Mullacott Farm Camping Barn, Ilfracombe, Devon, EX34 8NA
Call Alison and Adrian Homa on 01271 866877
OverviewSet in 30 acres on the coastal preservation area of North Devon, the farm boasts sea views overlooking Woolacombe, Lundy Island, Lee Bay, Ilfracombe, and the Welsh coast on a clear day. The camping barn is a former stable block with all accommodation on ground level with raised sleeping areas. Each platform has mattresses at no extra charge, bring your own sleeping bag or bedding as well as warm clothing. There are air curtain heaters throughout the barn. Accommodation includes a dining area and well-fitted kitchen with electric full-size oven, hob, fridge-freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle, sinks with hot water from a water heater (all coin-operated) and basic cooking equipment and cutlery. A tumble dryer has also recently been added. Candles are NOT allowed, as they are a fire risk. A picnic and BBQ area are adjacent and a toilet block with ladies and gents toilets and electric shower (coin-operated) is a few steps away; as is a covered storage area for rucksacks, cycles, surfboards etc. Sorry no stag/hen parties. Dogs welcome with sole use bookings. Mullacott Farm also provides B&B, camping and static caravan accommodation.
Beds & Rooms:20
Open:March - November
Price per night:£10 per person. Sole use: by arrangement.
Booking:By phone or email
Directions:A361 towards Ilfracombe. 300m from Mullacott Cross turn left into Mullacott Farm drive. Follow the signs, up to the farmhouse on the rhs.
Public Transport:Train to Barnstable, No 21/21a bus to Mullacott Cross (400m).
Walks:Long Distance Walks Hostels on the Tarka Trail South West Coast Path
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Sorry the camping barn isn’t open this year.
August 17th 2020
It is difficult to make covid safe unfortunately. Roll on 2021!
Invite to North Devon!
June 23rd 2019
Mullacott Farm Camping Barn would like to share with you it’s thirty acres of coastal preservation, which overlooks Ilfracombe, Woolacombe, Lundy island, Lee Bay and the Welsh coast on a clear day.
All the animals will be quacking with excitement to meet you too!
Beaches where the surf rarely dies
December 14th 2018
Mullacott Farm is a good base for the serene surf beaches at Woolacombe.
Mullacot Farm is just 5 minuets drive from the beaches at Woolacombe which are renown the world over for their surf. It is also an excellent base for exploring the harbour town and Victorian resort of Ilfracombe, and for walks and sightseeing on Exmoor.