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Welcome To Burn Farm


Mandy Pollard
Burn Farm
Bridgerule
Near Bude
Cornwall
EX22 7EZ

Tel : 01288 381288 / 07708 455950

Email :  mandyjane67@btinternet.com

Web Site :

Caravan and Motorhome Club
Members Only
5 Outfits Only

A large quiet CL on a working farm within 10 minutes drive from the beautiful beaches in Bude. Dogs welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times and all mess picked up. Free wifi subject to availability. Seasonal garden produce for sale.

Bude itself offers a good range of shops including supermarkets, a leisure pool, bowling alley and childrens indoor playzone, leisure centre, a golf course and numerous restaurants and country pubs.

The South West Coastal Path can also be accessed from Bude which takes you either north towards Clovelly or south towards Boscastle and Tintagel. Approximately 7 miles away there is also a small cinema. The Tamar Lakes Country Park is approximately 7 miles away which offers watersports, course fishing and a 3 miles cycle track which can also be walked.

Facilities : Suitable for Caravans Motorhomes, Easy access, Electric hook up available, Grass and Hardstanding pitches, Scenic views, Dogs allowed, Wi-Fi available.

Nearby : Public transport, Restaurant/Pub, Golf, Fishing.

Open : All year

Pitch Fee : from £12

Reviews  ↓

Well spaced fab site!!!!

Well just come back from spending 15 days at this fab little site! Although it consists of 7 Pitches there is only ever 5 vans on site, we were down on pitch 7 which meant the children had a massive expanse of field to play on as the nearest van was up on pitch 4. We had the dog walk right in front of us which was ideal for us, children could take dog out as well as we knew they were safe. Site access is excellent and facilities well laid out, from pitch 7 could walk through woodland footpath up to chemical disposal. Bude and Launceston are only a short journey away. Cornwall at War and RAF Davidstowe Museum's both within 30 mins are a must visit. Boscastle and Tintagel are both close by we found best to visit late afternoon. Mandy and Brian welcome you with an information pack for the surrounding area very handy includes discounted vouchers. Fresh Produce onsite for sale subject to season. Recycling done on site all clearly marked. Notice board with local events very handy. Even with the torrential rain we experienced the site was still firm under foot. Some road noise but nothing to disturb. Children loved hearing the cows first thing in the morning and the owls at night, seeing the bats and deer thrilled them no end!

 

Loved It!

Just spent 12 wonderful days at Burn Farm. Mandy and Brian could not have been more helpful or welcoming. The directions to find the site were accurate and easy to follow. There is plenty of space on numbered pitches and although there are no views, we didn't care because it was so tranquil and quiet. No road noise ,just birdsong. There is an attractive wood along two sides and a high bank along the other, giving a secluded yet at the same time , an open feeling. The water and toilet-dump were good. In fact , the ease of using the cassette dump, far surpassed club sites. We were blessed with perfect weather, which helped but we will definitely return. Don't tell too many people about this site, we don't want to be crowded out. Thank you Mary for a wonderful C.L. Michael L

 

 

Warm welcome

Followed the directions and found the site without a problem. Mandy greeted us and explained where everything was situated. Unfortunately we arrived during the wettest September I can remember and although the site is partially hardstanding areas were very boggy especially the path to the chem disposal point. Venture ye not in this area without wellies. The surrounding villages are worth exploring if only for their architecture especially worth a look around is Stratton, it has a lovely church, as well as two pubs both selling food, the Kings Arms is the one used by the locals and is very friendly and welcoming the other one is up the hill in the village and is more of an upmarket restaurant but very quaint. One other building which must be visited is the ancient church of St Swithins at Launcells. For a completely different experience visit the newly opened livestock market on the outskirts of Holsworthy there's also a very good cafe attached. Would we stay at this site again, yes without reservation. Hopefully the path to chem point will have been resurfaced by then.

Comment from the Club

Thank you for your review and we are so pleased you enjoyed your stay. We just wanted to let you know that the path you mention has now been surfaced with stone so will no longer be a problem in wet weather. The CL owners hope to welcome you back soon.




Directions : Turn off A3072 Stratton - Holsworthy at Red Post cross roads by inn onto B3254 Launceston, in 0.75 mile turn left into farm road immediately past 'Road narrows' sign, turn left at farmhouse.
PLEASE CALL AT THE FARMHOUSE (not the Bungalow) BEFORE DRIVING DOWN TO THE SITE.