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.

 


stunning campsite

We have just returned from a weeks stay at Warcombe farm, it is by far the best campsite we have stayed on in the 7 years we have been camping. A beautiful site, very well maintained, lovely clean and warm showers and plenty of them, never had to queue, a shop that sells lovely fresh rolls, pastries etc. but get there early, they go very quickly!

5 min drive to Woolacombe bay or you can walk which we also did, about half hour each way but a steep climb back. We pitched at far end of site near to the meadow (pitch 212), a massive pitch, just a few mins walk to the toilets etc., if you prefer to be away from the main area like we do then this area is perfect.

Our 3 kids, age 12 and twin girls age 10, had a fab time, we hardly saw them in the evenings as they played at play park and made lots of friends. The zip wire is brilliant!!!

Very relaxing break and thoroughly enjoyed it... will be back next summer!! thanks Warcombe farm, fab staff to, very helpful.

Moonbaby

Wonderful Campsite

Fantastically well looked after grounds and very friendly and helpful staff. Shower and wash facilities were clean and spacious. Site is a bit out on its own, but a local taxi gets you to either Woolacombe or Mortehoe quickly and easily enough.

Andy H