Coastal Walks

Coastal Walks

 

That so many TV shows have covered this section of the Southwest Coast Path, should be testament to the beauty that abounds.

'We arrived on a rather misty rainy afternoon, but the campsite more than made up for that! We had a very friendly welcome and after a walk through what we think is the best dog walk we have come across, headed through the woodland to a pub in the village of Lee, perfect!
There was entertainment that evening from Josh Doyle, an excellent singer who entertained in a canvas marque set up for one night only.
Great toilet and showers, spotless and with lovely under floor heating, hotelesque!!

When weather did clear what great views of the sea and a fab campsite with fishing lake.
Great location for walking the coastal paths or just a short drive to Mortehoe and Woolacombe.
We cant wait to return in our camper van to what is now one of our favourite campsites, thanks guys.' .. Ade and Adriana Farren

 


Just returned from a second stay it just gets better and better (not the weather) everyone very helpful, fantastic facilities 10/10. If you're looking for a base from which to explore North Devon it does not get any better than Warcombe Farm, we will be back very soon.

Northover

Clean, family site with some great pitches

This is a lovely camp site. The herb garden was a nice touch and of course the showers and toilets are the best you could get when camping. Most pitches offer a view or slight screening with shrubs. The more open areas do looked cramped. So check your pitch size and tent size before you book.

The down side is the WiFi is very hit and miss. And you have to pay for it.

The play area is good for children and well maintained.
The staff are helpful and friendly and have a welcoming smile.

The surrounding areas and beaches are outstanding and make this place a winner. Just wish I'd booked the sunshine!

Warcombe Farm Camping Park:
Thank you for taking the time to review our park which gives visitors a true idea of what is on offer here. Regarding the Wi-Fi, unfortunately we have a rural broadband network that does not enjoy the service and speeds that other lucky people enjoy with fibre-optic service. The cost of providing full coverage across a 15 acre park means it has to be a chargeable service. We hope that we get the upgrade that city dwellers are used to in the near future - until then we are at the mercy of what BT can provide our small village with! This gorgeous area has many beautiful places to see - we are so glad that you found and enjoyed some of the beautiful beaches and look forward to welcoming you to our park in the very near future!

Brooks