Just a few miles from the stretch of Torbay that makes up the English Riviera, Byslades is close enough to be handy to all the excitement and attractions that Paignton, Torquay and Brixham have to offer, yet far enough away to be quiet and restful.
Byslades has 200 pitches over half of which have electric hook-ups and is located in a valley with beautiful views sweeping over the fields in the distance. The touring pitches are terraced and level, a mix of grass and hard standings some with a water supply.
Byslades has something for everyone. There is table tennis and pool tables, a children's playground, a playing field with goal post for the children and crazy golf and tennis for the whole family. We have a heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room and fully equipped gymnasium (there are moderate charges for using these facilities).
Not keen on cooking on holiday? Then visit the Blagdon Inn our 15th century pub on site. Meals are available here lunchtimes and evenings 7 days a week and they have a takeaway service.
We have a small shop on site offering all the basic essentials plus more.
Beautiful Devon countryside views.
Close to golden sandy beaches of the English Riviera.
Level extra large pitches available
plenty of room
Disabled Facilities: There are disabled facilities.
General Facilities Include: cafe / restaurant, shop, bar, chemical toilet disposal facilities, gas refills, electric hookups, toilets, showers, laundry facilities, children's play area, indoor pool
Pets are welcome.
From M5 Exeter:
Follow M5 from Exeter, when road splits take A380 to Torquay/Paignton. At Penn Inn roundabout (Newton Abbot) go straight on towards Torquay. At next roundabout take second exit onto Hamelin Way. Continue until traffic lights where you can turn right to join A385 to Totnes. Carry on through Collaton St Mary and the entrance to Byslades is located on the right just pats Devon Hills Holiday Park.
From A38 Plymouth:
Take A385 to Totnes. From Totnes take A385 to Paignton. After approximately 3 miles you will find entrance to Byslades on left, before entering Collaton St Mary.