A perfect camp site for families

A perfect camp site for families

 

At Warcombe Farm Camping Park we try to offer all the key ingredients for you to have the most fantastic and memorable family camping holiday. With a blend of stunning coastal scenery, seaside fun, rural tranquility - it's not hard to see why our guests often return year after year.

Our campsite is nestled between the villages of Mortehoe, Lee and Woolacombe, and is close to the town of Ilfracombe. With outstanding panoramic sea views it is a perfect site for families looking to be caravanning and camping in North Devon. The nearby beautiful coastal paths and Exmoor National Park are full of natural treasures, and local villages offer an inviting welcome to all.

With pitches clearly marked, some separated by fences or shrubbery, it encourages campers to get the most out of their own space and privacy. You will be at at least 6m away from other campers which is ideal when camping with kids, so that you're not constantly on edge trying to keep them talking in hushed tones for fear of upsetting your neighbour.

The camp site is an area of 19 acres with an adjoining field of 14.5 acres. We have extensively planted trees and have areas where grass and wild flowers are left untouched and are allowed to flourish. This attracts a huge diversity of wildlife that you may spot during your stay at Warcombe Farm. And of course there is plenty of space for children to explore and to run freely.

 


I have used this site for years and have watched it tastefully evolve into a first class site with lovely facilities yet not over-exploited. It is well run, friendly and amidst beautiful surroundings with care in preserving nature and human harmonisation. I will be there for certain in 2006 (asap)

Chris Evans

Large site, 100+ pitches. Has its own fishing lake and a lot of space for kiddies to play and run around.

We went in the middle of the summer holidays, which was brave as we do not have children. The site operates a good policy of no children playing after about 9pm and this was adhered to while we were there.

Overall, the site was excellent and would recommend it as a good base for the north of Devon.

DeeDee