The Higher Wharf is the section of canal from the road bridge heading inland. The old buildings, Lifeboat House and warehouses have been transformed into residential and holiday accommodation.
The Lower Wharf is the section of canal from the road bridge to the Lock Gates and Summerleaze Beach. It's a hive of activity - with rowing boat boat hire, independent shops and craft units, a seasonal farmers-market, weekly Artisan Market, bistros, cafes and tea rooms. Breakwater Road runs parallel to the canal, and offers some fantastic self-catering accommodation. You're so close to the beach, local pubs and eateries you wont need to use the car unless you decide to get out and about to explore.
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Browse our selection of self catering, hotel, B&B and guest house accommodation in Bude by the beach. Find the perfect place to stay in Bude by a beach
A HUGE selection of dog friendly cottages for a self-catering holiday in Bude. Need a place to stay where your four-legged friend is also welcome? The following listings should take the headache out of finding suitable self catering dog friendly cottages and accommodation in Bude | Cornwall | Visit Bude
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From the best boutique and luxury hotels to budget hotel accommodation in Bude, there is a hotel in Bude to suit every taste and every wallet. Many of these hotels in Bude also feature top restaurants, sea view accommodation and other special facilities and features including swimming pools.
Serviced accommodation (Bed and Breakfast, B&B, Guest House and Hotel) is hugely popular with Bude's visitors who are looking for comfort as well as best value. You'll find small family-run places to stay to large hotels, in the town centre to a quiet rural farm location.
Glamping accommodation in Cornwall is another popular option for camping accommodation, especially if groundsheets, guy lines and tent poles don’t push your buttons then put away the pegs and try a spot of glamping.