The shops and pubs of Mortehoe

The shops and pubs of Mortehoe

 

The small village of Mortehoe, just a short walk downhill from the campsite, is a pretty stone built village mentioned in the Domesday Book.

The village offers several shops, tea rooms and three pubs, a quaint church and the Mortehoe Heritage Centre, beside the car park, which showcases the area's rich maritime history.

Mortehoe is also the ideal starting point for many of the scenic walks around our dramatic stretch of the North Devon coastline. Te village of Mortehoe is just inland from Morte Point itself.

 


Outstanding site

We have just left having had a fantastic weekend! The site is stunning, with great facilities, happy, friendly and helpful staff, lovely food (although you have to be quick in the mornings). The site is clean, well maintained with lovely individual pitches.

The children were allowed to be children and the dogs, and ourselves thoroughly enjoyed the excellent wooded walking area, filled with interesting nature facts along the way. The variety of birds and nature on site is lovely to see.

We loved it so much we booked our return for next year on our way out!

Rachel K

A nice site.

A great site, with helpful and friendly staff and your shown to your pitch. A good selection of pitches Large, small, open or secluded should suit all manner of campers.

The showers/toilet facilities are ample and are kept immaculate.

There is an excellent 14 acre dog exercise area which reminded me of a mini golf course with a mown fairway.

Can't offer comments with regards the food offered at Captain hook's shack as we didn't use it. TV reception was not brilliant with mainly Welsh channels giving the best reception... Mind you watching England's football performance I'll say no more!

All in all a very nice site Would I use it again? definitely, yes!

Devon boy