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.

 


Great Site and Staff

We visited the campsite for what was meant to be a weeks camping holiday. Due to a fault with our tent (it kept collapsing). Glynn a member of staff went above and beyond what was expected of him. He helped us take our tent down and pack everything away, he also liaised with the office who were also stars, to find us accommodation in a local B&B. Not to mention he looked after our trailer over night. I don't know what we would have done with out Glynn, he is a credit to Warcombe Farm Campsite.

We have since been back to have our weeks and can totally say this is the campsite to stay when visiting Woolacombe, North Devon

Poppy

This is a very slick campsite! We tend to go for a more rough and ready type of site usually so was a new experience for us.

We chose Warcombe because of the excellent facilities (we had 3 teenage girls in party who appreciated the lovely showers).

Great dog walking area where we also flew our kite. Lovely views of the sea from pitches near lower end of site.

Premium pitches a little regimented, but have bike racks and bbqs.

Worth the money if super showers are your priority, however I felt that Warcombe lacks the friendliness of smaller sites. Never seen so many satellite dishes!

Dawn