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The stunning setting of these villas makes them ideal for couples and families with pets. With a fenced dog exercise area that is located close by for your convenience and with easy access to dog-friendly walks, they will be your number one choice for pet-friendly accommodation.
These premier villas are open all year round and offer open plan living with a modern kitchen and bathroom with the addition of a double sofa bed in the lounge. The villas feature a master bedroom, a second bedroom complete with bunk beds. Open plan living, basic kitchen facilities and bathrooms, equipped with a bath, ensure a comfortable stay with us.
These villas have been specially chosen as pet-friendly as the location offers easy access to Westward Ho! beach, the South West Coastal Path and the perfect dog exercise area with plenty of grass for them to stretch their legs.
Braddicks Holiday Centre is the perfect choice for pet holidays in North Devon due to the stunning coastal and countryside location making it ideal for dog walking.
Weekly Tariff 2017
|Sept 9th – Oct 14th||£282|
|Oct 28th – Dec 9th||£302|
|Dec 16th – Jan 6th 2018||£319|
Short Breaks 2017
|Sept 1st – Sept 15th||£190|
|Sept 18th – Oct 16th||£157|
|Oct 20th – Oct 27th||£217|
|Oct 30th – Dec 15th||£174|
|Dec 18th – Jan 5th 2018||£187|
Please note there is an additional charge of £30.00 per week/short break for your pet to stay at Braddicks Holiday Centre, with a maximum of two dogs per holiday home. Please let us know that you are bringing your pet with you at the time of booking.
For the safety and comfort of all our guests on the park please note the following:
We are unable to accept the following breeds of dogs at Braddicks Holiday Centre:
Please note: If we think your pet is causing a nuisance on the holiday park or has caused any damage, for the safety and comfort of all our guests you will be required to remove it from the park. The same applies if your dog is out of control and/or showing any signs of aggression