Campervan Living….

I love spending time with my husband Matt down on the South West coast of England in our campervan.  We quite often go to North Devon and stay in campsites around Croyde and Woolacombe, our favourite being Incledon Farm campsite.  It’s a working farm with chickens roaming freely and the farm cat prowling around.  With two small fields for camping it is never overcrowded and always peaceful.  Situated in the sleepy village of Georgeham with just a shop and two pubs all within walking distance, it’s exactly what we love!  A ten minute drive and you’re at the beaches ready for a surf.  Saunton Sands is my favourite place to surf, the sand dunes behind the beach stretch for miles and create an impressive backdrop.  With such a long stretch of water it is easy to spread out and have the waves all to yourself.  The last time we were there, although small the waves were clean and perfectly formed.  Putsborough is another great surfing spot, the views are unbeatable from the car park which looks straight onto the beach, you can walk all the way along the shoreline to Woolacombe from here too.  Our days of campervan living would go something like this…a big breakfast cooked alfresco, then to the beach for surfing and sunbathing, followed by a post surf cider or two at the Red Barn in Woolacombe.  Ending the day back at the campsite with a barbecue, and an early night ready to do it all again the next day….Perfect!

5 comments on “Campervan Living….”

  1. Hazel Reply

    Hello fellow blogger and bongo campervan owner! We travel as a family with young kids which is great but I would kill for a few weekends campervanning with just my husband. Lucky you!

  2. Ant Reply

    Planning on ‘doing’ Devon in our Bongo this year after having a great time staying at a farm house with family last year in Parkham (sans Bongo unfortunately). Will bear Incledon in mind, sound like it would suit our 4 year old down to the ground. 🙂

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