Grunta Beach

Grunta Beach

 

Apparently named after a cargo of pigs that was wrecked here in the depths of history. Grunta is a sun trap beach beneath Morte Point. A place to relax with peace and quiet.

Grunta Beach is a small cove situated south of the village of Mortehoe, the cove faces westwards out to the Irish Sea, exposed to the wild Atlantic winds making it a thorougly rugged area.

 


This was our first visit to Warcombe Farm and we will be returning. Our daughter stayed there last year and loved it - we camped for nearly two weeks and cannot fault it.

Toilet facilities were excellent - we were there over the peak August period, but there always seemed to be enough cubicles and showers, and they were always clean and tidy. Heated floors were brilliant, and the shower cubicles were spacious with handy shelving and stools.

There are a number of different types of pitches - some secluded and some not - so something for everyone. WiFi was available - we paid £36 for 4 devices for 2 weeks.

I would give this site 10/10 for value for money - it may not be the cheapest, but it was worth every penny

Riker

Fantastic break!

Easy to find this site... not far from Woolacombe itself. The site is pristine with really great facilities. Our pitch (49) was in the far corner of the site near to the vast dog walking area! The views to the sea were great and the grounds maintained to a high standard.

All of the staff were really chatty and friendly and helped us sort out a few issues with our caravan.
We plan to return next year!

M Marcus