We came the 1st week of the school holiday's 2006. This was our 1st year staying at a new camp site. We have been to coming to Woolacombe for nearly 25 years as children and now as parents. The camp site was excellent, very clean with fantastic amenities. The weather was hot and we are hoping to have the same weather this summer please!!!!!!!
We stayed at Warcombe Farm over a frosty, frigid but sunny Easter weekend.
An excellent site with a large variety of pitches to suit most folks tastes and unit. We had pitch 236 (Water, EHU) which was at the bottom of the site with views of rolling Devon hills leading to the sea. For us these pitches suited our taste best, sheltered, quiet, private, scenic and in the summer I imagine very leafy. It is a bit of a walk from the facilities but not too far.
As has been said on here already the facilities are superb, the type you would find in a upmarket health club or gym. Consistently spotless, endless hot water and showers so good I nearly had to call for help as I could not drag myself out. We have two young children (2 and 4) and the family bath and shower rooms were very appreciated.
The warden / owner was friendly, helpful, chatty and efficient, we were quickly shown to the pitch, asked if it suited and then he checked up on us half an hour later to see if we were ok. As we left we had a follow up visit to check we had a good stay. Good service. Likewise they were very helpful with the booking and answered both my questions on the phone and further emails with prompt friendliness.
The site is very close to Woolacombe and Mortehoe. Woolacombe beach is utterly fabulous and a personal favourite. You can get away from the crowds very easily walking west for a 5-10 minutes towards middle beach where the dunes provide the back drop to the crashing surf. Great rock pools for kids and Dad to poke around in and maybe one of the best beaches for making sandcastles.