• We can accommodate groups of all sizes up to 100 people
  • 4 showers, 6 toilets and washbasins with hot water, split into two units to provide a male and female facility if needed
  • Kitchen facilities include a 6 burner range gas cooker, fridges, freezers, plenty of storage and cooking equipment (pots, pans, etc)
  • Outdoor covered washing up area with hot and cold water
  • The above are housed in a purpose-built barn
  • A 40' x 20' traditional marquee will be erected on site prior to arrival
  • Can be booked with ridge tents if required
  • Tables and chairs sufficient for the size of group being accommodated also provided
     

We also have second campsite with limited facilities for groups who like to bring all their own equipment for that "back to basics" experience.  Please get in touch if this is of interest.

The campsite is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, on a hillside overlooking the North Devon coast between Ilfracombe and Woolacombe, and is within a 10 minute drive of Lee Bay. The site itself has plenty of room for field sports, and groups have exclusive use of the site facilities. There are public footpaths that can be easily accessed from the campsite, taking you along the coastal path, across the fields to nearby Mortehoe and through woodland down to Lee Bay.

Lee Bay has its own secluded beach and is ideal for sunbathing, paddling in the ocean or exploring the rock pools.  At low tide it is possible to walk around the cliffs to Sandy Cove and there is no need to worry about being cut-off by the tide as the beach can also be accessed via the South West Coastal Path and a set of steps that have been cut into the cliff.

Mortehoe, once a haven for smugglers and wreckers, can be reached via the footpath that runs at the top of the campsite.  From here you can take a short walk  along the coastal path out to Bull Point, home to the lighthouse and some of the most outstanding views in the area.

Woolacombe beach is just a few miles from Warcombe Farm, famous for its three mile stretch of golden sands.  It is perfect for a variety of water sports.

The Victorian town of Ilfracombe is within easy reach of the campsite.  This traditional seaside town has plenty to offer visitors with a host of cafes perfect for a Devonshire cream tea.  From the harbour Lundy Island is a short boat trip away.

North Devon's largest town, Barnstaple, is less than a 30 minute drive from Warcombe Farm. The town has a busy high street with plenty of shops to browse and an incredible Pannier Market selling local produce. The town also has its own large multi-screen cinema, professional theatre and leisure centre.

For those interested in water sports and other outdoor/water-based activities, there are surf schools and outdoor activity centres that can be pre-booked for groups. More details can be provided upon request.

There are many other places to visit within a short distance of the campsite including Minehead; Exmoor, an outstanding area of natural beauty; and the surfers hotspots of Croyde Bay.