Secluded Pitches

Secluded Pitches

 

Enjoy your camping on one of our secluded pitches. Surrounded by shrubs, trees and the Devon Wildlife.

There is secluded and there is secluded. At Warcombe Farm Campsite, not only is there 15 acres of dedicated woodland and nature trails, but many of our pitches too are designed to provide you with privacy and seclusion. The campsite is within walking distance of some of North Devon's greatest treasures; Woolacombe, Mortehoe, the Southwest Coast Path, Lee Bay amongst them. A short drive will offer even more.

Our quiet camping still allows you to have your vehicle close to your pitch, so you don't have to lug your tent and gear across a mile or more. If you are particularly interested in a secluded Devon campsite experience, let us know when booking and we can do our best to book you into one of our secluded pitches.

Other pitches are less secluded, a little less private, though you do have your own space, but can offer camping with amazing sea views.

 



Clean, Quiet and friendly Campsite
Warcombe is large but friendly campsite, has all the amenities you would require. A say a large campsite because it is but it doesn't feel that way if your down the bottom end in the secluded pitches we had a very private pitch which was a walk to the toilets but worth it. Toilets and showers are very clean and never had to wait for a shower. The woodland walk was excellent for the dogs great to able to let them off the lead and have a good run round We also walked into Woolacombe one evening not far to walk little steep in places but ok.
All the staff on site very friendly and had a great recommendation for food.
We will be returning thank you Warcombe for a great weekend.

Charlie J

Just back from a two week break and really enjoyed Wycombe farm. Fishing lake, playground, toilets/showers and pitch were all great. We are thinking of returning next year so just a few suggested improvements. Shop to sell newspapers, wifi to be stronger and broader, takeaway to become eat in as well. Thank you for a great holiday.

Ian Singleton