Private pitches separated by shrubbery

Private pitches separated by shrubbery

 

Many of our pitches are enclosed on three sides by Devon hedgerows and our own tree boundaries, offering both privacy and a break from the sea winds.

Many Devon hedges are important for wildlife, and while we keep them closely maintained, we tend not to cut them back when birds are nesting or other wildlife are making full use of them

Traditional hedges in Devon are different to those in other parts of the country. Devon hedges consist of an earth wall, faced with either turf or stone, on top of which hedge shrubs usually grow.

Important for wildlife for a number of reasons, they provide suitable habitat and cover for many plants, birds, insects and small mammals, they provide a rich food resource and they provide corridors between isolated habitats.

 


Excellent in every way
This site is one of the best camping and caravan sites you could hope for. It is quiet and peaceful but has a nice play area for children however the play area is at the top of the site and we didn't hear any noise. The toilet / shower blocks are large, super clean and very modern. Dryers and washing machines are all available.

Dogs are welcome and the site has a brilliant area to let your dogs off for a run. The shop is well stocked with fresh pastries in the mornings.

Local eateries have a mobile pizza, fish and chips and other take away foods available on site on different days from about 5pm (This starts at a specific time of year so ask before you book).

You do pay a little bit more for your hols here but it keeps certain type of people away that can ruin your holiday (you know the type I mean)

The staff are friendly and the grounds are kept clean and tidy.

No bar which for us is a plus point but local pubs are not far away.

If your looking for your main holiday and want some assurance of a top class site in the UK then I would recommend you pay a little more and go to Warcombe Farm.

Russell T

I have just got back from a wonderful but a little bit rainy stay at Warcombe Farm. The staff were really kind and the toilet and shower area was fantastic (warm showers).

The drive down to Woolacombe is very short if you enjoy surfing, swimming, body boarding or just going to the beach. On site food was very nice, we ate from there twice in four days.

Overall a very good site and can advise it too anybody else. Oh and Warcombe Farm I will be back but next time bringing my friends to see the amazing facilities this site has to offer.

Tom Haggerty