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Dawlish Warren, Devon

£950,000 Freehold Ref: 4248
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Brunel Holiday Park is situated in an ideal position in the popular holiday resort of Dawlish Warren and is the closest holiday accommodation to the beach, adjacent to the railway, with sea views from all carriages. Dawlish Warren is an award-winning tourist resort lying on the South Devon Coast, at the mouth of the River Exe, which divides the South and East Coast of Devon. This stunning area with its beautiful beach is regularly voted as one of the top resorts in the UK. This year the huge beach has received blue flag status for the 20th year running. Backed by sand dunes, Dawlish Warren offers more than just a traditional bucket and spade beach; it also boosts an internationally protected national nature reserve, a cycle trail to Exeter, children's amusements, shops, pubs and cafes and a golf course, all of which are safely away from the road. Dawlish Warren is a dedicated seaside resort and swells in numbers during the main holiday period from Easter to October, however is largely open year round.

The seaside resort is easily accessed and ideally situated for day trips around the rest of Devon. Dawlish Warren has its own dedicated railway station, situated only a few minutes from the beach and on the Exeter to Plymouth line, only 10 miles south of Exeter St David's. Dawlish Warren is situated less than two miles north of Dawlish and approximately 12 miles south of the city of Exeter, on the A379. Exeter has its own airport and railway line connecting to London and the M5 connecting to Bristol and beyond.

This iconic landmark site was set up by the Great Western Railway in 1935, initially for private holiday use for railway staff and their families. After being enjoyed by thousands of holiday makers it was closed in September 2016, due to neglect and the unsuitable state of the carriages. The new owners acquired the site in 2017 and following a two year major refurbishment and significant investment programme, the site reopened in 2019 offering a unique holiday destination. The business has been incredibly successful since its relaunch - despite the pandemic years - and future bookings are looking particularly strong. This is believed to be the largest and most impressive 'trainaction' site in the UK with the carriages having been renovated to an incredibly high standard. The business is now open all year round, offering weekly, midweek and weekend breaks subject to the season.

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