Park Life Resorts at Watermouth Lodges

Take your family to a holiday full of adventure starting with a miniature adventure course and a lot more activities.

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Park Life Resorts at Watermouth Lodges

Key Features
Luxury family retreat located in Devon
Heated outdoor pool and activities for all ages
Local and fresh food offered at onsite restaurant

If you’re looking for a family holiday full of adventure and beautiful views, Park Life Resorts at Watermouth Lodges is the place for you. Situated 10 minutes drive from either Combe Martin or Ilfracombe and set amidst 12 acres of forest on the north coast of Devon – overlooking Watermouth Harbour and Castle – this is the ultimate luxury retreat.

The site offers all kinds of family-friendly activities such as indoor and outdoor play areas and a heated outdoor pool (April – September). Test your skills with a round of miniature golf and tennis, or hit the walking trails. Kids can take on the mini adventure course in the playground whilst adults enjoy a well-earned refreshment at the restaurant bar.

Those feeling more energetic can take a short trip to nearby golden sandy beaches, perfect for swimming and exploring rock pools. Whatever the weather, you can stay busy in the games room and state-of-the-art soft play area! Wind down at night with dinner prepared fresh and locally sourced at the onsite restaurant.

End your days feeling refreshed and energized with the surroundings and facilities of Park Life Resorts at Watermouth Lodges – the perfect family escape.

FAQ’s about Park Life Resorts at Watermouth Lodges

    • Q: What facilities does Park Life Resorts at Watermouth Lodges offer for families?
      A: Park Life Resorts at Watermouth Lodges offers a playground with a miniature adventure course, indoor and outdoor play areas, seasonal pool, restaurant-bar, and games room to keep the whole family entertained.

    • Q: How close is Park Life Resorts at Watermouth Lodges to other attractions in Devon?
      A: Park Life Resorts at Watermouth Lodges is only a 10-minute drive from Combe Martin and Ilfracombe, and a short drive away from beaches such as Broadsands and Hele Bay, which are both 5 minutes away.

    • Q: What kind of activities are available to visitors at Park Life Resorts at Watermouth Lodges?
      A: Activities include taking in breathtaking views of Watermouth Harbour and the Bristol Channel, exploring nearby trails and the South West Coast Path, swimming, rockpooling, playing miniature golf, and utilising the resort’s tennis courts.

    • Q: Does Park Life Resorts at Watermouth Lodges have a restaurant?
      A: Yes, Park Life Resorts at Watermouth Lodges has a restaurant which serves local produce and is heated by a woodburning stove during the winter months.

    • Q: Can visitors stay at Park Life Resorts at Watermouth Lodges?
      A: Yes, Park Life Resorts at Watermouth Lodges has log-clad, self-contained lodges scattered across 12 acres of woodland.

    • Q: Is Park Life Resorts at Watermouth Lodges open all year round?
      A: Park Life Resorts at Watermouth Lodges is open all year round, however, the heated outdoor pool is only open from April – September.

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Park Life Resorts, Watermouth Lodges Reviews

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4.4
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Opening Hours:
Monday: 9:00 – 11:00 AM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Sunday: 9:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Address: Park Life Resorts Watermouth Lodges, Watermouth, Berrynarbor, Ilfracombe EX34 9SJ, UK

Jolanta Panasewicz avatarJolanta Panasewicz
5 months ago
We spent there october half-term and it was brilliant idea. We got lodge no 39 which was very comfortable with new decorated, very clean bathrooms (2) and spacious living room with kitchen and 3 bedrooms. The lodge was fully equipped. In the main building is cosy café where adults could enjoy coffe and kids play in the soft play. It was fantastic! The area is beautiful with many walking paths, it is also worth to visit nearby castle (kids had so much fun there, we also!), cliff railway, valley of rocks. We had lovely time in Park Life Resorts!
Tee avatarTee
3 weeks ago
Only popped in for a drink and soft play area which was very entertaining for my 3 year old. Lovely sea views and friendly staff.
Jenny Anderson avatarJenny Anderson
5 months ago
Spent a few days here and the lodge was amazing. I wasn't expecting everything that came with it: heating, washing machine, toaster, TV etc. It was great and really close to everything we went to visit in Ilfracombe.
Charleigh Williams avatarCharleigh Williams
6 months ago
Came for a short stay, outside of peak times, during October. Cold, but we were lucky with the weather. Perfect location and a clean site. Halfway between Combe Martin and Ilfracombe, both with handy amenities. Castle right on the doorstep. A short walk to Watermouth harbour and beautiful coastal paths – which lead to private beaches, coves etc.We stayed in a spacious 3 bedroom lodge. Open plan living. 1 large en-suite with bath, 1 double and a twin. Family bathroom. Decking and grass area. We were pleased with the cleanliness. Our lodge also had plenty of board games (possibly privately owned) tea, coffee, washing-up liquid, shampoo bar, towels. Perfect.There’s an on-site restaurant and bar area. We were so so welcomed by the Chef/front of house and his second. The food was okay and reasonably priced for eating out. Big portions, even for little ones. The chef was so accommodating, nothing was ever too much trouble. The chef and second were very family friendly. My child (5) was well looked after, given alternative child-friendly cups and even offered a different chair for relaxing. We slept well that night, with full and merry tummy’s.Unfortunately, I have had to mark down for our experience at the restaurant the next day. (Lunch time) When arrived the lady at reception was on her mobile phone, seemingly trying to look busy as she was hiding it by the keyboard. The lady did not tend to us or the other couple in the restaurant, until prompted by one of the party. We were then told that half of the menu would be off the board (because it was Sunday) as we patiently waited for the chefs arrival. It was explained to us that they were short staffed and there were only 2 members of staff. The lady went back to her desk at reception. When the chef arrived, shortly after, he came to greet us and explained that a couple items on the menu were sold out – but he would be happy to extend us the courtesy of opening up the evening menu. (Again, nothing was ever too much trouble) By the end, we almost fest sorry for this man, as despite being preoccupied he was practically left to fend for himself. Checking up on everyone during their meal, removing glasses and table service – whilst the lady stayed at her desk. The lady gave us the impression that she didn’t want to be there, consequently we felt like a burden with the little contact we had with her. We thought the chef carried himself brilliantly against the odds.It seems that whilst the resort has some absolute diamonds of staff members, there are obviously some that need a refresher of their customer service skills to match up to them. If it were not for the previous nights experience at the restaurant, we would not want to return, as did not feel welcome.We are planning to come back during peak times and hope that we will only have good things to say about this lovely resort.
Nikki Edwards avatarNikki Edwards
7 months ago
First time staying in a lodge and wow! Fantastic lodge big , clean and lovely views. Staff are lovely ideal location. Our nieces loved the heated outdoor pool and soft play area. The park is well maintained. It was a fabulous experience looking to book again. Not far from combemartin and Ilfracombe. Highly recommend.
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Watermouth, Ilfracombe, Devon, England, EX34 9SJ

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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