Hidden Valley Holiday Park Devon (Pet Friendly)

Hidden Valley Touring and Camping Park
Hidden Valley Touring and Camping Park
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Hidden Valley Holiday Park Devon (Pet Friendly)

Key Features
Nearby beaches and attractions
Activities Include: Bird-watching, dog-friendly, 2 play parks
Modern Ameneties: showers,toilets, underfloor heating, hairdryers, wifi, licensed shop, tourist info, laundrette

Fancy a break from it all? Then head to Hidden Valley Park in West Down, Ilfracombe, Devon! This award-winning park is nestled in a tranquil woodland valley and an undisturbed haven for local wildlife. Yet you’re still within a stone’s throw of gorgeous beaches like Woolacombe and Croyde Bay, both just 15 minutes’ drive away. Plus, The Big Sheep family attraction is a mere half hour’s drive away.

With so many activities to keep your adventurous spirit busy, you may never want to leave the grounds. Stroll along the park’s babbling stream and treat yourself to a peaceful break. Or wander through the nearby woodlands for a spot of bird-watching. Cast your eyes out onto the lake and grab a cream tea at the coffee shop with Wi-Fi access should you need to stream your favourite shows or upload those unforgettable photos.

And don’t forget to bring your furry companions! Hidden Valley Park is dog-friendly and the kids can let off some steam in one of the two play parks. Relax in luxury with the shower and toilet blocks, complete with underfloor heating and hairdryers. Plus there’s a licensed shop, reception with tourist info, and launderette on site.

So make this hideaway your next holiday destination! With its secluded setting and convenient facilities, you won’t be disappointed.

FAQs About Hidden Valley Park

    • Q: What are the reasons to visit Hidden Valley Park?
      A: Hidden Valley Park is an award-winning spot in West Down, Ilfracombe. It boasts a stunning wooded valley and wildlife haven, giving visitors the opportunity to observe kingfishers, otters, and otherlocal wildlife. Guests can also enjoy the lush gardens and lake from the onsite restaurant, play parks, and coffee shop. Hidden Valley Park is conveniently located near Ilfracombe, Woolacombe and Croyde Bay beaches – accessible within 15 minutes’ drive.

    • Q: What amenities does Hidden Valley Park offer?
      A: Along with its wooded valley and lake, Hidden Valley Park offers modern amenities such as luxury shower and toilet blocks with hairdryers and underfloor heating, full disabled facilities, a reception with tourist information, a licensed shop, a launderette and wifi access. Plus, dogs are welcome too!

    • Q: Do children have access to activities at Hidden Valley Park?
      A: Yes, Hidden Valley Park includes two play parks for youngsters and kids of all ages. Dogs are welcomed too, so you can explore the park with your furry friends.

    • Q: What’s around Hidden Valley Park that’s worth visiting?
      A: Nearby attractions include the famed Ilfracombe, Woolacombe and Croyde Bay beaches – located only 15 minutes’ drive away – and The Big Sheep family amusement park – about half an hour away. There’s also a bus stop outside the entrance to the park with easy access to the surrounding area.

    • Q: Does Hidden Valley Park provide food options?
      A: Yes, Hidden Valley Park offers a restaurant and a coffee shop where guests can enjoy snacks and delicious meals. In addition, cream teas are available at the Viewsvile Café overlooking the lake and gardens.

    • Q: Can I host an event at Hidden Valley Park?
      A: Yes, Hidden Valley Park caters to both small and larger events depending on your needs. Please contact management for more details.


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Hidden Valley Touring and Camping Park Reviews

Campground featuring pitches & lodges, plus a restaurant/bar & a licensed shop with local goods.

Below are the latest reviews of Hidden Valley Touring and Camping Park.

