We have just stayed in a Holly caravan at Wooda for half term (2 adults and 2 children)... The park itself is very well kept and it was quiet, although I don't think it was that full as not all schools were off the same week for half term... The childrens play area was very well kept and had a good choice of things to play on. The caravan was fine, however I will say that the double bed was extremely uncomfortable - hard and lumpy, as were the pillows. It was like lying on a rock with a brick for a pillow! The duvets were dreadful, extremely heavy, they pinned you down, and not that efficient in keeping you warm. Wooda certainly need to address the bed and bedding situation as it is a really important part of the holiday - if this had been in order then I would have probably given 5 stars. Wooda is not far from Bude and does overlook the sea in the distance. We would return to Wooda, but I think we would like to stay a bit further down the coast next time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Wooda Farm Holiday Park is set in forty acres of parkland with stunning views of the Cornish coastline and rolling countryside inland. We have 55 luxury holiday homes and 2 cottages to let, and excellent facilities for touring and camping. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Wooda Farm Holiday Park Hotel Poughill