We stayed on 'A Field' and had plenty of room to pitch my HiGear Zenobia 6 tent (25ft long) with porch. I didn't go for electric hook-up, but it was available.
The dog friendly site has a bar (dogs allowed), free wi-fi, and an outdoor patio area attached for eating (can also eat inside). Inside the bar were TV's showing football, a pool table plus it had an old fashioned pub atmosphere.
A café that serves full English breakfast in the morning and bar meals/takeaways/fish and chip meals in the evening. I had a belly buster burger and my wife beef lasagne and it was superb and very modestly priced.
The swimming pool was small but clean and judging by the constant shrieks from the kids, very much enjoyed.
Other facilities include Laundry, shop, small amusement arcade and the usual chemical disposal and pot washing points. A small park/play area for kids (play equipment may be a bit big for toddlers). The toilet/shower block were very clean, with piping hot water and showers were free to use.
My only gripe is that it is a bit hilly and some pitches may slope. Most areas are flat such as 'C' & 'D' Fields but I would recommend asking for a 'flat pitch' if using a caravan.
Easy to find, easy to get about locally as a bus stops inside the campsite. Great value for money and a beautiful 10 minute walk to the sea (remember it's all going to be uphill on the way back! Lol)
Just spent 5 nights in our camper, thoroughly enjoyed it, the all weather pitches are of a good size with electricity point, water tap and a drain and within easy walking distance to the toilet block. The toilets were kept immaculate, as good as any of the 'club' sites, with good hot showers and plenty of washing sinks again with plentiful hot water, alongside the toilets on one side the washing up sinks (again really hot water) and on the other side the reception and shop. There is a bar, swimming pool (lovely and warm) and restaurant on site, all this set in a very picturesque area with easy reach towns & villages.
What a lovely campsite! We visited during the Easter break and were not disappointed.
After checking in (which was not in Reception, but in the bar, which on your first visit can be a little daunting), we were directed to our pitch. It was a lovely spacious pitch and nice and high up so you can over the fields to the coast.
We had a fabulous 6 night break and would have booked longer if we hadn't had to return because of other commitments. The staff were all very friendly and answered any questions we had, they made us feel really welcome. It is not one of those sites where you feel like you're an outsider because you're not a seasonal pitcher.
The location was lovely, especially because we like a good walk, the site is literally minutes from the Devon Coast Path, which typically of Devon is very up and down but has some breathtaking views. We walked in to Woolacombe, which took us about half an hour, we also walked to Lee which is a lovely cove covered in rock pools which took us about 40 minutes, then did the coast path on the way back.
The site on the whole was kept very clean and tidy, the pool was lovely and warm and the children's play area kept our 2 children entertained well. The toilet block was always clean, which I have to say I am extremely fussy when it comes to the toilet block, but I couldn't fault it.
My only negative review (and this is being ultra picky) is the bins by the picnic benches weren't emptied once during our stay and were overflowing. Also in the ladies changing room in the pool area there is a nappy bin which also smelt like it had not been emptied the whole time we were there, which is not very pleasant when you have to shower in there.
Just returned from a four day camping trip and absolutely enjoyed it, the site was great, the staff were friendly and welcoming. The showers were great and very clean. The site is one of four, and there was a bus that would run on the hour that would take you to each site which I thought was brill because each site had something different to offer. Easewell was the smaller site so a lot quieter than the others. There is a small play area for the children and a small indoor swimming pool. The on site shop was reasonably priced and stocked with essentials. I would definitely return.
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
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