Wake up with the sounds of the sea at Breakwater House. Located on Breakwater Road, overlooking the Bude Canal, just 400m from Summerleaze Beach.
Two dog-friendly cottages (Briar Patch sleeps six and Blackberry Cottage sleeps four) offer heaps of facilities for the whole family - including an indoor heated swimming pool, private secure gardens and play meadow. You can walk to the village pub, or be in Bude town centre and the beaches in just a couple of minutes.
A choice of 5 well-equipped cottages that sleep between 4 and 6 (+ cot) on a quiet complex set in rolling countryside, with indoor heated pool open all year, free WiFi, etc - about 1.5 miles from beaches and Bude town centre.
Thomas Acland is a ground-floor apartment, converted from the historic Old Lifeboat House on the bank of the Bude Canal, just across the road from the Brendon Arms. Sleeps two in a double bedroom and two children on a sofa bed.
George Brendon is a ground-floor apartment, converted from the historic Old Lifeboat House on the bank of the Bude Canal, just across the road from the Brendon Arms. Sleeps two in a double bedroom and two children on a sofa bed.
A welcoming, and dog-friendly detached cottage with indoor heated pool, games room and children’s play area. Just over a mile from Bude’s beaches on a small, peaceful complex. Features three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a private, secure garden. Recently refurbished.
Bramblewood is a very welcoming comfortable cottage with three bedrooms, and makes an ideal holiday base for a family of six (plus toddlers). Non pet, non smoking with indoor heated swimming pool and play area in meadow. Under two miles to the beach.
Dog-friendly Blackberry Cottage is a modern detached single storey holiday cottage with two bedrooms, private secure garden, indoor heated swimming pool and play meadow through the rear garden gate. The cottage is kept non-smoking. Great village location, walking distance to the local pub and just under two miles to the beach.
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A mix of small and large Beach Huts on the front row (with stunning views across Summerleaze Beach) and small and medium Beach Huts on the back row (with partial views). The access path is suitable for wheelchairs, but is steep at times.