Welcome To High House Farm
Mrs Ruth Froud
High House Farm,
Tel : +447775504550 / 01548 842325
Email : email@example.com
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Caravan and Motorhome Club
5 Outfits Only
A peaceful level site, all pitches have sea and coastal terrain views. Coast path and restaurant within 10 minutes walk. Sandy dog friendly beach within 15 minute walk and further sandy coves and beaches within walking distance. Pedestrian ferry to Salcombe 30 minute walk. Village, pub and shop/cafe in next village 1,1/2 miles.
Facilities : Suitable for Caravans and Motorhomes, Grass pitches, Electric hookup available, Scenic views, Dogs welcome,
TV reception good.
Nearby : Village Restaurant/Pub, Shop, Cafe.
Open : All Year
Pitch Fee : from £14
Peace and Quiet!
We stayed here for two weeks in July 2020. A beautiful little site with views of the sea and very quiet apart from the birds. Hand sanitizers were everywhere. By the gate and recycling. One on each tap and hookups. Lots of places to visit. Coast path a 10 minute walk down the lane. Yes there are narrow lanes but if you drive slowly they’re not too much of a problem. Don’t use Sat Nav. We found the directions good but when it says “drive for four miles” look out for a little red post box on the right then take next on turning on the right which is Knowles Cross and continue with instructions. We unfortunately missed this turning. We were looking for a cross roads! Definitely an amazingly beautiful area to visit especially for walking. Recommended.
Reviewed on 15/08/2020
Ignore sat nav if you love your van!
Great site as per reviews. Stunning. Like a fool I believed myGarmin caravan and camping sat nav. She took me on an unmade track. My poor motorhome scraped and pruned it's way along four miles of said track. No passing places, hairpins, sharp turns into steep inclines. My wife was pleading for me to make it stop. Plan your route in great detail, ignore your nav! Follow lorry route. Still narrow and dodgy for mirrors and wide vehicles, but much better than "recommended sat nav route" All roads within 10-15 miles of site not for those with a nervous disposition.
Reviewed on 12/08/2020
Simply our favourite site.
Just returned from another visit to this lovely site. If you are looking for peace and quiet, coastal, woodland and field walking with a cream tea in the Gara Rock Hotel 400 yards away at the end then this is the place to be. You can lie in bed at night and instead of counting sheep, watch the lights on the ships heading up and down the English Channel. We come at all times of the year and it's always a pleasure to chill out here. Mill Bay beach is an easy walk through fields and woodland and the ferry across to Salcombe is a couple of hundred yards further, Gara Rock beach is even closer. Don't be put off by the reports of narrow roads. We have a 7m motorhome and there are many passing places. Allow yourself time and just take it slowly and you really won't have a problem. The devonian exhortation: 'Rush along steady', pretty much sums it up!
Reviewed on 22/07/2020
Fabulous CL for all
Roads just keep on getting smaller after Kingsbridge, but well worth the effort to reach this quiet bit of paradise. Stunning views from site, and great walks straight from the site. Simple CL, with power, water and chemical disposal point. Helpful friendly owner. Mix of couples of various ages, and a family. All having a lovely time. We're fortunate to live only an hour or so away, so this will become a regular short break for us.
Reviewed on 19/07/2020
Great option, but getting there has its challenges
The big challenge with this site is getting to it and from it (I thought my wife was having another baby the way she reacted to the roads). Unlike the previous description we had zero problems following the instructions to get to the site, We had checked out on the map and common sense with the instructions got us there. It's a good job as the roads are small and not for the faint hearted, you cannot afford to get it wrong. My advice is arrive early or late as the roads are generally quieter. Having said that we left at 20.00 in poor weather conditions and we expected to meet 5 or 6 cars on previous experience, but we met 30 (a wedding apparently coming the opposite direction). It took us 25 mins to drive 5.5 miles. Having said that the site is a basic CL with electric, it is well maintained drains well and glorious views. The welcome is good and the facilities are clear and easy to use, just what you'd want or expect. The walking and local beaches are excellent, but going further a field is a challenge in time if you want to explore all Devon. Note, for Dartmouth the A379 is closed and it is a long way round. However, if you are looking at this site you aren't going for the usual attractions and have probably done a bit of research. It is the coast, peace and quiet and a chance to escape from everybody else that this site offer and it does that really well. The other visitors present ranged from the retired to young families and everybody loved it, although we believe one or two cancelled, and there were free spaces - shame on them Our other major challenge was the disadvantage of having the open views from the top of the hill, we had some the high winds and heavy rain. We wrestled our porch awningcdown at 1.20 in the dark, before is was damaged. The worsening forecast meant we left a day early. However I paint a negative picture with road access or weather, but if you've read this far you are genuinely interested in the area. I'd say give it a go, be sensible about your arrival time and enjoy it - we certainly did. If you want loads of attractions and need others to entertain you - forget it - that's not the point of using this site.
Reviewed on 05/08/2018
Directions : Please only use these recommended directions for the final approach and not satnav,
due to unsuitable roads for towing:
Turn right off the A379 (Kingsbridge – Dartmouth road) at Stokenham, Carehouse Cross (signposted East Portlemouth); follow signpost to East Prawle/East Portlemouth for 4 miles; at Knowle Fork turn right into road signposted East Portlemouth; in 1 mile pass 3 sharp bends, go pass farm entrance on right, in 90 metres, take first left turn to Gara Rock/Rickham; site is in the first gate on the left.
Note: No vehicular ferry across Estuary from Salcombe.