Warcombe Farm Camping Park

Devon

Premium camping in beautiful North Devon

Ideal for

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Close to the award winning beach of Woolacombe, Warcombe Farm Camping and Caravan Park do everything possible to ensure your family holiday is a memorable one. Visitors enjoy both space and privacy at this immaculately landscaped campsite with top quality facilities.

  • Units

    260

  • Sleeps

    1-6

  • Bedrooms

    1-2

  • Pets

    Yes

  • Mobility

    Yes

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About this place

Best bits

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Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

  • Wifi Wifi
  • Outdoor play equipment Outdoor play equipment

Rooms

Eating at Warcombe Farm Camping Park

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Eating at Warcombe Farm Camping Park

Activities

Eating at Warcombe Farm Camping Park

Accessibility

The staff at Warcombe Farm aim to make the site as accessible as possible. Two of the pitches have dedicated disabled access for wheelchair users. Both shower blocks have disabled access and easy use taps. The campsite surface is mainly grass, but fairly solid.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By road

Accessible via the M5 – leave it at junction 27 and head through Barnstaple towards Ilfracombe. Then Mullacott Cross, then Woolacombe.

By rail

Barnstaple is the nearest train station, you can catch a cab from there (approximately 30 minutes). Trains run from Barnstaple to Exeter, and onto the other major cities from there.

By air

There are flights from across the UK and Europe to Exeter Airport, around 90 minutes away from Warcombe Farm.

About the owners

Judith

Listed since October 2010

The site has been family owned since 1992. We pride ourselves on knowing what the camper wants, as we are avid caravanners and motorhomers ourselves. We are always around to offer help and assistance – to ensure your stay with us is the best it can be.

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • This is the perfect campsite for big and little ramblers. You can spend a day hiking along the Tarka trail or South West Coastal Path – literally on our doorstep.

  • Exmoor National Park only a few miles away. There you can explore Tarr Steps, an ancient stone clapper bridge. Or play kings and queens in the tower and turrets of Dunster Castle.

  • Visit our own village of Mortehoe. The church of St Mary is a little gem with a fascinating history While the village museum has information on local history and shipwrecks.

  • A personal favourite of ours is Woolacombe beach – award winning and suitable for children and dogs.