Warcombe Farm Camping Park
Warcombe Farm Camping Park is a lovely, well-maintained park featuring panoramic views of the sea and the surrounding Devon countryside.
The park is located just 1½ miles from the golden sands of Woolacombe beach. It is also near the Exmoor National Park. Warcombe Farm Camping Park makes a great base for exploring the many attractions of North Devon.
Warcombe Farm Camping Park has 5-star facilities that are kept pristinely clean. They feature amenity blocks that include underfloor heating. They have family rooms, disabled facilities and a baby changing area. The park's staff works hard to keep Warcombe immaculately clean. They welcome guests and want them to get the most of their stay at the park.
The park has a wide variety of pitches available including grassy standard pitches and their new Premier pitches. Each Premier pitch comes with a large area for camping, a barbeque stand, a picnic bench and full services. Warcombe will talk you through the options so that you can choose the best option for you. Guest can relax in wonderful surroundings, enjoy the western sunsets and revel in the peace and beauty of Warcombe Farm Camping Park.
A central point of the park is a fishing lake. The park is teeming with wildlife. It attracts a wide variety of birds including buzzards, waterfowl and sometimes kingfishers. They keep the lake stocked with carp, rudd, roach and tench. It makes great sports for fisherman.
Warcombe Farm Camping Park has a young woodland that creates a great place for fun ball games. Guests can wander through the trees and access the coastal paths that lead to Lee Bay and Bull Point lighthouse. Your children will love the site's play area with has swings and the "flying fox." Warcombe Farm Camping Park has won a David Bellamy Gold Award for their efforts to promote wildlife habitats on their park.
Nearby are the local villages of Woolacombe and Mortehoe which feature shops and pubs that have excellent food and real ales. They have great local produce and clotted cream tea that you can enjoy as you take in amazing views. Woolacombe Bay's beach is great for family days out as well as surfing. You can hire surfing equipment and take surfing lessons there. In Mortehoe guests can walk on their many footpaths around Morte Point. They have Mortehoe Museum where you can read about the history of the village and view great crafts that have been made by the local villagers.
There are also some National Trust properties nearby that guests can visit. One is Arlington Court which is a great property with superb grounds that surround an interesting historical home.
Travelling further from the park leads to a wide variety of attractions that will suit all tastes. Families will enjoy the Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, Exmoor Zoo and the Big Sheep. The Milky Way Park is a great place to visit no matter what the weather. The famous village of Clovelly, the National Park, the valley of rocks, Heddon's Mouth and Hunters Inn are all quiet and unspoilt places to visit. The coastal towns of Illfracombe and Combe Martin offer much to see and do. You can try sea fishing or sail to Lundy Island, which is an amazing wildlife haven. The harbour at Illfracombe is a fun place to visit. You can watch the boats, take a trip or just enjoy browsing the shops.
Even further away is the extremely popular Eden Project which is a spectacular venue that everyone can enjoy. The city of Exeter has a lovely cathedral and a wide range of shops.
The park staff is happy to provide advice and directions to guests. They want you to experience a happy holiday in North Devon surrounded by natural beauty. They hope that you will stay with them soon at Warcombe.
Warcombe Farm Camping Park