This is a site we return to, it has wonderful views over Plymouth Sound out to St Catherine's Chapel on the Cornish Coast and, with a steep walk down the lane to Bovisand Bay the Eddystone lighthouse comes into view. The cove at Bovisand is great for all ages with the bonus of grassy picnic areas and a cafe. Walks to Wembury on the coastal path start here. Up on the site the wind nearly blew us away but we still enjoyed our brief visit. There is a very good dog walk and a large playing field on the site. The site is in the little village of Down Thomas which has a small shop and the aptly named "Mussel Inn." Don't expect to see all the views when the site is busy but at quieter times of the year there is a good chance of a reasonable sea view. The pitching price is very good value, we paid £14.50.
Plymouth Sound Caravan Club Site
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Just returned from 10 days at this site. We love it here for its views, particularly the activity in the sound. We arrived late in the day in the pouring rain and just pitched. Next morning we asked if we could move pitches, the wardens said we could help ourselves, asked if we needed any help then cut the grass on the pitch we were moving to. What more could you ask for? Lovely site and great wardens.
We have just stayed here for 3 nights and all I can say is what a fantastic beautiful and clean site this is. From the moment we pulled in to the site we were made extremely welcome by the wardens (lovely couple). They were both friendly and had exceptional customer service. I even saw the wardens walking round the site with members as they looked for a pitch giving them advice about the site and the best places to pitch up. We originally booked for 2 nights but extended to 3 nights as we liked the site so much and nothing is too much trouble for the wardens. The dog walk here is excellent and very big. Thank you to You both for a lovely stay and we will defiantly be back as soon as we can.