Steamer Quay Caravan Club Site

  • 27/03/2015 to 05/10/2015
  • Open to Members & Non-members
  • Earliest arrival time 12:00

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  • 4 out of 5
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  • Steamer Quay Road,Totnes,Devon,TQ9 5AL
  • 01803 862738

Pitches (what are these?)

  • Total pitches 43
  • Economy 43
  • Max length = 8 metres

Steamer Quay Caravan Club Site is a pleasantly quiet, green and spacious holiday getaway, with serene pastoral views. The beautifully kept caravan park is just a short walk away from the bustling town of Totnes, for a wide choice of local pubs and restaurants. Totnes has been a significant port for many centuries and is perfect for a leisurely stroll along the banks of its busy river while taking in the historic atmosphere. Further up the hill you will reach a place called The Narrows, the oldest part of the town and a must-see sight for visitors to the area.

While staying at Steamer Quay Caravan Club Site, you are within easy reach of the historic Guildhall and museum. The picturesque village of Dartington is only a short stroll away, and with beautiful gardens, outdoor theatre and a cinema, Dartington Hall is well worth a visit. The Tuesday Pannier market is a convenient location for a spot of shopping - a popular event with locals and tourists alike, the stallholders dress in traditional Elizabethan costume and sell a vast range of fresh local produce. Boat trips to the pretty harbour town of Dartmouth leave from the dock just across the road from Steamer Quay. The caravan site promises a memorable break and the opportunity to absorb the traditional English life.

All pitches at this site are economy, with no Electric Hook Up.

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01 Aug 15 - 31 Aug 15 Adult: £5.60 Child (5-17):£1.50 Pitch: £6.90
01 Sep 15 - 05 Oct 15 Adult: £4.40 Child (5-17):£1.50 Pitch: £5.40

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  • Facilities for wheelchair and walking disabled
  • Beach/coast within 5 miles
  • Significant historical or cultural interest nearby
  • Quiet and peaceful (off peak)
  • Town/village within 0.5 miles
  • Toilet block
  • Within 5 Miles of National Cycle Network
  • Fishing within 5 miles
  • Golf within 5 miles
  • Non electric economy pitch
  • Public transport available within 1 mile
  • Managed site

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Fab totnes

5 out of 5

We love this site for its location. Totnes has a wonderful vibe about it, very bohemian. Terrific high street we plenty going on, sit outside the Royal  Steven Stars hotel and people watch. The site its self has a very relaxed atmosphere which we like. No hard concrete just love grass pitches and all the better for being non electric. Very friendly wardens who are always helpful. Yes the loos are a little dated by plenty of hot water and always very clean. We have been going to this site for many years, but don't  tell everyone or they will all want to come!!

Terrific Totnes

4 out of 5

Location, location, location. This site could not be better placed. The site is well cared for by super wardens Ray and Fiona. On entry you are hit by Fiona's wonderful hanging baskets, which saw me reaching for my camera. This being a council owned facility the toilet blocks are more council car park than Caravan Club...however they were immaculately clean - all credit to the site staff. The site looks great as pitches are laid out less formally. All grass, though the club seem to have relented and allowed pitching on what would ordinarily be the visitors car park.  Of course you can't "plug in" here. I think that is one of the attractions of the site, as you can put your solar panel and dual batteries to good use. Now did I mention location? The site is yards from Steamer Quay where you can watch the Dart lap in and out with the tides, cruise to Dartmouth it is gorgeous. Totnes is a brilliant place, quintessentially English, it has a main street brimming with independent shops, not a McDonalds or Costa in sight. There is also the historic Guildhall, Castle and a fab market on Tuesdays and Saturdays (pls check).  On Thursday evening Totness band played outside reception - they were wonderful and it was enjoyed by lots of us..others missed out. Well done for laying that on. Leave the car at home...cycle route 28, superb riverside walks, loads of buses, shops (inc huge supermarket) are right on the doorstep oh and don't forget the Steamer. All means you'll not be stuck. So now I feel a bit mean with my marks? Getting a good nights sleep was tough, due to seagulls making an amazing noise for 19 hours a  day...4am and they must be really hungry. But would it stop me returning.....absolutely not...but pack some ear defenders!

Centre of Town

4 out of 5

We stayed overnight on a Monday.  Wardens were very helpful.  Loo block very old fashioned but wardens kept them as clean as they could - it just needs a makeover but is possibly not allowed if this is Council land!  Very noisy overnight due to either sailing club or just hooligans on the quay side! Again a rather loud dawn chorus from the seagulls so not much sleep in between.  However great meal at the Dartmouth Arms, High Street has some wonderful shops all within walking distance, with a walk along the river a must.  No problems with the lack of electricity but this site does not cater well for motorhomes, the tap is not easy to access and there is no MH waste disposal point so remember to take a bucket & a watering can!

Things to do nearby


  • Public transportPublic transport available within 1 mile.

  • WalkingThe site is within easy reach of Torbay and the South Hams areas of Devon and Dartmoor.

  • CyclingThe nearest National Cycle Network route to this site is Okehampton to Plymouth, Route 2, OS ref SX80503.

  • Nearby Sustrans cycle routes

Local amenities

  • Town (Totnes)

  • Supermarket (The nearest is Morrisons, over Totnes bridge and turn right)

  • Places of worship (C of E, Catholic and Methodist churches are in the local area)

Attractions and events

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  • Attraction
  • Member offer
  • Totnes Image Bank

    Totnes, Devon

    Distance: 0.2 miles
    Member offer

    Complete the picture of your visit to Totnes by seeing a photographic archive of the town. View thousands of Totnes photographs on a computer database that covers a range of subjects from early town scenes, river traffic, civic and social

  • China Blue

    Totnes, Devon

    Distance: 0.4 miles
    Member offer

    Treat yourself to a creative experience at China Blue’s paint-your-own ceramic studio - the largest of its kind in the South West! Located in the historic town of Totnes, China Blue is the ALL weather attraction the whole family will enjoy!

  • Totnes Castle

    Totnes, Devon

    Distance: 0.5 miles
    Member offer

    The English Heritage castle is the focal point of the town, standing as a legacy to the once powerful Normans. Actually one of the best surviving early motte and baily castles, the moat is now filled with cottages and gardens in the town.

  • Totnes Rare Breeds Farm

    Totnes, Devon

    Distance: 1 miles
    Member offer

    We provide a friendly service and hands on experience with many of our animals. We display one of the finest selection of tamed owls in the country, are a hedgehog rescue centre, have goats, sheep, pigs, poultry and red squirrels.

  • Dartington Hall Trust

    Totnes, Devon

    Distance: 1.7 miles
    Member offer

    The Dartington Hall Trust is a pioneering charity for the advancement of the arts, social justice and sustainability. The charity is located on a 1,200-acre estate in the beautiful South Devon Countryside, with medieval Great Hall and court

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  • Earliest arrival time: 12:00
  • Postcode: TQ9 5AL
  • GPS co-ordinates: Lat: 50.42906 Lon: -3.68078
  • OS ref: 202 : SX807601
  • Sites directory map number: E2
  • Plan a route to this site


    Leave the A38 onto either the A384 at Buckfastleigh or A385 at South Brent (both roads become A385 at Dartington). In Totnes cross the railway bridge and at the roundabout turn right (signposted Town Centre, Steamer Quay). In 300 yards (with Royal Seven Stars Hotel on right) turn left over the river bridge; turn right into Seymour Road. In 50 yards turn right into Steamer Quay Road. The site entrance is on the left.

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