With its range of pristine beaches and sublime weather during the summer months, the West Country has long been a popular tourist attraction not only for UK residents but has also become an International destination.
Many surveys carried out have shown that both Devon and Cornwall come out top of all the holiday resorts throughout the UK. In this climate of cut backs, job losses, and tight restraints, holidaymakers are looking for places to go where they will get value for money, and just don’t have to put up with inflated air fares as soon as the holiday season comes around.
A popular choice for families is a caravan park Cornwall, or in the neighbouring county, it is all that a holiday should be, a relaxing time with loved ones, no restrictions in terms of hotel and guest house meal times or not being able to stay in your room if the weather is bad, but then who would want to stay in a hotel room all day.
People who have not in the past stayed on a campsite and caravan park have this conception of muddy fields and absolutely nothing to do, how wrong can you be, campsites in Cornwall have every facility and offer the holidaymaker the perfect place to take the family this coming summer.
Today holiday parks have much to offer the tourist, with accommodation second to none, static caravans and holiday cottages, which are sheer luxury, or if a touring holiday is on the cards, then parks can offer pitches with electric hook ups, excellent shower facilities, and some pitches even have mains water supply.
If you are looking for relaxation, yet plenty to see and do then Cornwall caravan parks hold the key to a successful and enjoyable holiday. Children will simply love it, plenty of room to play and participate in activities on site, and more importantly they are completely safe, playing just adjacent to your accommodation.
Devon and Cornwall have excellent sandy beaches and plenty of water sports, also some of the best surfing, the children will be happy playing in the sand, or searching for crabs in the rock pools, while the adults just relax and forget the stresses of everyday life.
Chose a base either a Devon caravan park or one in Cornwall, and if you should have a cloudy day just get in the car and tour around both counties, enjoy a lovely Cornish pasty for lunch, or a nice cream tea, go down to the many fishing villages and shop for souvenirs in the many quaint gift shops.
A spokesman for Wooda Farm Holiday Park in Bude North Cornwall on the border with Devon said “we are located in Bude an area where the coast meets the countryside in North Cornwall’s premier resort and much of the area is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty, and Bude is renowned for its excellent surf, with the best surfing beaches being Crooklets, Summerleaze, Widemouth and Northcott and provides a perfect holiday base for families. There are plenty of parks peppered around Cornwall or maybe a campsite Devon”.
The representative went on to say “we have all types of static caravans and holiday cottages to enjoy, or if towing with your own van, our pitches are second to none”.
For further information visit: www.wooda.co.uk