8/12/14 Apologies We ahve sold this caravan are in the process of purchasing a new unit so No letting details yet
Welcome to our Holiday home in Brixham Devon, if you have already visited Brixham Harbour you will understand why we chose to have our holiday home here.
Our Caravan is 35' x 12' and has one double bedroom and one twin room with a double sofa bed in Lounge. It is situated on a newly developed area at Landscove Caravan Park.
We have our own parking bay next to our entrance door and enjoy a private decking area (There is a sea view partially obscured by a wild hedge which may! get trimmed back for 2014)
The decking has a lockable wicket gate (Ideal to stop small children escaping so you can relax on the deck and enjoy the Devon sea air and mild Climate.
Stroll 100 yards and you are on the Coastal path right next to the Cliff Edge with Stunning views across the bay, within walking distance to the harbour. (A shorter route is available through houses but not a picturesque)
Our Caravan is located on a newly developed section of Landscove Holiday Park. The Park is a small Caravan Park and on first impressions is a typical Hi De Hi Chalet Park we enjoyed in our youth before we learnt how to drink Sangria, and offers a full entertainment program with shows and childrens clubs and also small Indoor & Outdoor Swimming Pools.
At time of Print renting our caravan comes with 6 Free Entertainment passes for your own use (This is to the Park Managers Descretion.)
These passes are also valid at the much larger sister park Riveria Bay Just down road with Bowling alley Take away and loads more.
The Park has a small shop and laundrette, Pub/ Club, Cafe/Restaurant and amusement arcade , the entertainment isn't mandatory and we have not found it intrusive
A short walk takes you to Berry Head Nature Reserve( www.countryside-trust.org.uk/berryhead) Loads of strange sheep Owls Sea Birds, Bats,
There is free wifi in the bar, and can be purchased in other areas from WifiSpark for the duration of your holiday. Speeds are acceptable for most purposes but if you specifically need to stream it will buffer a little depending on demand.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||DVD player, Sea view|
|Pool||Shared indoor pool, Shared outdoor pool (heated)|
|General||TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 5|
|Outdoors||Shared outdoor pool (heated), Shared indoor pool, Balcony or terrace, Climbing frame, Swing set|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
Brixham is a coastal fishing town in the South Devon Region which is covered with enticing towns and villages that are each unique and interesting in their own way. From small coastal villages to bustling market towns drenched in history.
You'll find quirky towns smattered across the region, so whether you're driving past on a day out or looking for a quick bite to eat, follow the signs and really enjoy the sights and goings on of these delightful locations.
South Devon's coastline is truely beautiful and diverse. Ranging from soft golden sands to the most inspiring of views and walks along the South West Coast Path
South Devon is known is for it's diverse countryside and breathtaking scenery so we recommend that you get out there and enjoy it. Head towards Dartmoor and witness the wild Dartmoor Ponies grazing in the sunshine or take a bike ride through Haldon Forest where the towering trees are sure to impress.
Brixham isn't just all about holidays. It's still one of the busiest fishing ports in the UK, the fish being preferred by many of the UK's top chefs
The town of Brixham wraps around an unspoilt quaint and pretty harbour with excellent Restaurants, the famous Brixham Crab Vendors and the UK's best Fish & Chips
Originally a Saxon settlement, Brixham was the landing place of William of Orange during the Glorious Revolution. Many of the street names in Brixham reflect the town's history
The main shopping street in the Town is yet to be spoilt by the arrive of the Large Multiple out of town food retailers and still boasts excellent small shops Traditional Fish Mongers, Fruit and Veg shops with their wears spilling on the street, a baker who still cooks and a butchers who is a meat eaters dream
Being a fishing port, you can expect a good choice of seafood restaurants
There are excellent low cost ferry services to Torquay, Dartmouth and Paignton, and the No 12 Bus Seems to Go everywhere in Torbay. There are plenty of coastal tours and fishing trips by boat on offer if you want to get a taste of Brixham's maritime heritage.
If you like art, you'll love Brixham. The town has a great range of art galleries featuring local and visiting artists. You can visit the artists' corner on the Strand to see artists working, if the weather permits. Brixham museum is packed with interesting exhibits from the town's cultural and maritime heritage