Run by the Fletcher Family, this quiet and intimate campsite is all about peace and tranquility, listening to the calming sounds of the countryside and valley that surround Newberry Farm. With pitches in small paddocks adjacent to a two-acre lake (stocked with coarse fish), secluded woodland walks and meadows, there are plenty of opportunities to relax here and soak up the stillness.
Heated toilets with wash basins and shower rooms even include a family bathroom for those who prefer a soak in the bath to a quick shower. There is also a laundry room and dishwashing room, and all these facilities are centrally located within the park, so that you won't have far to walk, wherever you're pitched.
This family-run site is one of the best campsites in Devon, located a short distance east of Exmoor, is a haven for wildlife, so do look out for owls, buzzards, badgers, foxes and deer during your holiday. Elsewhere on the site you’ll find a shop stocking the essentials.
Make this your base for your tent camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Devon and you'll be able to explore the spectacularly rugged North Devon coastline and idyllic sandy beaches near Combe Martin.
Visit Ilfracombe to see this grand old Victorian seaside resort and harbour, which manages to combine gentility with dramatic cliffs and natural beauty. Marvel at the famous old tunnels down to the beach. In Victorian times men and women were strictly segregated for bathing, and they had a tunnel each, to different parts of the beach, to protect their modesty.
Go walking on Exmoor during your holiday, and see how many wild Exmoor ponies, goats, foxes, buzzards and red deer you can spot.
If you're out for a drive along the Exmoor coast, visit the beautiful Victorian seaside town of Lynton for fabulous sea views, great tea rooms and shops. Then take the cliff railway down to its twin town, Lynmouth, far below. Watch out for the seagulls as you stroll around the tiny Lynmouth Harbour, since they can spot a sandwich at 200 yards! Visit The Valley of the Rocks, too, with its wild goats, wild Exmoor ponies and unique rock formations. There's a great tea room and plenty of parking here, too.
The site’s location in Combe Martin impressed readers of Practical Caravan and Practical Motorhome magazines so much that they voted it into the Top 100 Sites Awards 2014.
Here are a few of the comments that readers made on their voting forms. "Newberry Valley Park is the best and cleanest campsite we have ever stayed on. The location is brilliant if you want to visit Ilfracombe, Barnstaple and Saunton Sands, which are all amazing."
"The pitch was spacious, the site so well-kept, the views exceptional and the facilities clean all the times we used them. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable."
"The standard of the facilities is absolutely first-class and the staff are friendly, cheerful and good-natured."
"The green, peaceful setting was wonderful. The nearest town, Combe Martin, was easily accessible by foot and by car."
Newberry Valley Park Caravan Park was also in the Top 100 Sites Awards 2013. Here are some comments from readers at that time. “Combe Martin is a lovely town,” said one visitor, “and it is very dog-friendly, too”. Back on site, you said that “the facilities were some of the best that we have used”, and that the “site’s fishing lake was well-stocked”.
Combe Martin is indeed a beautiful spot to visit in Devon and if you'd like to know more places to go and things to do in North Devon, please see Practical Caravan's Travel Guide to Caravan Holidays in Devon http://www.practicalcaravan.com/caravan-travel-guides/28039-devon. There is also a Practical Caravan Guide to North Devon http://www.practicalcaravan.com/caravan-travel-guides/29679-north-devon.
We hope you enjoy your holidays at the award-winning Newberry Valley Park Caravan Park.