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Visitor Reviews - Widdicombe Farm Touring Park

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Widdicombe Farm Touring Park
The Ring Road
Devon (South)   (Browse area)
TQ3 1ST   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01803 558325

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Pitches: 200
Open: Mid March To Mid October

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 97 Reviews
              8/10 from 97 Reviews

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Date of Visit: July 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Bilko99 1 review from this member

The site was fine the staff very friendly and the facilities were as to be expected. We did however object most strongly to having to pay £5 for two friends to visit us on the site for one and a half hours, because they wanted to see our camper-van. I know that it is an adult only site and understand that this may be necessary as it is a working farm but it is a shame that our grandchildren couldn't visit us.

Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Other Rating:
Reviewer: Juliesomerset 27 reviews from this member

Easily accessed campsite off the ring road - which was the reason we chose it - beautiful location - stunning views from some of the higher pitches -pitches are tiered and unfortunately we were put in the lower tier which was exceptionally tricky to get down into, our tow-bar gouged a path down and it was really tricky to get back up the slope again when we left - but apart from that the facilities are lovely, the team who take care of the site are lovely and the toilets are so well kept - the hay-loft bar was nice for an evening drink and there was nightly entertainment -my only gripe was the late opening time of 8pm - there is a cafe on site which was marvellous - open for food all day - great breakfasts, dinners etc - we loved the walk down into Marldon village - 2 very good pubs there, found the bus service locally to be very poor - went into Brixham by bus and it took an hour and a half - buses so crowded and dogs were payable, unlike Cornwall and Dorset- all in all a lovely site, would return but on a different pitch

Date of Visit: March 2015 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Gingawarrior 59 reviews from this member

I just didn’t click with this site and in hindsight I wish I’d stayed somewhere else. Firstly one has to mention the elephant in the room that is the noise from the road, it is quite horrendous and starts early and finishes late.

Also talking loud noises, it was right at the start of the season and you expect some work to be going on, unfortunately I was placed on a pitch next to an area of constant tree cutting starting about 9am and continuing all day. Oh well, at least that drowned out the noise from the road.

I like to park my van and then rely on public transport or good old shank’s pony, this site isn’t great for that, the nearest bus being a good mile away and the local footpaths could be confused with the local tip as there was so much flytipping.

On the plus side the facilities were good, clean, kept warm and the shower cubicles were massive. Also everyone I met on site was very friendly.

If the site was located better I would be consider staying there again, but Torquay, Paignton and Brixham did not really do it for me with parts just being too run down to be classed at tourist destination, although Totnes is a real gem.

Date of Visit: July 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Paul n linda 8 reviews from this member

Me my wife and frank the dog stayed on the clover pitches in july. On arrival we had car trouble which the car dumped all of its oil and the staff were very understanding and helpful. Thanks to the AA too.

its a large site which is cleverly divided into little offshoots which run off the road which goes through the entire site. Its a very peaceful site with lovely views over the countryside (depending which part of the site youre on. ) torquay and Paignton are only a couple or so miles away with various supermarkets for supplies. There is a small shop on site which stocks most of the essentials. The very picturesque town of brixham is well worth a visit too.

The toilets/showers are quiete spacious and are kept to a very high standard of cleanliness. They do have a bar/clubhouse on site which only opens at 8pm every night which seemed to have a varied selection of entertainment on most nights. It also has a large dog walk that is regularly mowed so you can let your dogs off for some excersize too. We have already booked the same site and pitch for next year.

Forgot to mention out daughter and her boyfriend came too but stayed in a tent in the well presented camping field. A big thumbs up from them too.

a really pleasant stay, thank you.

Date of Visit: August 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Daffodil1941 38 reviews from this member

Our first visit to this site I will put the good points first the large toilet block is second to none and nothing has been spared to make it clean and well laid out very impressed even the small one is clean and as a privacy cubicle. The staff were very friendly and helpful and last but not least the club house, its only small but we enjoyed our two evenings there first night a male singer he was good and second night bingo which we had not played for years and was fun. The things that we were a little disappointed with were the shop which opened odd hours but only really stocked the necessities but you could order papers for next day the small café/restaurant we did not use so cannot comment a fish and chip van comes one night again did not use, but I was uncomfortable with pitch sizes and felt we were all tucked in and could see into every ones windows. Overhall a good site for a couple days being an adult only but you do need a car or good legs for walk to bus stops

Date of Visit: July 2014 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Suzanne w 1 review from this member

Had a lovely stay here. Staff very friendly and helpful. They put us next to the dog exercise area, we have two boarder collies, which was very helpful. Toilet and shower block were the best I have seen very modern and clean. They had entertainment every night at their pub, three nights in a week is bingo. We had sunday dinner in the Poppies restaurant, which was very good. Shop is well stocked. The only down side was the noisy traffic as it is by A330, rooster who my partner thinks started at three in the morning then kept going, sea gulls felt they had to join in and then other birds. So bring ear plugs, or drink lots at the pub the night before. It was very handy to get to places and we could walk to Compton castle National Trust. Nice size pitches too, in flat ground all very clean.

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