Our caravan is a lovely 2 bedroom, 6 berth van with central heating and double glazing. It is situated at the top of the John Fowler, Widemouth Bay Park, with views of the countryside and a sea view from one of the windows, the field facing the large picture window is, sometimes, visited by a stag. There is parking nearby.
The van has a double bedroom with a door into the caravan’s toilet/shower room and, unusually, a walk-in wardrobe. There is a twin bedroom and a pull out bed in the living area. The living area has a TV and DVD player. The kitchen is well equipped with a toaster, kettle, microwave, full size cooker and a fridge. There are sufficient place settings for 6 people. There is a gated decking area and an outside locked storage box which holds a table and chairs, feel free to use the bodyboards along with the buckets and spades also in there.
We do NOT provide any linens i.e towels, beach towels, tea towels or bed linen etc.
We also have an 8 berth, if you require something larger.
We have purchased an Anti-Viral fogging machine, so that the caravan can be 'fogged' before each let, keeping our guests safe.
Site amenities include a clubhouse, take away, bar, Foxy kids club, kid’s bingo, amusements and pool tables, next gen games den, with free Wi-Fi in the clubhouse, indoor heated swimming pool with aqua gliders and water walkers. Outside there are crazy golf and kids play area. There is also a shop and a launderette. The owners are not responsible for what site amenities are available at any given time, due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Widemouth Bay is a short walk away and an even shorter drive. The town of Bude is approx 3 miles from the site and here you will find shops and a supermarket, it is a great place to visit, you can even take a self drive boat along the canal.
Situated on the North Cornish coast you are within easy reach of North Devon as well and places like Clovelly, Bideford and Barnstaple are not too far away. There are many historical (Tintagel), places of interest and family attractions to see within easy reach including Boscastle, Port Isaac (Doc Martin location), Padstow (Rick Stein), Newquay, the Camel Vineyard, the Big Sheep, the Milky Way, Old MacDonald’s Farm and about an hour away is the famous Eden Project. Slightly further and there’s Mevagissey, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Fowey, Looe and many other places.
Gas and electricity are included in the price.
The park rules do not allow same sex groups i.e stag and hen parties, same sex couples and their families are, of course, welcome.