Lee Bay Beach

Lee Bay Beach

 

Lee Bay can be either a short drive or a moderate to healthy walk from Warcombe Farm Camping and Caravan Park.

The picture-postcard village of Lee itself straggles down the aptly named Fuchsia Valley to the sea below. It is a delightful place of old world cottages and a local pub, well known for craft ales and live music. The village shop is now housed within the Grampus pub too.

The pretty bay itself is very rocky, seaweed strewn, with areas of sand offered as the tide goes out. Rock pools abound

Designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with some breathtaking walks over the National Trust headland via Bull Point Lighthouse, Mortehoe and Woolacombe.

 


What a Cracker!!!

As a novice to campsites and caravans, I arrived slightly fearful of what lay ahead! My worries were gone in the first minute of arriving at this haven of calm and cleanliness!

The staff were SO helpful, smiling and kind. The showers and loos were beautifully kept and the pitches were homely, neatly kept and spacious.

The walks for the dog, right on the doorstep, were glorious and the shops supplied all we would need.

Minutes from the glorious Woolacombe beach and a lovely pub at Lee, we loved the whole experience so much we are booked to go back for two more weekends in September! Can't wait!!

Sharon D

Glad To See Glyn Again Whoop Whoop

We have again enjoyed another bank holiday week at this glorious site. Fantastic to see Glyn again, as helpful as usual and great with the kids. Everyone else was great, the site clean as always and a beautiful array of flowers. Thanks guys and Glyn especially x

Alfie Moon