Fishing Success

Fishing Success

 

The experienced angler with the one that Didn't get away

 


Superb

This is a first class campsite. The pitches are of a very good size and well spaced out.

The site is very clean and tidy, wash-rooms always of a high standard, bins etc. emptied many times throughout the day, grass and general site very well kept.

Plenty of friendly staff on hand to help, a well stocked shop if a little too small and opens a little late at 8. 30am.

My only gripe would be the WiFi - unless you are pitched very close to a mast or you are right at the top end of the park, don't bother buying it - the signal was poor and we couldn't use it after paying £24. I complained but you are told to contact the provider - apparently they are just the middle man and could not give a refund. I found this a bit naughty as they are the ones selling it and I certainly was not the only one to complain so they are fully aware there is a problem!
All in all this is a 5* site.

Warcombe Farm Camping Park:
Thank you very much for your review and kind words - glad you enjoyed the park. Regarding the Wi-Fi we have had very few problems until peak season - at times the volume of users had suddenly peaked and some customers experienced connection difficulties. As a result we have paid to upgrade the site coverage and this has helped. One thing to bear in mind is that our rural broadband network does not have the speeds that city users with Fibre-optic lines are used to. We give out a leaflet explaining this as well as contact details for the provider and it seems these steps have helped.
We hope you will stay at Warcombe again soon.

JK White

What a great place

Just finished a weeks holiday at this park with family and friends, and I must say what a great place.

Lovely park, very clean and the staff are very friendly. The toilets and showers are superb and plenty of hot water. All in all a great place to camp.

There is also a lovely very well stocked pool for the fisherman and also at the far end of the park there are some birds of prey in a large aviary, can't wait to return

Matt Hopwood