Sheep grazing on Morte Point

Sheep grazing on Morte Point

 

The Southwest Coast path running from Lee to Morte Point and on to Woolacombe, you should be prepared for a roller-coaster of a walk in places and to have your breath stolen away in others just by the views.

In a few sections there are strenuous flights of steps leading in and out of the valleys on the way, as you make your way towards the lighthouse at Bull Point. The path is well signposted. At the beach at Rockham Bay, though there a few steep steps down to the beach, you can spend a little time cooling your feet when the tide is right. From here the coast path runs along the ancient slate bedded and jagged ridge towards Morte Point.

Head back inland to take the opportunity to explore Mortehoe, a pretty place with places to eat, Mortehoe is just slightly inland from the coast path. All perfect for a Devon walking holiday.

 


We have just come back from our first visit and it really is a fantastic place. The layout of the site makes it different and special; the shower block is superb and the staff were so friendly. The nearby woodland walk is also a great feature for families and dog walkers alike. We definitely hope to visit again.

Jerry and Pam Dain

4 glorious sunny days

Have just returned from Warcombe Farm having spent 4 glorious sunny days. Stayed on one of the new premier pitches which are absolutely enormous. It was not only fully serviced but also included a picnic table and brick built BBQ.

The staff were the friendliest and most helpful I have come across at any site, and the family bathrooms are better than most 5 star hotels. This site must surely be one of the best if not the best in the whole of the UK.

There's an excellent pub at the top of the lane and only a short drive away is Woolacombe with its stunning beach, shops, pubs and restaurants. Forget giving this site a 5 star rating it deserves a 6!

Steve Newport