Visit Croyde...
Croyde is set on the stunning North Devon coast in an area of natural beauty. The beach is undoubtedly one of the best in the country offering a wide variety of activities including surfing, bodyboarding, stand up paddle boarding & much more. The south West coast path runs through croyde & so why not take in the spectacular views with a walk around baggy point or if climbing or horse riding is your thing, Croyde has it all. See below what Croyde has to offer.
  1. Beach Activities
    Croyde beach has it all. A Sandy beach for relaxing in the sun and family games or even rock-pooling with the kids. Surfing & bodyboarding for those of all levels (lessons available at local surf schools) or if the surf is calm stands up paddle boarding is an option. The beach also has volleyball nets & football goals so there's something for everyone.
  2. The Outdoors
    Croyde has lots to offer, especially for the outdoor type. Away from the beach there is climbing at Baggy point, go horse riding at the village's very own riding school or simply take you or your dog for a walk over to Putsborough or Saunton Beach. There's also local bike hire & tennis courts or why not try coasteering with one of the local surf schools.
  3. Entertainment
    When it comes to evening entertainment Croyde village has some charming options. Take the kids to the traditional deckchair cinema in the village hall or enjoy live music at the Thatch pub. Keen not to miss any of the live sport while you're away? Croyde's pubs have Sky Sports and BT Sport so you won't miss a thing.
  4. Pubs & Dining
    Croyde has a diverse selection of pubs and restaurants all of which are only a 5-10 minute walk from the chalet. The Thatch or the Manor offer great pub food and local ales, whereas Billy Buds is perfect for stone baked pizzas. The Blue Groove offers a more contemporary feel or there's always the local fish & Chips.
  5. Cafes & Shops
    The village has a couple of lovely cafes where you can grab breakfast and lunch or there's even Sandleigh Teams rooms on the other side of the Bay where you can indulge ion a Devon Cream Tea. Croyde has 4 surf shops and if you're after a local Pasty or Ice-cream then the Old Cream Shop is the place to go.
  6. When it Rains?
    Let's hope for wall to wall sunshine on your holiday, but even in the rain there's still plenty to do in Croyde & the North Devon area. Visit Barnstaple for a cinema and bowling alley or even the trampoline park. Bideford has an adventure park called the Big Sheep for the kids or there's always Croyde's pubs.