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Enjoy peace and tranquillity in a secluded cabin in South Devon, in a beautiful wooded valley. Explore the stunning coastal and countryside walks and take in the abundance of wildlife from your doorstep- from birds and badgers to squirrels.

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Rooms: 55 one bedroom & two bedroom cabins.

Self-catering per week ranges from £265 to £400 for 2 people (1-bedroom cabin) & from £345 to £895 for 4-6 people (2-bedroom cabin). Short Breaks also available.

Meals: Pub 1 mile.
Open: 15 March to 15 January.
Address: Churchwood Valley, Wembury, Nr Plymouth, South Devon, PL9 0DZ

Why we've chosen Churchwood Valley Holiday Park

Churchwood Valley is a haven of peace in an environmental paradise. Set in a breathtaking wooded valley, a short walk from Wembury Beach and the South West Coastal Path, we have 55 comfortable timber cabins and lodges, each with its own secluded patio. Wildlife abounds and the walks are stunning. Pets are also welcome. We constantly strive to be as environmentally friendly as possible and we are happy to say we have won the David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation for 15 consecutive years.

All cabins and lodges are well-equipped with modern appliances: all cabins have TVs and microwaves, some are equipped with TV/VCR combinations and there are washing machines and dishwashers in the larger cabins. Central heating is installed and electricity is included in the hire charge. We also provide a Park Shop and a launderette and barbecues are available.

Nearby Wembury Beach is within a marine conservation area and in summer months wardens lead “rockpool rambles” along the foreshore. The beach is popular with surfers while adjoining headlands and beaches provide a strong attraction for anglers. There are horse riding stables on the park while in nearby Plymouth and at the Mount Batten Centre a wide range of water sports are on offer. With picturesque coastal towns, historic buildings and gardens to Dartmoor, there is plenty to see including the Eden Project that is accessible by train and bus.

How does Churchwood Valley Holiday Park minimise its impact on the environment and contribute to a sense of place?

The Holiday Park closely monitors its use of energy and other utilities in order to continually improve on its energy consumption. Most of the buildings are clad with timber grown on site, while the sweet shestnut found in the woodland has been used for cladding, fencing, signs and external furniture. They have also insulated the accommodations, as well as provising well rated appliances. Recycling includes plastic bottles, film, steel and aluminium cans, paper and card, as well as green waste, compost and tree and shrub trimmings (used in hanging baskets and elsewhere on site).

In terms of water consumption, there is rigid monitoring of water meters, as well as rainwater harvesting for watering plants and cleaning windows. Water saving cisterns have been fitted and all clening supplies are environmentally friendly. The site's shop sells a range of products including meat, paintings, photographs and wooden artifacts made by locals. By using wood sourced from their own sustainable forests, Churchwood help to preserve this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, only a short distance from picturesque Wembury Bay.


Top eco features at Churchwood Valley

  • Uses water saving cisterns, plus collects rainwater to water plants & keep windows clean

  • Recycles & uses green waste for the compost tree & hanging baskets

  • Sells locally produced meat & paintings, photographs & wooden artefacts by local artists

  • Most of the buildings are clad in timber grown on site

  • Green Tourism Business Scheme award winners



Churchwood Valley Holiday Park, South Devon, England
Nearest train station: Plymouth Railway Station. Bretonside Bus & Coach Station.

Directions from station:
Recommend guests contact us for local Taxi phone number. Bus Stop for No 48 to Wembury is about 20 minutes walk from the Railway Station.

Plan your journey by train

Buy rail tickets online and then collect them at any main station.
Bookings usually open 10-12 weeks before your date of travel.