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Andrewshayes Holiday Park in Devon

  • Surrounding Hills
  • Overview of the park
  • New Field
  • Rally Field Touring
  • Covered Heated Pool
  • Holiday Homes
  • Family Fun
  • Soft Play Area
  • Games Room
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Andrewshayes is tucked between the Blackdown Hills and the stunning Jurassic National Heritage coastline. This means there are lovely country views all around us yet the park is a short drive to the coast. We are a 4 star park with a Gold David Bellamy award.

Facilities include:

* covered heated swimming pool
* friendly residents bar with TV (for sports events etc)
* children's games room and small toddler soft play area
* clean modern toilets and showers
* laundrette
* children's play area
* takeaway food service(open at weekends only outside the peak weeks, please check for details)
* dog exercise field and local walks
* local country pubs and cream teas nearby
* small shop on site, farm shop 5 minutes drive
*15 minutes drive to Lyme Regis and Seaton

The whole park is landscaped amongst a variety of maturing trees with superb views over the Axe Valley.

Motor-homes, touring caravans and tents (maximum 7m by 5m)are all welcome at Andrewshayes Holiday Park. Seasonal touring pitches and storage. We also have static holiday homes for hire and to purchase.

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Wonderful campsite, v friendly staff. Have stayed here on numerous occasiond and always enjoyed. Caravan is put into pitch for you too ;)
richard hopkins (4th Apr 2013)