Picture yourself beside the beautiful Bude Canal with a plate of delicious locally sourced food and you’re at the Olive Tree. Open every day for drinks, lunch, coffee, cakes and delicious Cornish Cream Teas. Come the evening, the whole place transforms into a relaxed restaurant, serving modern British cuisine. There are plenty of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free option too.
Atlantic Glass Studio is an exciting workshop and studio situated alongside the edge of the canal at Bude in Cornwall, with views out across Summerleaze Beach to the Atlantic. It's a collaboration of four local artists, Lesley Ann Taylor, Jane Trotman, Marie Glossop and Lotti Rains; who specialise in working in glass, pearls, silver and other metals and materials.
Beau Nidol is a small shop and craft unit alongside the Bude Canal with a gorgeous selection of art and jewellery made from glass and bone. In addition to the shop, Hannah offers four types of workshops throughout the year in fused glass, Tiffany glass, bone carving and stained glass. All of the equipment is provided, along with expert guidance. Take home what you make!
New for July 2019: A 1940’s Tea Room. The idea of The Kitchen Front is to offer, not just hand crafted products for the kitchen and home but share skills and knowledge through creative craft and design workshops and share my passion for the 1940’s with mini events, Hen Parties.
Described as a fabulous little shop, full of loveliness, Daisy Crafts will enjoy a friendly, fair and creative retail and work space, which respects individuality, diversity and new ideas.
The Barge is a traditional styled wide beamed barge tearoom/restaurant, providing a varied choice of old and new, modern and traditional food. We pride ourselves in using locally sourced, in season produce from right here in Cornwall, offering great food that features locally sourced meats, vegetables, freshly caught Cornish fish, all of which is prepared in house with an ever evolving menu and daily specials!
Kernow Fleece are a small Cornish Clothing company, making fleeces that don't look like fleeces.
Grade II listed, steeped in history, The Castle Bude offers lots to see and do for free, whatever the weather. Open daily from 10 am, home to The Heritage Centre, Café Limelight, two galleries and a gift shop. Browse artefacts and exhibitions bringing the rich varied local history to life. Discover Bude’s unique geology, its inventive genius Sir Goldsworthy Gurney, alongside a wonderful collection of Bude railway nostalgia, interactive models plus military and naval history. Two galleries host regularly changing exhibition programmes, showcasing works by local artists and craftspeople across all mediums. Relax in Café Limelight then peruse our shop for gifts or mementos of your visit. Free Entry.