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A wide range of activities are easily accessible: • Golfing • Fishing • Sailing • Canoeing • Surfing • Windsurfing • Kite Surfing & Boarding • Cycling and Mountain Biking • Walking • Horse Riding • Site seeing - picturesque villages - historical sites Zorbing- experience speeds up to 25mph as you    roll down a slope!        (Discount offered to Court Farm customers)
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Golf to Windsurfing Bude has it all.
More things to do  in North Cornwall.
Marhamchurch and Northcott are the perfect locations in North Cornwall to combine the best of coast and countryside. Picturesque walks, cycling trails, excellent golf courses and wonderful surfing coastline are all virtually on the doorstep. MORE...  
Golfing Bring your golf clubs and discover some of the finest golf courses in the region. We are able to arrange on your behalf discounted green fees on most West Country golf courses. Local golf courses include Holsworthy, Launceston, Trethorne and Bowood. This offer is available to family members or group bookings staying as guests of Court Farm Holidays.   Links: Bude Golf Club  Cornwall Golf Breaks The UK Golf Travel Site Local Golf Courses   Surfing For the experienced surfer we have at least 7 good surf beaches within 5 miles. It’s a well kept secret but some of the best surf on the Atlantic coastline happens from September to March (left). The surfing break at Northcott Mouth is only ½ mile stroll across fields from Northcott Farmhouse which has plenty of safe storage space for your boards and wetsuits. For novices who would like to give this exhilarating and fun sport a try   we can arrange tuition at one of the many local qualified surf schools.   Links: Raven Surf - surf lessons Outdoor Adventure - surf lessons Surfer's Directory Zuma-Jay - surf shop Airculture - skate/airtoys shop   Water sports The surrounding beaches provide a haven of opportunities for the keen water sport enthusiast. There are also many opportunities for the beginner to learn a new hobby under professional instruction either in the sea or just a few miles inland at the upper Tamar Lake. Facilities and instruction are available for a range of water sports including sailing, windsurfing and canoeing. www.swlakestrust.org.uk/   Gardens The Eden Project  The Lost Gardens of Heligan  Gardens of Cornwall  National Trust  Trewithen Gardens & Nurseries Trevano Estate & Gardens Links: Camel Valley Vineyard Efford Down Riding Stables Bodmin & Wenford Railway The Big Sheep - all-weather attraction Harlequinns - bowling/go-karts/play area 
Cyclists All members of the family can bring their bikes to explore the local area – there are beautiful bike trails to suit all abilities. Take the cycle trail along the old canal into Bude or drive to Wadebridge and you can ride along the Camel Trail to Padstow (5 miles). In the opposite direction in North Devon the Tarka trail covers a route of 180 miles. Whatever the level there are endless routes to explore. Bike Hire can also be arranged Bike Hire can also be arranged. Please contact us for further information. Walking All of the Court Farm Holiday properties offer easy access onto North Cornwall ’s dramatic section of the South West Coast Path. Additionally, you can enjoy the un-spoilt countryside of the North Tamar walking along the Bude Canal which was originally opened in the 1820's. This is a pleasant walk combining grassy coastal cliff paths and inland fields with the quiet and peaceful canal. For those of you with an interest in ancient battles - you should explore the Stratton Battlefield. A walk of approximately two hours it explores the site of an Iron Age Fort, where the Civil War battle of Stamford Hill took place in 1643, between the Royalist Army and Parliamentarian Troops. Additionally, the Battle of Stratton re-enacted by members of the Sealed Knot Society each year. To plan you hikes in advance of your holiday visit www.walkcornwall.com Good Food Cornwall’s reputation as a gastronomic destination has rocketed in recent years. Rick Stein’s eateries in Padstow and Jamie Oliver’s latest Fifteen restaurant have all certainly helped put Cornwall on the food lovers trail. But you don’t have to go that far to sample the quality of our locally sourced food that is the secret county wide – fish and shell fish fresh from the ocean and a mild climate that favours livestock and the growing of succulent fruit and vegetables. Bude is no exception – if enjoying fantastic food, good company and a glorious sun set are top of your priorities you must make a reservation at ‘Life’s a Beach’ at Summerleaze Beach, Bude, you could always visit ‘The Beach At Bude en-route’ to sample their “Rude Cocktails” on their terrace beforehand …. Also ‘The Bay View Inn’ at Widemouth Bay, Riverlife & Bude Tapas also come highly recommended and are just naming a few…  Links: Life's a Beach, Bude The Castle Restaurant, Bude Riverlife, Bude The Banks Tapas Bar, Bude The Beach at Bude Hebasca Grill Bay View Inn, Widemouth Bay Elements, Widemouth Bay  Widemouth Manor Bangors Organic  The Bush Inn, Morwenstowe Trevigue Restaurant, Nr Crackington Haven (great for private celebrations) Rick Stein's The Seafood Restaurant Jamie Oliver's 'Fifteen'  For more recommendations visit Eat Out Cornwall
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