Boasting fantastic views of the glorious South Devon countryside, this delightful, family run park enjoys a beautiful natural setting just a short drive from a host of scenic beaches. With on-site facilities housed in former stables and stone farm buildings, Whitehill creates a peaceful, atmospheric base for a relaxing holiday exploring the English Riviera. Paignton, Brixham and Torquay are all easily accessible.
This park has:Outdoor heated pool and paddling poolHayloft bar and outdoor terraceHayloft Café and takeawayWi-Fi access*Shire children’s craft room*Play area with revolving climbing webToddlers play areaTable tennisEvening activitiesAmusements*Treasure nature trail*Walking and cycling trailsShopLaunderette*
Real reviews, from customers like you.
When we booked the caravan park through hoseasons we advised that we ghad no transport but were advised that there was a bus stop outside the park. However, as we arrived on good friday, no buses run on sundays or bank holidays and so had to gety a taxi at an increased fare rate due to it being a bank holiday or walk over 2 miles to or from the caravan park. The facilities were lso silly as you had to order food downstairs and then ask them to bring up to the bar. However, some people were being told that they were unable to bring it up to the bar and would have to wait for the food t be ready and take it up themselves.
Quite a nice park but a bit out of the way for a seaside holiday but good if you want to stay on the site most of the time .
Whitehill Country Park is a small, fairly quiet park with only about 60 static caravans & the rest tourers or tents. It was the perfect base for our holiday, we are not ones for just staying on site & there were lots of lovely places to go to, all within about an hours drive. However, the park does have a heated outdoor pool & a crafts room, plus nearly every day someone came from off site & offered different activities, ie climbing wall, archery, pony rides to name a few, so there are things to do if you fancy a day on site. A lovely, friendly place that i would recomend to anyone.
basic caravan but everything we needed - great location - just need free wifi
Very nice, not too busy and not too quiet.
We had a wonderful time we were very impressed with the cleanliness of the caravan and the site. There was loads to do for children and adults alike, and everything required was supplied and at a high standard.
We will be coming again next summer!!
The accommodation and facilities were very good. Our caravan was spotlessly clean and comfortable. The only complaint we have is about the WiFi that has to be paid for but was so poor that we gave up trying. We were not alone in this as we overheard other people complaining.
Lovely park, set in the countryside. Friendly staff and very clean and tidy accommodation. Great evening entertainment for the kids.
Clean swimming pool but the choice of quality food was lacking. Would definitely return.
Not quite sure that you can class this as a mini lodge when all it was ,was a caravan with cladding on the sides. The price was a bit high for what was offered, we have stayed in better caravans for less. Very disappointed that we did not have french doors which led on to decking, with only one small door at the back the heat inside was quite stifling
Lovely park we will be back next year
Everything was satisfactory, apart from having to ask the reception staff 3 times to have the fire in caravan to be fixed and nothing done !!!
Very clean site, all the staff were helpful and very good location. We will hopefully be going back in the future.
Safe, clean and excellent facilities.
Don't go here if you want peace and quiet. Ideal for families, facilities will keep them occupied. Central location for where we wanted to visit. Plenty in a 20 mile radius for families. Site was too large and noisy and kestrel lodge was right by main entrance and busy road, road noise started about 5am and went on until around 10pm. Visited on a hot weather week and had to have windows open so there was no let up from the noise. Staff appeared to park their cars on one side of the Kestrel lodge as it was so close to entrance/exit.