Some things you may not know about Andrewshayes ~
Welcome To East Devon and Andrewshayes
You will find us in a beautifully unspoiled part but very accessible part of the Westcountry. Andrewshayes is in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the edge of the Blackdown Hills near Axminster in East Devon, just 6 miles from the stunning Jurassic Coast at Seaton and 8.5 miles from Lyme Regis.
The park has been developed over the past 50 years by the Lawrence family who are still onsite on a daily basis. Our friendly personal service is the hallmark of our lovely country park. With its well developed trees and landscaping, we are proud to be graded a four pennant park by the AA and have held a Gold David Bellamy Award for the past 5 years.
At Andrewshayes you can experience the best of the countryside with its traditional villages, cream teas and starry nights, but also being just 6 miles inland from the Jurassic Coast you are never far from the stunning coastline, fabulous fish and chips and a paddle in the sea. There are so many lovely places to visit and local events to experience.
We offer a full range of luxury self catering holiday homes for hire or sale (some with hot tubs) as well as camping pitches for touring caravans, motorhomes, tents and new for 2017 glamping pods.
We are committed to keeping our park looking good. Over the last few years we have invested in a new modern toilet block, refurbished the swimming pool with a new liner and a retractable cover. We have also improved the bar area and café area with new seating and ungraded the roads around the park. We have invested in solar PV panels and a heat exchanger for the swimming pool.
As well as being very proud of our park there are so many lovely places to visit near by and local events to experience. We hope that you will come and visit this very special part of the South West.
Please call us or email with any questions or to check for availability, we look forward to welcoming you to Andrewshayes. You can also follow us on Facebook or Twitter and upload your thoughts and photos of the park.