Budemeadows is an AA 4 Pennant Touring Park located only three miles from the seaside town of Bude. Widemouth Bay is also close by and it's a haven for surfers throughout the year. There's an 18 hole golf course within easy reach of the site as well as plenty of opportunity for fishing, rock climbing, pony trekking and walking.
This nine acre park has a range of attractions and facilities for families with children, and groups. Dogs are welcome too. Many visitors return year after year and they're always quick to recommend the park to their friends and family.
The park is arranged into small groups of pitches and they're separated by hedges or picket fencing.
|Non-electric Pitch (2 adults, 1 car)||£13.50||£20.00||£18.50||£26.50|
|Electric Pitch (2 adults, 1 car)||£18.00||£24.00||£22.50||£30.50|
|Single person fee (non-electric/electric)||£9 / £13.50||£13.50/£17.50||£12.50/£16.50||£26.50/30.50|
|Additional adult (over 15)||£4.50||£6.50||£6.00||£7.00|
|Additional child (3-15 years, under 3s no charge)||£3.00||£4.25||£3.75||£5.00|
|Dogs (maximum 2 per pitch during high season)||£1.00||£2.00||£1.00||£2.50|
|Specific pitch fee||-||£2.00||-||£2.00|
|Hard standing pitch||-||£1.00||-||£1.00|
|Over 60's special rate (2 adults, 2 dogs and electric hook up)*||£16.00||-||£19.00||-|
*At least 50% of adults in the group must be 60 or over to qualify for this special offer.
When making a booking, please inform us of your type of pitch (grass, hard standing or premier), what you're bringing (tent, caravan, folding camper etc) and how big it is.
*Open from the last week in May to the end of August.
Site-wide Wi-Fi is available and a ticket can be purchased from the bar or reception. Prices start £1 for 60 minutes, £5 for 24 hours and £15 for seven days access.
As there's no dedicated parking, everything you bring with you must comfortably fit within your pitch's boundary.
Both Bude and Widemouth have large sandy beaches with ample parking.
Further afield is the village of Tintagel, which is heavily associated with Arthurian legend, Port Issac, Launceston, the Eden Project, and attractions in North Devon.