Pentire Coastal Holiday Park
About the Resort
Located a 5-minute drive from the beautiful beaches of Bude, Pentire Coastal Holiday Park is the ideal place for a break in Cornwall. You can unwind in a spacious modern holiday home in peaceful surroundings, with the striking scenery of the coast within easy distance.
Pentire has a variety of comfortable caravans available to book, all of which are modern and well-equipped, with many boasting incredible views of the nearby coast. The local village of Kilkhampton with its pubs and restaurants is just 15 minutes’ walk away, and easy access to the A39 means you’re also ideally placed to explore by car the many attractions Cornwall has to offer.
Things to Try
Milky Way Adventure Park
If you’re looking for a day of family fun, the Milky Way Adventure Park is just 10 miles from Pentire. With five rollercoasters, indoor and outdoor activities and play areas, a range of live shows and events, and more, there’s something for everyone at this amazing theme park.
Raven Surf School
If you’re looking to take to the waves, the Raven Surf School at Widemouth Bay is the perfect place to get started. The brilliant instructors will take you through how to do it, step-by-step, in a beautiful beach setting that’s ideal for surfers of any age or experience level.
Immerse yourself in history with a visit to the ruins of this medieval castle atop the rugged Cornish clifftops. Linked to the legend of King Arthur, Tintagel Castle has a definite air of enchantment to it and its location offers incredible views over the surrounding area.
Blue Reef Aquarium
Take a peek at life beneath the waves at the Blue Reef Aquarium in Newquay, where you’ll come face-to-face with undersea creatures including sharks, turtles and octopuses in naturally themed enclosures. Don’t miss the underwater tunnel with its incredible coral reef.
Food & Drink
Eat out locally at the Courtyard Bar & Grill in Poughill for tasty home-cooked meals, accompanied with a range of local beers and wines. Or head to the Break at Widemouth Bay if you fancy sweeping sea views, a casual atmosphere and an extensive menu, including some great fish and chips.
The Eden Project, with its artificial biomes full of plants from all over the world, is an experience you won’t want to miss out on while you’re in Cornwall. For those interested in learning about local history, the Bude Castle Heritage Centre is a great place for a visit.
The scenic Camel Trail is nearby and is very popular with walkers and cyclists. Summerleaze Beach at Bude has a tidal swimming pool for safer swimming in sea water without the potentially dangerous ocean currents. And if you’re looking for something a bit more relaxing, there’s good fishing in the Bude Canal.