Static Caravans for sale in Westward Ho! & Bideford
Looking for a holiday home in Westward Ho! or Bideford?
Miles of golden sand in North Devon, with Atlantic surf.
Below you’ll find some of the best parks, with static caravans in Westward Ho! and Bideford.
Static caravans for sale in Westward Ho! and Bideford
Buying a holiday home at Westward Ho!
The author Charles Kingsley lived in Bideford. His book Westward Ho! was so popular it led to a massive influx of tourism to the area, and ultimately the creation of the new sea side village with the same name as his book. Westward Ho! The only town in the UK with an exclamation mark in its name.
Westward Ho! seafront is one of the most popular for swimming and surfing in North Devon. You’ll find a combination of a long wide sandy beach, with pebbles. It offers the perfect spot if you love the beach or the sea. You’ll find plenty of room to picnic on the flat sand or go exploring the rock pools.
Like the vast majority of the North Devon coastline, Westward Ho! is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Westward Ho! is a blue flag beach. The Blue Flag beach award is the gold standard for beaches. Awarded by the Foundation for Environmental Education, the Blue Flag is internationally recognised.
When a beach gets a Blue Flag award it means the beach is certified based on:
- Environmental Education and Information
- Water Quality Second
- Environmental Management
- Safety and Services
During the summer, there are life guards stationed along most of the coast.
The North Devon costline is one of the best placing the UK for water sports. The currents, weather and temperature make Westward Ho! very popular with surfers, bodyboarders, kayakers, paddle boarders, kite boarders and more.
There are many local surfing businesses based in Bideford and Westward Ho!
Large parts of the beach at Westward Ho! allow dogs all year round. But there are still enough sections closest to the town where dogs are not allowed in the summer to avoid conflicts.
You’ll find signs along the whole beach clearly detailing which parts of the beach are open to dogs and of course
While the village is well known for its beach, it is surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes including cliffs, fields and an estuary. If you want to get out and about and explore, you’ll find plenty of trails leading all across the village and towards the neighbouring towns and villages such as Bideford.
Set on a hillside overlooking the bay it takes its name from, the Bideford Bay holiday park has spectacular views out towards Lundy Island and is 15 minutes drive from the closest beach.
Local beaches include surfing hotspots Westward Ho!, Saunton, Croyde and Woolacombe, all within a short drive.
Bideford Bay Holiday Park is part of the Parkdean Resorts group and as such is an NCC approved member.