Visit Devon and stay at Warcombe Farm Camping Park, a five-star holiday destination found on the coast, between the popular towns of Ilfracombe and Woolacombe, in the picturesque North Devon Heritage Coast region. The park is open from the middle of March until the end of October every year.
Guests with touring caravans, motorhomes, campervans and tents are welcome to stay at Warcombe Farm Camping Park, and a wide range of pitch options are available for those looking to stay here – in fact, there are 260 pitches to choose from at the site.
The most basic option is a standard pitch with no hook-up, while a large standard pitch is also available. The next level of pitch is the serviced pitch, which has an electric hook-up – large versions are available. The park then has a 'pitch plus', the equivalent of a fully serviced pitch with electric, water and drainage hook-ups. Finally, there are super pitches and premiere pitches. Both options are extra-large pitches with water, drainage and electric hook-ups, as well as a gravel car parking space, while the premiere option also has a picnic bench, a barbecue stand and, in some cases, a cycle rack.
No matter what pitch type you select, there are some great facilities here for all guests. There's a clean and modern amenities block with the luxury of underfloor heating, and it houses showers, toilets, basins, washing up points and a small laundry. There is also a chemical waste disposal point and a Calor Gas exchange service, while the reception area at Warcombe Farm Camping Park doubles as a well-stocked shop and a tourist information area, perfect for guests looking to plan their day out in Devon and beyond. In addition, Wi-Fi is available across the site, plus there is a large, fenced children’s play area.
There is also a private fishing lake found on-site at Warcombe Farm Camping Park which is a favourite among guests that return to the park, with fishing equipment hire available as well as 'fisherman’s pitches' that offer direct access to and impressive views across the lake.
The park is filled with young trees and woodland, and a walk through these offers a charming experience on the way to joining the South West Coast Path, which is a great way to see this area.
The small seaside resort of Ilfracombe is just a 10-minute drive away. With plenty of shops, restaurants, cafes, tearooms, bars and a petrol station, it is a handy place to have nearby on your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Devon. There is also the town of Woolacombe with its dazzling beach that's a five- to 10-minute drive from this campsite, again full of the essentials – it is also a great place if you'd like to try surfing!
Many people come back time and again for their motorhome, camping and caravan holidays in Devon and with the beautiful beaches, dramatic cliffs and the luscious landscape of the region, it is not hard to understand why.
From Warcombe Farm Camping Park you can explore the Exmoor National Park, a large, hilly area of moorland that covers parts of North Devon and also Somerset. This is a great region for walking, whether gentle ambling or energetic hiking takes your fancy, while you can also see the area on bike or horseback. A drive to the top of Porlock Hill, about an hour from this campsite, is thoroughly recommended, as the views across the coast will leave you speechless.
So pitch here at Warcombe Farm Camping Park and enjoy the best this region has to offer.
Motor home waste disposal unit
dog walking area
tourist information point
ice pack freezing facilities
We are only 1 1/2 miles from the golden sands of Woolacombe and many other small beaches that will appeal to families and those seeking surf action. Enjoy our lovely sunsets and the beauty of the Exmoor National Park. The tarka cycle trail is right outside our gate!
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West Midlands 23 Jul 2006
This site is a great up and coming site they are doing a lot of work with a great dog walking area which has been planted with hundreds of trees, the shop is adequate and their is a good selection of hot food available to takeaway or eat at one of the outdoor tables, the fishing pool is a good size and fishing equipment is available to hire.
Toilets/Showers: The best I have ever seen.
The tent area is very different with little alcoves where you can pitch 1 tent and others where a few can be pitched together with shrubs and trees separating them.
The children's play area is very good and to make sure people near to it can sleep it is not allowed to be used after 10pm.