Lee Bay

Lee Bay

 

Just two miles from Warcombe camping park, down Warcombe Lane, the village of Lee Bay, with a captivating sand and shingle beach. The bay is framed to either side by an imposing craggy coastline. Set in a wooded valley, Lee is a photogenic village, sometimes referred to as 'Fuchsia Valley', with most residents gardens having the shrubs in full bloom from summer through to autumn. Lee Bay really does deserve it's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty status.

There are some amazing walks in and out of Lee, coastal and heavily wooded in places

Bathers should be aware there are no lifeguards and the area is known for its strong currents. Yet at low tide, even in the height of the summer it remains a peaceful spot with its many rock pools and small sandy beach and the aroma of seaweed.

 


I have used this site for years and have watched it tastefully evolve into a first class site with lovely facilities yet not over-exploited. It is well run, friendly and amidst beautiful surroundings with care in preserving nature and human harmonisation. I will be there for certain in 2006 (asap)

Chris Evans

This was my first venture into camping 'tent'. I was trying to impress the Mrs as she was a 'hotel only' holiday type of lady, after visiting Warcombe she was converted. Top class facilities, This is 5 star in my rating. Get in early for the food, big queues... it's that good. Will be purchasing a caravan hopefully to site at Warcombe. 10/10

Gavin Brooks