Bude is still the place to be in No-nonsense November! Whilst creatures are preparing for the long winter hideaway, the many wooded areas surrounding the pretty seaside town are a treasure trove of interest to both humans and their four-legged friends. Save 50% on all stays at Boots Cottage!
Split into two different themes throughout the week you can come along for their Fun by Day activities which are running from Saturday 20th to Sunday 28th October from 10am until 5pm daily, or from Monday 22nd to Friday 26th October after 6pm you can take things up a notch to their Scary by Night events.
We have a fancy dress competition, themed show and special spooky swamp dodgems sessions, plus your little horrors will also be able to take part in wand making, spell writing & casting, broomstick riding (for little ones) and potion making. In common with most special events held here, all this extra fun is included in the entrance fee or annual pass to our award-winning attraction.
Celebrate Christmas and New Year in Bude, Cornwall. Bude is a wonderful place to spend Christmas and New Year. You will be sure of an action packed or quiet and relaxing stay - the choice is yours. Rent a cozy cottage or stay on a complex or in a hotel with plenty of organised events and party nights...
Looking for an autumn break in Bude? Look what is on the doorstep of Boots Cottage - stunning scenery and fantastic wildlife - courtesy of the South West Coast Path. A 3 night break (with an autumn discount of 10%) comes in at £189 and your dog comes too for £13.50!
If you're visiting Bude for just a couple of hours, why not take our advice and have a look at the pointers below. It will ensure you make the most of your time in Bude and see some of the best bits!
We have many small and hidden coves in Bude, but here we give information about the main eight. To the north of the town centre we have Duckpool, Sandymouth Bay, Northcott Mouth and Crooklets Beach. Summerleaze Beach in the town centre, and Widemouth Bay, Black Rock and Millook to the south.
Interested in having seasonal tenancy for a Bude beach hut? All of the beach huts we rent on a daily basis from Easter to September are available to rent from £200 for the period October to March.
Explore Bude with the Bude Friends of the Earth Biodiversity Trail. The first parts of the trail were planted in 2015 to show how different planting schemes could help wildlife whilst needing less maintenance than traditional planting.
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!