Combesgate Beach

Combesgate Beach

 

Combesgate Beach is smaller and more personal than her more famous neighbour, the beach at Woolacombe, yet this sandy cove is a fantastic choice for those who fancy a quiet summers day on the beach away from the crowds. The beach offers good swimming, surf and of course plenty of opportunity to make sand castles.

Please note that there are a number of steps leading down to the beach, so it's a good idea to travel light if you're going to visit this one. Surfing is good here, but only safe at low tide, as the rocks can be dangerous at other times.

 


Brilliant showers, and fantastic menu on the food take away service, very good value.

Sally Nock

Luxurious

This was a perfect site for me. Not too large and over crowded and in a perfect location for getting to the surf on Woolacombe Beach.

The site is very well maintained while managing to keep the rural feel. The shower and toilet block are in a league of there own and can only be described as luxurious. There is a combination of pitches from open plan to secluded plots surrounded by trees and shrubs for complete privacy if required.

At the end of the site they have their own woodland which makes for a great walk and has fantastic views out to sea.

The staff were very friendly and the food at their small take away was very welcoming after the journey down.

In my opinion it would be hard to find a better site than this for what we look for and for that it has gone to number 1 in my book.

Bevie