We camped at The Little Roadway Farm Campsite (great range of booze in the shop but couldn't see any animals!)
One of my favourite pints, Cornish Rattler - at Captain Jack's
Very rainy beach
Sea Breeze Ice Cream & Coffee Shop
GJ's Dutch Pancake Bar
AKA, a throughly British Bank Holiday on the coast!
My husband and I (always think of the Queen's speach when I write that) spent a very wet weekend in Woolacombe at the end of August.
The main draw was the surfing. I'd purchased surfing lessons for hubbie for his birthday as he really enjoyed it when he did it years ago. I booked my first ever horse riding lesson for the same morning.
Unfortunately surfing was postponed so we had to wait until the Monday for the lesson and after walking down to watch a bit of the surfing, I retreated back to the town for a hot drink and a hand dryer.
On the way I discovered a plethora of GF and DF goodies. Woolacombe is teeny tiny, a little model village but you'd eat out pretty well here. As it was our last day, we didn't get a chance to, but we will definitely be back. Bodacious waves, a filly called Bobby and a 'Dutch style' pancake awaits us!