We are in unprecedented times for sure. We never thought for a moment we would be forced to close our holiday park.
That said, life goes on. While the NHS and key workers do all they can to look after us all, we should remember the many things that are still ongoing. This is a time to check in with our loved ones – near and far – enjoy the beauty of nature in the first days of spring, and look on the bright side of communities rallying together and the pace of life slowing down.
With this in mind, we’ve had a think about what you can do during your self-isolation, particularly if you are a family with children.
With so much to see and do all over south Devon, we thought we would start by highlighting some of the attractions within easy walking distance of Lady’s Mile Holiday Park so you can start planning your next family holiday with us.
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There’s nowhere quite like Devon, for many reasons. For a start it’s arguably the prettiest county in England, with endless rolling hills, a ruffled blanket of green stretching to the horizon. Secondly it has some of the finest coastline to be found anywhere in the world. This is no understatement. Continue reading “Top 10 Family Beaches to visit in South Devon” »
‘The English Rivera’ enjoys warmer weather than the rest of the UK, but the green rolling fields give away that it isn’t all sunshine and rainbows. We get our fair share of rain. Luckily, there is plenty to do in all weathers. From world-renowned marine centres to adventure parks with a difference and rural petting zoos. Continue reading “Where to take the kids on a rainy day in Devon” »