Hire a Beach Hut
There is no more classic site on Cornish beaches than rows of these cute, colourful shelters. Pretty, practical and cheaper than you think, they provide shelter and security for your possessions in style. Beach huts aren’t too common in Cornwall, and the Guardian describing these as “hot property” and recommending that visitors “surf the Atlantic rollers at Bude then dry off in a hut on the sandy shores of Summerleaze or Crooklets”. The huts don’t have electricity or water, but they simply ooze old school seaside charm.
All of the beach huts on Crooklets and Summerelaze Beach will be brand new for the 2016 season!
Beach Huts on Crooklets Beach
As first port of call for anyone looking for a beach hut in Bude, the huts on the south side of Crooklets Beach run along the sea front up the steps with wonderful views. There are also small and family huts in small terraces near to the café and set around the children’s play area. There are a few beach huts on the very popular north side of the beach by the Surf Lifesaving Club building.
Beach Huts on Summerleaze Beach
The most popular beach huts are set on wooden decking right on the beach just below the beach cafe. There are two extra large accessible beach huts at the entrance to the beach, along with huts at the the Upper and Lower Terrace and Summerleaze Green areas.
We expect Cornwall Council will instruct us to start taking beach hut bookings for all of the beach huts before Christmas 2015.