Just returned from a 4 day visit and would recommend this site. Booked online in the morning and arrived late, reception was shut so booked in with in the barman. Very friendly and directed us to field E and told us to pitch anywhere (non electric). There was plenty of space despite it being school holidays. Variety of places to pitch, by trees, up high with sea view, in middle of field, near or far away from facilities. Some of the electric pitches did look quite cramped. We had mixed weather from hot and sunny to thunder, lightening, wind and rain (basically all the bad bits of the bible) and the site didn't flood although wet under foot and the roads were like rivers. The slight bit of mud caused by cars was quickly coned off to stop it getting worse. Reasonable small shop, 25p to freeze blocks (their own), bar, very small pool, small kiddies play area. Next to golf course. 5 minute drive to Woolacombe beach. Lots of nice walks.
Although the site is quite small it has a big bonus of using the 3 other sites facilities for free. You can pay half the price of the other sites but still use their facilities. We went to Golden Coast and used their brilliant outdoor pool with two slides and their arcade. They also had lots of pay as you go facilities like water walkers, climbing wall etc.
We will definitely go back to this site if we want a surfing holiday and the weather looks favourable.
On arrival the 14:30 reception was not manned and had to make a call for the receptionist to arrive and book us in.
The site appears to be very tired and in need of updating considering this is a very expensive site its time for the profits to be allocated to bring the site up to date.
1 Pot holes and very uneven roads 2 Grass areas near camping areas need cutting 3 Very limited shop opening times 4 Broken temperature adjusters on shower BURNING HOT 5 Cafe very limited menu can't make chips the worst ever, frozen fish 6 If you visit the bar you can hear the TV but you can't watch it any where 7 Tiny swimming pool the deepest part 1. 3 mtrs. 8 Communal waste bins not emptied. 9 Antiquated and limited waste disposal.
We booked for 4 nights but left after 2. The web site lets you believe you are staying at a 5 star site, the truth is that Easewell Farm is a second rate camp site. Never again
Had an lovely 2 night break here - wonderful location - 5 min walk to Mortehoe Village ( 3 pubs, shop, lovely little beach ) It is a couple of miles from Woolacombe via the coastpath - very scenic walk.
The campsite runs a bus into Woolacombe on the hour.
Checking in seamless, very helpful, friendly staff - nice shop, clubhouse/bar, small indoor pool, although the campsite was full it was so peaceful at night, just how we like it
Our pitch was in `A 'field - it looked to be a little cramped on the other fields so I would ask for a pitch in this field again
We had one of their super pitches all serviced, lovely and spacious
Site very dog friendly, not allowed in bar, but that is normal
Not the cheapest of places but to be expected in peak season.
Woolacombe itself lovely -3 miles of beach, dog section at far end of beach, nice bars / restaurants -
We went to Easewell Farm for our camping trip in July/August 2012 with our dog, and it was one of the best campsites we've ever been to!
The toilet and shower block was great, and from where our pitch was, it wasn't a perilous trek to get up there, it took about a minute. Pretty much, all the facilities were all next to each other: Plate Washing, toilet block/shower block, reception, shop. We went in the pool a couple of times and it was a really good experience.
Our pitch had an electric hookup and was at a good and feasible distance from our tent. As luck would have it, we had the water supply at the end of our pitch, so it would take about 30 seconds to get up there.
As we had our dog with us, he needed exercise in the morning and the evening. The dog exercise area was fantastic.
Woolacombe Beach was a pleasant picturesque walk away from the Twitchen House campsite next to Easewell, which we took full advantage of. The views were beautiful.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, thank you! Back soon!
Have just returned from a week here on a hard standing pitch and I can genuinely say it was awful. The all weather pitches are basically row after row of gravel lines with tents and vans cramped together it was only by the skill of my husband that we managed to get our average sized tourer, awning and car on the pitch.
The only place to sit outside was in the road and I was able to touch the tent on the pitch next door through my bedroom window. Imagine a cramped travellers site or caravan storage depot and you get the picture.
The fields for tents looked lovely and I wish that we had bought the tent instead
The facilities were also not great. The swimming pools on all of the sites in the group are very small and all the flumes were closed at 3pm on a sunny Sunday afternoon We ended up taking 2 very disappointed children into the indoor pool at Golden Coast which was ok but the water was quite 'bitty' - not a pleasant experience!
In summary we visited all of the sites in this group and they all look tired and in need of a revamp, if you are expecting centre parks meets butlins think again, and don't be deceived as I was by the glossy website.
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