Landscove, Devon - beautiful sea views in an idyllic setting overlooking the Devon coast in Brixham

Marlie, Kent - close to New Romney on the South Kent coast - not far from the beach in a great setting

Sandhills, Dorset - Location Location! On the waters` edge in Mudeford, Christchurch Harbour, Dorset

The 500 acre Dawlish Warren Nature Reserve, which includes the Exe estuary, is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and attracts many unusual species of seabirds and waders in their thousands.  Read the "Devon Life" article!

Suffolk Sands, Suffolk - great location at the end of the Felixstowe promenade for a sea front stroll

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Entertainment Venue; Take in a live show, join in the fun with competitions, disco and karaoke. Whatever you enjoy there's something for everyone.

Located on the estuary side of town, this charming beach takes you back to days gone by....

There are several schools in Dawlish. Gatehouse Primary School is one of them Westcliff Primary is another, Ratcliff School and Oaklands Park School. DCC (Dawlish Community College (Formally known as Dawlish Comprehensive School, And Dawlish Secondary Modern)) is the popular 'Secondary' In the Area on Elm Grove Road. Oakwood Court College is a specialist residential college based in Dawlish with another satellite college in Torpoint.

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Dawlish Warren prides itself on being one of South Devon's top family beaches....

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There are plenty of things for you and the kids to do in Dawlish, most notably the long sandy beach, which provides the perfect way to spend a summer’s day swimming, exploring rock pools or boating. The town has plenty of interesting shops and a pleasant park where you can see the famous black swans of Dawlish glide sedately along the river. But be careful – they can get very greedy if you take a few crusts of bread along for them.

Getting here, or exploring the area once you’re here, couldn’t be easier as there is a train station right in the centre of the town.  The track runs along the coast, under the distinct red sandstone cliffs, affording one of the best scenic railway routes in the UK – if you’re a train fan this is another ‘must’ to tick off your list of things to see and do.

Nestled in a secluded valley and set within 80 acres of beautiful South Devon countryside, Cofton Country Holidays is an award winning, four star family run holiday park.

Dawlish Warren maintains its reputation as one of South Devon's favourite family holiday destinations. The sand-dune backed Blue Flag beach make it ideal for families with young children.  There is varied entertainment for people of all ages with both traditional and modern pubs, bars and restaurants which all help create memorable family holidays that will be treasured always.

Within a short walk from the town centre, Dawlish Town Beach is ideal to escape the...

Immediately to the south-west of Dawlish is a headland, Lea Mount, with Boat Cove at its foot and Coryton Cove, the furthest part of the beach accessible by the seawall path, behind it. To the north-east, via the beach or seawall, the coast can be followed some 2 km to Langstone Rock and the resort of Dawlish Warren beyond, although this path is blocked at extreme high water.

Great standards, fantastic entertainment, 4 terrific indoor fun pools and a superb location – these are just a few of the things that make Welcome Family an ideal park for a family seaside holiday.

Guests are welcome to use any of the facilities at both Golden Sands and Dawlish Sands

Welcome to the popular seaside holiday resort of Dawlish Warren at the mouth of the Exe Estuary, with its long Blue Flag beach, sand dunes, and challenging 18 hole links golf course which lies only a short distance away.  You are in good company... 95% of visitors would recommend Dawlish Warren to a friend. (Source: DWT Visitor survey 2011)

The Visitor Centre has a range of displays which tell you more about Dawlish Warren. You can also buy books about the Warren and its wildlife.

Nearby Dawlish Warren offers even more fun and excitement for the whole family, from go-karting and mini-golf to a range of rides for the kids.  If 18-holes are more your thing, check out the Warren golf-course, which combines beautiful, natural views of the estuary and Nature Reserve with some of the finest greens in the South West.

Also worth noting are Manor House and Brook House (both about 1800) and some of the cottages in Old Town Street surviving from the old village. Dawlish's transformation from a fishing settlement to a watering hole for Victorian celebrities is documented at the Dawlish Museum.

SKY TV available in the clubhouse; if you're one of our guests that can't live without your weekly sporting fix you'll be pleased to know all our entertainment venues offer a full sports package.

The Manor House is used for Council Meetings, the Town Clerk's Office, and generally as a community building with rooms available for hire for weddings, functions and activities. The people of Dawlish and visitors are still free to walk and sit in the Manor grounds.

This Park features live production entertainment shows throughout the year. These really are shows not to be missed!

The A379 road runs through the town parallel to the railway line.

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Dawlish Warren's most valuable ecological asset appears outside of the summer months -...

Waterside, Devon - beautiful Devon sea views on the English Riviera coast in Paignton.

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Kent's Cavern is one of the most important Stone Age cave sites in Europe, making it Britain's premier prehistoric cave. The caves are open every day for guided tours by our brilliant guides. Above ground there's even a woodland trail, an indoor children's archaeological dig area and art areas!

Dawlish Sands Outdoor Pool; open 1st June - 2nd September

There are so many "Things to do" and the ease with which traffic can move out and around the County from Dawlish Warren constantly amazes visitors. Dawlish, Teignmouth & Shaldon are all nearby... Take a look at all these great Places To Visit.

Harts, Kent - family fun in Leysdown the ever popular coastal resort on Kent's Isle of Sheppey.

A visit to Powderham Castle is an enchanting day out for all its visitors. Fascinating...

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 £30 worth of Food and Drink freebies on selected midweek breaks.

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