Park’s heaven in Devon for all-together families!

From their own private hot-tub, guests can enjoy delightful views of the Jurassic Coast and the sparkling sea

From their private hot-tub, guests can enjoy delightful views of the Jurassic Coast and the sparkling sea

Young families who join forces with their grandparents for holidays are now being catered for in style by a top Devon holiday park.

Ladram Bay in Budleigh Salterton has this month opened the doors to a spacious new four-bedroom luxury leisure lodge which makes multi-generation breaks a breeze.

The beachside park designed the superb leisure lodge in conjunction with major UK leisure home specialist Prestige to cater for the ever growing holiday trend.

Called the Rockpool Lodge and exclusive to Ladram Bay, the lavishly equipped leisure lodge provides two sets of couples each with their own en-suite double bedroom.

Two additional twin bedrooms sleep up to four more people, while generously-sized living areas mean lashings of space for mum, dad, grandparents and youngsters.

The architect-inspired interior features contemporary decor and furnishings, and the Rockpool Lodge also boasts a raft of other touches to create a top-end holiday experience.

Ladram's new leisure lodge is perfect for extended families

Ladram’s new leisure lodge is perfect for extended families

From the wine-cooler and dishwasher to the bath robes, premium toiletries, USB ports, Xbox with games and flame-effect log burner, there are no compromises on comfort.

The pampering even continues outside with a private hot tub and the lodge’s own landscaped garden with outdoor furniture for sunbathing and al-fresco dining.

Playing a major role in its design were park director Zoe House, general manager Claire Williams, maintenance manager Matt Vining, and housekeeping manager Rob Ball.

According to Zoe, many of the features were incorporated as a result of customer feedback:

“We are welcoming an increasing number of extended families to Ladram Bay, but teaming-up with gran and grandad is about more than simply spreading the costs of a holiday,” she said.

“It’s also the chance for everyone to spend quality time together during their increasingly busy working lives, and to enjoy each other’s company in a relaxed atmosphere.

“The lodge will appeal as well to two sets of families who decide to take a holiday together, and of course such arrangements can also mean shared babysitting so couples can have time alone.

“We are absolutely delighted at how well the Rockpool Lodge has turned out, and we are already receiving bookings for summer and autumn,” added Claire.

Rockpool clients also have use of the park’s extensive facilities, including a recently opened indoor climbing wall as well as a swimming pool complex, and an adventure golf course.

In addition to the new leisure lodge with its panoramic views of the Jurassic Coast, Ladram Bay provides holiday homes to rent and buy, plus glamping pods and touring pitches.

Ladram Bay has a top five-star accolade from VisitEngland, and once again this year received a top gold award from botanist David Bellamy for its environment care.

There is more information about the park at