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Widemouth Fields Holiday Park is a great place from which to explore the beauties of the north Cornish coast. We welcome solo travelers, couples and families to stay with us at our holiday park near Bude, where we have brand new holiday caravans and Swift S-Pods, as well as more basic log pods, and electric camping and touring pitches.
Surrounded by glorious countryside and phenomenal views; only a mile west from the park you’ll be greeted by the golden sands of Widemouth Bay. Just 5 miles north and you’ll discover the seaside town of Bude – Voted the Best UK Coastal Resort in the UK Travel Awards 2016. There are lots of pubs, coastal walks and restaurants close by, plus Tintagel and historic places of interest are within easy reach. We also have a 12 month season, so you can holiday with us anytime of the year!
This is what you will find at Widemouth Fields:
Our self-catering accommodation
Wi-Fi connectivity & mobile reception
For a small additional cost, Wi-Fi is now fully available across the park; please follow the login in process to register and pay for internet connection. Free support is available or alternatively, please speak to one of our reception team for details.
We’re dog friendly
We love welcoming you and your dogs to stay. Click here for more information about our dog friendly accommodation in Cornwall or speak to our reception team.
All holiday guests can benefit from our great on-site facilities, designed to ensure the perfect relaxing seaside holiday for you and your family.
Love the look of the peaceful countryside but fancy some traditional holiday park entertainment? Our sister park Bude Holiday Resort is located just 5 miles from Widemouth Fields and has a wide range of fantastic amenities! There’s a heated outdoor swimming pool, amusement arcade, restaurant, bar with evening entertainment and much, much more. All guests to Widemouth Fields are welcome to use Bude Holiday Resort’s facilities, completely free of charge! Click here for more information.
Our licensed bar and lounge is located inside our club house, where you’ll also find our main reception and shop. With a TV or radio to play, and comfy seating, it is a kitsch place to enjoy an evening drink or two with views overlooking the park.
For a small additional cost, Wi-Fi is now fully available across the park; please follow the login in process to register and pay for internet connection. Free support is available or alternatively, please speak to one of our reception team for details
At Widemouth Fields we have all your touring and camping needs covered including a complete range of pitches from standard to premium. There are free heated shower and toilet facilities, with a private family bathroom available. We also have an undercover area for dish washing.
In a quiet and safe part of the park (due to be upgraded for 2017), you’ll find our outdoor playground, with swings and climbing frames, plus plenty of space for the little ones to run round in the Cornish sunshine!
Find essentials for your caravan holiday, glamping break, camping and touring needs inside our mini-market, located in our reception building. There are gas bottles, groceries, confectionery, outdoor games and more, but if you happen to require something we don’t have stocked, there’s plenty of local shops and supermarkets close by in Widemouth and Bude.
Stay at Widemouth Fields and you’ll access the nightly entertainment at Bude Holiday Resort between March and end of October. With dazzling costumes, fun activities, prizes to be won ranging from a posh bottle of vino to a glamping break for two, our new nightly shows presented by the entertainment teams are supported by our cuddly mascot Surfing Sami. Please note that our entertainment schedules can vary depending on the time of year.
Widemouth Fields is surrounded by nature reserves, stunning countryside, public footpaths and many beautiful beaches. Explore Bude and visit the renowned villages of Boscastle, Tintagel and Clovelly, venture into the home of ITV’s Doc Martin at Port Isaac or savour the pretty seaside town of Padstow.
Whether it’s sporty, family-friendly, educational, or wet weather attractions you’re after, you’ll find a plethora of exciting days out, not far from the park. Whatever your interest, from walking or horse-riding, golf to fishing, or even just a lazy day relaxing with a Cornish cream tea, there is something for absolutely everyone close by.
Inspiring painters, photographers and visitors alike, Bude’s beaches are truly breathtaking. At Summerleaze Beach you will find lots of colourful fishing boats and beach huts, as well as one of the very few tidal swimming pools which still remains open to the general public today. Crooklets Beach offers a huge expanse of golden sand and rock pools and is popular with surfers of all abilities. A few miles out of town you’ll find even more beach delights such as Northcott Mouth, Widemouth Bay and Sandymouth.
