Southern Glamping Pod

UK England South West England Devon Croyde Ocean Pitch Campsite

  • Sleeps 3 (max 2 adults, 1 children)
  • Electricity
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided

  • Bed Linen Not Included
Located at the top of the campsite. Our pods allow you to unwind and enjoy the spectacular views of Croyde bay.

The Owner Says

Pod Glamping is Ocean Pitch's answer to quality, luxurious camping and offers a premium experience. Located at the top of the campsite, our pods allow you to unwind, relax and enjoy the stunning views of Croyde Bay. Whether you’re looking for a romantic weekend getaway or simply fancy the idea of camping but with the luxuries of home, Ocean Pitch Pod Glamping has it all.

Our luxurious pods are each situated in their own pitch and are designed to accommodate 2 people. Features include a king size bed, bedding, screen with DVD player, coffee and tea making facilities, small fridge, interior & exterior LED lighting and an outdoor seating area on your very own decking. You can also park up to 2 cars next to your pod.

Please note: Pods are designed for a maximum of 2 people, however on request we are able to supply a small camp bed for 1 extra child aged between 3 - 10 years of age. The absolute maximum number of people in each pod would be 2 adults & 1 child. Bedding for additional children is not supplied.

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About Ocean Pitch Campsite

Suitable For

Tents, campervans, couples, families with older children and some well behaved groups – yes. Caravans, dogs, stags & hens – no. No under 17's unless accompanied by an adult. Kids are welcome but the owners advise it is not suitable for under 3's.

Nearby

Book some lessons with Surfing Croyde Bay or Surf South West or take advantage of the stunning heritage coastline path with a walk to Baggy Point. Croyde Bay also hosts the annual Oceanfest  – a beach, sports and music festival in June. To see how it all began, visit the Museum of British Surfing 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. Horse riding on Croyde beach is a must-do experience, whether a leisurely beach trot or epic country trek, exploring Croyde on horseback is a great way to soak up the atmosphere. The family- run, pretention-free Roylands Riding Holidays is based in central Croyde and welcome experienced riders and first-timers all year round. Discover the area on two wheels by hopping on the Tarka Trail and exploring the beautiful coast and countryside. Bikes can be hired from Tarka Trail Cycle Hire (01271 813339) in Braunton.

Food & Drink

Scoff a Devon cream tea at Centery Farm (01271 879603). The Thatch (01271 890349) pub is a lively surfers’ hangout with decent food. The Blue Groove (01271 890111) combines laid-back beach-bum vibe with trippy artwork and an internationally eclectic menu that includes 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 do a great Sunday lunch and serve lunch and dinner daily in a light, bright conservatory. For some of the best fish and chips you’re likely to have on the North Devon coast, go to Squires Fish (01271 815533) in neighbouring Braunton. They’ve been frying the freshest Devon-caught fish here since 1969 and the stylish 2-floor restaurant attracts many celebrity admirers, not least Rick Stein. Find out more about organic farming and conservation at the dairy at West Hill Farm (01271 815477) and taste their wares. You can buy cold drinks and chocolate bars onsite, plush they have a cool retro slush puppy machine! Ivan's cool split screen, coffee-serving campervan also parks up in the peak season.

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Location

Ocean Pitch Campsite is located at Ocean Pitch Campsite, Moor Lane, Croyde, Devon EX33 1NZ

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Getting There

Ocean Pitch is the closest campsite in Croyde to the beach. Once you come into Croyde drive through the village and turn left onto Moor Lane towards the beach. Drive half a mile down this road until the beach is on your left hand side & Ocean Pitch is the last field on your right – signage outside.

From Barnstaple train station walk the 10 minutes to the bus station and take bus 308 to Moor Lane, Croyde. Benny and Lou can do shuttle run collections/drop offs for a small fee (maximum of 4 people). Alternatively, call Saunton Taxis for the best local price.