Family holidays are where memories are made to last a lifetime. Long sunny evening spent playing on the beach, roasting marshmallows over the campfire, that feeling of your first swim in the sea; have a look at our holiday ideas and start making some family memories.
We have a huge range of family-friendly accommodation from hotels and B&Bs where you can be waited on hand and foot, to self catering cottages, campsites and log cabins where you can be free to have the holiday you want your way when you visit Devon.
Devon holiday parks are a great way to keep the whole family occupied for your entire stay, and rest assured not only will you be in incredible rural and coastal locations, but you will have the very best amenities and facilities to make your family holiday that much easier on everyone involved. With kids clubs during the day, family entertainment from early evening until well into the night and the array of family attractions available to visit in Devon, there will always be something to see or do in the area.
If you are looking for a Devon holiday park that is a little quieter with the family, why not go back to nature in one of the many Devon holiday lodges on offer to you in the county, or stay in a Devon log cabin for a unique holiday experience for the whole family.
For something a little more homely, take a break in a Devon holiday cottage, many of our family cottages have facilities like swimming pools and play equipment to keep the youngsters entertained during your visit. Our listed cottages can sleep from 2 to 22 in some breath taking locations across the county and you can be sure you’ll have a great time on your holiday in Devon, no matter how big your family is.
For a hands-on family holiday, why not stay in a holiday cottage on a working farm? Your family can get as involved as you like with the general running, animal feeding and handling of a real working farm. Let your children feed the animals, milk the cows and take a bumpy tractor ride down the country lanes to make the most of the countryside.
Long sunny evening spent playing on the beach, roasting marshmallows over the campfire, that feeling of your first swim in the sea
To complete your holiday spend evening meals in some of the many local restaurants and pubs which are all child-friendly. Many of which have special children’s menu to accommodate the fussy eaters in the group. They normally will have an earlier seating for dinner too so you can get them tucked up in bed ready for the next day’s adventure whilst you enjoy a glass of wine, or two, sat in the fresh country air with a good book.