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South Bay Holiday Park, Devon

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Property Ref:3881e
Type:Caravan

Our central heated and double glazed caravan for hire on South Bay Holiday Park is located on site F28, which has plenty of space around it and generally safe for children to play.


Property Ref: 3881e

Bedrooms: 2
Sleeps: 6
Smoking Allowed: No
Pet Friendly: No
Disabled Facilities: No
Linen Provided: Yes
Double Glazing: Yes
Central Heating: Yes
Passes Included: Ask
Short Breaks: Ask

Our central heated and double glazed caravan for hire on South Bay Holiday Park is located on site F28, which has plenty of space around it and generally safe for children to play. Parking is normally directly outside on the caravan.

F28 is a 6 berth, 36ft x 12ft Willerby Rio Gold caravan that offers a lounge with TV/DVD; one double master bedroom with TV and en-suite toilet; one twin bedded room and one twin pull-out bed in the lounge.

This caravan is almost new and in excellent condition. It includes a new fridge freezer and has been recently fitted with all new cutlery, crockery, toaster, microwave, etc. etc., along with many extras not found in other caravans, which will ensure your stay is as nice as possible.

The caravan has full gas central heating and is double glazed for your comfort on those cold or dreary days.

This caravan also has a veranda and is located on a flat site location, on Foxdown Field. This is a quiet area with easy access to the rest of the park via a pathway found close to the caravan.

The area around the caravan is generally quiet and it is just a short walk from the site facilities.

All bedding is provided, along with access to all site facilities; all normal site facilities are available and included in the prices, i.e. club, playground, shop etc.

The Park is open from 8th March to 31st October, with most dates for 2018 available.

Location

South Bay Caravan Park is close to beaches, Torquay and Paignton.

Other places of interest locally include:

St Mary’s Bay - A sandy beach which is a short walk from caravan with about 100 steps to get to it - easy going down, but a bit harder coming up! Nothing here other than sand, water and peace.

Shoalstone - With rock pools, open air sea water pool, a little café and toilets. You can walk into Brixham via the harbour.

Broadsands - This is on the route towards Torquay and just outside of Brixham about a 10/15 minute drive. It offers car parking and all facilities, including beach hut hire, canoes boats etc. This is a very safe sandy beach.

Goodrington - Just another 5 minute drive towards Torquay, again with all facilities, including a family restaurant. The beach is a mix of sand and tiny pebbles; very safe, with toilets, amusement arcade, pedal swans and motor bumper boats on the lake. There's also electric cars for the children, walks around the beach, and you can even walk into Paignton if you have the energy.

Paignton - A seaside town, again only another 5 minutes on towards Torquay, with loads of shops, amusement arcades, pier and everything else you might want, including the beach.

Torquay - The main local town with a beach and sand, but not as much as the others. There's also lots of large department stores, shops, other facilities, amusements, restaurants, cinemas, theatres etc. etc.

Babbicombe - Through Torquay about 10 minutes’ drive along the coast, this is a cliff type area with cliff railway to the beach or a long walk. The miniature village is worth a visit, also Bygones, which is a Victorian museum with a difference; walk amongst the shops and see and smell things gone by - it is an interesting place for all of the family.

Stoke Gabriel - This is on the estuary, with a lake as well; if you want to go and catch crabs this is where to go. Record catch so far is my niece, 140 crabs in one hour - beat that! There is a café, parking and walks around the village; ideal for picnics.

Dartmoor - Get away from everything here, with ponies, sheep and cows all in the roads. There are also lakes, walks, hills, fishing and lots of other things to do and explore.

This is just a snapshot of the area; we have been here many times over many years and still find new places every visit.

NB: Parking. The parking tickets allow you to park in any Torbay car park and therefore you can use all of the time you pay for, wherever you go. You can buy a weekly ticket for about £33 which covers all of Torbay. This is available online or at the Tourist Information Centre, one of which you will find in Brixham.

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About the Area

South Bay Caravan Park is close to beaches, Torquay and Paignton.

Other places of interest locally include:

St Mary’s Bay - A sandy beach which is a short walk from caravan with about 100 steps to get to it - easy going down, but a bit harder coming up! Nothing here other than sand, water and peace.

Shoalstone - With rock pools, open air sea water pool, a little café and toilets. You can walk into Brixham via the harbour.

Broadsands - This is on the route towards Torquay and just outside of Brixham about a 10/15 minute drive. It offers car parking and all facilities, including beach hut hire, canoes boats etc. This is a very safe sandy beach.

Goodrington - Just another 5 minute drive towards Torquay, again with all facilities, including a family restaurant. The beach is a mix of sand and tiny pebbles; very safe, with toilets, amusement arcade, pedal swans and motor bumper boats on the lake. There's also electric cars for the children, walks around the beach, and you can even walk into Paignton if you have the energy.

Paignton - A seaside town, again only another 5 minutes on towards Torquay, with loads of shops, amusement arcades, pier and everything else you might want, including the beach.

Torquay - The main local town with a beach and sand, but not as much as the others. There's also lots of large department stores, shops, other facilities, amusements, restaurants, cinemas, theatres etc. etc.

Babbicombe - Through Torquay about 10 minutes’ drive along the coast, this is a cliff type area with cliff railway to the beach or a long walk. The miniature village is worth a visit, also Bygones, which is a Victorian museum with a difference; walk amongst the shops and see and smell things gone by - it is an interesting place for all of the family.

Stoke Gabriel - This is on the estuary, with a lake as well; if you want to go and catch crabs this is where to go. Record catch so far is my niece, 140 crabs in one hour - beat that! There is a café, parking and walks around the village; ideal for picnics.

Dartmoor - Get away from everything here, with ponies, sheep and cows all in the roads. There are also lakes, walks, hills, fishing and lots of other things to do and explore.

This is just a snapshot of the area; we have been here many times over many years and still find new places every visit.

NB: Parking. The parking tickets allow you to park in any Torbay car park and therefore you can use all of the time you pay for, wherever you go. You can buy a weekly ticket for about £33 which covers all of Torbay. This is available online or at the Tourist Information Centre, one of which you will find in Brixham.

Property Ref: 3881e

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