The South West Coastal path runs in front of Braddicks Holiday Centre, Westward H0! North Devon. Explore the North Devon Coast amongst expanses of unspoilt sandy beach drawing you into the golden softer dunes of the expansive Taw and Torridge estuaries. Meander along disused railway lines and ancient sand paths. History surrounds you as you tread in the footsteps of hardy moorland clansmen, wreckers, smugglers and the Custom Men that chased them. Fractured headlands and reefs, jagged and menacing recall the dark smuggling and wrecking from past era’s. The path way is tranquil and unspoilt, rich with wild flowers and is a wild life sanctuary for wildlife.
Covering 101 miles from Lynmouth to the Cornish border, the North Devon section of the South West Coast Path showcases all of North Devon’s natural beauty.
Braddicks Holiday Centre enables you to walk straight on the coastal path to discover picture-perfect fishing villages, pebble-strewn coastline and dramatic cliffs and waterfalls.
Enjoy walks straight from the park...
- Westward Ho! to Clovelly – 11 miles
- Clovelly to Hartland Quay – 10 miles
- Hartland Quay to Bude – 15 miles
Click the South West Coastal Path icon to discover a full guide to walking the path.
There are so many stunning walks to enjoy in North Devon and our park is in a perfect location to enjoy breathtaking scenery and some of the most beautiful a walks right from your accommodation or within an easy drive of the park itself.
On days when you just want to relax, simply take a stroll through many of the picturesque fishing villages or seaside towns all a short distance from your accommodation.
Pet friendly accommodation is also available
Enjoy walking the South West Coastal path or a stomp on the beach as they are suitable for both you and your dog. Westward Ho! beach permits dogs at certain times of the year as do many others within our location, and there is nothing better than cosying up in our stunning pet friendly accommodation after a day exploring landscapes from rocky coastlines and sandy beaches to wild expanses and rolling green hills.