Dramatic Sea Views wherever you travel

Dramatic Sea Views wherever you travel

 

Wherever you travel around the North Devon coastline you are treated to dramatic sea views.

The north coast of Devon has both cliffs and sandy shores, and the county's bays host picturesque seaside resorts, fishing towns and villages. Generally hilly, North Devon has a low population density in comparison to many other parts of England.

Devon straddles a peninsula and so has two separate coastlines, on the Bristol Channel and Celtic Sea in the north, and on the English Channel in the south. The South West Coast Path runs along the entire length of both, around 65% of which is named as Heritage Coast, making North Devon ideal for a combination Walking/Camping holiday..

The island of Lundy can be seen off to the west on the horizon most days.

 


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

Excellent camp site
Well after spending years going to Woolacombe for year in and out as a child and now with a family we stumbled across Warcombe farm 3 years ago. We have since visited 5 or 6 times. Every time has been an excellent stay.

The pitches are kept to a very high standard. The bathrooms are excellent. With the added bonus of having family bathroom and shower rooms, this is an excellent idea especially with the young ones.

After staying at most campsites this is the best without a doubt.

Chris B