Baggy point

Baggy point

 

Lovely sunshine over Baggy point.
The footpaths around Baggy Point offer a pleasant walk; with very little effort you can experience the rugged and wild feel of this beautiful area. Crashing waves, steep cliffs and glimpsed wildlife help to create this dramatic and photogenic scenery.

 


We have just returned home after 5 nights and have to say this is the best campsite we've ever stayed at. The shower blocks are first class and the staff are just so friendly. Andy was so welcoming upon our arrival and very informative.

Can't wait to return.

Mandy Stinchcombe

Bank Holiday Camping

We visited Warcombe Farm during the August bank holiday weekend. 4 adults and 2 children (5 and 2.5) spread over two large pitches (10.5m x 11.5m) with EHU. This easily accommodated our Diablo 600 and car

The site itself is slightly sloping at the top but seems to level out towards the bottom. The children's play area is well maintained was very popular with the children. There is ample grass area to run around in.

The toilet block is excellent and the showers are large with a storage system to stop your clothes getting wet.

The shop is small and a bit expensive but there is a Spar about 0.5 miles towards Woolacombe and a Tesco in Ilfracombe.

The on-site take-away sell very good home cooked food, not just the usual fried thing and chips, and I would strongly recommend it. There is a pub at the end of the lane which provides a carvery as well as bar food. You can walk to it but you will need to walk down the road as there is no pavement. The walk takes approx 10 minutes.

There is a fishing lake which seemed quite popular although not my sort of thing.

Woolacombe beach is a 5 minute car journey away. Miles and miles of sand, great surf and a stream which kept our kids happy for hours. All day parking is £4 or £5 depending on how close to the beach.

If we visit this area again I would definitely consider staying there again.

G Ravy