- Very Dog Friendly Campsite in Bideford
- Large grassy pitches
- Dog walk in adjoining field
- Short drive to varied beaches
- Short drive to stunning coastal footpath
- Day kennelling available
Ashcroft Farm - Dog Friendly Camp site in Bideford, Devon
Set within glorious Devon countryside Ashcroft is a family run farm, situated approximately 1¼ miles from Woolsery village, 3 miles inland from picturesque Clovelly, 10 miles from Bideford and 15 miles from Bude.
Water - Electric hook ups - Toilets - Shower - Washing up area
Chemical Disposal Point - Day kennels
Ashcroft Farm is set within 2 acres of grassland, flat and gently sloping. All pitches are a minimum of 10 x 10 metres, most being 15 x 15 metres. We have a maximum of 14 pitches. We welcome touring caravans, campervans and tents to our site. Pitches are arranged around the edge of the field, leaving the middle clear for children to play within site of your unit.
While dogs must be kept on a lead on the campsite, there is plenty of space available to free run in adjoining fields.
Children and dogs are welcome.
We have day kennelling facilities available, providing dog care for when there are outings where the weather or situation is unsuitable for your dog to accompany you.
D.I.Y livery is also available for anyone wishing to bring their own horse.
Tariff per night:
Pitch including two people - £13
Additional adult over 15 years of age - £3
Additional child over 3 years of age - £1.50
Electric hook up - £4
Day Kennel - £10 for up to 4 hours (longer by arrangement)
Dogs, awning, pup tent, gazebo, extra car, dog fence all free of charge
Sea fishing is available from Clovelly 3 miles away.
The nearest beach is Bucks Mills approximately 3 miles away, which is very pretty, excellent for rock pooling and sandy at a low tide.
Westward Ho! Approximately 11 miles away has a fantastic sandy beach perfect for belly boarding, also with an excellent Surf School.
The stunning coastal footpath is accessible at various points only a short drive away.
Atlantic Village retail outlet is 10 miles away in Bideford, where a large Asda store can also be found.
Golf courses are also located locally.
Woolsery village has the Farmers Arms Pub www.woolsery.com/pub the village shop which is open till 9pm every night, and a Fish and Chip shop.
Exmoor, Dartmoor, RHS Rosemoor and The Eden Project, as well as various other attractions and National Trust properties are within comfortable reach as day trips.
Family fun outings can be enjoyed nearby at both The Milky Way Adventure Park and The Big Sheep.
We also have some other very good, dog friendly, local pubs serving excellent food.
If you have any other enquiries please do not hesitate to contact either Bob or Vicki on
“Fantastic little site. Pitches are an excellent size with water taps close to each pitch and you can fence (windbreak) to make it great for the dogs. The exercise field was massive and I could let my two labs off leads with no worries about jumping fences to chase sheep etc. Only downside was twice in ten days my bitch found fox poo! We went to two nearby sandy beaches that were dog friendly and there's plenty of other attractions that allow dogs within a half hour drive. Local Chip shop was absolutely delicious, so much so we went twice. (Oh well we were on holiday). There's a new toilet block that's cleaned regularly with hot showers and Vicki, the owner, was friendly and helpful. Highly recommended. We will be back.”
- Kirsty Lewis
“Just returned from three nights at Ashcroft, what a lovely and friendly site, very helpful and pleasant owners. The pitches are large and a nice new shower block with lovely hot shower. Lovely walks in the forestry commission woods with the dog's and a large dog exercise area on site. Will return no problem and highly recommend to friends. ”
- Ian Fereday
“Fantastic place. Three adjacent fields for exercising dogs off their leads. Vicki is so so helpful does a freezer block exchange for those who choose 'old skool' no electric hook up! Having spent four nights here recently we will be going back as soon as we can. The local beaches and pubs are dog friendly and the fish and chip shop in the village is excellent too.”
- Jo Lloyd & Richard Cox