Meadow Flowers

Meadow Flowers

 

We planted our wildflower meadow a few years ago, not only a beautiful area for the summer flowers, but it creates a cornucopia for the local wildlife, bolstering the surrounding countryside.

This patch of native wildflowers and meadow grasses provides habitat for pollinators including bees, birds, and other wildlife.

 


A lovely find

Recently stayed here for bank holiday, the place was one of the best sites we have stayed, it was absolutely spotless. Toilets, showers, laundry room, all excellent.

The pitch we had for our motor home was a very good size with both electric and water. We were even given a few tips from Glynn the guy who runs the site, a very nice and helpful gent will most definitely be back.

Georgia S

Ahhh - lovely Warcombe

We have stayed here twice with our family tent, each time we and our children have had a fab time.

The site has open areas, shady areas, hard-standings, hook ups and pure grass pitches. It has a shop, occasional food 'guest chef' evenings (such as BBQ seafood packs and stone oven pizzas) and gloriously nice facilities, including a bathroom, with a bath!

There is a great play area, fully fenced. Lots of friendly families with children and lots of variety in the other guests. We noticed a chap travelling with a bivvy tent and a motorbike, several retired couples, families of all ages and dispositions, people with vast, immense RVs and those with traditional caravan and awning combos. All muddling in together and getting on marvellously.

It is quite strict about noise, which we do like as we're an early-to-bed lot.

Near the beaches, especially Woolacombe.

You will need to book. Make a note of your favourite pitches and when you come back, you can ask for 'the one'.

Amy Ra