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Whether relaxing with your family, having a base for activities, a short break or simply exploring this beautiful and unspoilt part of North Cornwall, Lower Poulza Post offers a fabulous location for your holiday. The campsite is set at the end of a quiet country lane, giving it a very private feel. Just 7 miles away is The Strangles Naturist Beach. Nearer still is the cove of Crackington Haven, and the mile-long beach Widemouth Bay, perfect for surfing. With Bude’s three beaches Crooklets, Middle and Sumerleaze only 12 miles away all are well placed to capture that perfect sunset.

Twenty minutes away is the picturesque and working harbour of Boscastle and just further on the magical Tintagel, legendary home of King Arthur. On the way home stop at Boscastle Farm shop for homemade fayre or a Sunday roast with a fabulous view out to sea. If you’re a nature lover then walk the moor to the top of Rough Tor and at the right time of year watch the cloud of starlings swoop and twirl above you. History buffs can visit the many unusual museums in the area, including the Witches Museum in Boscastle with its two headed pig, The Castle Museum in Bude, originally home of Goldsworthy Gurney the Victorian inventor, the tank museum on Davidstow or the Castle at Week St Mary, a village recorded in the Domesday book. Not to mention a visit to Bude canal and Sea lock where a stroll in the evening takes you from Bude to Marhamchurch and a visit to the Weir or The Olive Tree, restaurants at either end are a must.

For walkers and cyclists there’s plenty, as the farm is just off of route 27, not to mention great access to the South West Coast path, as well as the many footpaths and circular walks in the area. An obvious activity is surfing and there are many surf schools operating from the local beaches. Or if you fancy a quick dip in the ocean but don’t want the waves, then visit Bude Sea Pool. Caved out of the cliffs and refreshed by the tide each day, this is a must see.

Or you can simply stay at the farm, undress and sunbathe in the Cornish sun.

Nearest shop:

2 miles away at Wainhouse Corner, Village Stores.

Nearest town:

Take your pick, Bude, 12 miles, Camelford, 12 miles, Launceston 12 miles

Nearest pubs:

2 miles Wainhouse Corner Inn. 5 miles The Coombe Barton, Crackington Haven, 7 miles Widemouth Manor, Widemouth Bay.