Situated between Woolacombe and Ilfracombe, the park has panoramic sea and meadow views, revealing the rich and varied tapestry of North Devon’s scenic wealth.
Well renowned for its dramatic and beautiful coastline, mild climate, golden sandy beaches, woodland, moorland and wildlife, North Devon is the perfect place to appreciate a variety of activities and attractions.
Nestled between the popular towns of Woolacombe, with its award winning golden beaches, and the Victorian seaside town of Ilfracombe, with its working harbour and colourful cluster of restaurants and cafes, the park is ideally positioned for visitors to experience all the wonders this area is known for, from its dramatic coastline to the rolling hills of Exmoor.
The 31 acre site adjoins a coastal preservation area of outstanding natural beauty and is close to the unique North Devon Biosphere Reserve, with spectacular sea views across the Bristol Channel and out to the Atlantic Ocean.
The enviable position on elevated sloping ground means most of the lodges benefit from wonderful panoramic meadow and/or ocean views, making Mullacott Park a truly serene environment in which to relax and unwind.
Within close proximity to the park you will find an abundance of attractions and activities from all forms of water sports such as surfing and sailing, to fishing, shooting, riding, cycling, golf and cliff walking along the many coastal paths.
For those who prefer to take things at a more leisurely pace there are plenty of arts and crafts experiences, with shopping nearby in local towns and villages. There are numerous ‘Farm Shops’ dotted around the surrounding countryside offering locally grown produce and goods exclusive to Devon. The renowned Tarka Trail is also easily accessible and cycle hire is available from outlets in Braunton, Barnstaple and Fremington Quay.