Damage Barton Caravan Club Site (REF : XDB)
Mortehoe Station Road, Mortehoe, Woolacombe, Devon, EX34 7EJView on map
Why stay here ...
Since 1962, Damage Barton Club Site has been lovingly run by the Lethbridge family who are now experts at ensuring you have the most relaxing and enjoyable break possible. Their years of experience in running this caravan park on the site of their historic working beef and sheep farm of 600 acres means that it won't be just the panoramic sea views that take your breath away. Explore the vast network of footpaths leading from the site, right the way across the farmland and out on to the SW coastal path, with many traditional local pubs just a short walk away.
You won't want to forget your binoculars as Damage Barton gives you the opportunity to experience some stunning examples of birdlife (including nesting peregrines in season), numerous wildflowers and farm animals. During Easter there is the lambing and calving for you to enjoy. You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to beaches - Woolacombe's Blue Flag beach for sand and surf, Barricane for shell seekers, Lee for rockpooling and many smaller coves to explore. Cyclists will enjoy the old railway line to Ilfracombe or along the Tarka Trail cycleway from Braunton to Barnstaple and beyond.
Leave M5 at junction 27; follow signs for Barnstaple and then Ilfracombe, Newbridge via North Devon Link road and A361. At Mullacott Cross roundabout turn left onto B3343 (signposted Mortehoe, Woolacombe). In 1.75 miles turn right signposted Mortehoe. The Site entrance is on the right in about 1 mile. Note: approach from South on B3231 not recommended. If using sat nav, the entrance to Damage Barton is on Mortehoe Station Road - do not turn down Warcombe Lane as directed when using the postcode. Please read notice board in Information Centre on arrival before siting outfit if the office is closed.
- EX34 7EJ
- Lat 51.183998 / Lon -4.188721
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- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Buses go to: Mortehoe, Ilfracombe, Braunton and Barnstaple
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Reason: We have more than 2 dogs. Greyhounds. It is nowhere written that only 2 dogs are allowed. Neither in the club book nor on the Internet. They said: It is not possible that more dogs than people are on the campsite. Thanks, after 4 hours of driving this is what we wanted to hear. Btw. We've been touring Europe and the UK for 10 months now - Damage Barton was the only campsite that sent us away.
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- 01271 870502