Dramatic Sea Views wherever you travel

Dramatic Sea Views wherever you travel


Wherever you travel around the North Devon coastline you are treated to dramatic sea views.

The north coast of Devon has both cliffs and sandy shores, and the county's bays host picturesque seaside resorts, fishing towns and villages. Generally hilly, North Devon has a low population density in comparison to many other parts of England.

Devon straddles a peninsula and so has two separate coastlines, on the Bristol Channel and Celtic Sea in the north, and on the English Channel in the south. The South West Coast Path runs along the entire length of both, around 65% of which is named as Heritage Coast, making North Devon ideal for a combination Walking/Camping holiday..

The island of Lundy can be seen off to the west on the horizon most days.


Excellent facilities and very friendly
Really enjoyed my stay here past weekend. We arrived at 7pm and were taken to our pitch by a friendly man in a golf buggy, the site is big so this was a great help. The shower/toilet facilities were the best I've seen at a campsite, really clean and spacious. There's an on-site takeaway which we didn't try as ate out in the nearby towns. 5 out of 5, will revisit!


I have just got back from a wonderful but a little bit rainy stay at Warcombe Farm. The staff were really kind and the toilet and shower area was fantastic (warm showers).

The drive down to Woolacombe is very short if you enjoy surfing, swimming, body boarding or just going to the beach. On site food was very nice, we ate from there twice in four days.

Overall a very good site and can advise it too anybody else. Oh and Warcombe Farm I will be back but next time bringing my friends to see the amazing facilities this site has to offer.

Tom Haggerty