The first thing you notice about Penhalt is the sense of open space and clean fresh air. Situated on the Coastal Downs, a mile South of Widemouth Bay, Penhalt Farm has commanding views of the magnificent Atlantic coastline and the beautiful surrounding countryside.
Penhalt is a working sheep farm with a few chickens. The Holiday Park stands on an eight acre site well equipped for touring caravanners or campers.
Our aim at Penhalt Farm is that you should enjoy a happy, carefree holiday, using Penhalt Farm as a base to explore this beautiful corner of the South West.
We have a range of facilities here at Penhalt Farm from a games room, including pool tables and air hockey, games machines and other activities, to swings, climbing frames and a small obstacle course. There is also table tennis a basket ball net and football posts.
As well as a toilet and shower block there's a well equipped wash room with sinks, washing machine, tumble drier and ironing facilities. Fresh water is always on hand and there's also a public telephone housed in a traditional red telephone box.
Dogs are welcome on site but must be kept on a lead at all times - there is an adjacent field for exercise.
The surrounding area.
The unspoilt sandy beaches of the North Cornish Coast,reputedly amongst the best in the country, offer good surfing and other watersports, and the main beaches are patrolled by lifeguards throughout the holiday season. Dogs are allowed year round on South Beach (Widemouth Bay), Summerleaze Beach (Bude), Duckpool, Sandy Mouth & Northcott Mouth. On the North Beach (Widemouth), Crooklets (Bude)& Crackington Haven dogs are not allowed from Easter to 1st October.
Local recreational amenities include tennis, golf, riding and a choice of fishing, and for families there is the popular 'Splash' Leisure Pool just five miles North in Bude and a recently completed Ten Pin Bowling Alley.
Within less than an hour's drive there are many places of interest to visit including picturesque Clovelly, the pretty fishing village of Boscastle, the Launceston Stream Railway and the Legendary King
Arthur's castle at Tintagel.
There are also several National Trust and English Heritage properties, gardens, nature trails, the Tamar Otter Park and the famous Coastal Footpath. For cyclists there are plenty of quiet country lanes and the breathtaking Camel and Tarka Trails.
The dramatic views along the rugged north cornish coastline.
Plenty of space for families to play games.
Veiw from Reception
Veiw between pitches and across the bay
Disabled Facilities: There are disabled facilities.
General Facilities Include: shop, chemical toilet disposal facilities, gas refills, electric hookups, toilets, showers, laundry facilities, children's play area
Pets are welcome.
From the M5 at Exeter take the A30 exit at junction 31 and continue along the A30 for 42 miles.
Leave the A30 by the slip road onto the A395, taking the third exit at the roundabout.
Continue along the A395 for 10 and a half miles until you reach the A39.
Turn right onto the A39 and continue for about 6 miles.
At Coppathorne turn left (signposted Widemouth Bay) and continue for just less than a mile.
Turn left at the Widemouth Manor Hotel and follow the road for about a mile - Penhalt Farm is signposted on the left.