Things to Do

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Relaxing on site

Whether you’re having a soak in the hot tub or relaxing around the camp fire Cornakey Farm is the perfect place to relax, take in the sunsets or gaze at the stars, perfect to recharge the batteries.

Where to Eat

Places to eat Local to us we have The Bush Inn and The Rectory Tea Room which are both excellent for food, they are a 25-35min walk away on the footpath. The town of Bude has many pubs and restaurants, here's a few of our favourites and a internet search will find you more.


We are very lucky to have a large number of beaches close to us that cater to everyone’s needs. They range from quiet, secluded rocky beaches nearby to sandy beaches in and around the Bude area. The beaches closest to us require walking to but are generally very quiet if not deserted at times. The more popular larger beaches have plenty of facilities including car parking, cafes, shops etc which are great for families. Here’s a list of the beaches close to us Marsland Mouth* Stanbury Mouth* Duckpool Sandymouth Northcott Mouth Crooklets (Bude) Summerleaze (Bude) Widemouth Bay Crackington Haven *these are local quiet beaches close to us that require walking to.


We are located about 300m from the South West Coast path making us the perfect base for walking. There is also a public footpath that runs through the farm that links to the SWCP and also to the local pub, The Bush Inn and the Rectory Tea Rooms


Local Surf Schools and Outdoor Pursuits

We are lucky to have a number of surf schools and outdoor pursuit centres in the area, booking in advance is always recommended as in high season they can get booked up.

If you fancy exploring a bit further a field the village of Clovelly is the base for a number of boats offering sightseeing, fishing or even trips to Lundy Island.


Trips to Lundy Island can be found here


The ferry sails from Bideford which is about 20 miles away and Ilfracombe.

Boat trips