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Hartland Holiday Parks. Find and book your next break at a holiday park in Hartland, Devon


We have details of 4 holiday parks with caravans, lodges or cabins for you to choose. Hartland, Devon is a great location for your next holiday. Many parks allow bookings for weekends, long weekends and mid week breaks as well as one or two week self catering holidays.

Search for your next holiday in Hartland. We have 4 holiday parks in Hartland. To book your next self catering holiday at a Hartland park just use the 'View Accommodation' button on each of the park details below. If no link is available then the Park Information page will show more information about your selected Hartland holiday park. The details page for each park will show all the information we have, a map of the area as well as up to eleven pictures of the park.

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Hartland Forest Lodges - Hartland

 
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Just a few miles from the soaring cliffs and wide surfing beaches of the north Devon coast these privately owned lodges are ideally situated to explore the county's popular coastline pretty villages and national parks.

Delightfully car free the picturesque village of Clovelly with its donkey transport and quaint cottages lining stepped cobbled lanes down to the ancient harbour is only 4 miles distant. Fabulous beaches at Westward Ho! Saunton Sands Woolacombe and the surfers' paradise of Croyde Bay are all within easy reach as are Bude a bustling holiday centre with superb surfing beaches and stunning coastal pathways around Hartland Point's 325 feet of sheer cliffs. Also an easy drive away is Bideford an attractive market town set on the banks of the Torridge estuary and boasting a harbour from where visitors can take a boat trip to the unspoilt little island of Lundy – England's only marine nature reserve and home to the largest seabird colony in the south of the country.

Further afield to the north the glories of Exmoor National Park and Lorna Doone country are a joy to explore – whether on foot on horseback or by wheeled transport. The resorts of Lynton and Lynmouth linked by a unique water powered cliff railway are a 'must see' whilst to the south there are great days out to be had amidst the rugged grandeur of Dartmoor's landscape home to the famous wild ponies and dotted with picturesque and welcoming villages.

There is plenty to see and do nearby – the Big Sheep and Milky Way are popular family attractions and Hartland Abbey RHS Rosemoor Appledore's art galleries and the new Atlantic Village are all well worth a visit whilst the justifiably world famous amazing Eden Project is about an hour's drive. Sandymouth Bay's award winning National Trust managed beach the Tarka Trail's miles of walking and cycling track running through glorious Devon countryside and the South West Coastal Path all invite exploration.

Hartland (4 miles) offers sea angling riding and a golf course and both tennis and coarse fishing are available at the lodge park. The thriving village of Woolfardisworthy or Woolsery as it is known locally offers a shop/post office and pub serving food (2 miles).

 

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Hartland Forest - Hartland

 
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Delightfully car free the picturesque village of Clovelly with its donkey transport and quaint cottages lining stepped cobbled lanes down to the ancient harbour is only 4 miles distant. Fabulous beaches at Westward Ho! Saunton Sands Woolacombe and the surfers' paradise of Croyde Bay are all within easy reach as are Bude a bustling holiday centre with superb surfing beaches and stunning coastal pathways around Hartland Point's 325 feet of sheer cliffs. Also an easy drive away is Bideford an attractive market town set on the banks of the Torridge estuary and boasting a harbour from where visitors can take a boat trip to the unspoilt little island of Lundy – England's only marine nature reserve and home to the largest seabird colony in the south of the country.

Further afield to the north the glories of Exmoor National Park and Lorna Doone country are a joy to explore – whether on foot on horseback or by wheeled transport. The resorts of Lynton and Lynmouth linked by a unique water powered cliff railway are a 'must see' whilst to the south there are great days out to be had amidst the rugged grandeur of Dartmoor's landscape home to the famous wild ponies and dotted with picturesque and welcoming villages.

There is plenty to see and do nearby – the Big Sheep and Milky Way are popular family attractions and Hartland Abbey RHS Rosemoor Appledore's art galleries and the new Atlantic Village are all well worth a visit whilst the justifiably world famous amazing Eden Project is about an hour's drive. Sandymouth Bay's award winning National Trust managed beach the Tarka Trail's miles of walking and cycling track running through glorious Devon countryside and the South West Coastal Path all invite exploration.

