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Which Bude will you discover?

There’s a lot to love about Bude. With a laidback allure all of its own, and so much to see and do, we have something for everyone. From romantic whiskaways to fun-fuelled family holidays, it’s all here, where Cornwall begins and everyday cares melt away.  Bude has once again been named as the Best UK Coastal Town for three consecutive years, winning a section of Gold, Silver and Bronze awards in the British Travel Awards.

With thrills, spills and pure escapism on the menu, Bude is a little town with big possibilities.  Ramblers, riders, surfers and swimmers flock to our sunny, spotlessly clean beaches and wild coastline. However, a little-known secret is that Bude’s also fabulous for secluded golf courses and brilliant sea and coarse fishing.

We all need a little pick-me-up once in awhile, and Bude is just the ticket.  Just a stone’s throw from the Devon border, epic, wild beaches and a thriving cultural hub await. Whether you embark on a day or a stay, you can expect one of the warmest welcomes in the South West. We are also child friendly, dog friendly, access friendly… in fact we’re just friendly in general here.

Our website showcases over 300 different holiday cottages, apartments, houses, lodges, static van holiday homes, campsites, guest house, hotel and B&B's.  You can browse our listings on our accommodation pages, or use the comprehensive search facility to find accommodation by date, type, occupancy and a whole host of facilities.   There is no booking fee, service fee or cleaning fee when you book via our website - and most of the properties here are not available to book elsewhere, like on Air B&B and Booking.com.

This website is also the only online resource to book a Bude Beach Hut.

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Local legend “Vicko” aka Pete Vickery, will be our guest speaker for next weeks Charity Lunch and will be talking about his love of the Surf Club and Bude!

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“Great walks along the beach with stunning views and the Atlantic Ocean crashing into the cliffs. Especially invigorating in Autumn as the winds pick up. Plenty of surf for the adventurous.”
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“Crooklets is a great beach with great facilities and some of the best waves for surfing and body boarding in the country”

“Back for the second year in a row as Bude and the surrounds make the perfect location for a family holiday, with a toddler in tow. Going home tomorrow, but we will be back! Very friendly locals, great food, beautiful coastline and beaches……plus the BEST cream teas!”
Cara D

“the ruggedness the coastline the sea the town and the countryside all so close but unspoilt part of Cornwall, love it”

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“Many happy holidays in Bude. One day I’ll retire here”

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Latest Posts

One dog: one walk: one unique experience – all for a wish in beguiling Bude

With January safely under the belt and February making a promising rosy start, I cheerily set off this morning for my first explore of the season from Boots Cottage over to Northcott Bay.

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Dog friendly beaches in Bude 2019

A list of dog friendly beaches in Bude, Cornwall, including seasonal dog ban and dogs on lead dates.

Help Bude’s ‘forgotten genius’ win a heritage award

The Gurney Stove – invented in the 1800s by Sir Goldsworthy Gurney (who also built the Castle, Bude) – has been shortlisted in the Cornwall Heritage Awards. If you have ever visited The Castle, you will have been sure to have seen the Gurney Stove for yourself, it is positioned near The Castle’s entrance to welcome visitors inside. The Gurney Stove was an early type of radiator, and was one of Sir Goldsworthy’s most successful inventions. In fact, it is likely that Gurney’s design was the forerunner of the modern radiator - so we may have him to thank for keeping warm this winter!

We Are Bude: In Cornwall but Near Devon #InCornwall #NearDevon

We're proud of our location - a true Cornish town with the bonus of being near Devon! After Bude has once again been named Best UK Seaside Town in the British Travel Awards (that's three GOLD, a SILVER and a BRONZE awards over the past years), we decided to run a promotion to emphasise this very point. We received so many enquiries from people asking if your illustration was available to buy - so we've have some professionally printed onto 350gsm silk board!


Explore Bude with the Bude Friends of the Earth Biodiversity Trail. The first parts of the trail were planted in 2015 to show how different planting schemes could help wildlife whilst needing less maintenance than traditional planting.


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