Self-Catering in Woolacombe
About this Holiday Park
The company continues to invest and expand its facilities year-on-year and is delighted to announce the addition of a new £2.5 million family ‘all weather’ entertainment centre.
With its Edwardian manor house and situated on a sleepy Devon lane that meanders down to Mortehoe village, Twitchen House is an ideal haven for a leisurely holiday.
Set in acres of picturesque woodland, you can easily walk down to the beach through the beautiful countryside or you’ll find loads of fun facilities on Park for all ages like pools and sports, bars and playgrounds.
Why choose this Park?
• Leisurely medium size Park
• Nestled in acres of woodland
• Fun filled indoor pool complex
• Edwardian manor house setting
• The best of coast and countryside
The impressive indoor pool complex is a hit with all ages, especially the little ones as it boasts its own toddler pool.
Head over to the big outdoor pool with water slide and sun terrace or if you’re looking for relaxation then the sauna and steam room is just for you.
You’ll find a full programme of professional cabaret and entertainment every night and fun kids clubs during the day.
In the sports bar there’s a great friendly atmosphere and it’s the perfect venue for watching live sports action or enjoying a game of pool or darts.
Twitchen House is perfect for ‘outdoorsy’ types with plenty of sports action.
Brave the 24ft climbing wall, cast out at the fishing pond or head over to the crazy golf - free clubs, free balls, free to play... it’s crazy!
This pretty Park is surrounded by miles of National Trust parkland situated close to three miles of golden sand, even with its own footpath down to the sea.
Offering fabulous country and coastal walks, no wonder this Park is so popular with families and couples.
• Entertainment & Star Cabaret nightly
• Indoor & Outdoor Heated Pools
• Paddling Pool, Flume and NEW Splash Pad
• Daytime Family Entertainment
• Restaurant, Takeaway and 2 Bars
• Clubs for Tots, Kids and Teens
• Sauna and Steam Room
• Amusement Arcade
• NEW Adventure Playground & Golf
• Climbing Wall, WaterWalkerz & Seadoos
• Bungee Trampoline and Run
• NEW Kiddy Karts
• Surf School with Lessons
• Footpath to the Sea
• Coastal & Countryside Walks
• Plus so much more........
Try our Sports Complex with surfing simulator, high ropes course, climbing wall, adventure play areas and more! Sports complex is located at our sister Park the Golden Coast Holiday Village a short distance away.
4 parks for the price of 1....when you stay at one of our Holiday Villages you’re free to use the facilities on all four only minutes away. There is also bus service between the Parks and down to the beach.
Offers stunning sea views, a wide choice of holiday accommodation, superb touring/camping pitches and wonderful leisure facilities and activities.
M5 to J27 then A361 to Ilfracombe, at Mullacot roundabout take 1st exit to Woolacombe then follow signs to Mortehoe.
Bookings & Prices
Caravan Holiday Home Hire from £109.00 to £829.00 per week.
Camping and Touring pitches from £12.00 to £67.00 per night.
Cot hire: £12.00 per break. Bed Guards: £3 per break. Please note these must be pre-booked.
For full price information, please contact the park operator direct.
Caravans for hire: 253
Camping and Touring Pitches: 337
Near by attractions.
The Big Sheep, Wildlife & Dinosaur Park, Exmoor Zoo, Milky Way, Watermouth Castle, Museum of British Surfing, Dartington Crystal, Quince Honey Farm, Barnstaple Pannier Market, Morte Point, Ilfracombe Harbour, Clovelly, Lundy Island and much more!
0-4 Betty’s Buddy Club (parent supervision needed)
5-9 Billy’s Beachball Club (parental supervision needed)
10-15+ Extreme Teen Club (no parental supervision required)
We do not have a babysitting service available.
Approximately 1 mile from Woolacombe’s village; 6 miles from the nearest town, Ilfracombe.
Nearest Train Station: Barnstaple, 12 miles. Transfer needed from Exeter St David’s onto the Barnstaple train line.
Noteworthy information: Woolacombe is a rural area; although there are bus services they do not run in the evening. Having your own transport is recommended, however there are local taxi services available. There is a National Trust footpath down to Woolacombe’s village and the beach, this can be muddy after periods of rain and takes approximately 25 minutes; walking back takes a little bit longer as there is an uphill section.
Months Open: April to November
Nearest Major Town: Ilfracombe
Distance: 6 miles
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