries & pasties etc delivered daily and kept warm - beautiful!
The prices were very favourable and certainly allowed us not to have to drive to the large Sainsburys - 10mins away- to stock up on essentials.
There is a very large games room with lots of fruit machines, air hockey, table football, computer games and 4 x immaculate pool tables. The games room was open from 10am til late (my two eldest boys were more than happy)
There is also a smallish - but sufficient ball park for the little ones, and this was also clean and well kept. Not open all day though. There is a cafe next to the ball park, which also serves the outdoor pool area.
The upstairs bar/restaurant also has an outdoor terrace, and serves hot food. The food was well priced and varied from Jacket Potatoes, Fish and Chips, Steak, Burgers, Curry, Pasta dishes etc, with a children's option, and everyone in our party had no complaints. They did only take cash though, but the shop did cash back for free there if necessary.
There is a downstairs food bar with seating,that also allows you to order Fish and Chips and Pizza to take away - both made to order and delicious.
The large ball room had entertainment for children and adults alike,with guest entertainment on some nights. Must agree that the resident entertainers were not that great, but this added to the holiday park atmosphere and made us giggle a lot - The kids loved it!
All in all this site as brilliant for adults and children alike, and I would imagine that if coming in the Summer, the vibe would be great. The site is clean, well kept, not hugely expensive and situated close enough for trips to the beach.
We would definitely recommend to friends and would have no hesitation to return - hopefully in warmer weather to benefit from all the site has to offer, and the blue flag beaches that run along the Torbay Coast.
One other thing, if you come to this part of Devon, then Paignton Zoo is a must! It is a very family friendly zoo situated in lots of woodland. There are lots Peacocks roaming around, which the children thought was fantastic.
Brilliantly kept and a great day out! - And 5 mins round the corner from the site!
We had no major problems with this site. All the facilities are good and nicely appointed no tackiness or 'low rent' feeling. Large well stocked shop. Ball room with bar where there is entertainment every night. There is another bar with roof terrace that serves lunch and dinner which were reasonably priced. I would say the main part of the meal was home cooked but veg and mash were frozen. There is also a nice cafe which serves breakfast and then doubles as a takeaway in early eve, later at the weekend, serving very good pizza and fish and chip type meals to eat in or takeaway. Be aware you can pay by card for food but the card machine kept breaking- cash is availabke from reception but there is a fee. There is a free cash machine left out of the site at the local post office.
The indoor pool is a little small and as the outdoor pool does not open until May was very well used and the water seemed to take on a soup like quality by the end of our week. The pool changing rooms are not very big and the showers were often cold.
No complaints about the toilet's and showers. Always hot water and always clean. There were 4 showers in the ladies section and each have a dry section with good hooks and a bench seat, one has a basin too. There are small privacy screens between the other basins and free hairdryer. There is also a bath available in both mens and womens areas which was brilliant for the kids and there is a baby change room. The laundry was good and spacious with folding area - plenty of machines and dryers. £3 per wash and 50p for 10 mins dry the irons and boards free to use.
Large well equipped playground which is locked at dusk. No problems with noise at night or kids hanging around. Small crazy golf at £1.50 didn't use the soft play area not sure if it was open. Recycling facilities available and bin areas spotless. There are kids activities and entertainment every day and night. The house act called 'Jubilee' are not great, bizarrely consisting of 3 old men and a younger girl. They are good musicians but fall down when trying to do sketches and comedy routines which were quite cringe worthy at times.
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