Cornwall or Devon holiday park recommendations please

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GnarlyOldGoatDude Thu 21-Jul-16 08:46:32

Just that! 3 young kids, looking for somewhere near a sandy beach with lots for them to do. Ideally not too dreadful for us adults either. We're not fussed on evening shows etc, but stuff for the kids would be great. Staying in a lodge or chalet would be best as DH isn't keen on a caravan but I might be able to convince him if it's a nice one.

Thank you!! Have tried googling and trip advisor but the selection is vast and would love some advice from MNetters who've actually been to them.

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DubiousCredentials Thu 21-Jul-16 09:17:49

The Haven site Devon Cliffs ticks most of those boxes although I'm not sure if they have chalets. It may just be caravans. It is a big site but has easy access to a lovely beach and the South Beach Cafe at the top of the cliff and path to the beach is awesome. Not sure if you are into Haven type sites though. It isn't cheap either if you are looking in school hols but there are activities, a pool with big slides and things for little ones too, playgrounds, lovely views and walks. Plenty to do in the surrounding area too.

GnarlyOldGoatDude Thu 21-Jul-16 09:25:32

Thank you Dubious that's one of the ones I'd stumbled across, it's just so hard to get an idea from the Internet. Not been to a Haven site before.

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Boogers Thu 21-Jul-16 09:31:30

Have a look at Woodovis Park near Tavistock. Lovely quiet park with caravans, tourers and lodges. Highly recommended and we're hoping to go back within the next couple of years.

DubiousCredentials Thu 21-Jul-16 09:31:59

We have been several times and always found it clean and well kept and any problems were dealt with swiftly and without fuss. I would recommend it to anyone with little ones wanting a beach holiday in the uk.

GnarlyOldGoatDude Thu 21-Jul-16 10:05:47

boogers thanks will have a look

Dubious that sounds great, thank you

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mummymeister Thu 21-Jul-16 12:07:12

When we got to Cornwall we stay HERE It is very small child friendly with farm animals that you can feed daily and a huge playbarn. they have a swimming pool as well. not sure when you are wanting to go because if it is this school summer hols then you might struggle to find anyone with any space. what dates are you looking at?

GnarlyOldGoatDude Thu 21-Jul-16 15:18:33

That looks lovely mummymeister but alas they're full

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