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.

 


Wonderful site - immaculate facilities

An absolutely lovely site, lots of varied pitches from no electric up to super pitches with electric, water, waste and picnic table. The dog walk was stunning, it was huge with fab views a must even if you don't have a dog. Fishing on site and the facilities were stunning - underfloor heating and clean.

Well stocked, reasonably priced shop and friendly wardens. Don't think you could ask for more. As for the previous comment regarding rules - it's great to go to a site that actually upholds its rules, most just pay lip service to them.

Thanks for a lovely week.

Helen F

Stayed at Warcombe farm recently for 3 nights. It was fabulous and the best camp site I have ever stayed on. Extremely helpful and friendly staff and have thought of everything campers could need. Lovely size pitch with sea view. Definitely will be returning O:-)

Denise Dicks