Damage Barton

Set in a wonderful location on the North Devon coast between Woolacombe and Ilfracombe on a 600 acre working beef and sheep farm.

The Lethbridge family offer you a warm welcome to Damage Barton Caravan and Camping site.

It offers panoramic sea views to the Welsh coast, and is perfect for coastal walking, birdwatching, wildflowers, award winning beaches, and just one mile from the village of Mortehoe.

The site has an attractive open layout of immaculately kept spacious hardstandings or grass pitches, all with seaviews. Two heated shower blocks, family bathrooms, disabled bathrooms, laundry and washing up facilities and a wetsuit washroom. There is an on-site shop, open daily and three dog exercise areas, along with a kite flying field and picnic area.

The award winning sandy beach at Woolacombe, perfect for surfing, is just two miles away and there's direct access from the site onto the South West coastal path to Lee Bay, Morte Point, Bull Point & beyond. Only a mile from Damage Barton is the Tarka Trail and old railway line to Ilfracombe which will delight cyclists. A bus stop at the site entrance has services to Mortehoe, Woolacombe, Ilfracombe, Braunton and Barnstaple, meaning that exploring this beautiful part of North Devon is hassle free.

Food & Drink

Cream teas and 2 pubs in Mortehoe only 1 mile along footpath. Fish & chips onsite on Mondays. On site shop for fresh baked croissants, Pain au Chocolat and pasties, etc. 

Nearby Attractions

A great choice of beaches for surfing/bodyboarding within 2 miles, Local attractions, NT at Arlington Court, beautiful gardens at Marwood, & Rosemoor. Boat trips from Ilfracombe, sea fishing or visit Lundy Island. Children enjoy visits to Watermouth Castle, the Milky Way, the Big Sheep, Sheepdog & Falconry displays at Borough Farm. Golf courses, swimming pools, theatres and cinemas all within 5 miles. Superb coastal walking and spectacular views direct from the site. Public bus service to return you to the site entrance after a days walking to Ilfracombe, Woolacombe, Lee Bay and beyond.


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