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.
Around 70% of the Beach Huts in Bude are used for daily hire. Of these huts, a selection are available to hire for the winter period (October to March) or for an extended period of October to June.
Mid July is always a fantastic time to come to Bude, but this year there is more reason than ever as Bude is celebrating the Bicentennial of Bude Canal
We're asked for Bude Christmas cards every year. This year, we've decided to see if we produce a series of unique cards to sell at the Bude Tourist Information Centre and to supply them to the shops in town. If you're an artist or simply enjoy painting as a hobby, why not get involved?
Please vote for Bude in the British Travel Awards! Bude has been winner of the Gold Award for several years now, so we want to win it again! Bude can't win this amazing accolade without you vote...
Access to St Genny's - amongst many others rivalling in their outstanding beauty – is an easy half hour drive from Boots Cottage (sleeps 2/3) at Helebridge, Bude. Although we are now fully booked for the summer period, we would be delighted to welcome you for an autumn stay with 10% discount to sample the delights of the stunning coastline in its autumn glory.
Fancy having a beach hut to call your-own? A good number of the huts at both Crooklets and Summerleaze are set-aside for annual tenancies. Many of the huts we use for daily hire are leased out on a seasonal tenancy for the off-peak period. There are no qualifying criteria - anyone can have a beach hut, but demand is high and there is a long waiting list for the most popular beach huts.
We invite you to enter up to 3 images of local people who “prepare and serve our delicious food and drink or serve our community in other ways”. We are looking for the best photographs capturing that perfect ‘Bude at work, rest or play’ moment. Think beautiful images that capture the skills, care and concentration of Bude’s community
US Rangers Memorial Stone is located on Summerleaze Down. A commemoration for the American Rangers who trained for the D-Day Landings in Bude.
The home of Parson Jack, who bred the Jack Russell Parson Terrier is now the Warhorse Valley Country Park – a fantastic family, accessible and dog-friendly place to visit when you’re staying in Bude. It’s also the place that inspired Michael Morpugo to write War Horse!