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Beverley Holidays
Goodrington Road
Devon (South)   (Browse area)
TQ4 7JE   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01803 661961

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Pitches: 194
Open: Open All Year

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 75 Reviews
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Date of Visit: May 2010 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Mandie2 2 reviews from this member

Cant have better things to say about beverly been going back to this site for 5 years twice a year some times 6 sets of tents. The facilities are spotless and staff are real helpful love the terrace bar the view over torqay and paigton are supurb.

Always stay on main park but do go down to ashvale the entertainment is brill don't get me wrong jubilee are great. Only thing to watch are the gulls they are quick and clever.

The shop on site is reasonable but the food in the take away quite expensive for what you get. Walk through ashvale down to goodrington sands is lovely to the quay west pub lovely food but a fair walk up hill home bus service good ask reception which one drops off by camp.

Date of Visit: May 2010 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: HuntH1 5 reviews from this member

A large site with a friendly welcome. Very large tent pitch. Good quality children's playground. Disappointed that we were situated on a very exposed sloped hill site and we were buffeted with wind from all sides. Beautiful view though!

Requested a pitch next to my parents (with touring van) but ended up in separate fields which made babysitting etc tricky.

Disappointed with the children's entertainment - it consisted of a series of images of children's tv characters set to children's tv theme tunes. I was expecting games, competitions. Any interaction really but there was none.

The indoor pool was nice, but the changing rooms were small - only two cubicles in the ladies one - extremely hard to juggle myself and 3 children (6, 4 and 1).

The roads getting in/out of the site and into town were extremely congested

Date of Visit: January 2010 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: David Turner2 32 reviews from this member

Very good site and facilities were up to standard.We arrived in the middle of Winter and even though the only tourer on site we were made to feel welcome by the site management.Even in January the indoor pool sauna and steam room were fully functionable.

The toilet block was well heated and nice large shower cubicles with wash basins enclosed within.On the service pitches great views of the Torbay beaches and easy to get around with bus stops just outside the entrance with public transport to Torquay, Newton Abbot,Paignton and Brixham. You can also get a 'Best of British campsite' discount by showing your loyalty card.

Date of Visit: October 2009 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Claydoncamper 21 reviews from this member

This is a professionally run and well organised camp site that I would like to say that I would come back to time and time again but unfortunately, Iím not sure I can say that. Iíll qualify this shortly but first, Iíll cover the good points.

We were greeted by friendly staff on arrival and shown to our pitch by a lovely chap in a small golf buggy type thing. The pitch was slightly sloping as were most there but it wasnít anything we couldnít easily rectify with the front legs of the camper.
The pitch was hard standing and in places Ďhardí was the operative word but again, by pegging slightly to the left or the right, this was easily overcome. The EHU was close by but beware, the trip switches are locked so be careful not to blow any circuits in the middle of the night! Facilities such as drinking water, toilets, showers and an excellent childrenís playground were all close by.
There is an indoor swimming pool and childrenís play area as well. There is also a place to eat and on-site entertainment though we didnít use any of this. For a good meal, try the Waterside Inn which is about 5 minutes away in the car.
The on-site shop was well stocked but did suffer from the usual mark-ups that these places seem to put on their goods. The site is on top of a very steep hill with some stunning views across Torbay which is a wonderful area. So, why wouldnít I return?

Iíve been spoiled to an extent by the Hobourne way and there is a Hobourne site just down the road from this site. What makes Hobourne better? The floors in the toilets and showers were always muddy. I can live with this in the toilet but when your feet come out of the shower dirtier than when you got in, well thereís a problem. The indoor swimming pool is very small given the size of the site and as this was half-term it was packed.
The toilets had no toilet brush in them so visits between cleans often meant some nasty surprises stuck to the pan. Like the showers, the changing rooms had dirty floors and they were very cramped. My wife had terrible troubles trying to get changed with our one year old daughter who doesnít keep still. I had similar troubles with our 4 year old son who also is a wriggler.
The water from the drinking taps has a real bad taste and we only used it for washing up etc. For drinks we used bottled water. Another annoyance was the charge of £1 per hour for kids to use the indoor play area. But the real let down was the reception a request for an extended stay on the day of departure was given. I asked if this was possible because with a folding camper, awning, accoutrements and 2 small children, a 10am departure means a 6am start on dismantling. I was told that this was impossible. In all fairness, we were still there after 10am and no-one bothered us but I would have liked the extra time to be guaranteed.
Iím not sure if the water tastes any better down the road at Hobourne but my experience from other Hobourne sites tells me that the kids facilities are all free, the toilets and showers are regularly cleaned, the pools are larger (usually with flumes) and no-one gets near the changing areas with shoes on.
Extended stays can be arranged upon payment of a reasonable fee and overall, my experiences there have been better. If this all sounds like petty whining then fair enough, but when you pay top whack prices you do expect top whack services and whilst Hobourne seem to manage this, unfortunately Beverley Park didnít quite step up to the same mark on this occasion and I just know, that not that far away, there is something better.

Date of Visit: August 2009 Unit:  Static Rating:
Reviewer: Wolverhampton 1 review from this member

We chose this site over others due to the website, knowledge of family and friends and reviews on this site.

The site itself is clean, well presented and offers for some great views over the bay towards Torquay. We were lucky and could see the sea from our pitch, others further back would not have such an advantage. Our 8 and 5 year old girls enjoyed the park and it's relative road safety so they could ride their bikes and run to the park (particularly the elder one) with ease, although the staff in their golf buggies whizzing between the caravans caused me some concern at times as any child riding their bike would not hear them and would meet a messy end if they collided which in my view would not be the child's fault.

The indoor pool is small but clean and well presented; the permanent lifeguarding is great

I used the fitness room three times and thought it more than adequate for a small facility, the reception staff were very friendly, nothing was too much trouble and all help was given with a genuine smile. The evening entertainment is good fun and very much in keeping with a holiday camp of this ilk.

Overall, a good holiday and we would happily consider coming back.

Date of Visit: July 2009 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Jimmyjj111 4 reviews from this member

Why 5 stars

Probably because it is a 5 star facility,toilets and showers are superb ,swimming pool,sauna,steam room and jaccuzi clean and tidy.

My wife and daughter loved the outdoor pool even though weather wasn't that great ,especially when a load of ducks landed in the pool and had a swim with them .

Entertainment (not usually my bag) was fantastic on the Saturday night,friendly quick service behind the bar .

All nearly never happened ,just as we were getting the tent up ,chap pulled up ,enquired if the 2 little lasa dogs were ours ,then informed us pets were not allowed ,thankfully told us to put them into kennels following morning. Always read the small print .

Managed to get a pitch for the August bank holiday . People on site were extremely friendly and seemed to have been going for years or even generations

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