Stoneleigh Holiday Park
- Dog friendly holiday homes in Devon
- Lovely S/C cottages overlooking the sea
- Near to Sidmouth on the Jurassic Coast
- Excellent dog walks nearby
- Family friendly site
- Large choice of unique cottages
Stoneleigh Holiday & Leisure Village - Dog Friendly Accommodation in Devon
Devon Holiday Park near to Sidmouth in East Devon, the self catering accommodation at Stoneleigh Village provides holidays in the heart of East Devon, on the Jurassic Coast.
Stoneleigh Holiday Park is a small holiday village comprising 70 brick and tiled cottages offering self catering accommodation. Each cottage is unique and offers a high standard of comfort. Set in an eco-friendly grass and hedgerow environment, there is plenty of space to relax or have picnics overlooking the sea at Weston Mouth.
A steep path through scenic National Trust land leads to the secluded Weston Mouth beach. The famous Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary is next door, with a superb restaurant serving food and drinks. Many of our bungalows allow you to bring your family dog on holiday (excellent dog walks around the Donkey Sanctuary ).
Sidmouth is a Regency town, flanked by red sandstone cliffs, as befits a seaside town on the Jurassic Coast. The beach is south facing, which at low tide gives way to sand. You can choose between 2 beaches, in front of the town promenade or a short walk beyond Jacobs Ladder to the West. If you climb the steps at Jacobs Ladder you can relax in the Connaught Gardens, and have a coffee and cake at the restaurant. Sidmouth is also great for shopping and is very popular with locals for it's range of independent shops.
In accordance with the policy of East Devon District Council, Stoneleigh promotes recycling, with facilities for plastic, tins, bottles and paper located throughout the holiday site. We encourage all guests to recycle as much waste as possible.
Stoneleigh is set within an area of outstanding natural beauty, and overlooks the sea at Weston Coombe. Just down the road is the lovely regency town of Sidmouth, boasting a beach amongst the cleanest in Britain.
The coastline from Sidmouth to the quaint fishing village of Beer is owned by the National Trust, and this includes the picturesque village of Branscombe, which has a working water mill and forge, not to mention its own brewery! Set on the beach at Branscombe is the thatched Sea Shanty restaurant which is owned and run by The National Trust..
There are a myriad of footpaths around Stoneleigh encompassing heathland, wooded coombes, cliffs and beaches. You can walk to the shingle beach from Stoneleigh, less than a mile away. Lyme Bay is now known as the Jurassic Coast due to the dinosaur fossils found at Lyme Regis which in turn has lead to the coastline becoming a World Heritage Site, as well as being recognised in the UK as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
“The country site contains about 70 brick & tile built units ( cottages / apartments / flats ? ) . Some of the holiday lets are dog-friendly. The area has many fields / paths that are suitable for dog walking...We took ours down to the shingle / pebble beach for a swim. Love the area...”
“We have just returned after a few days walking our dogs. You can take dogs round the Donkey Sanctuary, and into the restaurant which was wonderful. The beaches all allowed dogs which meant we could enjoy the sands at Exmouth and Sidmouth.”
- Barbara Rogers