Tariff and Booking Information 

 

Our 4 wagons sleep 8 plus extra space for 6. ( For smaller groups one wagon can be converted into a sitting room)  There is a 2 night minimum stay and 3 night min.  stay for Bank holidays,  June and July and 4 night min stay the last week of July and the whole of August 

​       Price for WHOLE camp per night £330 midweek £370 weekend, bank holidays and school holidays. We do not rent wagons   individually....the site is all yours..!

 

  • Our 4 wagons have  double beds,  additional beds (up to 6) £10 per bed per night, children free 

 

    We provide a welcome basket (tea, coffee, milk, bread & eggs ) a basket of  firewood & kindling ,                 additional local wood can be purchased on site .     Check in 3 pm     Check out 10 am.


    25% non-refundable deposit is required to secure your booking with the remainder 8 weeks prior to         your stay. We accept  BACS transfer payment.

To arrange your booking, please fill in the form below or call us on 07977 535233 or 07786 063813

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Find Us:

Please note the pin on google maps is incorrect. Turn left on the B3227 before the pin and take the second right

Directions:

From the M5 leave at junction 27. Follow the A361 (Link Road) towards Barnstaple /Tiverton. After approx 25 miles (30mins) at a roundabout exit left to South Molten . Go through the town and fork right ( by Boots the Chemist) after 100 yards turn left to Torrington on the B3227. After 10 miles you will come down hill into Umberleigh and cross the River Taw   (Rising Sun Pub in front) Turn right and round the corner take a left to Atherington (B3227) Just under 1 mile turn Left up a single track lane signposted 'Fisherton'. Pass a gateway and house and then you will come out into a yard, with a white house, please park in front of the wrought iron railings. If you reach the church you've gone too far

Fisherton Farm,

Atherington,

Umberleigh,

Devon,

EX37 9JA 

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Traffic advice and short cuts:
Experience has told us that the best way here from London direction is taking the M4. The M3 and A303 is a very long slow road, particularly at weekends and high season . 
Often the traffic is very heavy around the M4/M5 junction (15/20) and the new few exits  16,17,18 around Cribbs Causeway on the M5. A slightly longer but usually traffic free route is to stay on the M4 for 2 more junctions then exit @ junction 22 onto the M49 DO NOT TAKE THE M48 this will then rejoin the M5 at junc 18a hopefully missing all the congestion. The same route applies in the reverse on way back.

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Drawing of camp by Jemma