Hartland (4 miles) offers sea angling riding and a golf course and both tennis and coarse fishing are available at the lodge park. The thriving village of Woolfardisworthy or Woolsery as it is known locally offers a shop/post office and pub serving food (2 miles).

 

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Hartland Forest - Hartland

 
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Just a few miles from the soaring cliffs and wide surfing beaches of the north Devon coast these privately owned lodges surrounded by a golf club (fees payable) are ideally situated to explore the county's popular coastline pretty villages and national parks.

Delightfully car free the picturesque village of Clovelly with its donkey transport and quaint cottages lining stepped cobbled lanes down to the ancient harbour is only 4 miles distant. Fabulous beaches at Westward Ho! Saunton Sands Woolacombe and the surfers' paradise of Croyde Bay are all within easy reach as are Bude a bustling holiday centre with superb surfing beaches and stunning coastal pathways around Hartland Point's 325 feet of sheer cliffs. Also an easy drive away is Bideford an attractive market town set on the banks of the Torridge estuary and boasting a harbour from where visitors can take a boat trip to the unspoilt little island of Lundy – England's only marine nature reserve and home to the largest seabird colony in the south of the country.

Further afield to the north the glories of Exmoor National Park and Lorna Doone country are a joy to explore – whether on foot on horseback or by wheeled transport. The resorts of Lynton and Lynmouth linked by a unique water powered cliff railway are a 'must see' whilst to the south there are great days out to be had amidst the rugged grandeur of Dartmoor's landscape home to the famous wild ponies and dotted with picturesque and welcoming villages.

There is plenty to see and do nearby – the Big Sheep and Milky Way are popular family attractions and Hartland Abbey RHS Rosemoor Appledore's art galleries and the new Atlantic Village are all well worth a visit whilst the justifiably world famous amazing Eden Project is about an hour's drive. Sandymouth Bay's award winning National Trust managed beach the Tarka Trail's miles of walking and cycling track running through glorious Devon countryside and the South West Coastal Path all invite exploration.

Hartland (4 miles) offers sea angling riding and a golf course and both tennis and coarse fishing are available at the lodge park. The thriving village of Woolfardisworthy or Woolsery as it is known locally offers a shop/post office and pub serving food (2 miles).

 

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Hartland Forest - Hartland

 
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Just a few miles from the soaring cliffs and wide surfing beaches of the north Devon coast these privately owned lodges surrounded by a golf club (fees payable) are ideally situated to explore the county's popular coastline pretty villages and national parks.

Delightfully car free the picturesque village of Clovelly with its donkey transport and quaint cottages lining stepped cobbled lanes down to the ancient harbour is only 4 miles distant. Fabulous beaches at Westward Ho! Saunton Sands Woolacombe and the surfers' paradise of Croyde Bay are all within easy reach as are Bude a bustling holiday centre with superb surfing beaches and stunning coastal pathways around Hartland Point's 325 feet of sheer cliffs. Also an easy drive away is Bideford an attractive market town set on the banks of the Torridge estuary and boasting a harbour from where visitors can take a boat trip to the unspoilt little island of Lundy – England's only marine nature reserve and home to the largest seabird colony in the south of the country.

Further afield to the north the glories of Exmoor National Park and Lorna Doone country are a joy to explore – whether on foot on horseback or by wheeled transport. The resorts of Lynton and Lynmouth linked by a unique water powered cliff railway are a 'must see' whilst to the south there are great days out to be had amidst the rugged grandeur of Dartmoor's landscape home to the famous wild ponies and dotted with picturesque and welcoming villages.

There is plenty to see and do nearby – the Big Sheep and Milky Way are popular family attractions and Hartland Abbey RHS Rosemoor Appledore's art galleries and the new Atlantic Village are all well worth a visit whilst the justifiably world famous amazing Eden Project is about an hour's drive. Sandymouth Bay's award winning National Trust managed beach the Tarka Trail's miles of walking and cycling track running through glorious Devon countryside and the South West Coastal Path all invite exploration.

Hartland (4 miles) offers sea angling riding and a golf course and both tennis and coarse fishing are available at the lodge park. The thriving village of Woolfardisworthy or Woolsery as it is known locally offers a shop/post office and pub serving food (2 miles).

 

 

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