- Sleeps 8 (max 8 adults, 7 children)
New for 2019. Another Exclusive Pitch (your own private field) with compost toilet, gas-powered shower, fire pit, and added Kitchen Hut
The Owner Says
Previously the site of Great Meadow Yurt, this is now called 'Exclusive Too'. Just like the original Exclusive pitch, it has a compost toilet, gas-powered shower, fire pit and recycling/rubbish facilities, with the addition of a lovely kitchen hut. This has a gas hob and grill, all utensils and crockery provided, under-cover seating and washing-up space. There is a large mowed area to pitch your tent, and plenty of hay field and woods to explore alongside. Please note, your car park space is a walk of 150 metres from your field (we will be buying extra wheelbarrows this year!). Although the walk is worth it for such a beautiful hidden field (we think!).
About Bakesdown Farm Camping
Suitable ForGalmpers, campers, tents, campervans – yes. Dogs, caravans – no. Groups by arrangement.
NearbyIt's under four miles to Widemouth Bay, with access to the coastal path and several companies offering surfboard hire and lessons. Widemouth is also home to the excellent Bay View Inn, the best pub food in the area (see food & drink). Half a mile further, Bude has two more beaches (with more lessons and boards for hire; 07779 117746) and is backed by a wealth of independent shops. For something different, try horse riding with nearby Broomhill Manor Riding Stables(07899 676746).
Food & DrinkBude (15-20 minutes’ drive) has plenty of eating options, including River Life Café & Bistro (01288 355994) and The Bank (excellent tapas; 01288 352070). The Bay View Inn (01288 361273) in Widemouth is a family-friendly bar and restaurant with great views. Closer by, The Bullers Arms (01288 361277) in Marhamchurch is a traditional village pub serving real ales, or Whitstone Stores (01288 341444) for a morning coffee and a few provisions.
Bakesdown Farm Camping is located at Lower Bakesdown Farm, Marhamchurch, Bude, Cornwall, EX23 0HJ
From the A39 turn left to Marhamchurch, heading into the village before turning left at a T-Junction. Keep going for 3 miles, turn left towards Titson. In Titson, take the first right by a little chapel. Bakesdown Farm is about ½ mile on the right – look for red and yellow camping signs.