Buy Those Essential Goods

Buy Those Essential Goods

 

You can get all your necessary goods in our shop including fresh bread and pastries and basic camping supplies.

 


Loved this site - will return

Stayed at this site in April 2014. Booked an extra large tent pitch, it was huge and easily swallowed an 8 man tent, 2 cars and a picnic table with plenty of space to spare. The site is flat throughout and most of the tent pitches are secluded with trees / shrubs between each pitch, giving some privacy.

Toilet and shower block appears to be a recent build, is well maintained with underfloor heating and is spotlessly clean. Plenty of WC's and spacious shower cubicles. Showers are hot. There is also an indoor washing up station (4 sinks) and laundry with driers.

Staff are very welcoming and friendly. Without doubt the best camp site we have ever stayed at. We are already planning to return this year.

Nearest pub is the Fortescue arms, about 0. 7 mile, gets great reviews but lacks charm. However a better option, for the more adventurous is to leave the park at the northern end, walk down the lane and take the footpath on your right, down a steep wooded glade, along a stream for a about a mile until you reach the village of Lee where you will find the Grampus Inn serving good food in great surroundings. (It's a long walk back uphill- not recommended in the dark). Also recommend the Ship Aground in Mortehoe.

Pinner Humphs

A jewel of a camp site

Great location, not far off the main road as it gets narrower and passing is harder the further you go, especially when towing.

Large pitches with individual hedges for shelter on many pitches and lovely clean modern toilets.

What more could a camper want- sea view? yes, we had that as well but this is limited to a few pitches.

Would we come back - yes. Lots to do in the area and no road noise, it was so peaceful.

Happy Anna