Stayed for 2 nights in September. Site very quiet with only a few pitches taken.
Site easy to find from main Woolacombe road. The road is a little bit narrow in places to reach the site but a couple of stopping places.
Upon our arrival we found the site looked really new and fresh - in good condition, good fencing, signage, well kept grass etc. Site is large and the top of the site (entrance and by the play area and reception) gives really nice panoramic views out over the sea.
Checked in and given a choice of pitches. We were taken personally to our pitch and advised about fire points, dog walk, etc by the bloke on the buggy. Our pitch (243) was enormous, probably the biggest pitch we've ever had in 7 years of touring, so much so that you probably could have fitted 2 motorhomes very easily onto our pitch. Good hardstanding, with light bollard, water, EHU, very sturdy picnic bench and brick BBQ point. It was sheltered on 3 sides by grass/shrubs and trees - we had no view down on pitch 243 but that did not bother us as we were a short walk from the dog walk and the lower toilet block.
If you want sea views you are better off going to the top of the park. Grass pitches start from pitch 1 (near entrance) and then you get to hard standing pitches on the terraces. Terraced hard standing row 42-49 pitches also give sea views but as you go higher up in pitch numbers the lower down the park you will go (and the less of the view). If you don't mind being exposed, which will be the case towards the park entrance these are the best 'view' pitches. If you want more sheltered and private pitches these are down past the lake and towards the dog walk area (right at the bottom of the site), there are no sea views on these pitches but they are very sheltered and some have hedging. Pitches do vary in size and style so it's best to enquire when booking but the fully serviced ones down the bottom half (past the lake) are huge.
The dog walk was also huge (14 acres) with lovely views out over the coast. Warcombe Farm have been very generous with their dog walk which is big plus for us as they only charged 50pence per dog which is amazing seeing as other sites really do take the mickey with the dog charging and providing next to nothing for dogs so well done Warcombe Farm on this!
Toilets and showers - hotel style in quality, we'd really seen nothing like this on past sites. Dark granite style colours of doors/cubicles with swanky shelves in the showers instead of hooks. They were spotless, everything was gleaming and very very posh. Lovely tiled floors with underfloor heating. In our block was a laundry room, disabled bathroom and family room with a bath and baby changing table. The small niggles I have with this site come from the shower/loo block:
The toilet cubicles are quite small in the ladies (for those of us who are curvy) which was made worse with a very large toilet roll dispenser on the side wall encroaching into your space when sat on the loo (really annoying), why can't sites put these on the back wall behind you? And then the obligatory sanitary waste bin one side of the loo. There are loads of toilet cubicles, I think they would have been better to maybe decrease the loo's by 3-4 cubicles and then had more room overall but as I said these are 'my' minor niggles!
The showers, very posh but : the main light in the toilet block works on a sensor and the light went off when I was showering and would not come back on (despite me moving), thankfully I showered in the day so had some light coming in but I would not have liked this at night. There is no shower curtain (a bugbear of mine). The tiles are a little bit slippery underfoot when wet. The shower works on sensor also (so will stop every so often) and you cannot change the temperature and I did find it a bit overpowering with a hot shower and hot floor (underfloor heating) so I couldn't wait to get out of the shower block for some fresh air! Maybe the site needs to review when and how hot they need the underfloor heating on as in a sunny September I don't think it was needed to be on. That said these things may not bug other campers but for me despite the shower block being amazing to look at it was not 100% perfect.
To sum up, very nice, well kept and well managed site in a lovely location. Ideal for exploring all of the North Devon coast and attractions. Recommended for families, dog owners who like modern/clean facilities within a short drive of Woolacombe.
Very good, like the toilets/bathroom and will be coming back soon