Kipscombe Farm CampsiteKipscombe Farm, Countisbury, Lynmouth, Devon, EX35 6NE
About Kipscombe Farm CampsiteA hidden gem, this beautiful farm near Countisbury overlooks the rolling moors of Exmoor and dramatic North Devon coastline.
Set where Exmoor meets the sea and populated with its own herd of Exmoor Ponies, Kipscombe Farm is an awesome location to watch the play of waves and wind across the Bristol Channel, to spot lighthouses and ships navigating the seas, and to admire red deer and peregrine falcons in an unspoilt habitat.
Kipscombe Campsite is a large, sloping terraced field with plenty of level pitches, composting loos, a firepit, log seating and running water. This year guests have the option of getting back to nature in style, sleeping in one of the site's lovely bell tents. Your perfectly pitched tent will be ready for you to move straight in, relax and unwind… Choose from a number of glamping options - please see the price guide for details.
The campsite is just south of the South West Coastal Path, linking you up to some stunning trails over Exmoor and along the coastline. Or simply take the short stroll across the farm to the local pub.
Features and facilities
- BBQ available
- Campfires allowed available
- Toilets available
Notes for guests
Season: This campsite is only open for a few weeks during August.
Bookings: On first come first served basis.
Minimum night stay: 1 night stay for 10 tent pitches and 2 campervan pitches. Minimum 3 night stay for glamping bell tents, please see price sheet for glamping options.
Compost toilets: The compost toilets are located outside of the field.
Water: Please note the water standpipe is untreated and therefore not suitable for drinking.
Clothing: It is advisable to wear suitable clothing and footwear to deter ticks and insect bites.
Campfires: Campsfires are allowed in designated fire pit only.
BBQs: BBQs must be raised off the ground.
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