Enjoying the tide coming in at Woolacombe

Enjoying the tide coming in at Woolacombe


Lizzie having a splash at Woolacombe. Woolacombe Beach is a large sandy beach, with a few little shops and eateries. Sections of the sands are dog friendly whilst giving those without pets their own part of beach without the hassle of excited dogs.


Our week at Warcombe Farm

What a great camp site!!! Recently stayed at Warcombe again and had a fantastic holiday. Glyn was a great help throughout and especially with his fishing tips 'marshmallows ssssh don't tell anyone'.

The site was in perfect condition, clean and well kept. The shower and toilet block kept to a very high standard will be back next year!

Sue and Rob Stone

Sue and Rob Stone

Have only been camping three times and although we only have one other site to compare it with, I think Warcombe Farm is the Hilton of camp sites. It's beautifully kept and there's plenty of pitch space.

The staff are really lovely and the facilities are fantastic. The loo and shower areas are kept to a very high standard and they're so warm due to the under floor heating. Well posh!

The site owners make it clear to all visitors their rules regarding noise so you're guaranteed a good nights sleep. We went with friends who own a dog and even the pooches have it made when it comes to their doo-doos!

A visit to Lee Bay is a must. You can walk there from the campsite via the woodland walk. Leave the car behind, get yourself an OS map and trot off! On a sunny day it couldn't get much better and there's a lovely pub in Lee village that does great food.

We, and our friends Emma and Neil (who've also written a review) have become very protective of Warcombe Farm. You almost don't want to tell anyone about it because it may mean that everyone will visit and we might never get a pitch again!

There's only two downsides. One, you can't rely on the weather and two, is having to leave Warcombe Farm to come home again.

Dave and Penny