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Budemeadows Touring Park

Cornwall, Bude

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A beautiful setting among wild oaks and willows, just a mile from Widemouth Bay

Surrounded by the rolling countryside of North Cornwall within a mile of Bude and Widemouth Bay, Budemeadows is a friendly campsite popular with surfers and beach-goers. Open year-round, the family-friendly campsite is an ideal base for exploring the North Cornwall coastline.
The campsite is conveniently close to the seaside town of Bude, which offers an array of holiday attractions and facilities. Four nearby beaches of Widemouth Bay, Summerleaze, Crooklets and Sandymouth offer sandy beaches, excellent surfing, and plenty of rock pools to explore.

The gently sloping nine-acre park provides a variety of pitches for tents, caravans and motorhomes, both with and without electricity. Neat pitches are nicely landscaped, separated by hedges or picket fencing and well protected from the wind. Clean toilet blocks feature showers with abundant free hot water, decent family showers and a full-size tub for those who want to enjoy a soak.
A large heated outdoor swimming pool is a key attraction, and a large, well-equipped play area with swings, slides and a zip wire, and a giant chessboard keeps the kids occupied. A games room with table tennis, pool, table football and a TV is ideal for rainy days.Wi-Fi is available at the site.
Grumpy Pete's Bar serves a range of beers, wines and spirits as well as tea and freshly ground coffee during the summer, and a takeaway café offers hot food, ranging from a traditional fry-up to daily specials providing an alternative to Dad’s barbeque.

Open from 1st Jan to 31st Dec
Widemouth Bay, Bude, Cornwall, EX23 0NA, England

Highlights

  • Family-friendly campsite close to Bude and Widemouth Bay
  • Popular with surfers and beach-lovers
  • Heated outdoor swimming pool
  • Plenty of activities and attractions close by

Great For

Family Fun
Outdoor Activities
Beaches
Scenic Views

Facilities and things nearby

Facilities
Bar
Charging (e.g. mobile)
Chemical disposal
Disabled facilities
Drainage hook up
Electricity hook up
Games room
Gas available to buy
Ice pack freezing
Internet access
Laundry
Motorhome service point
Outdoor pool
Playground
Public phone
Shop (essentials)
Showers
Take away
Toilets
TV room
Washing up facilities
Water hook up
WiFi
Recreation
Bikes for hire
Climbing
Cycling
Fishing
Golf
Hiking
Horse riding
Indoor heated pool
Kayaking / Canoeing
Outdoor pool
Surfing
Watersports
Amenities
Public transport
Restaurant

Good to know

Policies
Dogs allowed
Motorcycles allowed
Recycling available

Location

GPS: 50.7836°N, 4.535°W

The easy route - passes several Key North Devon attractions such as the Big Sheep, the Milky Way and Clovelly: Straightforward but there are several sharp bends between the Clovelly roundabout and Kilkhampton on the A39. Exit the M5 at junction 27 (signed Barnstaple) Follow the A361 until you meet the roundabout before Barnstaple. Then take the A39 (signed Bideford, Bude) passing Bideford, Clovelly and Kilkhampton. DO NOT leave the A39 at Stratton for Bude but continue South for approximately 3 miles. Budemeadows is signposted from the main road at the top of the rise just after the sign right for Widemouth Bay. Pull into the lay-by on the left and the campsite entrance is almost immediately on the left. The shortest route - this and the next route are suitable for those coming from London and the South East Via the A30/A303: Remain on the M5 until past Exeter services. Exit at junction 31, near the top of the hill, to the A30 (signed Okehampton). Exit the A30 at Okehampton and go through the town. After climbing a long hill take the right turn (A3079), it is signed ФBude, HolsworthyХ. Avoid Holsworthy town by turning right on the (A3072), (signed Bude). Go straight across mini roundabout, turn right on the A3072 (signed Bude). When meeting the A39 at Stratton turn left. DO NOT follow the sign to Bude. Continue South for approximately 3 miles. Budemeadows Touring park is signposted from the main road at the top of the rise just after the sign right for Widemouth Bay. Pull into the lay-by on the left and the camping park entrance is almost immediately on the left. Longer route but better roads: Remain on the M5 past Exeter services. Exit at junction 31 to the A30 (signed Okehampton). Leave the A30 approximately 5 miles past the Launceston exit (ignoring all earlier signs for Bude) on the A395 (signed North Cornwall, Camelford, Wadebridge). Turn right at first roundabout, cross flyover, turn left at second roundabout and follow North Cornwall sign. At Hallworthy take the second turn right (signed Bude). At Give Way sign turn right onto A39 (The Atlantic Highway), continue on the A39 (Going North) for approximately 12 miles passing through Wainhouse Corner and Poundstock. Shortly after Poundstock watch out for "Budemeadows" sign on main road, shortly after sign to Widemouth Bay on the left. Pull into lay-by on right. The campsite entrance is at the far end of the lay-by, just before it rejoins the A39.

Airports
  • Newquay Cornwall Airport - 50 km
  • Bristol International Airport - 143 km
  • Bournemouth Airport - 190 km
Ferries
  • Plymouth - 53 km
  • Pembroke - 105 km
  • Fishguard - 140 km

Availability

Pitch (suitable for Caravan, Large tent or Motorhome)

Maximum persons: 8

Dimensions: 4 x 6 meters

Ground type: Grass, Hardstanding

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from £18.00 per night
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Policies

Payment terms

100% of the remaining balance on arrival

Cancellation policy

Cancel 30 days or more before arrival 100% refunded, Cancel less than 30 days before arrival 0% refunded

Cards accepted at this property

Credit and debit cards are not accepted at this site.