"An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Cornwall"
A perfect base for exploring the amazing coastline and other attractions of North Cornwall, our Club Site near Bude is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The local beaches are a surfers' paradise and also great for building sandcastles.
Did you know... Although the Club Site is called Bude, it is nearer the village of Boscastle. At the time of naming the site, Bude was the better known local town. Unfortunately, with the devastating floods of August 2004, Boscastle has now become the more famous local name.
Join the South West Coast Path - Britain's longest National Trail - and walk to the beach at Crackington Haven or Tintagel.
Cyclists can also enjoy the Camel Trail, which follows a disused railway along the Camel Estuary from Padstow to Bodmin Moor in the rugged heart of Cornwall.
Local beaches include Widemouth Bay with its splendid expanse of sand. Surf schools run from the beach.
King Arthur's legendary home is Tintagel Castle, now managed by English Heritage.
The Launceston Steam Railway runs narrow gauge trains on the old North Cornwall Railway, linking Launceston with New Mills.
Sea fishing trips run from Boscastle. Catch mackerel, trace wrecks or search for sharks from the harbour.
Bude town is nine miles north. The clifftops here form one of the most spectacular sections of the South West Coast Path.
The Bude Canal has flat towpath walks, marshes and thriving wetlands. It is great for birdwatchers, walkers and cyclists.
Hidden Valley Discovery Park allows the whole family to take part in the Crystal Challenges and the Vault.
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