The shops and pubs of Mortehoe

The shops and pubs of Mortehoe

 

The small village of Mortehoe, just a short walk downhill from the campsite, is a pretty stone built village mentioned in the Domesday Book.

The village offers several shops, tea rooms and three pubs, a quaint church and the Mortehoe Heritage Centre, beside the car park, which showcases the area's rich maritime history.

Mortehoe is also the ideal starting point for many of the scenic walks around our dramatic stretch of the North Devon coastline. Te village of Mortehoe is just inland from Morte Point itself.

 


Had a lovely albeit brief stay here and found the owners particularly welcoming, very competitive rates in the high season rivals another popular site we frequent on the Isle of Man although this one has far better facilities!

Steve & Jeanette

Great Destination

Just came back after a couple of nights camping and what a place Warcombe farm is! It has ticked all the right boxes. Pitch 221; lovely little spot, people friendly facilities, A1. Everything was well maintained and clean, staff were great and Glynns fishing tips were great. Had a cracking evening fishing, even the wife enjoyed it.

There is only one thing I would change and that would be for the shop to open a little earlier, as I'm an early riser and could of done with my coffee a bit sooner. Saying that we will definitely be back ..

Cheers all, Neil, Karen and Beth

Neil E