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Easewell Farm Holiday Village & Golf Club, Woolacombe, Devon

Easewell Farm Holiday Village & Golf Club

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About this Holiday Park
A haven of peace and tranquillity with unforgettable views over the surrounding countryside and coastline… all this plus a 9-hole golf course!
Ideally placed for exploring North Devon, the Park is in a great location nestled amidst glorious National Parkland and overlooking the spectacular Woolacombe Bay.

Why choose this Park?
• Relaxing, peaceful smaller Park
• Tranquil atmosphere
• 9-hole professional golf course
• Perfect for making new friends
• Easy access to coastal walks

Everything you need
At Easewell Farm you can do whatever you want when you want. There’s a refreshingly informal mood on this Park where you can come and go as you feel.
Take a leisurely dip or splash around in the heated indoor Pool and then pick up everything you need for a great picnic.

Relax together
Let the kids enjoy a game of snooker whilst you chill out in the friendly atmosphere of our Sports Bar.
With large screen TVs for sporting action and a peaceful terrace, it’s great for making new friends. You’ll find wholesome home cooking in the restaurant right next door too.

Beautiful location
Easewell Farm is the ideal Park if you are searching for a more rural location in which to unwind.
Much quieter than our other Parks, the kids can still head off to the Play Area with their new friends. The North Devon Coast Path is right here too, perfect for a walk together.

Sport heaven
The Park is home to the Woolacombe & Mortehoe Golf Club, a comprehensive 9-hole course affiliated to the Golfer’s Union.
With a friendly atmosphere, we hope that you will enjoy a round or two. And for a top quality bowling experience, Indoor Bowls mean no moles!

Unforgettable views across countryside & coastline. Farm cottages, camping & touring. Superb leisure facilities and a professional 9 hole golf course. With the use for 4 parks for the price of 1.

M5, J27, A361 to Ilfracombe, at Mullacott roundabout take 1st exit to Woolacombe then follow signs to Mortehoe

Bookings & Prices
Caravan Holiday Home Hire from £229.00 to £689.00 per week. Farmhouse weekly prices from £599.00 to £1999.00. Camping and Touring pitches from £6.00 to £47.00 per night.
For full price information, please contact the park operator direct.

Pitch Information
Caravan: 1
Cottages: 2
Camping and Touring Pitches: 318

Approximately 1 mile from Woolacombe’s village; 6 miles from the nearest town, Ilfracombe.

Noteworthy information: Easewell does not have a clubhouse or childrens’ clubs, however Twitchen House is just a short walk away and within the cost of your holiday all facilities are included in the price. Woolacombe is a rural area; although there are bus services they do not run in the evening. Having your own transport is recommended, however there are local taxi services available. Easewell Farm is located just a short walk from Mortehoe village. Woolacombe Village is within walking distance, however takes about a 35 minute walk.


Months Open: End March to November
Nearest Major Town: Ilfracombe
Distance: 6 miles

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