The pub is a hub with laundrette facilities, warm showers and free wifi.
THE PUB is not CONNECTED TO ANY CAMPSITES
Please don't make loud noises in all campsites past 11pm.
Generally you should try to make as little noise as possible and be particularly quiet early in the morning and late at night. This means talking quietly and keeping the volume low if playing music, no music after 10pm. Don't forget that actions such as closing and opening car doors and boots are also loud and will bother sleeping campers.
You are on holiday and you will of course want to have fun, so it is a balancing act between enjoying yourself and not ruining the enjoyment of others. Loud drunken groups on campsites are a pet hate of other campers - although some might not be so hard on themselves when it's their night to get carried away! Remember that it is very hard to regulate the volume of your voice and your music when you are drinking: after about 11pm you are expected to keep it down. The same goes if you have children in your group. Kids love camping and running around but their shouting isn't so fun for other campers who might not be very understanding. The point is that camping and campsites are for everyone.
Stephen's Field & Little Holloway
ONLY OPEN DURING THE SUMMER
Camping is available in 'Stephen's Field' and 'Little Hollaway'. The sites have toilets (bring your own toilet roll!) and wash hand basins and a drinking water tap. There are no showers on site but are available in the Pigs Nose Pub during lunch time and evenings (current price Adult £2, Children £1). Both fields have panoramic views of the sea, Prawle Point and Start Point. Stephen's Field is close to the Village Green where you will find the Pigs Nose Inn, Piglet Stores andCafe. Little Hollaway is closer to Prawle Point and the coastal footpath and is ideal for families. Well behaved dogs are welcomed but must be tethered when on site. You can just pitch up and the owner will call around in the morning. Please do not hesitate to telephone for further information.
Phone: 01548 511 422
Short 15 minute walk from the pub with amazing views of the sea.
Phone: 01548 511 537
yurt camping at high nature
Our beautiful small scale coastal camping site consists of 5 yurts aimed to attract people wishing to explore the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the undulating hills of the South Hams. The main camping area consists of a spacious field, with the sea located on the southern boundary. The field is divided into 4 main circular spaces so that visitors can feel enclosed within their own private glade. Wildflowers provide valuable wildlife habitat, fabulous for observing bees and butterflies. A large standing stone provides a focus in the middle of the field. On a clear evening, the sunsets and star gazing up here on the plateau are truly spectacular.
30 minute walk from the pub
WILTON FARM - SOUTH POOL
A campsite (plus working farm!) set in the glorious South Devon hills near Salcombe & Kingsbridge in a little village called South Pool. It enjoys spectacular & unspoiled views of the local area with access to not only a wealth of nature trails and wildlife but easy access to the creek & estuary for those who wish to bring small boats, kayaks and canoes. Wilton Farm is ideally situated to visit some of the famous locations in the area such as the sailing town of Salcombe, the old market town of Kingsbridge and wonderful beaches such as Mill Bay & Fisherman’s Cove. With 8 acres of camping, Wilton Farm provides ample space to find your perfect camping spot with stunning views across the South Devon hills & estuary. We are a working farm and as such have a well-stocked shop with fresh produce such as milk, bread and vegetables & even wood for BBQs (we provide the BBQs too!). We have ducklings on the site at the moment – feel free to go and say hello & give them their feed!
Address: Wilton Farm, Southpool, Kingsbridge, TQ7 2RR