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.
The facilities on this site are second to none, immaculate, spacious, practical and plentiful. The pitching areas are ultra large and generously spaced, our pitch did slope slightly which meant we had to pitch side on, but this was not a significant problem.
If you enjoy walking the far end of the site links up with public footpaths to Mortehoe, Ilfracombe and Woolacombe.
If you should walk into Ilfracombe on a Bank Holiday be sure to reserve your strength for the return journey because a taxi (Ilfracombe Taxis) will set you back 19 pounds for a 3 mile trip.
Well worth a stay if you don't mind a short drive to the beach.
Couldn't fault it
Visited here for one night to try camping with my two boys, husband and puppy. The campsite is very close to Woolacombe, which is a 5 minute drive away. We were directed to our pitch by a friendly staff member and told about all the dos and don'ts.
Out pitch could of fit 3 family tents and it was enclosed which was great with a puppy on the loose.
Toilets and showers were a short walk away and were absolutely lovely. Cleaned to perfection.
The site has a fishing lake and children's park. It wasn't busy and was ideal for a first time camping experience. There was loud music playing until 10 (not the camp sites fault) but we dealt with that as we understand people are on holiday. Price for 1 night was £25 having no experience with camping I guess that's average. Highly recommend as this place is clean, friendly and spacious.
Warcombe Farm Camping Park: Thank you, Melissa for your lovely review! We always try and sort out any problems such as noise straight away as there is always somebody on call to help. We hope you will visit again soon!