o toilet block with separate facilities for men & women
o Hot water showers
o Hot / cold water to hand basins
o Flush toilets
o Shaver points
o Disabled washing facilities
o Separate sinks for dishwashing
o Chemical disposal point
For a nominal extra charge:
o Electric hook-up pitches
o Laundrette facilities
|For Further Information
For further information about this area contact the local Tourist
in Cross Street, Combe Martin on 01271 883319.
Follow the road through Combe Martin, the longest village street
in England, until you reach the sea. Travel on for a short distance
before turning left into Newberry Farm. Drive past the 250-year-old
farmhouse and old farm buildings into a beautiful green valley with
level pitches for your caravan or tent.
Leave the car on your pitch and avoid traffic queues. Walk along
numerous signposted local walks, explore Exmoor National Park and The
North Devon Coastal Footpath. If the thought of walking is too strenuous
then visit Newberry or Combe Martin beach. Sunbathe, swim or sit on
the rocks and watch the tide come in and go out. relax, unwind and breathe
the fresh sea air. When thoughts turn to food try local produce at Combe
Martin's cafes, restaurants and pubs.
Attractions Further Away
If you wish to explore further afield buses can take you to the
Victorian seaside resort of Ilfracombe or the market town of Barnstaple
and, further along the North Devon Coast, the twin villages of Lynton
and Lynmouth. Take the bus or walk two miles along the Coastal Footpath
in the Ilfracombe direction to visit the old battlements of Watermouth
Castle. Or make a short car journey to the National Trust property of
We looks forward to your visit. Stay for a long weekend, a week
- as much as it takes to unwind and enjoy the local atmosphere.
How to find us
Leave the M5 at Junction 27. Take the A361 to the North Aller Roundabout.
Turn right onto the A399 to Combe Martin. Newberry Farm is at the seaside
end of the village.