Camelfords got all you need and its a short walk through the fields from the campsite. Obviously, being North Cornwall, there’s some great beaches near by, we went for a surf at Trebarwith Strand, a really nice beach with a great rocky backdrop and didn’t go for a surf at Widemouth beach near Bude.
On our second day there’s a nice relaxed cycle ride along the Camel trail, an old railway line from Wadebridge to Padstow (aka Rick Steinsville)
We spent the evenings in Camelford, one evening with a BBQ at the campsite then on to the Masons Arms and the second, a bizarre lock-in in the Ghurkha Indian restaurant.
Trying to travel with the ethos of a backpacker, no matter of budget, whether I'm across the other side of the world or over the road.
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