White Causey Farm

A working farm, interact with friendly animals, and a range of outdoor activities

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White Causey Farm

Key Features
Close to Barnstaple & Combe Martin beach
Many activities nearby
Local pubs & nearby farm shop

Experience amazing views at the White Causey Farm camping site, located in the stunning Exmoor National Park.

Its location puts it an easy 20-minute drive away from Barnstaple and 15 minutes away from Combe Martin beach. Imagine staying in a spacious plot with parking and breathtaking landscapes right outside your tent.

Jake, the working farmer, and his faithful dog Jill, can also be found around the camping site, granting it a unique and personal experience. There are plenty of activities to choose from nearby, including the scenic Whistland Pound Reservoir and productive Tarka Trail.

Kids will love running over the fields and playing at Combe Martin beach, while older kids can explore the surfing waves at Woolacombe or Croyde. If you’re looking for something more unforgettable, then be sure to make a day out at either Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park or Exmoor Zoo.

When hunger strikes, simply stock up from the nearby farm shop or take a delightful 20-minute drive to the big supermarkets in Barnstaple. To finish off the evening, why not enjoy a night out in one of the local pubs. Come to White Causey Farm for an epic holiday vacation for you and your family.

White Causey Farm FAQs

    • Q: What activities can I do while visiting White Causey Farm?
      A: At White Causey Farm, visitors can enjoy plenty of footpaths and cycling trails, go for a relaxing stroll around Whistland Pound Reservoir or take on a more demanding Boastal Taka Trail, as well as running around the fields and visit Combe Martin Beach. Older kids can enjoy surfing at Woolacombe or Croyde, and the wildlife and dinosaur park or Exmoor Zoo are both also within a 20-minutes drive away.

    • Q: Is there a grocery store nearby?
      A: Yes! While there are large supermarkets located 20 minutes away in Barnstaple, visitors can simply take a walk across the fields to the farm shop for convenient supplies. Don’t forget local meat to grill up on the barbecue – bring one from home if you need it.

    • Q: Are dogs allowed?
      A: Yes, dogs are welcomed at White Causey Farm, so you can be sure to include your furry friend in your visit.

    • Q: What amenities are available on site?
      A: White Causey Farm features spacious plots, parking on pitch and a toilet block for convenience.

    • Q: What views are visible from the campsite?
      A: The camping field at White Causey Farm offers spectacular views across the Exmoor National Park and the grazing cows and sheep in the vicinity.

    • Q: What wildlife can I expect to see?
      A: Visitors can expect plenty of wildlife while visiting White Causey Farm, including lambs in spring and Jake’s faithful companion, Jill, out and about.


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White Causey Farm Campsite Reviews

Below are the latest reviews of White Causey Farm Campsite.

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Address: Unnamed Road, EX31, Barnstaple EX31 4SP, UK

Booked this site as a last minute get away. It didn’t disappoint. You find your own spot in the field (it’s huge). Pretty flat. On-site showers and toilets (2 of each. Unisex). With a washing up area, fridge, freezer, kettle and toaster. It’s perfect for a no frills break. Everything we wanted to see within 20 mins or so. Lovely walks close by. Owner was really pleasant. We are already planning a trip to stay there next year when our baby arrives. (Prices we’re very good!)
Vanessa B avatarVanessa B
2 years ago
Great campsite. A basic field, not designed pitches or paths. 1 bathroom and shower area for both men and women (which i prefer, only one shower and loo separate for male and female would probably lead to more queues). Friendly, helpful owner. Nice fellow campers, happy vibes. Excellent room with fridge, toaster, kettle, sockets etc. Excellent value. Only downside was I couldn't see recycling facilities.
Jeremy Edwards avatarJeremy Edwards
a year ago
Lovely, quiet, basic site..Most suited for off grid campers. Does have basic facilities such as proper flushing toilets and also showers. There is also a kitchen area with fridge, kettle, and microwave
hussain sajjad avatarhussain sajjad
a year ago
Small onsite kitchen with some electrical points, and 2 toilets and showers (unisex) Fairly flatish site for kids to play and to set up pitches. Nicely priced for the facilities, and love the midday check out time. Would stay at this site again when I'm the area.
Jonathan Butcher avatarJonathan Butcher
2 years ago
Big grassy field. Well maintained grass and facilities. Good showers and even electric points in the kitchen washing area. Jane was friendly and a nice atmosphere. Good for kids but also quiet. A lovely site and super cheap
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The address for White Causey Farm we have is: Arlington, Barnstaple, Devon, England, EX31 4SP. Use the map below for a closer view. Do check with your host for a definite location.

Contact Information

Postal Address
Arlington, Barnstaple, Devon, England, EX31 4SP

About the Local Area (Barnstaple)

With a history dating back to Saxon times, Barnstaple has retained much of its character and charm, making it a popular destination for visitors to the area.

What is Barnstaple Famous For?

Barnstaple is famous for its historic Pannier Market, which dates back to the 1850s and is still in operation today. The town is also home to the Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon, which showcases the rich history and culture of the area.

Things to Do in Barnstaple

Barnstaple offers a range of activities and attractions to suit all interests. Take a stroll along the River Taw and enjoy the stunning views of the countryside, or explore the narrow streets of the town centre and discover the many independent shops and cafes.

Other popular things to do in Barnstaple include:

  • Visit the historic Pannier Market and browse the stalls selling local produce, crafts, and souvenirs.
  • Take a trip to Rock Park, a beautiful green space with plenty of walking trails, a children’s play area, and stunning views of the River Taw.
  • Explore the Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon and learn about the area’s fascinating history and heritage.

Things Near Barnstaple

While there is plenty to see and do within Barnstaple itself, there are also many nearby attractions that are well worth a visit.

Some of the most popular things to do and see near Barnstaple include:

  • Visit the stunning beaches of Saunton Sands and Croyde Bay, both of which offer great opportunities for surfing, sunbathing, and relaxation.
  • Explore the rugged beauty of Exmoor National Park, where you can hike, cycle, or simply enjoy the stunning scenery.
  • Take a trip to the nearby village of Braunton and discover its quaint shops, cafes, and galleries.

Whether you’re interested in history, and culture, or simply enjoying the great outdoors, Barnstaple and the surrounding area offer something for everyone.

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