South Devon with Cofton Country Holidays #LastminuteEaster
Cofton Country Holidays, near South Devon’s pretty Dawlish Warren coastline, is offering 20% off breaks of four nights or more this Easter staying in its range of family friendly cottages and static holiday homes. All are under £200pp and you could save up to £187 on seven nights. www.coftonholidays.co.uk or call 0800 085 8649
UNDER £200pp – Seven nights at Estuary View, which sleeps four and has its own hot tub, can be booked from £748, saving £187 (arriving on 25 March). Refurbished to a high standard Estuary View has lovely views of the Exe Estuary as well as Dawlish Warren beach and nature reserve. The cottage comes with free use of Cofton’s on-site heated indoor pool, its sauna and steam rooms and has access to all of Cofton Country Holidays facilities.
UNDER £100pp Four to six berth static holiday homes can be booked for seven nights from 25th March from just £364, saving £91.
UNDER £200pp If you want to splash out Cofton’s luxury Fernworthy four-berth static holiday homes, which come with a hot tub, king size bed, two single beds, an open plan kitchen and lounge and decking area, are available from £632, reduced by £158 for a week starting on Friday 01 April.
UNDER £100pp The 20% Easter escape offer includes arrivals from 18 March when a four to six berth static holiday home can be booked from just £252, saving £63.
Under £200pp The offer includes arrivals on 01 April when seven nights at The Linney Cottage and Estuary View falls to £684, saving £171.
This Easter Cofton Country Holidays’ has a huge range of family friendly experiences to enjoy including Zorbing, a daytime assault course, Segway experiences, archery and family fishing experiences on their five coarse fishing lakes. Guests also have access to Cofton’s on-site facilities, which include a heated indoor pool with a splash pad area for the kids and hydrotherapy loungers for the adults, a gym, restaurant, pub, fitness studio, soft play area, bowling alleys and much more.
Australia’s Got Talent finalist Cameo Rascale will be performing with their internationally acclaimed juggling, comedy and acrobatic act, and there’ll be magic acts and comedians on other nights too. Add to that miles of cycle paths and walks along designated nature trails through woodland, parkland and mature meadows, and you have a great destination for a break.
Guests visiting from 01 April can look forward to the Dawlish Walking Festival. Lasting ten days and commencing on 1st April, the festival will offer more than 30 walks, most of which are free to join. From meditation walks to ‘walk and draw’ experiences, taking in views around Coryton Cove and The Red Rock, the festival aims to offer something to everyone, including those with visual impairments.
Families can look forward to ‘The Dawlish Dawdle of April Fools’ on the opening day; a magical and playful walk, which includes games and songs for families and children over the age of five. There are even wildlife safaris, including a walk to spot the first signs of spring flowers, lambs and trees coming into bud, which starts from Cofton and takes in both Cockwood and Dawlish Warren.