Our delightful, award winning, family run Park is set in 12 acres amongst the green rolling hills and hedgerows of South Devon
Holmans Wood Holiday Park offers the following holiday accommodation:
offers the following facilities.
- Touring Caravan Pitches
- Camping pitches and/or ready pitched tents
Children's Play Area
If you are looking to book a family holiday then Holmans Wood Holiday Park could be the perfect answer. Holmans Wood Holiday Park has a children's play area which is ideal for kids to burn off excess energy and make friends with the other children enjoying their Devon holiday.
If you are booking a longer holiday at Holmans Wood Holiday Park then it's still possible to pack light. The on park launderette will help you make the most of the clothes you have packed.
If you enjoy a game of tennis with friends, your partner or your family then the tennis courts located at Holmans Wood Holiday Park or near by could be ideal for an enjoyable game of Tennis.
There is a public telephone available at Holmans Wood Holiday Park. Please note that the public pay phone may be located inside or outside and therefore access to it may not be available 24 hours a day.
Facilities for Campers at Holmans Wood Holiday Park.The following facilites will be of particular interest to tent based campers and those using a touring caravan
Washing up facilities
There are washing up facilities at Holmans Wood Holiday Park so there is no need to fetch and carry water back to your tent or touring caravan for washing up.
Toilets and Showers
There are toilets and shower facilities at Holmans Wood Holiday Park Essential for most tent based campers and certainly an added advantage for touring caravanners.
Other facilities and features include:
Horse Riding on the park or near the park
Accommodation & Prices
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