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338 campsites in England, South West

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Langstone Manor Holiday Park

Situated on the southwest edge of Dartmoor, this holiday park has been developed in the grounds of the old Langstone Manor house. The touring pitches...

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Parkland Caravan and Camping Site

Parkland is in an area of outstanding natural beauty and is perfectly situated for exploring all that the stunning South Hams area of South Devon...

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Greenacres Camping

Greenacres is a rural site in the Somerset countryside for tents, trailer tents and small motorhomes only. Hidden away below the Mendips and almost at...

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River Dart Country Park

River Dart Country Park is an award-winning campsite on the southeastern edge of Dartmoor National Park. With excellent camping facilities and generously-sized pitches, it is...

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Polmanter Touring Park

A popular and attractively developed park, Polmanter is located high up at the back of Saint Ives with wonderful sea and countryside views. The Osborne...

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Mill Park

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2023, 2022, 2021, 2020

Mill Park is a small family-run sheltered touring caravan and camping site set in an attractive wooded valley on the North Devon Coast. It has...

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Steamer Quay Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

Steamer Quay Caravan and Motorhome Club site is a pleasantly quiet, green and spacious holiday getaway, with serene pastoral views. It is just a short...

Ilfracombe Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

Ilfracombe Caravan and Motorhome Club site can be found in an elevated position, three miles inland from Ilfracombe and the North Devon coast. This site...

Minehead Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

Set on a small hillside, Minehead Caravan and Motorhome Club site is spread across several flat areas, all of which are attractively screened from the...

St. Agnes Beacon Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

Situated at the foot of the Beacon, the peaceful St Agnes Beacon Caravan and Motorhome Club site offers unforgettable panoramic views of the Cornish coastline...

Wilksworth Caravan Park

Wilksworth Caravan Park is a spacious, quiet park, well suited for families, with a heated outdoor pool which has been totally refurbished in a beautiful...

Bridport Bingham Grange Caravan and Motorhome Club site

Bridport Bingham Grange was acquired by the Caravan and Motorhome Club in 2018 and was scheduled for redevelopment early 2020. However the long Coronavirus lockdown...

Tencreek Holiday Park

Situated within walking distance of Cornwall’s beautiful south coast, Tencreek is a family-owned campsite with a friendly welcome that rightly justifies its description as a...

Forest Glade Holiday Park

Forest Glade, immaculately managed and owned and run by the Wellard family, is set in a forest clearing on the Blackdown Hills (designated an Area...

Hedley Wood Holiday Park

Hedley Wood is set in beautiful, wooded surrounds, close to the border with Cornwall. It is perfect for couples or families looking for a quiet...

Back of Beyond Touring Park

Victoria, Martin and Family and their team of rangers offer a very warm welcome, and you can see this site is not just a family...

Trevella Holiday Park

Trevella has a longer season than most parks and is one of the best known and respected of the Cornish parks. It has many colourful...

East Fleet Farm Touring Park

East Fleet Farm has a marvellous situation on part level, part gently sloping meadows leading to the shores of the Fleet, with views across to...

Treamble Valley Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

Treamble Valley Caravan and Motorhome Club site is a 36-acre woodland park set in an undulating valley. With sea views, charming pitching enclaves, a secluded...

Merrose Farm Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

Merrose Farm Caravan and Motorhome Club site is a 14-acre site with 177 touring pitches (some seasonal) including 73 hardstanding. It consists of five areas...

South West England

South West England is a diverse region of beautiful sandy beaches, steep craggy cliffs, desolate moors and rolling green hills. Home of clotted cream teas, it also boasts a range of historical and modern attractions, including the celebrated Eden Project.

The south-west comprises: Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Bath, Bristol, South Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Dorset.

What to see in South West England


The West Country is a region of contrasts, with windswept moorlands and dramatic cliffs towering above beautiful sandy beaches. Its bustling cities are a fascinating mix of history and contemporary culture.

With its dramatic cliffs, pounded by the Atlantic Ocean, and beautiful coastline boasting warm waters, soft sandy beaches and small seaside towns, Cornwall is one of England's most popular holiday destinations. The coast is also a surfers’ paradise, while inland, the wild and rugged Bodmin Moor dominates the landscape. 

In Devon, the Dartmoor National Park has sweeping moorland and granite tors where wild ponies roam freely. Much of the countryside is gentle rolling green fields dotted with pretty thatched cottages. The coastline around Torbay is known as the English Riviera, which, due to its temperate climate, allows palm trees to grow. 

Stretching across East Devon and West Dorset is the fossil-ridden Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site. West Dorset is also home to Lyme Regis and Weymouth, which comes alive in summer when regular entertainment, including a carnival and fireworks, is held along the seafront. 

Famous for its cider and cheese, Somerset is good walking country, with the Exmoor National Park, which also straddles Devon. Wiltshire's natural attractions include the Marlborough Downs, Savernake Forest and the River Avon. It also boasts one of the most famous prehistoric sites in the world, the ancient stone circles of Stonehenge.

Places of interest

Places of interest

Pultney Bridge
Pultney Bridge - Bath
  • Bath: Roman and modern spas; Fashion Museum housing costumes from the 16th century. Bath Abbey with 212 steps to the top of the tower.
  • Bristol: Brunel’s Clifton Suspension bridge; St Nicholas Market and the old city; vibrant harbourside area with bars, restaurants and cultural events.
  • Cornwall: historic Tintagel Castle, reputed birthplace of King Arthur; Tate Gallery, St Ives; Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden.
  • Devon: Exeter Cathedral; World Heritage Jurassic Coast; the granite rocks of Dartmoor; pretty harbours at Clovelly and Ilfracombe.
  • Dorset: Monkey World near Wareham; the village of Cerne Abbas, with Cerne Giant. Dorchester, home of Thomas Hardy.
  • Somerset: Weston-Super-Mare; Wells Cathedral; Glastonbury; Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole caves.
  • Wiltshire: Longleat stately home and safari park; Stourhead House and gardens; the historic market town of Devizes.
Did you know?

Did you know?

  • Longleat pioneered the first drive-through safari park outside of Africa in 1966.
  • Silbury Hill dates back to around 2,400 BC and is the largest Neolithic mound of its kind in Europe.
  • Cornwall has over 300 beaches, including Fistral Beach, a magnet for surfers and the largest in Cornwall.
  • Pultney Bridge in Bath is one of only a few bridges in the world with shops built into it.
  • Avebury houses the largest stone circle in Europe, believed to be 4,500 years old.