From the M5 at Exeter, take the A30 towards Okehampton. Just past Okehampton at the top of a long hill, take the slip road signposted to Bude and follow signs to the A3072. On reaching a T-junction with the A39 at Stratton, turn right and follow the A39 for 100 metres then turn left. After one mile, there is a crossroads near the village of Poughill (pronounced ‘Pofle’), carry straight on and Wooda Farm Park is 100 metres further on, on the right.
Alternatively, leave the M5 at Junction 27 and follow the North Devon Link Road to Barnstaple and Bideford. On the A39, pass through Kilkhampton and after four miles you will see TYR Car Sales on the right. Take the next right.
Drive for one mile past crossroads and Wooda Farm Park is 100 metres further on, on the right. We recommend using AA Route Planner or Google Directions to plan your journey.
For live traffic updates from the area, visit: theaa.com/traffic-news/Bude
Note: Google Maps and Sat Navs are not always correct; if you are following the instructions travelling South on the A39 (from Barnstaple), please avoid Stone Hill and continue on the A39 south until you see signs for Wooda.
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The nearest airport to Bude is Cornwall Airport Newquay, with direct flights from airports across the UK and Ireland, as well as wider Europe. Public transport to Bude is available from the airport, and if hiring a car, the drive will take around an hour.
Visit: cornwallairportnewquay.com for more information, plus flight times and prices.
Bude itself has no train station, but travellers from across the UK can take the train to various local stations. The London to Penzance route calls at Exeter St Davids, while towns such as Plymouth, Bideford, Barnstaple and other locations also have train stations. From there, take advantage of Cornwall’s fantastic local bus routes.
Visit: nationalrail.co.uk for train information, times and prices.