Dogs are a man (& women’s) best friend, many of us plan our holidays around them and dread the look on their faces when the holiday bags are being packed and they get left behind.
To avoid disappointing your pooch this season Ladram Bay has put together a dog-walking guide. You’ll be enjoying your holiday while your canine counterpart is lapping up the best smells, swimming opportunities and chasing the odd rabbit.
There are so many reasons why people flock down to Devon on holiday each year, from surfing, coastline footpaths to moorland walks. Having experienced the best of what Devon has to offer, you’re likely to be slightly jaded and require something to recharge your family’s batteries, which is why we’ve put together a guide of another of Devon’s great attractions, it’s farmers markets. Continue reading post…
With the 2015 touring season about to get under way we thought we would put together a checklist for caravan care, enabling your touring caravan or holiday home to shine on its pitch during your first trip of the year.
It goes without question that a caravan or holiday home should be kept clean, but this guide aims to give you that little bit extra so no part of your home from home is overlooked or under cared for. Continue reading post…
The Ladram team are busy putting the final preparations into ensuring the 2015 season kicks off in style and part of this includes our annual Open Darts Spring Festival which will be taking place from the 13th – 15th of March 2015.
For those who have been busy honing their arrows during the winter months now is the time for all your training to payoff as Saturday’s prize fund has a total of £2,440 up for grabs. Continue reading post…
Ladram Bay are pleased to announce that they are regional winners for Practical Caravan’s Top 100 Sites Guide for 2014.
For those campers not familiar with the Top 100 guide, it provides country wide suggestions on the UK’s very best campsites and is based on criteria that includes site facilities, site appearance, value for money and friendliness of staff.
There are plenty of seasoned fishermen in the Ladram Bay team so we thought that we would share their local knowledge. Here we’ve put together a guide that any budding angler might need to know before they cast their lines off our famous pebbled beach.
In recent years pollock has been touted by the Marine Conversation Society as a sustainable alternative to cod. Sainsbury’s tried a marketing ploy designed to give it some gallic flare through renaming it ‘colin’ – the french word for hake.
At Ladram our anglers know it as pollock and they are often in ready supply off our pebbled beach.
At Ladram we’re big fans of embracing what the local area has to offer and this includes fishing.
If like many of our guests you decide to cast your lines off our pebbled beach and (in angling terms) strike gold in landing a sea bass, then chances are you going to need a recipe to do it justice.
Jenny Crutcher first came to Ladram Bay when she was seven years old and has been coming to the park ever since. In 2010, she and her husband, Brett, purchased a caravan and couldn’t be happier. Continue reading post…