Stoke Barton Farm Campsite

Perfect for kids on a trip to play in the wide camping area.

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Stoke Barton Farm Campsite

Key Features
Picturesque views of the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Plenty of activities to keep the whole family entertained
Friendly pubs and local shop in nearby Hartland Village

Discover Stoke Barton Farm Campsite in beautiful North Devon, where generations of locals have farmed the land. Here you can enjoy spectacular Atlantic coastal views across the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty from the comfort of your grass pitch.

Get an authentic camping experience amongst the sheep grazing in the next field, and never feel crowded thanks to plenty of space between pitches. With loads of things to keep the whole family entertained, you’ll never be bored. Try your luck at football, take long scavenger hunts or simply enjoy some relaxed stargazing – there’s something for everyone here.

Plus, the campsite has plenty of facilities, like a information point, direct access to the South West Coast Path and a communal shed equipped with a microwave, power points, kettles and a freezer. Not too far away is Hartland village, too, which has friendly pubs and a local shop as well as delivery options.

Stoke Barton Farm Campsite is 15 minutes away from the picturesque fishing hamlet of Clovelly, too, so why not pay them a visit on your stay?

FAQs About Stoke Barton Farm Campsite

    • Q: Is Stoke Barton Farm Campsite suitable for families?
      A: Yes, the campsite is family friendly with plenty of space between pitches, a playground and a football pitch where kids can let off steam. There are also charging devices available to keep teenagers entertained and a launderette to help keep everyone looking their best.

    • Q: How close is the campsite to Hartland?
      A: Stoke Barton Farm Campsite is only five minutes’ drive or half an hour’s walk from the pubs at Hartland, making it perfectly located for exploring all that the area has to offer.

    • Q: What facilities are available at the campsite?
      A: In addition to the football pitch, children’s playground and charging facilities, there is also an information shed which is kitted out with kettles, microwaves, a freezer and power points.

    • Q: What is the closest shop to the campsite?
      A: A local shop is nearby and deliveries can be arranged.

    • Q: What views will visitors find at Stoke Barton Farm Campsite?
      A: Visitors to the campsite will have access to stunning coastal views across the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

    • Q: What attractions are close to the campsite?
      A: The campsite is only five minutes’ drive away from Hartland Abbey and fifteen minutes from Clovelly – both of which are popular nearby attractions. There is also direct access to the South West Coast Path from the campsite.

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Stoke Barton Farm and Camp Site Reviews

Tranquil outdoor base on a working farm, with widely-spaced pitches and easy access to coastal path.

Below are the latest reviews of Stoke Barton Farm and Camp Site.

4.8
Based on 204 reviews
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Opening Hours:
Monday: 10:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Tuesday: 10:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Wednesday: 10:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Thursday: 10:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Friday: 10:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Saturday: 10:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Sunday: 10:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Address: Stoke Barton Farm, Hartland, Stoke, Bideford EX39 6DU, UK

Damian Hill avatarDamian Hill
6 months ago
Good showers but a bit of a trek from the main campsite. Very clean especially the more modern toilets. Grass was a tad long and really got the feet wet with the early morning dew. But otherwise fantastic although a bit pricey for October.
Fab campsite for walkers! Big site but not crowded at all and very calm and quiet. Managed to get a flat and sheltered spot for our tent. Was a bit dubious about the toilets, when you approach are an arrangement of sheds but then you go in and it's really modern and clean – they even had music playing!! There's a common room barn type area with comfortable sofas, charging points, kettle, microwave, plus some bits and bobs like coffee and cups for walkers. The showers were clean and warm. Staff were friendly. The views from the campsite were amazing – we saw a beautiful sunset. And it's only a 20 minute walk if that from the coast path.
Dawn Smith avatarDawn Smith
8 months ago
Lovely campsite, beautiful walks a great views. We had some lovely walks. Toilets are spotless, and the hosts made us feel very welcome. We had electric hook up and firepits are also allowed you can hire them. We brought our own. We also saw the most amazing sunset while there. Would highly recommend this site. Not a lot for kids there, though.
Ruth Chapman avatarRuth Chapman
8 months ago
Great location and friendly staff. They helped us to organise a cake with a local baker for my son's birthday and gave us tips for the area. It's perfectly placed for cliff walks and we had a lovely walk along the coast . After a busy Cornwall in crowded sites, this was a tonic.
Mickey Kim avatarMickey Kim
11 months ago
We had a great time in this campsite. The staff are kind and friendly, facilities like toilets and showers are clean and well managed. But more than anything, the space!This campsite has enough land space that you don’t have to be right next to your neighbors like in many other campsites. There are great hiking trails and the sea view is very nice too. Highly recommend and we’d love to visit again!
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Location

The address for Stoke Barton Farm Campsite we have is: Stoke, Hartland, Devon, England, EX39 6DU. Use the map below for a closer view. Do check with your host for a definite location.

Contact Information

Postal Address
Stoke, Hartland, Devon, England, EX39 6DU

About the Local Area (Hartland)

Found in the heart of North Devon’s stunning coastline, Hartland is a beautiful village that has managed to maintain its natural charm and character over the years.

With dramatic cliffs, wild landscapes, and rich maritime history, Hartland is a hidden gem for those who seek authentic experiences and natural beauty.

What is Hartland Famous For?

Hartland is famous for its rugged coastline and the Hartland Quay, which was once a thriving port for exporting local slate and wool. Today, visitors can still see the remains of the old harbour and enjoy the stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean from the cliff tops.

Things to Do in Hartland

Looking for things to do in Hartland? You’re in for a treat! Hartland has plenty to offer, from scenic walks along the South West Coast Path to explore the historic buildings and landmarks in the village.

Here are some of the top things to do in Hartland:

  • Visit the Hartland Abbey and Gardens
    This beautiful estate boasts stunning gardens, a historic house, and a museum. The Abbey is open to the public from April to October, and visitors can enjoy guided tours of the house and gardens.
  • Walk along the South West Coast Path
    This world-famous trail offers breathtaking views of the coastline and the Atlantic Ocean. You can start your walk from Hartland Quay and explore the rugged cliffs and secluded coves along the way.
  • Explore the village
    Hartland has a rich history and many well-preserved historic buildings, such as St. Nectan’s Church and the Hartland Town Hall. Take a stroll around the village and discover its hidden gems.

Things Near Hartland

There are plenty of things to do and see near Hartland.

Here are some of the top attractions and destinations:

  • Clovelly Village
    This unique and picturesque fishing village is a short drive from Hartland and is famous for its steep cobbled streets and donkeys. Visitors can explore the village’s history at the Clovelly Museum or enjoy fresh seafood at one of its many restaurants.
  • Bideford
    This historic port town is just a 30-minute drive from Hartland and offers plenty of shopping, dining, and cultural activities. Visitors can explore the Bideford Pannier Market or learn about the town’s maritime history at the Bideford Heritage Centre.
  • Lundy Island
    This remote and rugged island is a popular destination for nature lovers and adventurers. Visitors can take a ferry from Bideford or Ilfracombe and explore the island’s unique flora and fauna, as well as its historic buildings and landmarks.

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