First time at fishing

First time at fishing

 

The joy of catching that first fish whilst on their camping holiday.

Some Guest comments regarding fishing on their holiday in North Devon..

Fishing is available too which was great, as you could hire the rod and basic kit from the on-site store. One of the wardens - Glyn, I think, was really helpful and showed the children how to fish and nothing was to much trouble for him. We joined up with two other families and really enjoyed ourselves. All of the facilities were excellent, clean and tidy.

We would especially like to thank Glynn for his assistance when setting up for fishing. This was our kids first time fishing and we ended up catching over 30 fish that day.

Special thanks to both Dave and Glyn for all their kind help and advice. Glyn is a fishing expert and you'd be wise to listen to his advice. We caught about 70 fish in the well stocked lake.

You get private access to the lake so can fish right next to your van. the weekend was designed around fishing which turned out to be very successful ! Any keen fishers give it a go, the lake is flooded with carp and tench and we caught about 50 carp over the 2 days. (They love crab paste pellets) the toilets and showers where spotless and modern.

 


Setting off to Warcombe for another family weekend tomorrow ... can't wait!! We love the site, owners and all the staff.

Beverley Netley

A little sun, a little rain...

6 nights at Warcombe Farm gave us chance to experience the site in sun and rain.

In the sunshine, the views were stunning, the dog walking area a holiday highlight and the nearby beaches a family favourite.

But this is England and inevitably the rain came... but the campsite consistently delivered everything described on their website... very clean, warm, spacious showers, a welcoming smile when buying our breakfast pastries each morning, the luxury of hot meals to order some evenings and a quiet nights sleep each night (aside from the rhythm of the rain!).

Wouldn't look anywhere else if we return to camp in this area again.

Grouse