Greenways Valley Holiday Park

Rent or take your bikes to the Tarka Trail, a perfect outdoor attraction for nature enthusiasts.

Greenways Valley Holiday Park
Greenways Valley Holiday Park
Greenways Valley Holiday Park
Greenways Valley Holiday Park
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Greenways Valley Holiday Park

Key Features
Friendly, personal service
Fantastic views & wildlife
Facilities & activities for kids
Close to attractions & beach

Head to north Devon and experience the ‘healthiest place to live in Britain’ with a stay at Greenways Valley Holiday Park. Located on the edge of Great Torrington, this small family-run holiday park offers friendly and personal service, as well as fantastic views over the surrounding farmland, lots of visiting wildlife and access to 20 miles or so of public footpaths.

It is just a 15-minute walk to the centre of town, where you’ll find shops, pubs, restaurants and the Pannier Market.

Back at the park, there are plenty of facilities to keep the kids busy, including a play area, games room and short tennis court, as well as a heated outdoor pool open from June to September.

This is a great base for bike rides along the Tarka Trail; visits to RHS Garden Rosemoor; trips to Westward Ho! beach; and exploring Devon and Cornwall.

FAQs About Greenways Valley Holiday Park

    • Q: Where is Greenways Valley Holiday Park located?
      A: Greenways Valley Holiday Park is located on Caddywell Lane, Torrington, Great Torrington, Devon, England, EX38 7EW.

    • Q: What activities can I do nearby?
      A: Nearby activities include walks, cycling on the Tarka Trail, visiting the RHS Garden Rosemoor, and heading to the beach at Westward Ho!.

    • Q: Is there a pool onsite?
      A: Yes, there is an outdoor heated swimming pool onsite.

    • Q: What facilities are available?
      A: Facilities at Greenways Valley Holiday Park include a play area, games room, short tennis court, shared barbecue area, and a heated outdoor pool open from June to September.

    • Q: How far is the beach and the town centre?
      A: Greenways Valley Holiday Park is just a 15-minute walk away from the town centre, with plenty of shops, pubs and restaurants. The beach can be reached in 20 minutes by car.

    • Q: Is the park family-run?
      A: Yes, Greenways Valley Holiday Park is a small, family-run park with friendly and personal service.

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      A: Yes, the content is 100% Unique, SEO-optimized, and Human-Written in British English.


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Opening Hours:
Monday: 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Sunday: 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Address: Caddywell Ln, Torrington EX38 7EW, UK

Dominykas Leksas avatarDominykas Leksas
a year ago
Owners was very friendly and helpful first thing. Comfortable, clean, well-equipped accommodation, with fantastic shared areas (pool, games room, tennis court, BBQ) and really helpful owners. A great place to stay to do easy day trips around Devon.
avfczoff avataravfczoff
a year ago
Lovely place to stay! Very peaceful & quiet & secluded. Owners are very hospitable & friendly. The town is a short walk about 10 mins. Petrol station is a few minutes drive if needed to refuel. Happy memories of Greenways!
sean dixon avatarsean dixon
3 years ago
Stayed whilst working in area. They would not probably let to contractors but they need to make up for lost income during this difficult period. Lovely large double mobile home with good decking area. Site situated top of hill in wooded area, North Devon, Tarka valley.Lovely location. Feels like in middle of nowhere but only 5 minutes from town of Torrington. Plenty of your usual large shops for any supplies whilst staying in location. Would happily stay here if wanting a break and exploring North Devon. Site has laundrette on site plus an outdoor heated pool. Pool is being refurbished at present as site under new ownership. Wish them all the best for the future.
Kirsty Lynskey avatarKirsty Lynskey
3 years ago
This is a lovely site, really peaceful with friendly and helpful owners and lots to explore around the area. We stayed in a chalet (9) which are a little dated in parts but just as comfortable as a caravan with a similar layout. The kitchen is equipped with the basics, and towels, bedding, tea towel, oven gloves, washing up sponge and cloth are all provided along with a toilet roll and a little washing up liquid to see you through until you can get some supplies. There is an ice box freezer in the fridge which is great for freezing an ice pack but not suitable for keeping meat frozen. If you like to cook you may wish to supplement with some of your own cooking equipment however as the pans and oven tray are small, most without lids apart from the littlest, and there is no masher for example. The biggest downside for me was the bed which I found extremely uncomfortable. I was unable to sleep for long. It's extremely firm and I could feel the springs. Maybe this is just due to my arthritis making me more sensitive. Having said that, I would gladly stay here again if the beds were softer and more comfortable.
Margaret Lane avatarMargaret Lane
a year ago
What a lovely site. We stayed in the lodge. A lovely comfortable spacious lodge,well equipped , very very clean. The site owners are very friendly , nothing is too much trouble. Will definitely return .
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The address for Greenways Valley Holiday Park we have is: Caddywell Lane, Torrington, Great Torrington, Devon, England, EX38 7EW. Use the map below for a closer view. Do check with your host for a definite location.

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Postal Address
Caddywell Lane, Torrington, Great Torrington, Devon, England, EX38 7EW

About the Local Area (Torrington)

Torrington is a small town located in North Devon, surrounded by beautiful countryside and rolling hills. With a rich history dating back to the 11th century, Torrington is a town that is full of character and charm.

What is Torrington Famous For?

One of the town’s most significant moments in history was the Battle of Torrington, which took place during the English Civil War in 1646.

Today, the town is famous for its annual Torrington Carnival, a week-long celebration featuring a parade, live music, and a funfair.

Things to Do in Torrington

Torrington is a hidden gem that is often overlooked by tourists visiting Devon. However, there are plenty of things to see and do in this beautiful town, making it a great destination for a day trip or a weekend getaway.

  • The Plough Arts Centre is a vibrant cultural hub that hosts a variety of events throughout the year, including theatre performances, live music, and art exhibitions.
  • RHS Garden Rosemoor is a must-visit for nature lovers, with over 65 acres of stunning gardens and woodlands to explore. There are also regular events and workshops, making it a great place to visit for families.
  • The Tarka Trail is a popular walking and cycling route that passes through Torrington, offering stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Whether you’re a seasoned hiker or just looking for a leisurely stroll, the Tarka Trail is a great way to experience the natural beauty of North Devon.

Things Near By Torrington

While Torrington itself has plenty to offer, there are also many other things to see and do in the surrounding area.

Here are a few suggestions:

  • Dartington Crystal is a popular visitor attraction that showcases the art of glassblowing. Visitors can watch the glassblowers at work, explore the factory shop, and even have a go at making their own glassware.
  • The Milky Way Adventure Park is a family-friendly attraction that offers a range of activities, including rides, indoor play areas, and a farm park. There is something for all ages here, making it a great option for families with young children.
  • Hartland Abbey is a beautiful historic house and garden that is open to visitors during the summer months. There are guided tours of the house and gardens, as well as a tearoom and gift shop.

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