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The Old Rectory Caravan & Camping Park

The Old Rectory Caravan & Camping Park

England, South West, Devon, Tavistock

Tel:  
01822 832927
other:  
07823 773286
Open (touring pitches):  
All year.

Ref: UK0795

Alan Rogers Review

The Old Rectory is a neat little park where hedging provides bays to give you your own space and shelter. You can share the larger bays with friends or family. The hedging will be taken down a foot or two in the Autumn to allow more enjoyment of the panoramic views across to Dartmoor. There are just eleven touring pitches, eight with 16A electricity, 20 tent pitches, and four timber camping pods are to rent. A small toilet block has recently been extended to double the facilities. There is no reception office, you simply contact the owners by phone when you arrive.

Children will enjoy watching the miniature Shetland ponies; hopefully in the future they may be able to pull a little cart to give rides. Chickens wander in the orchard, the pedigree pigs look very contented and campers have a good supply of eggs, sausages and bacon! A three-acre field is available for rallies, events and ball games, and a secure compound provides caravan storage for up to 40 units. The market town of Tavistock on the edge of Dartmoor is just three miles away. Possible road noise from A 390 during the day.

Facilities

New fully equipped toilet block with free hot showers and facilities for disabled visitors. Washing machine and dryers. Small freezer for ice blocks. Wash bay to clean down bikes or wet suits etc. Eggs, bacon and sausages for sale. Bicycle hire arranged. Caravan storage. Camping pods to rent. Torches useful.

  • Accommodation to Rent
  • Bicycle Hire Nearby
  • Boat Launch Nearby
  • Bar Nearby
  • All Year
  • Fishing Nearby
  • Golf Nearby
  • Facilities for disabled visitors
  • Riding Nearby
  • Shop Nearby
  • Takeaway Food
  • Pets allowed

Location

Directions

From Tavistock follow A390 for Liskeard. After 3 miles turn left at Gulworthy roundabout signed Bere Alston. Site on left past school and church hall.