Devon Valley, Teignmouth

Devon Valley overview

Devon Valley sits on the banks of the river Teign, close to Shaldon one of South Devon’s prettiest villages. The holiday park is superbly situated for you to explore South Devon, from its many historic market towns, walks along the South West coast path from Exe Estuary to Wembury, cycle rides through the rich countryside with its villages and hamlets dotted hither and thither, not forgetting ... to try a Devon cream tea on route, horse riding through the magnificent Dartmoor to visiting Plymouth a city with a rich history and maritime heritage. Devon Valley is a wonderfully relaxing place to stay with great estuary views however, there are plenty of activities for the more energetic amongst you, Devon Valley facilities include a large heated indoor pool, a full evening of free entertainment including nightly Competitions, Cabarets and late night dancing. Children will love their own club led by Captain DV and Morris Minor. ACCOMMODATION – Devon Valley offers comfortable value for money chalets or caravans for your family stay. Bed linen and duvets are provided. FOR KIDS – Travel cots, highchairs are available for hire, Cotside available free of charge (caravans), Under 5s soft play area, Pirate Ship Adventure playground for under 5s, Babysitting service is available.
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Short break July 2010

01 Jun 2011
Visited with: Child
I visited this caravan park to be near my sister - she had just had twins, plus has a 3 year old, so felt it would be too much to descend on her with my 2 children as well. Although this park is quite small, it has excellent facilities. The pool is very tiny, but perfectly adequate for half an hour with the kids to play in. The two outdoor play areas, particularly the pirate ship wereperfect for the kids. Our apartment was on two floors - nice kitchen, dining area & open plan lounge, then 2 bedrooms & a bathroom upstairs. Tthe parking place was directly opposite, so no lugging bags for miles, and we were very near all the facilities. The evening entertainment was the usual thing with lots of singing and dancing, followed by some very silly games which the children thought were great! All good fun for mum to watch with a nice glass of wine after a long hard day... My only tip to point out is that the electricity is provided by paying for cards. They come in various amounts and I bought one for £5 but only used about £2 & there are no refunds. I would recommend buying the lowest denominations then just topping up as needs be. A fantastic location, right on the river - an excellent short break!