This is one of our favourite campsites. We came here with a trailer tent (in torrential rain) in August 2008 and this year with a caravan. The bathroom facilities are amazing and there is a family bathroom with baby changing facilities. There's a good playground, albeit not really for toddlers, and great takeaway and a laundry, although we didn't use that so can't comment. My husband tried his luck on the fishing lake - he wasn't successful but others around him were doing well.
The site's well located for the area and Woolacombe beach and there are some good pubs just down the road in Mortehoe too. The site is extremely well looked after and mostly the pitches are really private, although we requested a hardstanding pitch but didn't feel this was a wise choice as we were really tucked away and the pitches aren't very generous. We also didn't have any grassed area around/on our pitch to sit out on.
It still remains one of our favourite sites and deserves its five stars but we'll try to choose our pitch more carefully next time.
Perfect in every way
This campsite was an oasis to stay at this summer, when we visited (2 adults 2 children under 4), following the tail end of Hurricane Bertha. The campsite staff are SO friendly, we were all so surprised at being greeted in such a friendly manner, taken to our private camping spot by a golf buggy.
The shower block is to be seen and experienced to be believed... the best ever for us. Bins are emptied like clock work, like everything else here, this is a well oiled machine of camping, everything has been considered... whether it is the cleanliness, kids park, fishing, sea views, private sheltered spots, or pick your own herbs from the boxes at reception... this is certainly gonna be a regular holiday site for us in years to come.