According to Devon County Council, the number of static caravans rose steadily in the 1950’s and peaked in 1963. The emergence of package holidays abroad started a decline in numbers using guest houses but the great British Caravan holiday has continued to be a firm favourite with family’s offering them affordable adventurous and healthy breaks.
Beachside caravan holidays
Just like the first caravan “The Wonderer” you are just steps away from the blue flag awarded beach of Westward Ho! but then you can wonder in any direction along the hundreds of miles coastal paths and wonder at the diverse natural beauty from deep valleys, woodlands, rugged steep cliff drops with secret beaches, giant sand dunes, estuaries, and 2 national parks.
Family friendly holidays in idyllic location
Because North Devon has no motorways running through it, it still has that “get a way from it all feel”, and the sense of freedom to explore this stunning area at no extra costs, just like Braddicks Holiday Park, a perfect caravan holiday with no hidden costs.
Family friendly and family run Caravan Holiday park
This family run park has held on to it’s values from a day when we were less self conscious, when it didn’t matter if you wore a knotted hanky on your head, or tucked your skirt into your knickers, you didn’t care, you felt free, you were having fun.
The great British caravan culture runs through the Braddicks Holiday Park from the very beginning and for 3 generations you will find yourself in good hands, with best location next to the beach and Kipling Tor and excellent site facilities, with The Pier House at the heart of it’s family service offering luxury, top entertainment and fresh quality food served to you by professionally trained staff. The Pier House itself is a grand place and an outdoor terrace with views to take the breathe so does attract many artists and photographers.
Be sure to record your own happy caravan holiday at this quaint corner bay in North Devon, sheltered by the cliffs, with rows of colourful beach huts, a full length promenade to take in the seaside charm of Westward Ho!, set up your easel in the burrows and paint the continual waves, the kites, the stone ridge, and Lundy Island. A focus on the Atlantic horizon. A perfect picture.