With endless sandy beaches, dramatic cliffs, canals, acres of Cornish countryside, lakes, woodland, cycle trails and picture-perfect villages, exploring Bude and beyond, on Cornwall’s North Coast, on a family motorhome holiday, a group trip with friends in one of our holiday homes or a romantic getaway for two in a tent, taking advantage of one of the best campsites in Bude, is sure to manifest in memories that will last a lifetime.
Wooda Farm Holiday Park
Enjoy a homecooked meal in The Courtyard, a takeaway from The Lodge or a Cornish coffee or cocktail in The Loft. Take advantage of our sports facilities, including tennis, badminton and pitch ‘n’ putt. Let the children run free in the play area, Nature Trail or spot the pixies in the woodland. Or visit the alpacas and farm animals who always love a visit! You could also treat yourself to a massage or beauty treatment at the Wellness Barn. There is so much to do at Wooda Farm Holiday Park, Conrwall!
Bude and the Local Area
Unique and unspoilt, Bude is North Cornwall’s premier destination. Breathtaking coastal scenery provides amazing views, and the rugged coastline is very popular with those who love to walk. This beautiful seaside town has a number of independently owned shops as well as a superb choice of high quality restaurants and cosy pubs – the perfect place for those looking for a Cornish holiday park by the sea.
Bude is renowned for its excellent surf and beautiful sandy beaches. A vast array of outdoor activities provide excitement for the whole family; the adrenaline junkies will love coasteering, surfing and bodyboarding, whilst canoeing, boating, or sailing will suit those who prefer something a bit more gentle! For the less athletic, the Bude Canal, with flat tow-path walks, marshes, thriving wetland and recreational areas provide excellent locations for birdwatchers, fishermen, walkers and cyclists.
Bude is very near the border with Devon so is within easy reach of Dartmoor and the picturesque village of Clovelly. Also within a short drive is Tintagel Castle (thought to be the home of the legendary King Arthur) and the pretty fishing villages of Boscastle and Port Isaac. A little further down the coast, Padstow is the largest of the north coast harbours and a great location for foodies. Other popular destinations include the Eden Project, Newquay, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Kynance Cove, St Michael’s Mount and St Ives, to name but a few.