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Quite site in North Cornwall or Devon?

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marne2 Sat 03-Jan-15 12:39:21

Hi, I'm looking for a holiday in Cornwall or Cornwall Devon border ( Bude, Widemouth area ), we had a lovely holiday there last year which was funded by a charity for my dd's who have Autism, sadly we can't afford to stay there this year as they have walked their prices up. We would like to find somewhere similar but it's hard now we can't take the dd's out of school so has to be during the summer holidays. The most important thing is that it's quiet, no entertainment or bar, no bit sites and caravans/lodges not crammed in ( ok I'm asking for a lot ).

We would prefer a lodge but I know with my budget that may not be possible, we can't camp due to dd2 being a runner and a escape artist.

Ideally it would be a sight with a few lodges or static homes and not much else going on, I will be taking my car so can drive places but will be spending most of the time on beaches ( dd2's favourite thing ).

I am struggling to find anything under £500 though I have found a lodge for £410 near bude that almost ticks all the boxes. Just wondered if anyone can recommend somewhere they have been that may fit the bill?

marne2 Sat 03-Jan-15 12:40:40

Looking for 4 nights, 7 if possible ( though probably pushing my luck ) grin.

wellfarmcottages Sat 03-Jan-15 16:19:02

Hi, we have five spacious holiday cottages set around a big courtyard and a glamping pod in a nearby field, at North Tamerton, a small quiet village about 15 mins from Widemouth Bay / Bude. We are listed on the National Autistic Society website of autism-friendly holiday destinations. Please do get in touch if you think we could help with your holiday needs. Thanks.

Sazzlar Sat 03-Jan-15 18:18:55

Hi, try www.east-thornecornwall.co.uk lovely yurt site. Please call Naomi and have a chat I am positive she will be able to help. Lovely quite site, lots of experience of Autism.
Good Luck xxx

marne2 Sat 03-Jan-15 18:21:06

Thank you to both of you, both sound perfect.

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