Meadow Flowers

Meadow Flowers

 

We planted our wildflower meadow a few years ago, not only a beautiful area for the summer flowers, but it creates a cornucopia for the local wildlife, bolstering the surrounding countryside.

This patch of native wildflowers and meadow grasses provides habitat for pollinators including bees, birds, and other wildlife.

 


Stayed for five beautiful days over the Easter holidays. We decided to have a lazy tea and ate from the on site takeaway on our first night, the only words that I can say is yuk.

The site is absolutely lovely beautifully maintained, very clean and like everyone has already mentioned the shower/toilets are stunning. My only complaint would be that both toilet blocks are very close to the premier and caravan pitches, which mostly already have toilet facilities.

If you have young children I would strongly recommend you request a pitch near the toilets, as there can be quite a distance to walk if you're at the far end of the camping area.

Just outside the site about five min drive there is a pub/restaurant called 'Cook island', I would highly recommend especially the all you can eat breakfast buffet and the carvery is stunning. Enjoy.

Jones Tribe

Great for children

Very nice camp site. The excellent facilities can be a few minutes walk depending on where you pitch as it is a large site, but you can always drive there if you are totally bone idle.

The site staff are very friendly and helpful. It is quite exposed to wind being on the coast line but there are plenty of sheltered pitches for tents, many with service hook ups if required.

Great for children with an excellent play area and lovely fishing / duck pool in the middle of the site all set in beautiful country side.

A major plus point is that there is no club house to ruin the peaceful surroundings.

Would thoroughly recommend this site as a base to explore North Devon. I doubt you will find a better all round site than this.

Taylor Tribe