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.

 


Good site, very reasonably priced too. The new shower block is amazing although they could do with an extractor fan as it got extremely hot and steamy.

We stayed when the weather was very bad and the site did get quite water logged and muddy where everyone drove to and from the toilets. The first half of the site is very exposed to the weather and has a great view, past the lake there are some trees and bushes to shelter you.

It's very close the to both Mortehoe and Woolacombe beach.

We will be going back again next year we had a great time despite the bad weather.

AJ Smith

Fab campsite, excellent facilities and a nice atmosphere

Laureen Wardle