Parker’s Farm Cottages and Caravans is located in Mead, Ashburton, Newton Abbot. With just 17 privately owned caravans, this makes the perfect base to enjoy the West Country. The park is set in a rural location and has lovely countryside views over Dartmoor.
In the past, the park has been used by holidaymakers who have returned time and time again. This year however, the decision has been made to turn the park into an exclusive owners park and offer the static caravans for sale. This means that caravan ownership will be possible at Parkers Farm Cottages and Caravans.
We have one used static caravan for sale and then customers are able to choose a caravan of their choice for the other pitches we have available. We are able to help customers find their dream caravan that has the features they are looking for.
One of the great advantages of Parker’s Farm Cottages and Caravans is that the park has a 12 month license period. That means you can visit the park during the winter months with no closed period. Christmas and New Year breaks can be on the cards. All of the caravans sold from new have a 15 year license period. Wi-Fi is available on park with various packages available keeping you connected at all times.
Access is granted to the owners of Parkers Farm Cottages and Caravans to use the bar and restaurant facilities at Parkers Farm Holiday Park just two minutes down the road. During the peak season entertainment is offered every evening with bingo and quiz night being a favourite. The children can look forward to meeting Wobbly Bobbly and the children’s entertainer. The play area looks inviting too for your smaller family members with a large swing, climbing frames and slides. Throughout the year there are themed events in the bar. A popular event is the Halloween party where the children dress up and join the fancy dress parade. A perfect end to Half Term.
Parker’s Farm is easily accessible with the main access via the Devon Expressway A38. With this in mind, Newton Abbot can be reached within 19 minutes, 35 minutes from Exeter and 36 minutes to Plymouth. The local towns are a little nearer with Bovey Tracey just 15 minutes away, Buckfastleigh 10 minutes, Teignmouth 30 minutes and Dartington a 13 minute journey.
There are some fantastic attractions to visit nearby, not to mention the beautiful beaches.
Plenty to do for the young and old, there is something to keep everyone entertained. Located on the River Dart, boat rides, paddle boarding and crabbing are popular activities as are the old streets lined with independent and larger shops , cafes and restaurants. It’s just 49 minutes away making this perfectly accessible for a day trip.
Just down the A38, about 18 minutes away, Haldon Forest awaits. Enjoy cycle and walking trials for different abilities and finish in the cafe for a refreshing drink and one of their homemade cakes. Those who are not afraid of heights can take part on the Go Ape Trail. Designed for adults and children alike, there is no excuse not to have go!
No trip is complete without a shopping trip to Exeter. In Exeter there are plenty of large branded shops plus plenty of smaller independent stores. Princesshay is popular with its variety of restaurants and choice of stores. Gandy Street and The City Arcade are full of interesting, independent shops. Whilst visiting Exeter, a trip to historic Exeter Cathedral is a must. Steeped in history dating back to 1112.
Amazing walks, adventure playgrounds, trails all set in the beautiful woodland.
An outdoor pool open for swimming in the summer months.
A family fun day for all of the family with over 2000 animals across 80 acres. Their mission is to conserve all species and their habitats and help to protect wildlife.
Stover Country Park is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and Local Nature Reserve.
Dartmoor is on the doorstep with limitless exploration. Fresh water swimming, walks, riding, climbing and many quaint pubs on route. There are 160 Tors on Dartmoor so will keep everyone busy trying to find them all! Letterboxing and Geocaching are all popular here.
The English Riviera is not far away with Paignton and Torquay being top choices. Oddicombe Beach is 35 minutes drive, Broadsands Beach in Paignton is 53 minutes. Dawlish White Sands is 37 minutes away. Salcombe North Sands and Bantham Beach are also popular choices.
Brixham Harbour is a must see with its large fishing fleet. One of the largest in the UK. There is a viewing platform so spectators can watch the boats come and go plus there is a fish market selling all the fresh catch.
All in all, Parker’s Farm Cottages and Caravans provides an ideal base to explore the local area which has so many new places to visit, making the most of your holidays.
For more information about the caravans for sale in South Devon, please contact us here or call 01392 271 222.