Coutenay Park


Newton Abbot Devon

Show on map


Courtenay Park is situated 700m east of the town centre , opposite Newton Abbot Railway Station.  The park's riot of colour delivers a cheerful welcome to visitors arriving by train. The Park has pedestrian entrances on all sides.

Coutenay Park was created by and named after the Earl of Devon in 1854 and was originally surrounded by iron railings with gates, all of which were removed to melt down for armanments at the start of World War Two.
The eight acre park features a pond,with a fountain. There is a sensory garden where you can sit and watch the world go by, take a break from the office at lunch time, let the children let of steam in the childrens playground.

The park has its own bandstand where concerts are held throughout the year.


* Outdoor bowling green
* Toilets (opposite station)
* Children's play area
* Disabled parking
* Bicycle rack
* Bowling green
* Bandstand
* Sensory garden
* Community garden
* Teen shelter


Accommodation Features

    Leisure Facilities

      Specialist Features

        Room Features


            Dietary Needs

              Children & Infants

                Parking & Transport

                  Payment Methods

                    Staff Languages

                      comments powered by Disqus