West Middlewick Farm
Nomansland
Tiverton
Devon
EX16 8NP

E-mail: Mrs Joanna Gibson
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Tel/Fax: 01884 861235



Camping, Caravanning and Motor Homes


Campers and Caravanners have been enjoying camping at West Middlewick since 1933. The main site is a 4 acre field situated at the end of a stone track with stunning views over Exmoor. Whether you are staying under canvas, in a caravan or motor home, enjoy the sites of the farm and views over rural Devon from your window.

You will find electric hooks ups, ten hard standings and a shower and toilet block, with washing machines. Many visitors take part in feeding the animals and enjoy farm life to truly make the most of a unique holiday experience. We are very happy for you to enjoy walks over the farm and the site is ideal for families but we do ask that children are supervised when near the animals and that dogs are kept on leads.

Panoramic views, quiet surroundings. Ideal for touring north or south coasts. Genuine working farm. Ideal for children that love animals. Easy to find with good access. West Middlewick Farm has long been a family run working farm with milking cows and sheep. The camp site has been established since 1933 and is situated on three acre level field with easy access, and stunning panoramic views over Exmoor. We have village shops within a mile and great local pubs serving food. Visitors are welcome to watch the milking and other farming activities, if they wish, or just take in the country air and fantastic walks and views. This site is ideal for touring, either North or the South Coast of Devon or equally we are closely situated to Dartmoor and Exmoor. Dogs are welcome with lots of space, but they must be kept on a lead while in the field.




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