Manleigh Holiday Park

Offer guests with a lovely delightful chalets, log cabins, and static caravans experience, a perfect place for a holiday getaway.

Manleigh Holiday Park
Manleigh Holiday Park
Manleigh Holiday Park
Manleigh Holiday Park
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Manleigh Holiday Park

Key Features
Location in a beautiful coastal village
Variety of accommodations (chalets, log cabins, and static caravans)
 Informal bar and lounge area serving local food and drink
Dog-friendly environment with adjacent field for strolls

Found in the charming coastal village of Combe Martin, Manleigh Park is a small holiday park featuring delightful chalets, log cabins, and static caravans. As the owners of the park, we are passionate about providing our guests with the most relaxing and peaceful holiday possible.

We invite you to share in our love for this special place by staying with us for your holiday. Our lounge area features an informal bar where you can enjoy freshly brewed coffee, homemade cake, local cider or ale, and even some artisan West Country gin. The Wicked Wolf Gin, distilled just up the road at Watersmeet, is a must-try.

Our adjacent field is perfect for enjoying a gentle stroll or letting your dog run free if you have one with you. The footpath in the lower corner leads directly to the village of Combe Martin. While we have a small children’s play area, please note that it’s not next to the chalet, and children should always be supervised.

We are genuinely dog-friendly (sorry no cats), with Baxter, our Labradoodle, making sure we cater to all our four-legged friends’ needs. We welcome everyone at Manleigh, including singles, couples, families, locals, and tourists from near and far. If you’re booking for a special occasion, please let us know, and we’ll do everything we can to make your stay even more special. We can arrange for bubbles, flowers, and even chocolates from our lovely local chocolatier to be waiting for you on arrival.

FAQs About Manleigh Holiday Park

  • Q: What types of accommodations are available at Manleigh Park?
    A: Manleigh Park offers chalets, log cabins, and static caravans for your stay.
  • Q: What amenities are available at Manleigh Park?
    A: Manleigh Park has an informal bar, lounge area, small children’s play area, and adjacent field for walks or dog exercise.
  • Q: Is Manleigh Park dog-friendly?
    A: Yes, Manleigh Park is genuinely dog-friendly and welcomes all four-legged friends, except for cats.
  • Q: Does Manleigh Park offer special arrangements for special occasions?
    A: Yes, if you’re booking for a special occasion, please let Manleigh Park know, and they’ll do everything they can to make your stay even more special. They can arrange for bubbles, flowers, and even chocolates from a local chocolatier to be waiting for you on arrival.
  • Q: Is there a nearby distillery or brewery to visit?
    A: Yes, the Wicked Wolf Gin distillery is just up the road at Watersmeet, and it’s a must-try for gin lovers.
  • Q: What is the location of Manleigh Park?
    A: Manleigh Park is located in the charming coastal village of Combe Martin.
  • Q: Is the children’s play area located next to the chalets?
    A: No, the children’s play area is not next to the chalets, and children should always be supervised while playing.

Manleigh Park Reviews

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Opening Hours:
Monday: Open 24 hours
Tuesday: Open 24 hours
Wednesday: Open 24 hours
Thursday: Open 24 hours
Friday: Open 24 hours
Saturday: Open 24 hours
Sunday: Open 24 hours
Address: Rectory Rd, Combe Martin, Ilfracombe EX34 0NS, UK

