Mullacott Farm

Pitch up your tent anywhere in this 100 meters camping field and get an amazing view of the coastal areas.

Mullacot Farm
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Mullacott Farm

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Family-run site in coastal preserve with sea views
Gently sloping terrain with basic facilites
Near Ilfracombe, Woolacombe, Exmoor

Take your tent to Mullacott Farm in Devon and get ready to take in remarkable views of the surrounding area. This family-run site offers a tranquil camping experience in a coastal preservation area with sea views from three sides.

Overlook Woolacombe, Lundy Island, Lee Bay and Ilfracombe with distant views of some of the countryside; all from the comfort of your tent. With a gently sloping terrain and basic facilities including a washing-up area, showers and toilets, you’ll have everything you need for your long-awaited escape.

Campers are given the freedom of choosing their own pitch since none are marked. Located only a mile from Ilfracombe, four from Woolacombe and 10 from Exmoor. Mullacott Farm is the perfect place to reconnect with nature and create memorable experiences.

FAQs about Mullacott Farm

    • Q: Is Mullacott Farm family-run?
      A: Yes, Mullacott Farm is a family-run farm park in Devon.

    • Q: Are there any toilet and shower facilities available?
      A: Yes, there is a washing-up area and a toilet block at the farm.

    • Q: Is the campsite sloping?
      A: Yes, the camping field is gently sloping.

    • Q: How far away are nearby attractions?
      A: Mullacott Farm is a mile from Ilfracombe, four miles from Woolacombe and 10 miles from Exmoor.

    • Q: What kind of views can be enjoyed from the campsite?
      A: Campers can expect to have sea views on three sides, with countryside landscape visible from the tent.

    • Q: Are pitches marked at Mullacott Farm?
      A: No, guests get to choose the pitch of their choice at Mullacott Farm.

    • Q: Is the campsite in a coastal preservation area?
      A: Yes, Mullacott Farm is located in the coastal preservation area of north Devon.

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Mullacott Farm Reviews

A B&B in a converted barn on a working farm, for rooms with en suite bathrooms and WiFi.

Below are the latest reviews of Mullacott Farm.

4.7
Based on 86 reviews
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Opening Hours:
Monday: 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Saturday: 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Address: Mullacott, Ilfracombe EX34 8NA, UK

Marie Vickers avatarMarie Vickers
5 months ago
A lovely warm welcome. Alison couldnt do enough for you. Loved her take on breakfast perfect.We had a lovely stay. Would definitely go back there.
Michelle Jones avatarMichelle Jones
5 months ago
Excellent location and amenities. The owners are so helpful and informative. Fantastic hot water and heating. The little extras such as cotyon wool buds and tissues really make for a pleasant stay.
Andrew Short avatarAndrew Short
7 months ago
Lovely place. Clean, tidy. Love the farm animals. Access easy by car, but not the easiest place to get to if cycling or walking. Whilst the accommodation is a long way from the main road and the traffic can't be heard, there is no pavement and car speeds are high.
Sian Moore avatarSian Moore
a year ago
Fantastic B&B! Lovely big rooms and very baby/children friendly. Lovely views and owners were really friendly. Breakfast was fabulous plenty to keep you going for the whole day with the fruit and water. Will definitely be back again thank you for a lovely stay.
Odette de Jong avatarOdette de Jong
a year ago
We have just returned from our first camping stay at Mullacot farm and can only praise the rustic, back to nature, feel of the place. If you are looking for all the mod cons with swish facilities then do not come here! But if, like us, you're wanting to get away from it all, be immersed in nature, and have plenty of space to breeeeathe, with sincere hosts who let you get on with it, then this is the place to be.With rich flora and fauna the wildlife was abundant, aside from the resident ducks, chickens, goats, horses, we spied many buzzards, bats, crickets, and a gorgeous grass snake who kept my son very entertained while picking blackberries from the hedgerow. We marvelled at the night sky and relished both the sunsets and sunrises. Truly glorious.There is a very basic toilet block with a couple of toilets for males/females and showers that give enough of a trickle to have a decent was off. Fresh drinking water and plenty of bins but do remember your torches as the fields aren't lit – thankfully – and washing up paraphernalia as this site really is a all about retaining the rustic feel.As other's have commented, if you want to enjoy the distant sea view, you will pick up road noise but there's acres upon acres so you can forego the view for a more tranquil pitch. The land is undulating in keeping with the Devonshire rolling countryside but there's are flat spots to pitch upon.Next door is a great riding centre, my son enjoyed an hour hack around the farm for £30, or for experienced riders they offer fast beach rides.With a Tesco only 7 minutes away and many beautiful beaches and coves to explore, this is a site we are all looking forward to returning to very soon.
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The address for Mullacott Farm we have is: Ilfracombe, Devon, England, EX34 8NA. Use the map below for a closer view. Do check with your host for a definite location.

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Postal Address
Ilfracombe, Devon, England, EX34 8NA

About the Local Area (North Devon)

North Devon is a stunning region in Devon that is known for its beautiful coastlines, rugged cliffs, and quaint seaside towns. From breathtaking beaches to charming villages, North Devon offers visitors a taste of traditional English life.

Here’s what you need to know about this delightful area.

What is North Devon Famous For?

North Devon is famous for its beautiful coastline, which stretches for over 90 miles and includes some of the UK’s best beaches. The region is also renowned for its incredible surf, with plenty of beaches attracting surfers from all over the world.

Finally, North Devon is known for its quaint villages and bustling market towns, which offer a taste of traditional English life.

Things to Do in North Devon

North Devon has something to offer everyone, from families with young children to outdoor enthusiasts.

Some of the best things to do in North Devon include:

  • Explore the South West Coast Path, which offers stunning views of the coastline.
  • Visit the charming village of Clovelly, with its steep cobbled streets and traditional fishing harbour.
  • Spend a day at the beach at Woolacombe, which is consistently rated as one of the UK’s best beaches.

Things Near North Devon

If you’re looking to explore beyond North Devon, there are plenty of things to do and see in the surrounding area.

Here are some of the most popular:

  • Visit the historic city of Exeter, which is home to a stunning cathedral, charming cobbled streets, and plenty of great restaurants.
  • Explore the rugged beauty of Exmoor National Park, which is just a short drive from North Devon.
  • Visit the charming town of Bideford, which has a fascinating history and plenty of great independent shops and restaurants.

Whether you’re looking for stunning scenery, traditional English charm, or outdoor adventure, North Devon is the perfect destination.

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