Fantastic location and site. Staff very helpful and friendly (thanks for the fishing tips Glyn). Only slight down side is small shop with limited provisions (fresh pastries lovely). Missed out on the stone baked pizzas which looked excellent as missed advertising for them. Would happily stay again. Thank you.
Charlotte and Steve
Spent 8 days here from 7th August. Weather was mixed but the site didn't get waterlogged even through the heaviest of downpours. Reiterate previous comments about cleanliness, great showers etc. The pitch sizes are very generous and the surrounding scenery is very pretty.
It's not obvious if you don't know about it, but if you walk through the woodland area (dog walking too) you can exit into a field and onto a public footpath. This avoids the roads which are bad enough in a car but terrible if trying to walk along them (which we did!). The footpaths take you to Lee Bay, Mortehoe and Woolacombe. Steep walk back but from the beach at Mortehoe but you do feel you deserve a glass of wine while you gaze across the lake!
The shops sells a map of walks around the area for a couple of quid, which we found useful.
There are areas for the kids to play, but some loud ones decided to play footie in front of our tent (ball hit car several times), this is down to parents not adhering to the rules, rather than the fault of the site, but maybe some more signs up, say near the toilets would be good. Would recommend the site to anyone, but did see two other sites en route to Mortehoe which looked equally good.