Over £1,000,000 has been spent on building new and renovating existing beach huts in Bude. In 2015, Bude’s boasted 106 huts, but by August 2016 there will be 218!
The stylish huts range in size from small to extra large, with some that are fully accessible and perfect for families and those with limited mobility. The beach huts are intended for daytime use only and do not have electric or water services.
30% of the huts are available to hire on a daily basis, the others are rented on an annual licence. There are also winter tenancies available. Click here for more information.
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.
Pages and images will be updated as the beach huts are completed.