Lady's Mile Holiday Park8.0
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It’s an award winner, and it’s easy to see why – Devon’s Lady’s Mile near the Blue Flag beaches of Dawlish Warren has all that’s needed for ladies and gentlemen to pitch up. It’s had cracking reviews and full marks for location, cleanliness, facilities, customer service and more, and also has five-star scores for value for money.
And there’s more – Lady’s Mile also has an indoor and outdoor pool, an on-site restaurant, a bar, fab play areas for the kids including an adventure playground and soft play area, evening entertainment to croon along to, a takeaway and even a gym if you feel like working the calories off (or you could just decide to relax by the pool or in the sauna instead). The showers and bath on site are fit for even the most ladylike lady, and there’s also a parent and baby washroom to keep the holiday grub off the smaller campers. Wifi access is available.
Whether you’re off site during your stay is another matter, although there are two pubs within a mile which might prove to be the motivation you need...
Lady’s Mile is a site for the sea and sand lovers, as it’s only a mile from two beaches where you can surf, swim, sail or just laze and sunbathe. There’s also golf, fishing, horse-riding and tennis nearby, or you could indulge in a spot of culture and wander around the nearby National Trust properties A la Ronde and Compton Castle.
Want something a little more likely to appeal to the kids? Pack them in the car and take them off to Crealy Great Adventure Park a short drive away, where they can go gaga on the rides or go wild in the indoor jungle. They’ll also enjoy seeing the famous black swans along the Dawlish river, bumping along on the seafront railway, or just sticking close to the beach resort with its pirate-themed mini golf, go-karting, amusements and children’s rides.
Water quality at nearby bathing waters
|Dawlish Coryton Cove
East Devon, Devon
|Tucked down narrow street close to the station and getting good reports under present management, decent choice of enjoyable reasonably priced food including well cooked fresh fish, several west country ales, cosy linked beamed bars, live music weekends||Exeter Inn
|Extremely popular dining pub specialising in seafood (inc 29 choices of mussels), food all day with two restaurant sittings summer evenings and winter weekends to cope with crowds, six real ales, a dozen wines by the glass, 130 malt whiskies and quite a few brandies and ports, several low-ceilinged small rooms with panelling, coal fire in snug, extension made mainly of reclaimed timber with over 300 ship emblems, brass and copper lamps and nautical knick-knacks, live music including Weds jazz; children welcome seated away from bar, dogs allowed in bar, tables on verandah looking across road to inlet, open all day||Anchor
|Comfortable traditional 17th-c pub overlooking estuary and harbour, good value generous food including good fish dishes and puddings (freshly made by landlady so takes time), Butcombe and Sharps Doom Bar, friendly helpful staff, partitioned beamed bar with big log fire and ancient oven, decorative plates and seafaring memorabilia, small restaurant; background music; children and dogs welcome, nice steep-sided garden||Ship
|Pleasant old-fashioned décor, split-level panelled dining area with leather sofas by big fire, good generously served home-made food including fresh local fish and Sun roasts, well kept ales such as Otter, Palmers, St Austell and Wadworths, short interesting wine list, may be winter mulled cider, friendly helpful staff, games room with pool, Sun live music; children welcome, picnic-sets out at front, smokers' area, open all day||Swan
|Charming low-beamed old-world dining pub once owned by Elizabeth I, welcoming owners and friendly efficient staff, wide choice of good well presented food including popular Sun lunch, five well kept ales, several reasonably priced wines by the glass, thriving atmosphere; pretty front garden||Elizabethan
- Crealy Great Adventure Park (8.0 miles)
- Exeter Cathedral - Church of Saint Peter (9.3 miles)
- Living Coasts (9.9 miles)
- A la Ronde (4.1 miles)
- Compton Castle (10.4 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
Exmouth, Geoneedle, Coast Path and Knowle Walk
- Teignmouth - Smugglers Coast (3.8 miles)
- EXE ESTUARY (CURRENT BOUNDARY FROM 16/01/2003) (5.4 miles)
- Teignmouth - Smugglers Coast (3.8 miles)
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83% would recommend this site to a friend.
78% would stay here again.
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Good Site. 30 Oct 2014
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Electrical hook-up points for tourers
Motorhome service point
Tourer storage facilities
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Cycle hire nearby
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Outdoor pool nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Very large (over 200 pitches)
Ordnance Survey maps (GB and Northern Ireland only) are available at lower levels via the drop-down menu.
- Coach stations
Dawlish Coach Stop — 1.1mi
1.1mi Starcross: Rail Station Coach Stop — 2.3mi
2.3mi Exmouth Bus Station — 2.7mi
- Train stations
Dawlish Warren Rail Station — 0.8mi
0.8mi Dawlish Rail Station — 1.1mi
1.1mi Starcross Rail Station — 2.3mi
- Ferry ports
Exmouth Ferry Landing — 2.2mi
2.2mi Starcross Ferry Landing — 2.3mi
2.3mi Teignmouth Ferry Landing — 4.1mi
Exeter International Airport — 9.5mi
You'll find us easy to get to. Leave the M5 motorway at Junction 30. Take the A379 signposted Dawlish and carry on for about 6 miles. Once you pass the small harbour at Cockwood, Lady's Mile is two miles further on the left of the A379, just over the Sainsbury's roundabout.
Permitted arrival/departure time
|Camping and touring|
|Arrive:||11 a.m. –||10 p.m.|
|Arrive:||4 p.m. –||10 p.m.|
We cannot emphasise too strongly the wisdom of taking out our cancellation plan at £10 per week for pitches and £50 per week holiday homes which is payable with the balance payment.
Our cancellation plan covers the whole of your party up to and including the day your holiday commences against cancellation due to:
- Redundancy or jury service of a member of the party
- Accident, injury, illness or death of a member of the party
- We guarantee to return the full amount* of the final balance payment paid to Lady’s Mile/Oakcliff under this scheme. Please give as much notice as possible and provide the appropriate authoritative documents in confirmation of your reason for cancellation i.e. doctor’s note, death certificate, redundancy notice under the Payment Act 1965. Claims outside the specified reasons for cancellations will not be entertained. The cancellation plan is non-refundable.
The decision of the company on all claims is final. A £30 administration fee is payable to Lady’s Mile on any claim.
We regret that in the event of leaving early, no refunds can be made.
If you need to cancel or amend your booking, please give as much notice as possible so that someone else has the chance to book. You may wish to buy holiday insurance for cancellations and for your property/injury whilst away.
Please note that your deposit is paid to Pitchup.com and is non-refundable.
Payment of balance
The balance is due 4 weeks before arrival, or if the arrival date is sooner than 4 weeks then the balance should be paid as soon as possible.
No reminders will be sent to you. If the balance is not paid in time then the campsite is entitled to cancel the holiday.
Payment methods accepted on the parkMaestro
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