Probably the only dog friendly campsite in Croyde. Ideal for tents, campervans but not suitable for larger motorhomes or caravans.
The Orchard Croyde Village Campsite
The Orchard Campsite: A Hidden Gem in Croyde Village
Nestled in the heart of Croyde Village in North Devon, The Orchard Campsite is a charming, family-run getaway established in 1946. This well-kept secret is a mere ten-minute walk from Croyde’s picturesque sandy beach and offers easy access to a wealth of outdoor activities, including surfing, cycling, and walking.
The Orchard Campsite has been a trusted destination for campers over the years, providing affordable accommodations for tents and VW-style vans. The campsite is conveniently situated in the center of Croyde Village, yet it maintains a sense of tranquility and escape from the everyday bustle.
Surrounded by the quaint atmosphere of Croyde, guests can enjoy the village’s laid-back surf vibe, as well as its variety of shops, cafes, bars, and restaurants. The Orchard’s location allows campers to easily access village amenities while feeling close to nature.
The campsite’s sheltered setting ensures that visitors remain dry and secure during unpredictable North Devon weather. Steve and Adele, the friendly proprietors, eagerly await your arrival at The Orchard Campsite – Croyde’s hidden gem.
The Orchard Croyde Village Campsite
Bridge Farm, Jones’s Hill, Croyde, North Devon EX33 1LX.
Phone: 07779 371195 or 07779 371221
Email: [email protected]
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The address for The Orchard Croyde Village Campsite we have is: Bridge Farm Jones's Hill, Croyde EX33 1LX, UK. Use the map below for a closer view. Do check with your host for a definite location.
About the Local Area (Croyde)
Located in North Devon, Croyde is a beautiful village known for its sandy beach and excellent surf conditions. It’s stunning natural beauty and relaxed atmosphere make it a popular destination for tourists looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.
What is Croyde Famous For?
Croyde is primarily famous for its stunning beach, which attracts surfers and sunbathers alike. The beach is surrounded by rugged cliffs and sand dunes, providing a stunning backdrop for a day at the seaside.
Croyde is also famous for its excellent surf conditions, with surfers flocking to the area throughout the year to take advantage of the waves.
Things To Do In Croyde
Croyde offers a variety of activities for visitors to enjoy. Whether you’re a surfer, a hiker, or just looking to relax and take in the scenery, there’s something for everyone.
Here are some of the top things to do in Croyde:
As mentioned, Croyde is renowned for its excellent surf conditions. If you’re an experienced surfer, you can head out into the waves on your own. If you’re a beginner, there are plenty of surf schools in the area that offer lessons and equipment hire.
- Coastal walks
Croyde is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with the South West Coast Path passing right through the village. You can take a leisurely stroll along the beach, or head up onto the cliffs for panoramic views of the coastline.
- Relax on the beach
With its soft sand and clear water, Croyde Beach is the perfect place to unwind and soak up the sun. Pack a picnic, grab a good book, and spend a lazy afternoon on the sand.
Things Near By Croyde
While Croyde itself has plenty to offer, there are also a number of attractions and activities in the surrounding area.
Here are some of the top things to do and see near Croyde:
- Baggy Point
Located just a short walk from Croyde, Baggy Point is a National Trust site offering stunning views of the coastline. Take a hike along the cliffs to see the rugged beauty of the North Devon coast up close.
- Braunton Burrows
This UNESCO Biosphere Reserve is the largest sand dune system in the UK and offers a unique and stunning landscape for visitors to explore. Take a guided walk to learn about the flora and fauna of the area, or simply wander through the dunes and take in the views.
- Woolacombe Beach
Just a few miles up the coast from Croyde, Woolacombe Beach is another popular destination for beach-goers and surfers. With three miles of golden sand and plenty of amenities nearby, it’s easy to see why Woolacombe is a favourite among visitors to the area.
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