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Hennock Hideaways, Newton Abbot



Tents accepted x30
£10

Byelanes
Hennock
Newton Abbot
Devon
TQ13 9QD

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Our Post Code is TQ13 9QD our website has directions for you under "How to get here"
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Nestled above the Teign Valley, with a stunning view, located in Dartmoor National Park
We maybe new to the camping world but we're certainly not newbies to the countryside. With a young family ourselves, we could think of nothing better than opening our field for those that want to stay somewhere, with a breathtaking view that stretches to Haldon Forest across the Teign Valley.

We are no longer a working farm but an up and coming smallholding. with three generations living here (including our dear Dad who, if you are lucky enough to meet is as Devonian as they come) We are always on site busy with the chores of countrylife.
We offer basic facilities, i.e. a field and Devon's finest Tap Water. A few handy extras, like free cups of tea in our "Tea Shed" with a stunning view and adding more all the time, all within a two minute walk of the Palk Arms.

We welcome feral children that wish to run off some steam with laps around the field. Their well behaved owners would also be welcome along with livestock friendly dogs. Checkout the FAQ page for extra information about facilities.


Things to do

Well apart from being a two minute walk from The Palk Arms - Amazing Ales, Food and atmosphere, family friendly, with real locals.

There is the local park in the heart of Hennock village and the amazing Reservoirs (three of them) within a mile or two one of which is a premier trout fly fishery, Pike fishing is also available and boat hire.

2 miles away is Bovey Tracey a model National Park town with a few quaint shops, food shops, a few more pubs, take-aways and a craft centre along with a lovely park that you can walk the river Teign by.

Dartmoor, if you love good walk and the bootiful moors, there is letterboxing and tor to tor walks, the Dartmoor Ponies are also adorable.

Finlake a local holiday resort offers day passes for all their activities including an onsite indoor swimming pool. (10 minute drive away)

Cannonteign Falls (5 minute drive) Home to Englandís highest manmade waterfall, Canonteign Falls is a magnificent example of a Victorian folly set in a magical natural paradise. The waterfalls themselves descend for over 70m making this one of the most breathtaking attractions in Devon and providing a wonderful day out for all the family.

For the golfer, Beginner or Pro, Teign Valley Golf Club is also a ten minute drive. Teign Valley Championship Golf Course is set in beautiful countryside on the edge of Dartmoor National Park situated just minutes from the A38 offering easy access to Exeter and Newton Abbot. The 18 hole course at just over 6000 yards (par 70) is fast-draining and provides excellent all year round playability. Designed to challenge the talented, yet not too daunting for the beginner, the course takes advantage of natural features including ponds, streams and mature trees, making it a varied and interesting test of golf.

Although we are only two miles from the A38 (Devon Expressway) and a few miles from Dartmoor, the coast is only 7 miles away at Teignmouth, a usual sea-side town and from there you can follow the coast to Torbay and the English Riviera all the way to Brixham where our own Day Boat Fishing Trawler works from.

More days out locally come Rain or Shine for all sorts of tastes



Toilets Toilets
Showers Showers
Chemical toilet disposal point Chemical toilet disposal point
Onsite shop Onsite shop
Pets welcome Pets welcome
Local taxi's Local taxi's
Local shops Local shops
Local pubs Local pub
Tarriff
£10 Non electric pitch / 4 People
£3.5 Extra adult
£2.5 Extra child
£2 Extra car


Contact : Kate Dobson
01626832362 or 07540381729

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5/5 5/5
We went in a group of couple of campers and a tent and had a great time. Plenty of space for kids to run about. Cracking view with a pub in spitting distance. Friendly owners. Honesty shop for basics like charcoal, milk, bacon etc. Good simple amenities. Only downside is we should have stayed an extra night as it was bank holiday. Will we go again? Definitely! Thank you



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Tea Shed
Tea Shed
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Scenery
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View from the main entrance
View from the main entrance
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Shower Block
Shower Block
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Birds Eye view
Birds Eye view
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Small campfires welcome off the ground
Small campfires welcome off the ground
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Bell Tent
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Inside fully furnished bell tent
Inside fully furnished bell tent

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