Cvuk Writer avatarCvuk Writer
11 months ago
So sad to be back from this wonderful week away. The friendliest of welcomes, the place was so clean it was almost as if it were brand new. Linens and towels as bright as you’d see in a 5 star hotel and the site itself is just lovely and clearly well looked after. The chalet was perfect for us as a party of 3 but I’d happily stay as a 4. The kitchen was great with everything sparkling and a little welcome box on arrival. It was quiet and calm and just perfect for a relaxing break. If we’d have known how good it was we’d have booked for longer for sure! A little park for the kids which was perfect to burn off the last drips of energy, a short walk down a wooded alley and you’re in the town. The location is also Perfectly placed to visit all of north Devon’s finest. Just loved it here and we’ll be back for sure.
Louise Rose avatarLouise Rose
9 months ago
Really helpful, friendly staff. I rang Kelly just to let them know that we will be arriving a day late due to car problems, I was not expecting anything to be changed for me but she went above and beyond to make sure that we didn't miss out on 1 night and said we could check out Monday so we still had the 3 nights!! Lovely location, we stayed in a chalet which was clean, comfortable, spacious, and fully equipped with everything you need in the kitchen the outside deck space has tables and chairs too so you can enjoy the view sat with a glass of wine or a nice dinner. A pint of milk in the fridge, a white box left in the kitchen with tea, coffee, biscuits, sugar, a spare black bag, dishwasher tablets, and washing up liquid. Towels are also supplied (bath and hand towles), even a dog towel, which was really helpful! A short walk through the dog walking area and you can enjoy combe Martin or just a 20 – 25min drive and your at Woolacombe or Ilfracombe, the site and accommodation is maintained well and is of good quality, a folder is in the chalet and full of information about the accommodation, site, local area and things to can do. I would definitely recommend this place to everyone.
Cbjm avatarCbjm
9 months ago
I deeply appreciate that they actually allow wild plants to come through, unlike other places that keep nature away. Really nice seeing hawkmoths on the butterfly bushes. And bees etc flying around. Lovely seeing the birds.Really impressed by the rooms, clean and tidy. Only complaint is the radiator in the bathroom is on at all times, likely wastes a crazy ammount of electricity. We would stay here / or use this company again in another site. So far the best lodge place we have stayed at. Felt safe too
Charlotte Ratcliffe avatarCharlotte Ratcliffe
10 months ago
Very peaceful. May Bank Holiday weekend and the site was extremely quiet/empty. We stayed in chalet L10. New owners (took over Jan 2023) nice & friendly. Couldn't see that the bar was open at all during our stay. Kids park small but 2 children (10 & 5) enjoyed it. Dog enjoyed dog exercise field. Chalet basic & very small but did the job for 2 nights. Location good – main beaches a short drive away (Woolacombe 23 mins, Combe Martin 6 mins) We enjoyed a visit to National Trust Adlington Court (17 mins) the carriage museum onsite was fab.
Jason Reeves avatarJason Reeves
a year ago
Fantastic location, Steve, Judith and the team were simply outstanding. A very warm welcome, the log cabin we stayed in was equipped with everything you possibly could need. Exceptionally clean and comfortable. The clubhouse was brilliant, great home cooked pizzas and a really great vibe. We've already booked again!!
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The address for Manleigh Holiday Park we have is: Rectory Road, Combe Martin, Combe Martin, Devon, England, EX34 0NS. Use the map below for a closer view. Do check with your host for a definite location.

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Postal Address
Rectory Road, Combe Martin, Combe Martin, Devon, England, EX34 0NS

About the Local Area (Combe Martin)

Combe Martin is a beautiful village located on the North Devon coast, surrounded by the stunning Exmoor National Park. It is a small village, but it boasts a lot of history, charm, and natural beauty.

What is Combe Martin Famous For?

One of the main attractions of Combe Martin is its location, which makes it a popular destination for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. It is also known for its stunning coastal views and the rich history of the village.

Things To Do In Combe Martin

Combe Martin offers a wide range of things to do for visitors, making it an ideal destination for families, couples, and solo travelers.

Here are some of the top things to do in Combe Martin:

  • Visit the Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park
    This popular attraction features a range of animals, from lions and wolves to sea lions and penguins, as well as life-sized animatronic dinosaurs.
  • Explore the South West Coastal Path
    Combe Martin is located on the South West Coastal Path, which offers stunning views of the coast and the surrounding countryside. Take a leisurely walk along the path, which starts from the village itself, and take in the breathtaking scenery.
  • Visit the Castle
    The small but charming Combe Martin Castle is a must-visit attraction. Built in the 13th century, the castle is one of the oldest buildings in the village and offers visitors a glimpse into the area’s rich history.

Things Near By Combe Martin

Combe Martin is located in a beautiful part of North Devon and is surrounded by many attractions worth visiting.

Here are some of the top things to do and see near Combe Martin:

  • Visit Exmoor National Park
    Combe Martin is located at the edge of Exmoor National Park, which offers visitors stunning scenery and plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and horse riding.
  • The Tunnels Beaches
    Located just a few miles from Combe Martin, the Tunnels Beaches are a series of hand-carved tunnels leading to secluded beaches. The beaches are surrounded by high cliffs, providing a stunning backdrop for swimming and sunbathing.
  • Ilfracombe Harbour
    A charming harbour town located just a short drive from Combe Martin. Visitors can take a stroll along the harbour, visit local art galleries, or enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants serving locally sourced seafood.

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