We are just a short drive away from the seaside town of Ilfracombe - pay a visit to Damien Hirt's statue of Verity at the end of the pier. We love it an d think it is a great asset! make up your own mind and have a lovely day out.
Cannot say anything bad - Both toilet and shower blocks very clean - Plots nice and roomy - Stoned Pizzas were nice - Enjoyed my early morning walks to Mortehoe via Mortehoe Station Road and Woolacombe via Sandy Lane - We also walked the coastal path into Ilfracombe and Woolacombe - There was a bit of unkind weather but got the tent up and down in the dry so no biggy
Warcombe Farm Camping Park: We are so glad you had a great stay at Warcombe - thank you very much for passing on your positive thoughts. The coastal walks are really lovely - glad you made the most of your stay here.
We hope you will be back again soon.
A little sun, a little rain...
6 nights at Warcombe Farm gave us chance to experience the site in sun and rain.
In the sunshine, the views were stunning, the dog walking area a holiday highlight and the nearby beaches a family favourite.
But this is England and inevitably the rain came... but the campsite consistently delivered everything described on their website... very clean, warm, spacious showers, a welcoming smile when buying our breakfast pastries each morning, the luxury of hot meals to order some evenings and a quiet nights sleep each night (aside from the rhythm of the rain!).
Wouldn't look anywhere else if we return to camp in this area again.