Distance: 1.2 - 7.8 milesVisit Website
For a day of history, beauty and magic visit Tintagel Castle. Situated in a wonderful location, high on the rugged North Cornwall coast, the Castle offers dramatic views, and its fascinating ruins and stunning beach cafe make it a perfect day trip. With a history stretching as far back as the Romans, Tintagel Castle is one of the most iconic visitor attractions in the South West.
Distance: 16.1 milesVisit Website
A part of Bude’s history as a seaside resort, Bude Sea Pool is a must-visit during your stay. Created in the 1930s, part man-made and part natural environment, Bude Sea Pool is an incredible part of Bude to uncover. Enjoy a blissful swim amongst the cliffs and bathe in the sunlight at this unique spot. Admission is unrestricted and completely free.
Distance: 1.4 milesVisit Website
The local area is brilliant for walks and bike rides through the countryside and along the coast. With the South West Coastal Path nearby and plenty of places to hire bikes, you can take your adventure anywhere in the local area. Watch this space for a downloadable walking and bike riding guide.
Take a stroll beside or paddle along the historic Bude Canal. Stop off at the local Tourist Information Centre and head to the Canal where you can hire a canoe, kayak, pedaloe, or bike for you and your family. The level towpath makes the Canal ideal for wheelchair users and pushchairs and you can discover all sorts of wildlife and nature as you make your way down the Canal.
Distance: 1.8 milesVisit Website
Bude Castle is ideal for anyone eager to learn Bude’s rich heritage, geology, natural history and local art. Built in 1830 by inventor Sir Goldsworthy Gurney, today it is the ideal space for you to discover all there is to know about Bude and the surrounding area. From shipwrecks, Gurney’s inventions, the town’s history to local artwork, it’s a great day out with the family.
Distance: 1.7 milesVisit Website
For a family day out filled with space-themed adventures, head to North Devon’s Milky Way theme park. Ride the Cosmic Typhoon roller coaster, go wild on the assault courses and slides inside the indoor play area, and kick back to watch some amazing magic shows and animal displays. The adventure awaits!
Distance: 18.6 milesVisit Website
Find acres of indoor and outdoor play areas at Trethorne Leisure Farm! There’s a fantastic range of activities such as trampolines, crazy golf, slides, sand pits, ball pools, assault courses and much more. Meet their friendly animals in the farm barn and ride one of their lovely ponies around the yard. Trethorne has all you need and more for a great family day out in Cornwall.
Distance: 18.2 milesVisit Website
The Hidden Valley is an adventure park with a real difference. Embark upon many quests during your visit, with lots of clues and challenges along the way. With different trails including the Indiana and Sherlock Holmes trails, as well as a maize, mini railway, woodland walks and much more. Don’t forget to visit the spectacular and mysterious Forbidden Mansion too!
Distance: 18.6 milesVisit Website
Open all year round, Harlequinns Leisure Centre offers entertainment for all the family, whatever the weather. With one of the biggest children’s play zones in the South West spread over six fun-packed floors, there’s endless fun to be had. There’s also ten lanes of ten pin bowling and a wide variety of dishes available at their in-house restaurant ‘The Snackbowl’.
Distance: 3.6 milesVisit Website
Trelawny Tea Room overlooks Widemouth Bay and offers a delicious home cooked breakfast or lunch (or even brunch) as well as bike and surf hire. Recuperate after a day at the beach with a traditional Cornish cream tea.
Distance: 1.5 milesVisit Website
Beach House is seated atop the sand dunes on Widemouth Bay, with beautiful panoramic views over the beach. Sit on the terrace and enjoy a delicious meal combining the best of local Cornish produce and flavours from around the globe. They also have a cute beach cafe for your fish and chips fix!
Distance: 1.6 milesVisit Website