Sunsets over the Sea

Sunsets over the Sea

 

We enjoy stunning sunsets most days, and here with the sea as a backdrop and Lundy Island on the horizon.
Lundy means 'puffin' in Norse though these days puffins on the island are in decline, Lundy's wildlife still remains internationally important. In fact Lundy Island is Englands only marine nature reserve and remains the biggest seabird colony in the south of England.

 


Superb friendly site

We never stay at the same place twice - until we found Warcombe Farm Camping Park.

Four of us, two being small children, arrived a week before the summer rush period. We immediately fell in love with the site, and were placed close to the children's play area, which was excellent as we could keep an eye on our children whilst we had a glass of wine in the evening.

There is a lake at the bottom of our camping field but this is really well managed and we didn't once have any concerns for our small children.

The site is really well kept with a fantastic shower block. We never once queued for a shower, the water was always piping hot, and the block looked as if it had been cleaned just before we went in.

The staff are super friendly and nothing is too much trouble. We loved the views but were limited by the typical British weather. Saying that, the area is lovely with lots to do in a short distance from the site.

We loved this site and returned the following year and had another lovely holiday.

A real gem of a site.

Sparkster

The best camping experience ever!!

We have been coming to Warcombe Farm for 10 years or more. It is the best caravan and camping site by a long way. It is clean, tidy and the showers are the best that you will ever see. Friendly helpful staff finish off a wonderful holiday experience. We will return year after year without fail.

Simanny