The perfect antidote to the Bude Bug is to purchase your own little piece. A home from home to escape to whenever you feel like it, a coastal retreat to help you escape the stresses and strains of day to day life. Often people discount a second home as an unachievable expense but a luxury static caravan or holiday lodge offers the perfect solution.
Bude is a beautiful place to be whatever the weather – and that extends to rainy days too! Though this part of Cornwall enjoys more than its fair share of glorious sunshine, there are days when the sun goes into hiding... But there’s plenty to do indoor and lots of undercover attractions near Bude when it rains!
As a wheelchair user who lives in Bude and self-propels everywhere, the following are recommendations based on my experiences within the town. Every disability and indeed individual is different however and the most wonderful thing about Bude as a community is that people will help you in any way they can, to partake in whichever activities you choose.
10 things to do: Teenagers guide to Bude - a few ideas from Rebecca, our 2017 Work Experience student from Budehaven School
Chris Haslam, chief travel writer for The Times spent three glorious months visiting more than 200 beaches to research this year's Sunday Times guide. We're over the moon that Summerleaze Beach in Bude made 3rd place!
A page of real advice and suggestions from Bude locals and visitors. A great list of places to eat, places to visit, things to do, things to see and secret spots to visit.
On Monday the 7th November 2016 the latest bathing water quality standards were announced, and Bude has moved from the Good to Excellent standard rating!
A guide to car free days out from Bude. Leave the car use the bus and public transport to visit local attractions and villages across Devon and Cornwall.