This was our first 'family' camping trip, and we really couldn't have picked a better site to start with.
The site is immaculately clean and well cared for, and the staff are brilliant, going out of their way to help with any questions, or issues you my have (even when they are down to you being a camping newbie!). It's a small site, and it was perfect for what we wanted, my boys (11 and 8) quickly made new friends and took full advantage of the play park, and the football goals, and because of it being a family site, it naturally quietened down in the evening without any rowdiness.
As newbie family campers, we didn't know what to expect with the toilet block and facilities, but we needn't have worried. Here the facilities are superb, and perfectly clean. The shower and toilet block was always clean, and the dish washing area was too. Perhaps there is an element of consciousness with it being a family site, but everyone cleaned up the sinks after themselves anyway after washing dishes, or even just wiping down the washbasins, after cleaning teeth.
The pitch sizes are great, ours was big enough to handle our large tent (4. 8m x 8. 10m) and still cope with a big car. There is a small fence separating the pitches too, which is good. The location is spot on. Ten to fifteen minutes to walk down the road into Bude, or a longer more scenic coastal path that takes you down to Summerleaze beach.
All in all a fantastic start for family camping for us. And all other sites we now visit have a very high standard to live up to.
Lovely, peaceful site. Well laid out generous pitches, clearly defined with low fence between. Very nice amenities block although the showers were a too hot for me and you cant alter the temperature ( I had to use the disabled ). Nice reception when we arrived, very helpful lady. Good shop but unfortunately not licensed. Bit of a walk into Bude, uphill coming back. We would definitely go back. Sainsburys and Co-op in the town, large Morrisons on the main road in from A39. Bude is a bit lacking in decent pubs but the beach is lovely.
This site is really lovely. It has great pitches, tiered and separated by low fences with beautiful views towards Bude. The shower block is brand new, well designed and was spotlessly clean as was the whole site.
I thought it was really good value for money.
This site is doggy heaven with the cliff path only a field away and the Bude canal only a short walk away.
There is plenty to do in the area, the weather was beautiful during my stay and a lot of time was spent on the beach!
I will be definitely returning to this fabulous site.
This is a gem of a site. Large grass pitches, separated by low post & rail fences, with views over Bude. The town centre and beaches are a 15 minute walk away, but try the scenic walk down the lane opposite the site & via the canal path in to town, about 40 minutes but lovely. The Coastal path is just a field away with some stunning views. The staff are very friendly & helpful and the toilets & showers are immaculate, as is the entire site. Just the place for a relaxing break, we didn't want to leave.
This site is well maintained and staff are very agreeable. The site is set on several levels with a mixture of flat and sloping pitches, many with EHU with good views over Bude and the surrounding countryside.
Shop is basic, but town centre with more choice is a gentle downhill stroll and an up hill slog on the way back. We never found a motor home service point for grey tanks, but everything else is catered for. A little pricey, but a superb location for Bude town and for the cliff top walks. A very dog friendly site, although while we were there few owners took the 'dogs on lead' instruction seriously.
Facilities are good and a new shower block to the upper fields is planned for next year.
All in all, if you want to be near Bude and miles of walks along the cliffs and down to the beaches, this site has no local equal.
First time we have stayed at Upper Lynstone and we absolutely loved the site. We stayed for a week late August before heading up to Devon. We stayed in a type A static caravan which was very clean and well equipped. The site is lovely and very quiet, the park was away from the caravans and the kids made friends instantly.
The shop was well equipped and reasonably priced in my opinion although we only used it for emergencies such as milk and bread. Ideally located for walks in to Bude (stopping off at the Brendon Arms for a cheeky cider). The walk took less than 20 mins but slightly longer on the way back as it's uphill
Didn't use showers or toilets on site as we were in static but we did use the washing machines/dryers etc which again were reasonably priced. Weather wasn't great but didn't dampen our enjoyment of this park and we will visit yearly from now on as, in our opinion, we thought it was great value for money. Relatives came with us and they even looked in to buying a static on site it was that good.
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