We stayed here in February with our 2 young children & another family. I booked via phone and spoke to a couple of very helpful girls each time. We were looking for a reasonably priced site for the weekend close to home. I can say we were pleasantly surprised with this site as you can walk around the rescue centre, which was fab for the kids so much space to play with the open ground or fab adventure playground, plus a few animals to see. Can I just point out this hedgehog hospital is not to be compared to other places like crealy etc some people are unrealistic it is what it says it is! The new shower/toilet block was open and adequate for the size of the site. The views and peaceful settings are well worth a visit alone. This site is in a great location for heading to the moors, tragos, exeter, Plymouth & Torquay etc We had a fab weekend and would definitely stay here again :-) The new owners were friendly and passionate about their plans for the future of this park.
Had a pleasant one night stay while visiting family. Booking process very relaxed and all by e mail, owner happy to accept payment on arrival.
Site is under new ownership having reopened in about July with a number of changes already carried out or planned. Site is small but has stunning views over the Devon countryside. Added bonus is access to the wildlife centre at all times which meant we had a lovely walk round with no public about, saw a recovering fox that normally hides when the public are admitted.
Toilets and showers are a bit of a walk but very clean and the shower looks new and at 20p a lot cheaper than some sites we have stayed on. Understand from the owner that new shower block is planned nearer to the campsite.
Small site with narrow lane access but stunning views from the pitches. There are limited toilet facilities and only one shower (with charges), so could get quite busy peak season I imagine. However, the cafe on site is great and all the staff very helpful. The area is very quiet (apart from the owls at night)! Being able to visit the Wildlife Centre at any time was great and would be good for a camping family, but not so good for very active children. Limited attractions locally but tops for peace and quiet and just relaxing. Thoroughly enjoyed our week there.
Lovely campsite although not a huge amount of space between each pitch. Only 5 flat hardstandings on quite a sloping pitch with the tent site below the hardstandings. All amenities catered for and beautiful views of countryside with added bonus of free access to the wildlife centre all day.
Toilet block a long walk into the wildlife centre, especially in the middle of the night and some of the walk not terribly well lit but as we were in a motorhome this didn't matter. There is a lovely playpark within the grounds of the centre that you have access to until 9 at night.
Quite narrow roads to get there once of the main road although only about a mile off the main road. Caravans and large motorhomes managed to get there but wouldn't really like to meet anyone coming the other way. We had a lovely time and wouldn't hesitate to go back there.
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