Ladram Bay Wins Gold

We are delighted to announce that Ladram Bay Holiday Park has won gold at the Devon Tourism Awards 2019 within the ‘Holiday Park of the Year’ category.

In delivering their verdict, judges declared that Ladram Bay was “a true leader of holiday parks in the South West.”

Their announcement was made at the sparkling finals of the closely-fought competition, held at the Riviera International Conference Centre in Torquay on Thursday 28th November.

The Devon Tourism Awards was marking its tenth anniversary, and this year’s event was attended by senior tourism leaders from across the county.

In order to reach the final stages of the competition and take the overall top spot, Ladram Bay was subjected to a close scrutiny of its business by professional assessors.

Our facilities, services, accommodation and hospitality all went under the microscope – and, reported Devon Tourism, were all fully deserving of the principal honour.

Our director Zoe House, said that being named as Devon’s premier park was “a fantastic honour”.

“Visitors to Devon have the choice between some of the finest holiday parks in the whole of Britain, as well as world-beating scenery and glorious beaches,” she said.

“To be named as the county’s leading park on which to stay is a tribute not just to our quality standards, but also to the memorable experiences which guests enjoy.

“A big part of that experience is the friendly warm atmosphere for which we are renowned, and our loyal and hardworking employees deserve great credit for helping us deliver this,” said Zoe.

It’s the second time we’ve celebrated in November as, earlier in the month, we scooped the top Diamond Award for Family Fun in Devon and Somerset at the Hoseasons Awards.

It’s the ninth year in succession that Ladram Bay has taken the overall regional family fun trophy from the holiday bookings giant at its annual awards.

The award is based on the number of customer votes received over the year by Hoseasons from families staying on hundreds of parks throughout the UK.