Rolling hills, open spaces, golden sands, no, not some sun scorched destination abroad, Devon and Cornwall are two of the most idyllic places within the UK and have been attracting holidaymakers for many years as a holiday destination.

 

Rolling hills, open spaces, golden sands, no, not some sun scorched destination abroad, Devon and Cornwall are two of the most idyllic places within the UK and have been attracting holidaymakers for many years as a holiday destination.

 

From quaint country cottages, seaside apartments, to either a caravan park Cornwallor one in Devon, every taste and holiday wish can be met within these two counties.  The South West of England is one of the most beautiful spots in the UK, and the counties of Devon and Cornwall have long been popular holiday destinations.

 

Devon is unique for being the only county in the UK with a North and South facing coast, it is the third largest county and has dramatic coastlines, historic towns, breath-taking scenery, and for either a romantic break or family holiday a stay on a Devon caravan parkor one in Cornwall there is an abundance of activities for you and the family to enjoy across these counties. Whether you enjoy walks along miles of golden sands, surfing, cycling or fishing, Devon and Cornwall are perfect for outdoor activities.

 

For the UK holidaymakers keen to enjoy a real ‘staycation’ these two south-western counties will give you a host of fun, water sports, great walks, and a choice of accommodation from secluded campsites in Cornwallto a bed and breakfast, or a holiday cottage, there is something for all tastes.

 

Self-catering accommodation is big in both Cornwall and Devon, from a campsite Devonto a guesthouse in Cornwall, you have the choice of basing yourself in either county and visit the other on days out, thus you get the best of both counties, and some of the self-catering residences are decidedly upmarket.

 

A family choosing one of the many Cornwall caravan parkswill satisfy the active outdoorsy person, the area is excellent for walks, also surfing and water sports, and for happy campers is wonderful for children with a hunger for the outdoors.

 

Cornwall and Devon alike offer one of the UK’s best places for those who enjoy hiking, with the inland wonders of Bodmin Moor, or one of the many coastal walks, or take a trip to Land’s End and walk along to Sennen Cove, you will get a thrill from its craggy beauty.  These walks can give you some stunning views across the land and sea.

 

Cornwalloffers travellers the most amazing seafood and locally-sourced vegetables plus samphire, asparagus and wild garlic, which can all be found on a Cornish menu, and of course Devon is famous for its cream teas. Enjoy a scone and some clotted cream, and with plenty of little tea rooms across the county you will find the teas and hospitality second to none.

 

A spokesman for Wooda Farm Holiday Park in North Cornwall on the border with Devon said “We think our park in Cornwall offers the holidaymaker the perfect destination for a break, our location lends itself to touring around both counties, being on the border with Devon we hold a central position.  We can offer excellent accommodation in either luxury static caravans, or holiday cottages.  We also see many, many campers each year, our pitches are a very good size, and facilities such as showers and bathrooms are the best”.

 

For further information visit:  www.wooda.co.uk