East Cornwall

Widemouth Bay

Poundstock, Poundstock, Nr. Bude, Cornwall, EX23 0DF

Widemouth Bay Caravan Park is situated just 5 minutes from Widemouth Bay beach which offers a long stretch of sandy beach, good surf and numerous rockpools to explore.

The Park is in over 50 acres of grounds and includes a woodland nature trail.

Accommodation at Widemouth Bay consists of modern caravan holiday homes all fully furnished and equipped for your self-catering break.

On the park itself there is an indoor pool, a children’s playground, football area, clubroom, bar meals and takeaway and amusement arcade. There is a resident entertainment team.

Widemouth Bay Caravan Park does not accept bookings from all-male or all-female parties under the age of 25 (except couples) or from mixed parties under 21.

Please note this site is quite hilly and may not be suitable for guests with walking difficulties or mobility problems.

  • Facilities

    Foxy Club
    Resident Entertainment Team
    Indoor pool
    Children’s Play Area
    Crazy Golf
    Woodland Nature Trail
    Drifters Venue
    Chef’s Corner Bar Meals & Takeaway
    Convenience Store
    Free WiFi in venue

  • Accommodation

    Accommodation at Widemouth Bay Caravan Park is in modern caravan homes. Sleeping up to 8, all caravans have fitted kitchens, separate bedrooms, bathroom and colour TV.

  • Charges

    Service Charge £8.50 per unit per night per £9.50 break, £10.50 per unit per night per £15 break
    Entertainment+ Passes £5 per person per break - Under 2s FREE
    Peak Date Supplement: £4.50 per person per break Apr 16, May 21, Jul 2, 9, Aug 30, Oct 22, 29; £7 per person per break Apr 12, May 28, 31, Jul 12, 16, Oct 25
    PAY ONLY £9.50 Oct 11
    PAY ONLY £15.00 Jun 7, 11, 14

  • Attractions

    A short drive will take you to the popular town of Bude, which has many interesting places to visit, as well as good shopping. From Widemouth it's easy to explore the many and varied delights of both Devon and Cornwall. Visit Tintagel, a place of mystery and romance with its witches' museum and the legend of King Arthur and Merlin. All along this coast are quaint fishing villages and market towns, which are quite unspoilt. There are traditional inns and hosts of smugglers' coves, which are delightful places for a quiet picnic. By complete contrast, Newquay, about an hour away offers all the fayre of a traditional 'kiss me quick' seaside resort and is well worth a visit.

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