The lovely coastal village of Lynmouth

The lovely coastal village of Lynmouth

 

600 feet below Lynton is the small harbour of Lynmouth. The two villages are linked by a famous and ingenius cliff railway, powered by water and which is well worth a ride.
Two rivers - the East Lyn and the Hoaroak - combine just inland from the harbour at Watersmeet and sweep down a spectacular gorge and through the village to the sea. Reminders of the disaster in 1952, when the rivers flooded and a torrent of water washed many cottages into the sea with great loss of life, can be seen in the Memorial Hall.

There are some lovely walks from Lynmouth, notably up the river gorge to Watersmeet where the National Trust have a shop and tea rooms

 


This is our second visit to the camp site and the weather was great the staff are very helpful the showers are very clean what more could you ask for when camping. Keep up the good work. Thanks Dawn Paul & Sam Gleed.

Dawn & Paul Gleed

A warm welcome awaits at Warcombe Farm!

My family and I are new to camping and having purchased our tent last Autumn we were itching to use it locally to try it out. We visited Warcombe Farm at the beginning of July and were so impressed with the site we have just returned from our third visit this summer.

We stayed for 7 nights on a Premier pitch overlooking the lake. The pitch was huge with hard standing for the car, private brick built BBQ and a picnic bench. The bathroom and toilet facilities are first class, maintained and cleaned to a very high standard.

The site offers a variety of pitches for all budgets and the views are spectacular whether you choose, sea views, countryside or lake you will not be disappointed. The site is very well managed by Mike and his team. The on site shop offers a great choice of essentials at competitive prices and the daily breakfast bakery orders are to die for.

All The staff at Warcombe are so helpful but a special big thank you goes to, Mike, Judith, Sally and Dave for making our first three camping trips so fantastic. Can't wait to see you all again in Easter!

Dean and Lisa