Andrewshayes is an award-winning holiday park set in beautiful East Devon countryside. The park welcomes touring caravans, motorhomes and tents and also has three cosy glamping pods for hire. There are luxury static holiday homes to rent and purchase as well as a new development of stunning lodge style caravans with fabulous views and hot tubs, perfect for a relaxing countryside escape.

This well kept park is gently sloping with terraced camping pitches overlooking the valleys and rolling hills of East Devon.  The park has many mature trees and attractive planted areas.  On-site facilities include a covered heated swimming pool, seasonal bar, café & takeaway, play park and dog exercise field and a woodland walk.

 

Family run for over 80 years, this park welcomes many returning guests year after year.  The park is just 6 miles inland, making it a short drive to the popular seaside resorts of Charmouth, Lyme Regis, Seaton and Sidmouth on the Jurassic Coast.  Overall an ideal location to explore West Dorset and East Devon.

“Our family run holiday park is just 6 miles inland. We know that many of our visitors are keen to explore the beautiful coastline around us during their holidays.

We are delighted to become part of an organisation that helps promote the wonderful Jurassic Coast.” – Clare Mackenney, Andrewshayes Holiday Park

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