Devon and Cornwall

Damage Barton Club Site

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Damage Barton Caravan Club Site
Mortehoe Station Road
EX34 7EJ
Tel 01271 870502

Friday, 06, Sep 2013 03:56

Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2012, the Damage Barton Club Site is a small family-run site that offers a relaxing environment in which to enjoy your caravan holiday. Located on a vast 600-acre sheep and cattle farm, it offers a slow pace of life and beautiful country walks teeming with wildlife. Don't forget your binoculars! Lots of beaches are just a couple of miles away, while the delightful Dovetail Gallery in Illfracombe is also worth investigating.

Standard on-site amenities include a toilet block and laundry facilities, with a parent, baby and toddler washroom and disabled-friendly facilities also provided. Pets are welcome at the site, but only two dogs per pitch, and public transport connections are within walking distance. Damage Barton is an affiliated site and with 45 pitches is available to members only.

In low season, Damage Carton is £5.20 per adult and £1.70 per child with a pitch fee of £5.50, while in high season it is £7.25 and £3.75 with a pitch fee of £9 per night. In mid-season, adults cost £5.70 and children £2.30 with a pitch fee per night of £6. Dogs are charged either £1 or £2 depending on the time of season and a non-refundable £25 deposit per booking is also required.

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