Welcome to Andrewshayes Holiday Park East Devon
Staying at Andrewshayes you can enjoy the best of coast and countryside
Wake up to views of rolling hills and beautiful trees. Enjoy a day out exploring local market towns, gorgeous Devon villages and local attractions. Or head for the stunning Jurassic Coast. Andrewshayes is just 20 minutes drive from the seaside towns of Seaton, Lyme Regis and Charmouth (famous for it’s fossils) as well as many stunning coast path walks.
At the end of the day cool off in the park’s large free swimming pool, unwind and relax.
Andrewshayes Holiday Park is in a beautifully unspoilt but very accessible part of the Westcountry, in an official area of outstanding natural beauty on the edge of the Blackdown Hills near Axminster in East Devon.
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This new development of lodge style holiday homes is set in stunning East Devon Countryside.
Make your own Happy Memories in Devon
As a family run business, we really care about making your holiday a great one. Whether it’s just a few days escape for a weekend with a private hot tub or a two week camping holiday. We want you to return home and tell your friends and family about us for all the right reasons.
In these uncertain times, we aim to look after our customers in the way we would want to be. If you book direct with us, book with confidence that you can change dates or receive a refund if you are unable to travel due to Covid -19. Check our booking guarantee here.
On arrival personal service and a friendly welcoming team are the heart of our business. Ask our team for recommendations for days out, places to eat and the best places for walking. Our well-stocked information room will also help you plan your time in East Devon.
Enjoy our Private Woodland Walk
In the heart of the stunning East Devon countryside, you can enjoy a beautiful walk amongst the trees in a private woodland at Andrewshayes, our family holiday park.
The area was planted with native trees and shrubs by owner Harry Lawrence in 2004. Grass mown paths lead around the woods and into a peaceful open space in the middle of the woodland.
Walk safely on your own, with your family or bring your dog along for a relaxing stroll to take in the beauty of nature, whatever the season.