Advantages Good location, cheap
Disadvantages Not 5 star appearance but perfectly adequate
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When you arrive at Devon Valley Holiday park, you are greeted by two Devon flags at full-mast at the entrance gates. You pass a number of Chalets before reaching the main buildings, which include the reception, restaurant and pool. The other caravans and chalets are set in little cul-de-sacs, named Farm Way, Valley Way, River Way and Teign Way.
I won't lie, the reason the four of us chose this park was because as two couples all aged 19, it was very difficult for us to find accommodation anywhere else. Having a brother in the area led me to look at this holiday park to see whether they would accept us. Upon calling the booking office, they said it would be no problem, and when we arrived, though the receptionist was a bit surprised that we had been allowed to book as 19 year olds, all was well and we were able to enjoy a holiday there.
For the four of us, staying for 3 nights in a Shaldon Super caravan, it cost £130. That meant that each of us had to pay £32.50 each, meaning that in total we really only spent up to about £60 with food and local attractions included. We felt this was fantastic value, and have recommended it to our friends and families.
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