Winner of the 2016 best UK resort, Bude Holiday Resort is based amongst the beautiful North Cornwall coastline and is in close distance to the picturesque town of Bude. Buying a holiday home at the resort offers a great fun-packed holiday with range of facilities and things to do on-site and at Bude but is also perfect for relaxing with its tranquil coastal settings and scenery.
There is much to do on the park including the outdoor swimming pool that is currently being revamped and a newly-built, modern swimming pool will soon be available. There is an adventure playground designed to keep younger children busy with a large array of swings and slides and a club house which accommodates great nightly entertainment and features a pool table and bar with free WiFi. An amusements arcade is all available for use with plenty of fun and games inside. Members may choose to spend their entire holiday onsite due to the convenience of a laundrette and mini-market, stocked with all the essentials, on-site as well as a dog-walking area due to the pet-friendly nature of the resort. The Beach-combers Diner and Takeaway means delicious food can be enjoyed on-site and extended family members who wish to join families at their holiday home for a short break have the option of affordable and comfortable touring pitches, glamping pods and caravan accommodation There is a great range of good money-value holiday homes to hire which all have monthly payments and buyers can chose between new and pre-loved holiday homes which sleep from two up to six people.
Bude town is just under two-miles from the resort and takes eight minutes to drive to. There is a great range of things to do for all the family in Bude which includes the one-hundred and eleven-acre Camel Creek Adventure Park- a haven of rides, animal encounters and play area, Camel Creek is also home to a fascinating 5D simulator. Different wildlife can be explored thorugh Bude’s Tamar Otter and Wildlife Centre which is home to different otter species in natural enclosures and a woodland walk where owls, deer, wallabies and waterfowl can be seen. The town has excellent heritage and there are a variety of buildings which display Bude’s great history, examples of which include The Arthurian Centre which is a beautiful walk through archaeological sites to King Arthur’s stone. A huge variety of sporting activities occur in Bude including a great range of water sports such as fishing, canoeing and surfing. There are also many adrenaline-invoking sports that occur such as shooting, rock-climbing and archery. There are many local, delicious cafes perfect for afternoon tea such as The Lock Gates Tea Room and plenty of friendly cosy pubs for a hearty meal such as the Bay View Inn and a great collection of bistros, restaurants and takeaways.
Bude Holiday Resort