With over 70 years experience in all things camping, caravanning and holiday home related, Ladram Bay know a thing or two about what makes our holiday park accommodation special. However this week we thought we’d take a step back and ask a higher authority about what goes into making a holiday home and where better to start than the source – a holiday home manufacturer. Continue reading “Your Definitive Guide to Static Lodges” »
As the perfect curtain closer for 2014 the Ladram Bay team headed up to Celtic Manor near Cardiff and were extremely proud to collect the regional Hoseasons Diamond Award for Family Fun – for a 4th consecutive year!
This award is voted for by customers and recognises exceptional quality and outstanding customer service, a great reflection for all hard work and dedication shown by all staff this season! Continue reading “2014 Hoseasons Diamond Award for Family Fun” »
Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2014, Crealy Great Adventure Park is an award winning family attraction set in 100 acres of glorious Devon Countryside just 20 minutes drive from Ladram Bay.
The family run park is open from 10am – 5pm every day there is plenty to see and do whatever the weather with over 60 rides and attractions and a 75,000sq ft indoor play area. Continue reading “Day Trips: Crealy Adventure Park” »
When the 2014 season now over, the task of clearing out your beloved caravan can feel like the last thing you want to do. However, by following these simple steps you will have a pitch perfect portable home ready to go for when the weather warms up again in 2015. Continue reading “A Guide to Caravan Winter Maintenance” »
When on holiday, creating a Bolognese early into your trip is a prudent move. This dish is filling, uses few utensils, is healthy, can be quickly reheated and portion sizes are easily scalable.
Ladram have put together a super simple spaghetti Bolognese recipe to get you started. Continue reading “Holiday Cooking Guide: Simple Spaghetti Bolognese” »
Cycling, be it as a tourist or local, gives you a totally different way of interacting with your surroundings, getting fit and embracing the great outdoors.
Over the past few years, extensive work to the National Cycle Network 2 (NCN 2) has created a network of cycle paths which, once finished, will stretch from Dover to St. Austell. All this means there has never been a better time to take up cycling. Continue reading “Cycle Routes of East Devon” »
Camping for the first time can seem like a daunting prospect but it needn’t be. All you need to do is be prepared! The following guide will help you get the best out of your trip.
If you’re new to camping you may be borrowing a tent, make sure you have all of the pieces if this is the case! Being short of pegs can be easily fixed, missing the inner lining not so much!
Devon has natural beauty and coastlines in abundance, the biggest dilemma when walking is choosing which route to embark upon. The majority of coastal walking in the southwest centres around the South West Coastal Path that stretches 1,013 km from Minehead to Poole. To help you along the way we have pulled together several of our favourite East Devon coastal routes, each with a refuelling point enroute. Continue reading “Coastal Walks in East Devon” »
Nothing makes a holiday like great food, but when cooking in a caravan or static lodge you won’t have all of the appliances or space that you have at home.
One-pot meals are a great way of creating something filling and delicious but with minimal washing up! Continue reading “Holiday Cooking Guide: Tagine, One-Pot Recipe” »
As the British camping season draws to a close our tents are being cleaned, hung out to dry, patched up and put away for spring 2015.
There will be some whose tents are beyond repair or whose family has outgrown them, so we thought we’d put together a ‘types of tent guide’ for campers who are eyeing up some new canvas for the next season. Continue reading “Types of Tent” »