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Give your dog the holiday of a lifetime as well
At Ladram Bay you'll find some superb dog friendly holiday homes. They're also more than welcome to join the campers. We like well-behaved dogs to enjoy themselves, just watch their tails wag when you arrive. Think about the freedom of walking your dog on the local coastal paths. Around Ladram Bay we do ask that dogs are dressed properly and wear their collar, lead and identity tag – proudly. Responsible owners are also essential, please remember to clean up after your dog at all times whilst on the park. Unfortunately there are some amenities that are restricted for dogs; The Three Rocks, the swimming pool, the Beach, Pebbles Restaurant and The Coast Café. However assistance dogs are more than welcome when required. If you do fancy enjoying a drink or two, weather permitting, there is ample outside seating at The Three Rocks including our balcony.
Walks to suit all ages and abilities
Ladram Bay is renowned for its perfect location right on the Jurassic coast and is the ideal base for walking your four legged friend. Being directly in the middle of two coastal paths you couldn’t ask for much more.
This is one of the most relaxing local walks you will find. Starting just past Otterton Mill it is completely flat and follows the River Otter to Budleigh. Being about 2½ miles long it won’t take you too long unless you decide to stop for some nature observing along the way.
Ladram Bay to Budleigh
This coastal path starts at the far end of the front row in Bay View. Taking you along the cliff tops it will require a bit more energy from you, but not a lot. Although you are by the cliff edge wild blackberry bushes along the way provide perfect protection to stop your dog getting too close. Again being about 2½ miles in length the walk can be done in about two hours at a leisurely pace. Please be cautious of cattle in the fields.
Ladram Bay to Sidmouth
Probably the most stunning coastal path in the area with some breath taking views, this walk is best described as hard work but worth it! The first demanding cliff climb can be seen from the park and starts at the back of The Three Rocks complex. Taking you through a small area of woodland you are then presented with a panoramic view of Sidmouth’s coast. It’s best to allow about 3 hours for this one.
Unfortunately Ladram Bay’s beach is a dog free zone. However the local area does offer some ideal beaches for that day with your dog. Local restrictions from East Devon District Council do mean that certain areas of all beaches carry a dog ban from the 1st May to 30th September. Out of these dates dogs can enjoy the whole stretch.
- Exmouth – an all sand beach. As you drive towards the seafront head to the left and there is a small beach with a cove that’s ideal for dogs and children.
- Sidmouth – a pebble beach with sand at low tide. Jacob’s Ladder on the western side of Sidmouth is perfect for adventurous dogs with rock pools galore to be explored at low tide.
- Budleigh – an all Pebble beach. Not too far from town the eastern end of the beach is ideal for dogs, with a small picnic area nearby you can easily laze away an afternoon.
If you’re looking to stay in one of our holiday homes there is a selection to choose from. Within Bay View we have the Budleigh 2 and 3 bedrooms that offer modern and spacious facilities, if you fancy treating yourself why not enquire about the Sidmouth Gold range. If a budget break away is more what you’re after we also have the Ladram Basics.
Well behaved friendly dogs are also welcome to stay on all our tents and touring areas. Please be aware there is a maximum of 2 dogs per pitch.
Please note extra charges apply when bringing a pet.
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