Welcome To The Mallards C L
Mr A Shire
Tel : 07955 229782
Email : email@example.com
Web Site :
Caravan and Motorhome Club
5 Outfits Only
Details : Being centrally situated between Devon's Cathedral City of Exeter and the Jurassic coastal towns, this well appointed site makes an ideal base for exploring. The Exe Estuary cycle trail is easily reached, as is the traditional thatched village pub with restaurant just a stroll away. Set on a small family run dairy farm the spacious south facing lawned pitches offers fine views with peace and tranquility, the makings for a relaxed and well deserved break.
Facilities : Electric hook available, Suitable for Caravans & Motorhomes, Grass pitches, Serviced pitches, Scenic views, Toilet, Shower, Easy access, TV reception good, Public transport nearby, Golf nearby, Fishing nearby, Shop nearby, Dogs allowed.
Open : 01 Apr - 31 Oct
Pitch Fee : from £14
We recently spent 10 nights at the Mallards. The owner provided a warm welcome on our arrival. The entrance to the site is down a very narrow lane but one in the site there is plenty of room and pitches are large. The location is perfect for visiting places of interest and easy access to Sidmouth, Exeter and the Jurassic Coast. Recommend visiting Southern Cross tearooms at Newton Poppleford for a cream tea. Amazing value for money and absolutely delicious. The weather wasn't too kind to us whilst visiting but the site was pretty well draining and wasn't too muddy. There are a ladies and gents toilet and shower though we didn't use them. A lovely time was spent at the Mallards. Would recommend.
Lovely peaceful site
Stayed here in early July. Well kept large and level pitches,peaceful ,scenic with basic but clean facilities and fresh eggs.Did try local pub Diggers Rest not the place to go if you like value for money,food pretty poor. Best cream tea ever at the Southern Cross in Newton Poppleford, a do not miss adventure. Well done Adrian, great CL.
Fairly narrow approach but directions clear and we had no problems. Pitches are in a row against the hedge with extensive views and good sized pitches. Owner very pleasant and helpful. Excellent thatched pub in village with good food and pleasant ambience. Footpaths lead direct from the site. Highly reccommended.
scenic and peaceful
What a great find ! A beautiful , scenic site on a small dairy farm. The owner was so very helpful, and friendly , even coming out to help us find the site when we arrived in the dark ! The toilets and showers were clean. It's a beautiful setting - we woke up the following morning to stunning views, lush green fields and shire horses. Perfect !
Directions : Leave M5 at junction 30 onto A3052 Sidmouth, in 1 mile turn right into Oil Mill Lane signposted Woodbury Salterton, in 1.75 mile bear right at Heathfield Cross, turn right into farm road in 300 yards.