Trevose Meadow

Trevose, Grimscott, Bude, Cornwall, EX23 9LT

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  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Trevose Meadow is a quiet rural one acre site just outside the village of Grimscott, close to the border between Devon and Cornwall and 5 miles from the popular seaside town of Bude with its beautiful coastline and sandy beaches. It  is situated on the B3254 being one mile from Red Post and four miles from A39 at Kilkhampton and is easy to find.

We have 5 hardstandings with electric hookups, 2 water taps and  chemical toilet emptying facility. There is a fenced field set aside for off lead dog exercise where Molly Mongrel will welcome some company, and a playpark opposite the site for small children and ball games.

Bude offers many activities for the young and no longer so young.

It boasts a leisure centre with swimming pool and gym, Ten pin bowling, bowls, tennis, golf and puttin, also an indoor soft play facility for the little ones.

There are four supermarkets in the town and two sandy beaches offering rockpools and surfing. There is access to the south west coast path leading south to Boscastle, Tintagel and Port Isaac and north to Morwenstow and Clovelly.

Lundy is easily accessible from here being twenty miles to Bideford to catch MS Oldenburgh for a day trip.

Also nearby are RHS Rosemoor, the Eden Project, Padstow and Bodmin steam railway and local National trust properties are  within reach

At Bude there is a canal offering canoeing, rowing and cycling and also coarse fishing with a peaceful two mile walk to the Weir cafe where segways can be hired

There is also fishing, walking, cycling, boating and geocaching available at Tamar Lake just 4 miles from Trevose Meadow

There is a cinema at Poundstock, about seven miles distant offering the latest films and if retail therapy is needed Plymouth, Barnstaple or Exeter are all possible by bus or a short drive.

 

Facilities on site ...

  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good

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Latest departure time: 10:00 AM

0.75 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Postcode:
EX23 9LT
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GPS:
Lat 50.83705 / Lon -4.469622
OS field ref:
SS262262
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Nearest port: Plymouth (35 miles)

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Safe for young children

We wanted a CL with a gate to contain a special grandson. This site was great! We wanted a way to keep young children happy while onsite. There was a public playground just opposite across the road. Excellent! We went every day and were often the only people there. There was good grass for our pup tent. Good clean facilities. Welcoming hosts.
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Ticked All Our Boxes

We chose this site to use as a base whilst walking the South West Coastal Path. Easy access from the road into the site where the pitches are level and well spaced out. The hard standings are long and narrow so any awnings would be on the grass. Adjacent meadow available to let the dogs have a good run round in - this was important as there is very limited walking directly from the site (found a bridleway at the opposite end of the village which was OK but not after heavy rainfall). There is a play park directly across the road from the site which may be useful if you have small children. Some road noise at rush hour but not intrusive - watch the road though as many drivers have a total disregard for the 30mph limit!! Great communication with the owner who was really friendly and worked hard to keep the site clean in line with Covid-19 guidelines. Would definitely return if in the area. Recommended.
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Great to unwind!

We enjoyed a night away in our motorhome and received a warm welcome from Sue who is a motorhomer herself. The site is clean, tidy and well laid out. Our pitch was level so we didn’t need ramps. Directions are clear and access is easy from the B3254. We didn’t take our dogs this time but there is an enclosed field immediately next to the CL. There’s a play area the other side of the road for anyone who has children with them. It was lovely to meet you Sue.
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Great site and location for touring North Cornwall

Stayed just the one night, made to feel very welcome. Hard standings for all pitches with cut grass in between. Ease of access to Bude to discover the history of it's canal and harbour, only 10 minutes away. Widemouth Bay, a further 5 minutes on from Bude visit for the scenery and rock formations on the beach. Separate field area for dog exercise, we will be returning for a longer stay.
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IMMACULATE

We stayed here in September for 2 nights with our 4 dogs and were made most welcome by Sue the owner. This site is delightful and absolutely immaculate, all hardstanding and flat with the bonus of a separate secure field for furry members to have freedom to run around off lead. If you need provisions Only 2 miles away is Kilkhampton where there is a couple of pubs, a fish & chip shop and a grocery store and we easily managed to park our Motorhome in the street there.

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