Getting to Ladram Bay is straightforward. The Holiday Park is well signposted and sits only a short & picturesque drive from the M5.
Satnav users, enter the postcode EX9 7BX.
Everyone else, please follow the directions below.
• Leave the M5 at Exeter Services (Junction 30) and take the A3052 signposted to Sidmouth
• At Newton Poppleford take the B3178 towards Budleigh Salterton, driving through Colaton Raleigh
• One mile after Colaton Raleigh, turn left at the brick monument that’s signposted ‘Otterton and Ladram Bay’
• Please note that the roads narrow towards the beautiful village of Otterton. We ask that your drive slowly and responsibly through the village, respecting the residents, continuing to follow the signs to Ladram Bay.
We recommend that all visitors follow directions listed above rather than using a Sat Nav, some of the roads as you approach the park are restrictive with size.
The address is:
Ladram Bay Holiday Park
Out and about by bus
Guests and day-trippers may also wish to make use of the regular Exmouth-Sidmouth bus service, which goes through nearby Otterton village (about three-quarters of a mile from Ladram Bay) as well as beautiful Budleigh Salterton. The timetable is available online here.
We welcome walkers too
Ladram Bay Holiday Park welcomes visitors on foot as well as non-guests who drive here to enjoy the beach and facilities (parking charges apply).
Ladram Bay sits on the South West Coastal Path and as such is reachable on foot from Sidmouth (about 90 minutes’ hike) and Budleigh Salterton (a little over an hour). A return trip to/from Exmouth is also possible for those with enough stamina. If you’re feeling especially fit, Exmouth to Sidmouth, passing through Ladram Bay on the South West Coastal Path, is a 12.5 mile hike. Sturdy footwear is strongly recommended.