Carp Fishing!

Carp Fishing!

 

Great fishing! Hours of fun spent at the lake! Great quality fish! Great condition! Highly recommended!

 


We stayed here for the May Spring Bank holiday week. Upon arriving we were greeted by the friendly reception staff and shown to our premier pitch by a friendly chap on a golf buggy.

The pitch was huge and we were in the bottom secluded section which proved to be a mistake (made by me) as we would have benefited from being closer to the playground as we had our 3 kids with us (10, 7+4) plus our little dog, I didn't quite realise how big the site was!

As it was a premier pitch we had our own water supply, picnic bench and stand for our own BBQ, plus 2 hookup plugs. There was plenty of room for our Vermont XLP and to park our van by the side of the tent.

The toilets / showers are like walking into a posh hotel loo, truly amazing for a campsite and their are plenty too, never having to queue even though the site was pretty full. They were also spotless and deep cleaned daily.

The site had a little shop selling all essentials but the Tesco was only a short journey away in Ilfracombe. The playground is nice for the kids and they enjoyed the mini zip wire. We fished the lake once and had a cracking afternoons fishing in the drizzle catching fish after fish on the trusty sweetcorn.

This is definitely, by far the best campsite I have visited and we will definitely return!

If only the weather could be kind!

W Startlett

We have just returned from our 10 day stay at Warcombe Farm. The facilities at the site are the cleanest and best I have encountered in our years of camping. We were very impressed.

Our children had a fantastic time cycling off safely to play in the fields and play area. We walked the public footpaths from the site to Lee and Woolacombe which was fun. The morning bakery croissant delivery and the fresh stone baked pizza van on a Friday was fab.

It is a really friendly site, very family orientated and extremely quiet come 10.00pm latest which was lovely as we were all shattered.

Andrea Goldsborough