The Park sits on the edge of the beautiful Blackdown Hills, on the Devon and Somerset border, a serene retreat home to ancient farms and villages. With an incredible variety of wildlife, this hub of activity is ever-changing and especially great for bird watchers.
Wildlife lovers will be at home in Hornbeam Country Park; its earthy British countryside is a joy for bird watchers, ramblers and those looking to relax in a classic rural retreat.
If you’re looking for a truly relaxing break then this park is perfect for that. However, that’s not to say that there isn’t lots to see and do during your stay. Our holiday park gives you the perfect base to go off and explore everything Devon has to offer. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing break or a fun filled adventure holiday, you’ll find it here.
Devon truly is one of the most picturesque places in the UK and choosing to holiday here means you’ll have sandy beaches, fossil filled cliffs, medieval towns and moorland national parks to explore – right on your doorstep.
We know you’ll fall in love with Hornbeam Country Park as soon as you arrive because it’s a gorgeous holiday park in Devon. The holiday homes you’ll find on Hornbeam Country Park typically offer around 800sq ft of modern living space, full with all the integrated appliances one is accustomed to in a modern home so you can really holiday in style.
If you’re looking for a lovely Devonshire escape take a look at Hornbeam Country Park.
The best things to do around Honiton, Devon
On your holiday to Hornbeam Country Park there is no shortage of things to do.
Combe Wood is a National Trust area that offers criss-crossed with pathways, this is the perfect place for a sheltered walk on a warm day.
Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy this secluded woodland walk in this 10 acres of mixed ash and oak woodland
Dogs are welcome (on leads only)
For the budding artist
Hybrid Gallery shows figurative art, there is a narrative thread to much of the work, some is quirky and all of it demonstrates skill in a particular medium.
The range of subjects and techniques embraced in our exhibition programme means there is always fresh, new work of quality to enjoy.
Featured exhibitions change throughout the seasons, a worthwhile visit when in Honiton
Life in the fast lane
The Land Rover Experience West Country centre was the first Regional Experience Centre to be officially opened in the UK. The centre is surrounded by 135 acres of private access ground including its 35 acre off-road course.
A warm welcome and an unforgettable day of confidence-boosting off-road driving challenges awaits.
A number of experiences are available and advance booking is recommended.
Hembury is a Neolithic causewayed enclosure and Iron Age hill fort near Honiton in Devon.
Its history stretches from the late fifth and early fourth millennia BC to the Roman invasion.
The fort is situated on a south facing promontory at the end of a 240m high ridge in the Blackdown Hills. I
t lies to the north of and overlooking the River Otter valley and this location was probably chosen to give good views of the surrounding countryside as well as for defensive reasons