Find the best caravan hire sites in DevonIf you desire a unique holiday, Devon, England provides the perfect setting. Devons two coastlines differ greatly displaying rugged bare cliffs, white surf-washed beaches, marvelous resorts, circuitous estuaries through wooded glades, golden sunlit sand, and England s first Natural World Heritage Site: the Jurassic Coast.
The verdant area countryside boasts roads winding through rolling hills covered with field of crops forming a patchwork when viewed from higher ground. Market towns and picturesque villages open out of high-sided narrow lanes. They contain the white-washed, thatched cottages and longhouses traditionally constructed in the Devon area. With the fairy tale, wild moorlands the landscape embraces--Dartmoor to the south and Exmoor to the north--combining ruggedly breathtaking, wild heather coastlines, it is a fantastic place to visit utilizing caravans.
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On-Site Caravan Rentals
Since there is so much to see and do in and around Devon, many families choose to rent a caravan on-site as their stationary travel hub rather than having to worry about lots of camping equipment. On the Devon Cliffs a 3-bedroom caravan with the capacity for 8 people provides fantastic views and all the comforts of home. Along with central heating, there is a gas fireplace to huddle around for cozy evenings after a day out sightseeing.
The kitchen has a fridge/freezer with plenty of room and there's a microwave, oven and toast too so there's no excuse for not making toast in the morning.
Evening and early morning entertainment is available with the television and DVD player. A veranda allows visitors full enjoyment of the cliff top panorama. A parking bay, patio area, and garden chairs are provided. Rental fees are very reasonable at £310 (per week) during low season dates and £820 (per week) at high season.
Caravans located at Ladram Bay huddle travelers in the cove by the beach. Three bedroom units will house 6 people comfortably. If the blown air heating isn t enough to keep guests warm, the gas fire will surely suffice. The kitchen has electric plate heating, a fridge, microwave, and toaster. The DVD player and television entertain while the visitors relax. A parking bay, patio area, and garden chairs are additional amenities along with an alarm system for the daytime when travellers leaves the caravan empty. Children are welcome in all these units, but smoking and pets are not permitted. Rental fees begin at £300 (per week) low season and £725 (per week) high season. Some even have wood burning or log fired hot tubs as an add-on.
Morecombe Farm has caravan rentals available. The 3 bedroom units provide sleeping for six. A gas burner stove, fridge, microwave, and toaster form the kitchen appliances. A television and video player make up the entertainment area. The bath includes a shower and bathtub. The veranda, patio area, and garden chairs allow alfresco meals or just enjoyment of the scenery. Outside storage and an alarm system help keep guests equipment safe. Visitor parking is also available. Families with children are welcome. However there is no smoking, and pets must be left at home. The prices begin at £340 (per week) and range to £435 (per week) with a £50 deposit required when booking.
Morecombe's 80 acre working farm mainly raises cattle and sheep. While the family learns about the daily routine of the farm, children can enjoy time with ponies, goats, geese, ducks, and chickens. A brook meanders through the valley s bottom and an ancient wooded area filled with wildlife gives glimpses of deer. A small oak wood is perfect for young ones to explore. The farm abuts a Woodland Trust forest. From the caravan camp there is quick access to local beaches and water sports at the Salcombe Estuary. Nearby Slapton Ley Nature Reserve, Dartmoor, and Woodland Leisure Park attract many visitors. The local towns of Kingsbridge, Totnes, Dartmouth and Salcombe are of historic note and have many sites well worth visiting.
Ever thought about what happens to that caravan when its not on holiday? Caravans need to be kept securely in caravan storage facilites to make sure they don't take the full force of the British weather all year round. We make sure all our caravans are kept in stroage when not in use and also kept clean and regularly maintained.