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Opening Hours:
Monday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Address: West Down, Ilfracombe EX34 8NU, UK

Matt Prestwich avatarMatt Prestwich
2 months ago
Found this lovely Caravan site on-line and just had to try it. This place didn't disappoint whatsoever. We booked a long weekend and had the park to ourselves. The facilities where exceptional, clean and fresh. We won't hesitate to go back later in the year.
Andrew Payne avatarAndrew Payne
7 months ago
We have just returned from a 17 night stay. We had a touring hardstanding pitch that was a decent size, (there are premium pitches that have picnic benches) I loved that 2 pitches shared a drinking water and grey water disposal. Many campers had used these and turned them into serviced pitches, which I will do if we return! Yes you had to pay for electric but this seems to be more common these days. They do state they have a restaurant. However, they seemed to rely on food trucks coming in. It appeared that sometimes they were let down on the occasion, so they didn't always have food serving. This didn't bother us as I always prefer to cook anyway. We did have a drink at the bar and relax looking over the little pond which was lovely and in bloom.The site is very pretty with tiered levels and the stream running through, which my dog thoroughly enjoyed. There is a children's park, however this was a little tired with a few loose / rotten board but this could easily be fixed.The facilities were kept clean, and had the local radio playing which was a nice touch.Overall we had a lovely stay and this site is well located to visit North Devon and enjoy the many beaches.
Kells23 avatarKells23
8 months ago
We found the site was clean and tidy and the toilets and showers were spotless whenever we needed to use them. The site was well located close beaches and shops and the main fishing harbours. The restaurant is no longer open but they do have take away (street food) which comes to the site every day. The only negative thing about the campsite is the electric. You have to pay for this separately which is topped up using a card, luckily we came in the summer because I cant imagine how much it would cost in the winter. On the welcome pack it states that any remaining monies left on the meter can be transferred back onto your card by tapping it and then they will refund you. If you have to leave early on the day, you can post the card through the door and they will issue the refund over the phone. We did this and the remaining £8 was put onto the card and we gave this to a member of our family to hand over who was leaving later than us. When they gave in our card they were told that we couldn't have a refund because we had left early? So we got in touch with them for us to be told that we couldn't haven't a refund because nothing was on the card and that maybe our family had taken the £8 by accident? So we are still owed £8 from them, which they have pocketed. Its not about the money, its the principle!
Nicky Reid avatarNicky Reid
2 months ago
Beautiful touring park lovely forest and river walks and the shower and toilet blocks were immaculate definitely be going back
Alisan Machin avatarAlisan Machin
10 months ago
I spent 6 nights here with my daughter, my mum and my brother, we had a premium pitch and it was brilliant, was close enough to town that it wasn't a pain to go but away enough that you weren't in the middle of it. Lovely walks for dogs. Parks are a bit outdated, but still fun.
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West Down, Ilfracombe, Devon, England, EX34 8NU

About the Local Area (Ilfracombe)

Ilfracombe is a beautiful seaside town that offers a blend of natural beauty, historical architecture, and modern attractions. From stunning beaches and rugged cliffs to art galleries and fine dining, Ilfracombe has something to offer everyone.

Let’s explore what makes this town so special.

What is Ilfracombe Famous For?

Ilfracombe is famous for its stunning natural landmarks, including the iconic Hillsborough Hill, which offers panoramic views of the town and the Bristol Channel.

Additionally, the town is known for its vibrant arts and culture scene, with numerous galleries, exhibitions, and festivals taking place throughout the year.

Things To Do In Ilfracombe

Ilfracombe boasts an array of exciting things to do, making it an ideal destination for tourists. Visitors can explore the town’s unique history by visiting St Nicholas Chapel or taking a stroll along the historic harbour.

Other popular attractions include:

  • Tunnels Beaches
    A series of four tunnels lead to secluded coves and a tidal pool, offering a unique swimming experience.
  • Ilfracombe Aquarium
    A fascinating family-friendly attraction that showcases the diverse marine life of the area, including exotic fish and sharks.
  • South West Coast Path
    A scenic walking trail that takes visitors along the rugged coastline of North Devon, offering stunning views of the sea and cliffs.

Things Near By Ilfracombe

Ilfracombe’s stunning location also makes it an excellent base for exploring the surrounding areas.

Here are some of the most popular attractions near Ilfracombe:

  • Exmoor National Park
    A vast wilderness area that offers scenic hikes, wildlife spotting, and stunning views of the countryside.
  • Woolacombe Beach
    A world-famous beach that boasts miles of golden sand and crystal-clear waters, perfect for sunbathing, swimming, and surfing.
  • Lynton and Lynmouth
    A beautiful twin village that offers a range of attractions, including the Lynton Cliff Railway, the Valley of Rocks, and the Lynmouth Flood Memorial Hall.

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