Wet Suit Wash

Wet Suit Wash

 

Following up on suggestions from our guests, we have added a wet suit wash by the main shower block. Allowing you to rinse out the salt water from your wet suits after a days surfing or coasteering.

If you've ever thought about an adrenaline packed, coasteering trip to North Devon, there are a number of experienced companies around that can give you the benefit of their experience. Offering a progressive learning experience, with scary jumps, sea caves, and turbulent swims that guarantee to get your heart racing!

 


Pitches:
Mostly level, good mix of hookup and standard. Sizes were good (we have a Vango 800 DLX) and well marked. Some pitches amongst small trees and bushes but there is competition for these!

Staff:
Friendly, helpful and always around doing something – cleaning, mowing etc etc.

Facilities:
A small fishing lake sits in the middle of the site and was popular with anglers.
Absolutely the best hot showers I have ever come across. Very, very good washing, toilet, and washing up facilities.
The shop is on the small side and can quickly run out of essentials like bacon and eggs so go prepared.
The café looked ok but we didn’t use it.

For Children:
Good, new and well maintained play area, laid with bark, fenced and situated in the middle of the site. Walks are excellent so there is loads of space to run. This site is obviously popular with families and so there is no shortage of playmates.

Other:
This is the best site that I have stayed on in the UK. It’s situated in some beautiful countryside with great access to a lot of places. Walks from the site are good – one especially takes you down through fantastic woods to a small rocky beach with nice hotel and restaurant.

We were there with our 2 boys (3&6) and we would very definitely go back. There is no pool, no club etc etc and it is all the better for it. Book early – it was full when we arrived.

On the whole this is top of my SouthWest UK camp site list at the moment.

May B

Easter Camping

Stayed at Warcombe Farm for the first time over Easter for a week. What can I say, what superb sized camping pitches, superbly clean facilities, excellent location being far enough away for privacy and quiet location, but close enough to walk to Woolacombe if you fancy a 20-30 minute walk.

Staff friendly and helpful and park facilities ample for the children to enjoy. Will definitely return as the site in our opinion ticks all the boxes for a relaxing family holiday.

What I would say, and this isn't anything to do with Warcombe Farm, if you intend to walk to Woolacombe, which is lovely and then get a taxi back, ask the driver to go the short way as we and friends paid between £5 and £10 for the same trip. Thought I'd mention this as this was a little disappointing although Warcombe Farm had nothing to do with this, it is a consideration.

In conclusion, considering we walked passed the more commercial sites, we were more than pleased and satisfied we booked Warcombe and will return more and more now we have found a excellent North Devon location. Thanks to all that made the site so clean and appealing.

Warcombe Farm Camping Park:
Dear Fraser P, thank you for taking the time to review our park. We welcome your kind feedback regarding our facilities and staff. With regard to the price of a taxi from Woolacombe back to site, we would always suggest that you agree a price before taking the journey. We do hope to see you again soon. You could call Ezee Cabs, based in Woolacombe, for a price before booking.

Fraser P