What a superb site. From the moment we first phoned to enquire about booking to the moment our holiday ended, the staff couldn't have been more friendly and helpful, always with a smile and wave around the site and they often stopped for a chat, when we seized the chance to ask about walk directions or best eating places!
Reception staff also very knowledgable and welcoming. Pitches large, mainly flat and with hook-ups, water, grey water waste where stipulated. Regular patrols and visibility of staff ensure there is no noise at night or too early which is undoubtedly helped by no bar/entertainment on site. Toilet / wash blocks are exceptionally clean and are testimony to the sheer hard work of everyone at Warcombe farm. Even with 24 hours of torrential rain, the facilities were spotlessly clean.
Small shop for essentials, Londis in Woolacombe and village stores in Morthoe with larger supermarkets in Ilfracombe. There are some super walks from the site. Roughly 30 mins walk (steep in places) is Lee Bay, small sandy cove full of rock pools, shallow and very quiet, worth the walk for the views.
Woolacombe is 25-30mins, again steep going down, either via Sandy Lane opposite site or through Twitchens site is also a pretty walk down. If you prefer something smaller than Woolacombe, Coombesgate Beach (towards Morthoe from Woolacombe) is great for children, rock pools and lovely huge warm pools when the tide goes out, much quieter than Woolacombe (no facilities though, beach only).
Rockham is also worth the walk (from Morthoe), again, secluded, lots of rock pools, but no facilities.
Have stayed in and around the area for many years and will certainly return to Warcombe as our first choice in the future. The friendliness, cleanliness and peacefulness make it an excellent family choice.
Camping near Mortehoe
Excellent facilities - hot water, clean and spacious shower block. Each shower cubicle well designed and roomy with shelves to keep clothes dry. Camp Shop stocking essentials, take-away food available. Flat pitches, well kept and plenty of dividing shrubs and trees. Fishing lake.
Only downside is that it is quite a long walk to village of Mortehoe. You can go via footpaths which is slightly longer, otherwise walk includes busy narrow road with no pavement.
Warcombe Farm Camping Park: Tina as you have pointed out one of the routes to Mortehoe is by using the narrow road, but we do sell a local map for £2.00 that shows a variety of alternative beautiful routes. We do take great pride in the standard of our facilities and it is always very pleasing when we receive excellent feedback. Thank you.