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Visitor Reviews - Warcombe Farm Camping Park

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Warcombe Farm Camping Park
Station Road
Mortehoe
Woolacombe
Devon (North)   (Browse area)
EX34 7EJ   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01271 870690

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Pitches: 250
Open: March To October

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 131 Reviews
              8/10 from 131 Reviews


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Reviews:  131 in total, now showing 1 to 6                 Previous 6          Next 6
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Date of Visit: March 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Sheiladore 3 reviews from this member

Summary A Very Good camp site, superb facilities.

We stayed here in a caravan for a 4 night rally with the Caravan Club. A very friendly and helpful site manager made us welcome and was very willing to ensure the rally went well. This is a large well laid out site, there are several types of pitch some fully serviced, some tucked away closer to nature. There is a small lake at the center of the site giving an nice outlook to many pitches. Pitches are large and many luxurious, with their facilities including BBQ stands and picnic tables. There are two superb facilities blocks with family bathrooms and underfloor heating.

The dog walk is superb. We could not fault the site.

There is a bus stop outside, good walks from site and a cycle track to Ilfracombe (why would you want to go there).

Date of Visit: March 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Andybeeuk 4 reviews from this member

This was the first site we went to with our Motorhome for a shakedown weekend. We had a few teething problems with our purchase and the site wardens couldn't have been more helpful. We visited mid March and the site was quiet as you would expect. We chose this site because of the fantastic reviews and everything about this site is spot on. The shower and toilet blocks were immaculate. I could imagine staying in the summer for a week and the site being able to cope very well if full.

Try the freshly baked goodies that are on offer from reception for you to collect at 9am each morning. Pans au Chocolate, fresh scones and baguettes! And fantastic!

We will return at some point in the future. :-)

Date of Visit: July 2013 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: PlanetIndigo 3 reviews from this member

We stayed at Warcombe Farm at the end of July 2013 for a week. We chose a premier pitch and was allocated 238 which is at the bottom of the site. The pitch was surrounded on three sides by an established hedgerow providing us with a lot of privacy which is quite different to those at the top end of the site. I couldn't fault the pitch, it was huge (we have a Vango Maritsa 700 with front extension and still had lots of room) and having a water tap for our personal use was great.

As all the other reviews have said the main shower block was first class. Larger than average shower cubicles and a shelving unit allowed for safe and dry storage of clothes and toiletries to prevent the need for multiple bags to contain everything! The heated floor was heated enough to ensure the tiles weren't cold.

The site is a great location and we walked to Morte Point and Lee Bay and took day trips to Woolacombe, Ilfracombe and Lynmouth. There is plenty to see and do around this part of Devon, so much that we didn't fit everything in. That's fine though as we will definitely be revisiting and staying again at Warcombe Farm.

There's nothing I can fault this campsite for. It would be nice to see an undercover area to sit/eat so the food purchased from the visiting vans can be eaten at the top of the site even in the rainier days.

Would definitely recommend Warcombe Farm.

Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Scoobabee 11 reviews from this member

Our second visit to this site this year and comments are much the same as our May visit. It is an excellent site but your are paying for the quality.

Some of the sites visitor's do not seem to respect the excellent facilities particularly the family washrooms. On each visit we had to clean up after the previous occupants by putting their litter in the bins which ARE provided and sweeping the water/soap and hair off the wetroom floor and down the drain with the mop which is provided. So come on camper's leave the wet rooms as you wish to find them.

One point for the site would be the new buffets which have replaced the timber benches in the family wet rooms are not really big enough for keeping a families stuff off the wet room floor which might lead to the coat hooks on the door being overloaded and broken.

We do like this site and will be back again.

Date of Visit: July 2013 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Ady 487 1 review from this member

We booked Warcombe Farm as a last minute break for 3 families. This campsite is amazing. When booking the reception couldn't have been more helpful.

As in all of the other reviews left on this site the toilet block, showers and family bathrooms are great. They are brilliantly fitted out and very clean.

The whole campsite was really clean, tidy and very well run with also a great children's play area on site.

The campsite is very well set out with larger than average pitches and some of these are very private and all have planting in between to give some privacy.

We loved this campsite and the area, and would definitely visit again. Couldn't fault it at all.

Date of Visit: July 2013 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Tony100la 4 reviews from this member

Our first stay at this site and will not be our last, Wonderfull facilities, showers, toilets, wash basins, all clean and never had to queue even in this high season period. We had a nice pitch (145) at the bottom of the site which was more sheltered, it was the perfect size for our 8 berth khyam tent and we had a gravel area to park the car. The staff were friendly very helpful and hard working even emptying waste bins at 10:30pm!. The shop although small seemed to have everything that you need at very reasonable prices (even the wine!), we liked the fact that you could order rolls and pastries for collection in the mornings. The fishing lake is very good, my son and I had a couple of very productive afternoons catching many fish, we took our own tackle but you can hire it from the shop, bait, just a can of sweetcorn. There is a large kiddies paly area at the top of the site by reception.

There are several visiting mobile food vans which visit the site throughout the week, when we arrived on saturday after setting up we thought we would go into town for some fish & chips, as we were tired and a fish & chip van was on site on saturdays we dubiously thought we would try it. Turns out the food was better than many established shops we have bought from! please try it!. There was also a pizza company making fresh pizzas to order but on the night we were going to try it there was heavy rain and they did not have any form of shelter so it looked a bit caotic so we gave it a miss.

The site is easy to find and only a couple of miles from Woolacombe, parking is expensive there, the main beach car park is privatly owned, it costs 7 for the whole day but if you leave before 1pm it is only 4, arriving after 4pm is 3. There is another large car park 200m up the road which charges 6 per day.

We had a very nice sunday carvery at the Fortescue Arms which is left out of the site for about half a mile then right at the T junction. We also discovered another restaurant called Cooks Island which is on the way to Ilfracoombe very reasonable good food but VERY busy booking advisable.

So to sum we really enjoyed our stay at this park and will be going back next year for two weeks.

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