stay and play

Wooda is a magical spot for a holiday. Whether you want a leisurely break away from it all or an active and eventful holiday Wooda is the ideal location. Our setting is unique and yours to enjoy.

For those of you who want to get up and go…you can walk the South West Coastal Path, climb the cliffs and shimmy down the slopes; you can swim the clear blue waters and surf the Atlantic breakers; you can ride over Bodmin Moor, follow King Arthur’s footsteps to Tintagel castle, cycle the Camel Trail, lose yourself in the Lost Gardens of Heligan, wonder at Tate St Ives, marvel at the Eden Project. Or how about a spot of mackerel fishing?

For those who appreciate a slower pace… you can get up as late as you like, breakfast on one of our fresh boiled eggs and catnap in the sun with your coffee. Soaking up the silence, you can clear your mind on a bracing walk, enliven your senses with a quick dip, down a pint of Doom Bar. You can feast on fresh, local food, gaze at the stars you never get to see back home and curl up fireside with a good book or a good companion. Or how about doing absolutely nothing?

Whatever you want to do at Wooda we welcome you with a generous spirit, offering comfort, space and freedom, far from the crowds.

holidaying at wooda

Groups and families of 4 (5 at a pinch) can stay in the cottage.

Children love the space and the animals at Wooda. There are plenty of opportunities to get very muddy indeed….

Discover more about our setting.

the beach

Crackington Haven is the ultimate beach for rock scrambling, rock pooling and sandcastling, for paddling, swimming and surfing – you can hire boards and all the gear in the village.

There are many other bays up and down the coast to provide you with the whole gamut of beach experience; from the dramatic sandy sweeps and thrilling surf of Widemouth Bay and Trebarwith Strand to the giant rocky outcrops and hidden coves of The Strangles and Millook.

Whether it’s from your beach barbecue or your clifftop lookout, end your day watching the sun set far out across the Atlantic – next stop is Newfoundland!