Lee Bay

Lee Bay

 

Just two miles from Warcombe camping park, down Warcombe Lane, the village of Lee Bay, with a captivating sand and shingle beach. The bay is framed to either side by an imposing craggy coastline. Set in a wooded valley, Lee is a photogenic village, sometimes referred to as 'Fuchsia Valley', with most residents gardens having the shrubs in full bloom from summer through to autumn. Lee Bay really does deserve it's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty status.

There are some amazing walks in and out of Lee, coastal and heavily wooded in places

Bathers should be aware there are no lifeguards and the area is known for its strong currents. Yet at low tide, even in the height of the summer it remains a peaceful spot with its many rock pools and small sandy beach and the aroma of seaweed.

 


A very pleasant stay

From start to finish this was a wonderful friendly campsite. A friendly check in and shown to our pitch. We booked a sea view but I think they forgot to trim our hedge to see the sea but this didn't spoil our stay. I would definitely recommend staying here and will most definitely stay again. It's a nice quiet campsite so if you want to play loud music please look elsewhere. I also got a great deal on a camping lamp (thanks Sophie). All in all a lovely holiday and a lively friendly park. See you all again soon xx

Warcombe Farm Camping Park:
Thank you for your review regarding our park. We trim the hedges on a regular basis but we do try and enjoy the lovely wild flowers that grow on the banks around the park. We also delay a little when the birds are nesting. We look forward to seeing you and your family soon.

Wishy Bear

A marvellous time

Just got back. What a great site. The shower block is a good as it gets.

The tent pitches are spaced and landscaped to give a really nice atmosphere. The staff were really welcoming and helpful and it does have a great family atmosphere.

It is very likely we will go again.

How good was it?
Well we went for the first time with out 2 year old and had lousy weather, plus a tent we had never used before and yet had a marvellous time. Well worth a visit!

Gavin Naylor