enjoy beach holidays in Devon at Oakdown

Our Location

Oakdown has long been known as a retreat for discerning country lovers. Set amidst the spectacular coast and countryside of the East Devon Heritage Coast and within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the beautiful Weston Valley and much of the coastal path are National Trust property. The area abounds with a wealth of wildlife, quiet beaches, history and geology which the discriminating visitor can explore from this ideal holiday base. Unspoilt ancient villages like Otterton and Sidbury nestle in secluded valleys, where olde worlde pubs serve mouthwatering meals and cosy thatched tea rooms will delight you with delicious cream teas.

See below for just a few things to explore in Devon


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Folk Week held every year in the heart of Sidmouth

Branscombe, England’s longest village, also boasts a working thatched forge, one of the finest Norman churches in Devon and a drive on beach where the licensed Sea Shanty offers meals all day.

Website: Sidmouth Folk Week


explore-exeter

Explore Exeter City

The ancient cathedral city of Exeter, Devon’s county town, boasts high class shopping including a John Lewis store, museums and a superb leisure centre.

Website: Exeter City


Seaton Tramway

Take a tramway trip from Seaton through the picturesque Axe and Coly valleys to Colyton or spend time at Cricket St Thomas near Chard for a memorable day of wildlife discovery.

Website: Seaton Tramway


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Discover Dartmoor

The more adventurous can explore the wilds of Dartmoor with its granite tors, Bronze Age settlements, ponies, heather and sparkling rivers.

Website: Dartmoor

Devons premier award winning holiday park

  • Visit England award
  • 5 star touring award
  • Premier Park 2017
  • David Bellamy gold award
  • BH & HPA members
  • Bets fo British
  • AA 5 pennant award
  • AA Regional award

Read why we’re setting the standard

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