Once home to the powerful Earls of Devon and Princess Katherine Plantagenet, this historic medieval castle was originally built in 1106 and has greatly altered down the ages. Explore the beautiful walled gardens, learn about the castle's fascinating history and discover historic furniture and exhibits. The kids will love trying on the armour!
The UK's No.1 Forest Adventure, the classic and original Go Ape - experience. Fly down zip-wires, leap off Tarzan Swings and tackle crossings whilst enjoying some of some of the UK's most breathtaking scenery.
An American-themed restaurant and bar serving a delicious range of classic American cuisine from steaks, ribs and burgers to homemade pancakes, all-day breakfasts, salads and their famous candy shakes. There is also a large vegan menu. Packed with American rock and roll memorabilia and a soundtrack to match. Fully licensed, air conditioned.
A wonderful day out for all ages, featuring a fantastic mix of museum exhibits and entertainment. Enjoy a farm animal petting zoo with daily bottle feeding, a birds of prey flying display, deer train safari, museum of farming and a collection of vintage and classic vehicles. There are also three indoor soft play areas, swings, slides, roundabouts and an air bouncer for the kids.
Just stayed for 7 nights till 15th May Each pitch has a beach hedge enclosure, its own power and grey water point. More than enough room for our twin axle, awning and car. Power more than sufficient . Lots of rain whilst we were here but ground drained away well. Good dog walks from site. Each pitch is almost level. Waste disposal is clean and as nice as one can be :-) Loads of local fresh produce available, but sadly we didnt get a chance to sample as we brought it all with us. Separate gents and ladies toilet that we didnt use due to Covid, but great to have.
Still close enough to Dartmoor for hardened walks.
Seriously difficult to find a fault
Stayed at this amazing CL yesterday. The owners were so lovely, there is a great little farm shop and you can walk into town through Shobrooke park. In the town there is a stunning church called Crediton Parish Church which has some wonderful history. We also stumbled on an awesome pub called the Three Little Pigs - shame we couldn’t have a drink inside though (because of Covid), we were told the inside is full of crazy knick-knacks from around the world! But a drink outside the pub in the square was still great ☺️ If you are exploring South Devon then we would definitely recommend this CL ❣️
This site is one of the best CLs we have stayed on. Spacious pitches with water tap and Grey waste drain on each and wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. Footpaths go in all directions and the site is right next to Shobrooke Park which has footpaths that allow you to walk all the way into Crediton through the park's stunning grounds and Lord's Meadow. Plenty of shops and amenities in Crediton itself. Easy access and the very proud owners keep the site really tidy. The main Crediton to Tiverton Road runs close but due to the angle between the two traffic noise is minimal. Walking and cycling around the area are a real pleasure.
If your looking for peaceful and great views you will not be disappointed with this site, each pitch has its own Electric hookup,water and Grey waste points.
We stayed for 2 nights 27-29 September but wished we had been there for a week, we cycled to Crediton had a meal at the three little pigs pub and the Lamb Inn at Sandford which we would highly recommend.
The site is set at the top of a hill with lovely walks and cycling the owner are very friendly and helpful the site is kept to a very high standard
Paul & Jane
I can't fault this site. It was very clean and well maintained. Beautiful views in both directions. Great walks from the site. Friendly, helpful owners who work hard to keep a high standard. The little farm shop has excellent local produce, especially the bacon and sausages. We only stayed for 2 days but wished we had booked for longer. Very good value.