5 Reasons To Visit Our North Devon Holiday Parks This Easter
Finally Easter is within touching distance, after what feels like an extended winter with all the bad weather we endured.
For many of you Easter presents the first opportunity in the year to take a deserved break with the whole family, whether that’s at our caravan parks in Devon, Cornwall or Somerset.
You’re not too late to get your last minute holiday booked, and we’ve put together our top 5 reasons to pick a break at our North Devon holiday parks this Easter...
1. You Can Stay For Just £89!
You don’t need to rub your eyes in disbelief, you read that right.
For a limited time only, you can book Easter weekend in North Devon from just £89! You’ll need to be quick though, this offer looks set to be super popular.
Visit www.johnfowlerholidays.com/north-devon-deals to see all our North Devon Easter deals, you’ll be sure to find a park and accommodation type that suits the whole family.
2. Trixie’s Birthday & Easter Entertainment
Easter isn’t Easter at John Fowler Holidays without an EGGciting party for our resident bunny, Trixie. Just keep your voices down, we don’t want to spoil the surprise early.
We have a jam-packed schedule of events at our Ilfracombe and Combe Martin Holiday Parks including Fun Days, Easter Egg Hunts, Fancy Dress, Chocolate Parties plus plenty more.
For a full breakdown of our Easter entertainment programme, visit www.johnfowlerholidays.com/entertainment/easter-entertainment.
3. Weather to hit 19C!
Our first guests of the 2016 season have been enjoying some superb sun on their holidays in Devon this week, and if reports are to be believed, the Easter break could be even warmer.
Weather experts have predicted that the mercury could hit 19C over the bank holiday weekend – looks like you’ll be adding sun cream to your packing lists.
The brighter outlook has been put down to high pressure off the UK, keeping the wind and rain at bay.
4. Spring Has Sprung
Easter comes at a stunning time of the year.
Flowers begin to bloom, birds chirp and baby animals fill the wonderful countryside that surrounds our holiday parks.
A spring coastal walk, a day out at one of the colourful gardens or a trip to one of our local wildlife parks is a must for any family staying with us over the Easter period.
5. Easter Events Out & About
Out and about from our Devon holiday parks, there’s plenty happening for the sweet-toothed among you.
Combe Martin Wildlife Park are looking for brave rangers to take part in their annual Dinosaur Egg Hunt, with the lure of chocolatey goodies as a prize.
If you’re looking to add more Easter eggs to your haul, look no further than the Big Sheep’s Easter Eggstravaganza. From 25 March-8 April there will be more than 30,000 chocolate eggs up for grabs, not forgetting the cute new born lambs, fluffy rabbits and colourful daffodils for the whole family to enjoy too!