- Sleeps 10 (max 10 adults, 9 children)
Standard Grass Pitch - With Stunning views over the Taw Torridge Estuary.
The Owner Says
Fairlinch Camping is located on the west side of of Braunton village, nestled into the beautiful countryside overlooking the unique biosphere reserve of Braunton Burrows.
Fairlinch Campsite has stunning views of the Taw Torridge Estuary, with only being 2 miles from the popular Croyde Bay you can usually catch a glimpse of the misty sea haze over the dunes. This campsite is an ideal base from which to explore the North Devon coast and not forgetting Exmoor. Braunton itself offers a range of shops for stocking up with provisions, more surf shops than you can shake a wetsuit at! And plenty of restaurants, cafes and outs - all within safe ambling distance back to the site.
This is a large spacious camping site allowing you with the choice on where to pitch your Tent/Caravan/Motorhome.
- Ablution block with toilet facilities
- Mains drinking water
- Wash-up sinks
- Free Hot showers
- Recycling disposal point
About Fairlinch Camping
Suitable ForTents, caravans, campervans, sensible groups, motorcycles, gazebos (at no extra cost) and well-behaved dogs – yes.
NearbyLearn to surf like a local and book a lesson with Surfing South West (01271 890400), or take advantage of the stunning heritage coastline path with a walk to Baggy Point. Horse riding on Croyde Beach is a must-do experience, whether a leisurely beach trot or epic country trek, exploring the area on horseback is a great way to soak up the atmosphere. The family-run, pretention-free Roylands Riding Holidays (01271 890898) is based in central Croyde and welcome experienced riders and first-timers all year round. Discover the area on 2 wheels by hopping on the Tarka Trail and exploring the beautiful coast and countryside. Bikes can be hired from Otter Cycle Hire (01271 813339) in Braunton. Treat yourself to a new surfboard or wet-suit at any of the surf shops in town. Croyde Beach also hosts the annual Oceanfest (01271 817000) a beach, sports and music festival in June. To see how it all began, visit the Museum of British Surfing (01271 815155) in Braunton. Here you’ll find a detailed history of the long board in our native waters, including sketches of Hawaiian surfers by Captain Cook’s crew, airbrushed surf art on early boards and photos of the locals riding the waves on wooden planks in the 1920s. You may also be surprised to learn that Devon’s most famous daughter, none other than Agatha Christie, was an early surf pioneer who mastered the art of stand-up surfing in Waikiki.
Food & DrinkThere’s no dining options onsite, however Braunton town centre is only a 10 minute walk away and offers many pubs and restaurants including: Squires (01271 815533) an award winning chippy that brings folk from miles around, both for its tasty takeaways and sit-down restaurant. Surf dudes (and dudettes) should make a beeline for the White Lion (01271 813085) and try its rib-sticking burgers; or, if you want to venture further afield for a party vibe, try The Thatch in Croyde (01271 890349.) Visitors shouldn’t leave Devon without scoffing a cream tea at Centery Farm (01271 879603), or head to The Blue Groove (01271 890111) which combines laid-back beach-bum vibe with trippy artwork and an internationally eclectic menu that including: Thai curries, Mexican pancakes and Japanese noodles. In the village of Georgeham, just inland, try the food and real ales at The Rock (01271 890322), where they serve a great Sunday lunch in a light, bright conservatory.
Fairlinch Camping is located at Fairlinch Camping, Saunton Road, Braunton, Devon EX33 1EB
Leaving the M5 to the south-west at junction 27 takes you onto the North Devon link road (A361.) This road leads into Barnstaple, from there, Braunton will be signposted, but remaining on the A361 will take you into the heart of Braunton. When reaching the traffic lights in the town centre, turn left towards Croyde and Saunton (B3231.) Fairlinch is about a mile along this road (with a very large sign) on the right hand side, not to be confused with Lobb Fields campsite which is on the Braunton side. Trains arrive into Barnstaple (the nearest town) from Exeter. Bus services run from the town centre, with the 308 stopping at West Meadow road (one hundred meters up the road.) This bus also travels to Saunton and Croyde, allowing guests to visit the beach without having to pay parking costs.