Exeter's Underground Passages were built to house pipes that brought clean drinking water into medieval Exeter. A guided tour is a memorable event - narrow, dark, interesting, exciting. Visit the heritage centre, packed with interactive exhibits and interpretation. The only passages of this kind open to the public in Britain!
Historic medieval Castle, originally built in 1106, greatly altered down the ages, once home of powerful medieval Earls of Devon and Princess Katherine Plantagenet. Captured by Fairfax in 1645. Fun for children - try on armour. Beautiful walled gardens, interesting history, furniture and exhibits.
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.
Diggerland is 'The Ultimate Adventure Theme Park Experience' where children and adults alike can ride, drive and operate REAL diggers, dumpers and other full-size construction machinery. Diggerland is the perfect destination for action, fun and thrill packed family days out.
If you are looking for peace and quiet, nature at its best, constant water, grey water disposal, and electric hook up on each pitch, beautiful views across the valley, wonderful pitches, ideal dog walking areas, close to amenities, site has its own little shop selling milk, butter, eggs, sausages, ice cream, jams and all sorts of stuff.
This site is virtually in the very centre of Devon ideal for visiting either the north or south coasts, there is a large park with a huge fishing lake just a few minutes away, two great pubs just a few minutes by car. The Red Lion and The Lamb Inn,
The site Bob and Sheila are just brilliant people, so friendly, couldn't be more helpful. I could go on all day but honestly this place is literally heaven in Devon.
Give it a go and you will not be disappointed, I just wish we were still there. Not only that the rates are unbelievable considering the facilities The toilets,( his and hers)are immaculate, but there I go again, you have to see it to believe it. Enjoy my fellow caravanners.
It's the place to be.
Wonderful site as these reviews attest. The owners kindly allowed me to put my windbreak across the end of my "garden pitch" so that I had a perfectly safe enclosed area for my whippets to enjoy. Honesty shop has good local produce to buy. My favourite CL to date by a country mile.
Just returned from 2 fabulous weeks at this fantastic CL - the surrounding countryside is stunning and location and road links make both the north and south coasts accessible - if you're a heritage railway nut there are 6 or 7 lines within reach. Roads in this part of Devon don't seem to be congested at this time of year so getting out and about was a pleasure. We hopped on the local GWR service to Exeter and beyond a couple of times to go to Exmouth and Teignmouth and were surprised at how little the fare was. There are some great pubs within easy reach for good quality real ale and food. The CL itself is very well maintained and hosts welcoming but not intrusive. Would definitely recommend. We'll be back!
All the previous reviews are spot on - this site has it all. Lovely views, neatly mowed pitches separated by newly planted hedging, spotless his ‘n her toilets, good TV reception and 3G on Three and O2. Whilst we’re unlikely to return to the area it is a site that we can recommend.
We had been travelling around Devon for 2 months and we saved the best cl site till last. Mr and Mrs Webb were so very friendly and nothing was too much trouble. They even invited us to join their table at the local pub. The campsite area is very well placed with a new toilet block which was always clean. Some of our neighbours had been coming to this site for years which speaks volumes. The nearby road was not an issue and the site is very central to visit places of interest. Crediton is a delightful town and Exeter and Tiverton is only a few miles away. There is a farm shop on the site selling local produce too. But perhaps the highlight is the surrounding stunning views. Even on a wet day you couldn't fail to be impressed. Will most definitely return.