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Views around Stoke Barton

Stoke Barton Farm is situated on the coast of North Devon facing the Atlantic on the Hartland Peninsula and in the small hamlet of Stoke next to the medieval church of St Nectan.  It lies in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the South West Coastal Path and so is popular with walkers. The farm, which covers over 500 acres, is a working livestock and arable farm.   Hartland is only a few miles inland and has a coffee shop, convenience stores, Post Office and a few pubs. The flat camping fields overlook the sea and cover an area of over 12 acres which allows for plenty of space between caravans and tents. Colin tries to help people choose a pitch that suits their requirements, whether they prefer to be on their own or are joining others already on site. There are 30 electricity hookups available as well as a new toilet block and a building for washing up with hot water. We are friendly and relaxed and there is a dog walking area and a play area for children.  If you are interested in a seasonal pitch and/or winter storage please ring for details.

Finally, please note that this is a family oriented site. We do not take stag or hen groups and anyone causing annoyance to other campers will be asked to leave.

 

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