Upper Terrace Beach Huts on Summerleaze

The Upper Terrace Beach Huts have two styles of beach huts. These huts are set out in two rows.

The back row are huts 20, 21, 22 and 23.  These are the first two blocks of huts you come to as you follow the sloping path below Life’s a Beach café/restaurant.  If you book these huts your party should not exceed 4 people.  Each hut has a window, a blind and drop-down table at the back.
The huts have a tarmac area in front for chairs and are very close to Life’s a Beach café for anyone wanting easy access to amenities.  Despite having restrictive views these hut offer good value for anyone wanting quick access onto the beach (there are steps to reach the sand) and to store items.

Continue past these huts and turn to the left to access the huts on the front row.

The front row has four huts, 24, 26, 27 and 29.  These huts have uninterrupted views of Summerleaze Beach, the sea and harbour. Situated on a large paved area there is ample space for sitting out with chairs. The metal railings for safety are great for drying towels and wetsuits. The beach is below so by sitting closer to the railings you have a good view of the sand.  You are within calling distance if you are a family with children who want to play on the beach.

Deluxe Large Hut 24 is on the corner and is the first hut you come to. (On the left if you are looking up from the beach with blue double doors).  It’s a large hut, ideal for a bigger group but your party should not exceed 10 people. It has double doors that open out fully it comes with an ‘L’ shaped bench, large kitchen work top (with small gas stove) and two reclining garden chairs. Complimentary tea, coffee, milk, sugar and water are provided with mugs, glasses, cutlery and plates for four people.

The three remaining huts in this row are small 26,27 and 29. If you book these huts your party should not exceed 4 people. These huts have a single opening door, the window blind is set in a closed position but drops down to create a table. These huts a slightly bigger than the huts in the row behind.

Beach huts are ideal to use as a base, store belongings, shelter from the breeze and to prepare lunch. They are not suitable for overnight use, and to ensure all hut users are able to enjoy their time on the beach, we ask that large families/groups book multiple huts. Or a larger hut, these can be found on Summerleaze Green, Lower Terrace, Crooklets Central, Crooklets North and the Extra Large Huts on Summerleaze.

The Summerleaze Beach Office stocks a large range of reasonably priced beach goods, games and toys.  A limited number of windbreaks and deckchairs are available to hire from the Beach Office.

Summerleaze Beach is one of few beaches to have been awarded Keep Britain Tidy’s Seaside Award, which celebrates the quality and diversity of England’s coastline.

Click here for the booking terms and conditions

Standard Tariff:

Back Row

  • April to June:  £8
  • July to 4th Sept:  £15
  • 5th Sept to Oct:  £8
  • November to March:  £5

Front Row

  • April to June:  £10
  • July to 4th Sept:  £20
  • 5th Sept to Oct:  £10
  • November to March:  £7

Front Row Large Deluxe

  • April to June:  £50
  • July to 4th Sept:  £70
  • 5th Sept to Oct:  £50
  • November to March:  £25

Stunning views from Hut 24. Plenty of room to get changed, and lovely to have kettle, small gas stove and tea and coffee facilities included…

M Heard

Amenities Nearby:

  • Pay and display parking
  • Coin-operated showers and toilets
  • Several pubs, café and restaurants within a five minute walk
  • Town centre is just a 10 minute walk.

Key Collection/Return:

  • From September to May, the key will be available from the Bude Toursit Information Centre from 10.00am on the first day of your booking
  • From June to August, the key will be available from the Summerleaze Beach Office between 10.00am and 12.30pm on the first day of your booking
  • The key must be returned by 9am on your departure date.


  • Sloped access to the car park, toilets and cafes.  The huts in this row could be accessed by a wheelchair user but there are steps to access the beach.
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