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Beverley Holidays is a family run holiday park in Paignton, South Devon. Comprising of four award winning parks of Beverley Park, Ashvale Park Meadowside Lodges and Whitehill Park. Beverley Holidays offers a great choice of excellent self catering accommodation including caravans, touring pitches, camping and luxury holiday lodges.
With three generations of experience, we pride ourselves on providing a wonderful Devon holiday for our guests who come back year after year! Based on the English Riviera in Devon, our holiday parks are only a short distance from the many glorious beaches and local attractions.
Across each holiday park, you will find lots to see and do, including a heated indoor and outdoor swimming pool, kids zone, adventure playground, leisure spa, tennis courts and children’s play areas. You will also be guaranteed great entertainment.Beverley Holidays is the perfect choice for a great family holiday in South Devon.
By Nina Blanchard
Our Classic, Comfort, Superior and Premium holiday caravans serve a range of needs and vary from a one bedroom caravan for two people, up to a three bedroom for six people.
Plus, perfect for just one night or a short break, our Caravan Express has no minimum nights stay.
The Driftwood wheelchair accessible caravan on Beverley Park and the Sunflower wheelchair accessible caravan on Ashvale both come with an extra wide door in the double bedroom and one twin bedroom. Both caravans are accessible by ramps and have their own allocated parking. Please ask for further details to ensure your requirements are met.
All of our holiday caravans come fully furnished and are equipped with a cooker, fridge, microwave, crockery, cutlery and utensils.
With en suite shower room off the master bedroom, all our lodges come complete with duvets and bed linen, the beds readymade, and sleep up to six people across three bedrooms. They are provided with all your home comforts, including a microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer, toaster and iron.
Double glazing and heating throughout all our lodges provide a cosy and luxurious atmosphere, ideal for those winter breaks. Close the door, put your feet up and relax in a world of your own. Unwind on your personal sundeck or tune into the television with digital freeview or DVD player provided in the lounge. At night, sleep well in the king-size master bed.
Our Premium Lodges also come with a new style kitchen with integrated appliances, coffee machine, alarm clock, toiletry pack and hairdryer.
Touring and Camping
We welcome guests with Touring Caravans, Motor Caravans, Tents, Trailer Tents and Folding Campers with a choice of either grass or hardstanding. We offer non-electric, electric and service pitches with mains water connection and drainage.
You will find a high level of well presented and maintained amenities with free hot water and hair dryers. Our heated shower, toilet, dish washing and disabled facilities are available throughout the park.
With wonderful sea views, Beverley Park is a superb unique location for you to enjoy all year round.
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Things to do in the area
Babbacombe Model Village Visit this famous Torquay attraction to take time out from the hustle and bustle of every day life and feel on top of the world as you see it recreated in miniature.
Famous stunning Sandy Beaches
Becky falls Come and see for yourself why Becky Falls was voted Devon’s Top Beauty Spot and was chosen as one of the World Wildlife Fund’s Incredible Family Days Out. A great hands on Pets Corner for the kids and adults alike.
Paignton Zoo Paignton Zoo was founded by Herbert Whitley, a shy, eccentric, millionaire, and was opened to the public in 1923. Torbay Zoological Gardens, as it was known, included monkeys, bison, zebras, baboons and many birds. Entry was one shilling for adults and sixpence for children. From the earliest times education, conservation and botanical themes were important.