Mill Park is a sheltered site suited to families and couples, set in a wooded valley on the North Devon coast and surrounded by woodland for woody walks (yep, dogs are welcome too). On its doorstep is the Exmoor National Park as well as the beautiful North Devon coast and is just a five-minute walk from the nearest village.
As well as that fishing lake and the stream-facing bar, facilities at Mill Park include a play area, games room and a launderette. Gas bottle refills and ice pack hire are available and there's also a site shop. There are two lovely local pubs very nearby that offer great food if you feel like treating yourself to a meal.
You will find friendly, helpful staff on site manning a well stocked shop for your everyday useful items and camping essentials. The Shop offers freshly baked croissants/pastries and savoury snacks as well as freshly brewed specialty coffees. The showers and toilets are impeccably clean. There is a bar on site serving local specialty ales, lovely wines as well as your usual brand beers, lagers and spirits.
With the local beaches a stones throw away and loads of local activities on our doorstep you will not be short of things to do, alternatively relax by the lake, take a walk in the woods or explore the site. The aim is to make your stay as relaxing and enjoyable as possible.
Berrynarbor, Ilfracombe, Devon, South West
Distance: 48.33 Miles
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Stayed for 3 nights in our Motorhome. Large flat pitch showers clean and warm. Pub on site The Bent Peg opens at 7pm - pub at the top of the road 5min walk called The Sawmill lovely food. Caught bus...
Campsite is really nice. It had rained a lot and so our pitches were moved but they were in a great location. The kids loved the stream and the park. The on-site pub would be ideal during bad...
Having never visited Devon the decision to take a week out and have a look around Ilfracombe was not taken lightly. I searched the Internet for a dog friendly site as close to Ilfracombe as possible...