A large, pet friendly house sleeping 12. Relaxed surroundings and lots of space for families and groups. Large entrance hall, snug with an open fire and office, large dining room breaking into a new kitchen which is a wonderful entertainment area and a large day lounge with a new TV/BT Sport and another open fire. There are six bedrooms over two floors. Large terrace and garden with off-road parking for four cars. The house is located just off the town centre, so it’s a short and easy walk to the Bude Canal, town, beach and Coast Path.
An old fisherman’s cottage located on King Street, Bude's oldest cobbled street, just off the town centre. This gorgeous Grade II listed cob cottage is dog-friendly and perfect for a self-catering holiday in Bude. The sun-trap garden has a lovely BBQ area and is a haven of tranquillity for relaxing throughout the day. Sleeps five in three bedrooms. You wont find many holiday cottages of this standard in the town centre.
Every visitor to Bude should pay a visit to the Rustic Tea Garden at Northcott Mouth. Located right by the beach and the South West Coast Path, it’s not only an essential stop off point for refreshments - it’s a Bude institution! Massive Cornish Cream Teas and a selection of hot and cold snacks are on offer. You’ll hear Margaret’s laugh as you approach her gardens... she’s there every day from 10am until around 6pm from April to end of October (but often earlier and later). Many visitors report back that this is the place for the the very best Cornish Cream Tea!
The Cliff Hotel is family run and perched on the National Trust Heathland cliff top at Crooklets. The hotel is family and pet-friendly and is just a couple of minutes’ walk from Crooklets Beach and 10 minutes’ walk from the town centre. Located just off the Coastal Path, this will be your first port-of-call when walking to Bude from the north. In addition to the many local facilities, guests are free to enjoy the tennis court, indoor swimming pool, and games room. Pre-booked evenings meals are served in the restaurant. Walkers can leave their car by prior arrangement.
Penrhyn is a lovely self-catering bungalow with one bedroom located just a very short walk from the centre of Bude but even closer to Crooklets Beach. There's a lovely garden area and a private parking spot. A perfect holiday cottage for a couple looking to be close to Bude and all the amenities.
Wyvern House B&B has had a remarkable transformation. Fabulously located just 200 yards from Crooklets Beach. They serve a fantastic Cornish breakfast and offer guests a choice of twin, double, king and super-king rooms, some with a separate seating area and sea views to the side. A great stay awaits you, 10-minutes from the town and 5-minutes to the Beach!
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.
At Upper Lynstone we have a touring field offering 36 individual 10 amp electric pitches all of which are extensively levelled and terraced and individually fenced. The pitches are fully grassed and a minimum of 11 meters wide. Eight of these pitches offer all weather hard standings suitable for touring and camping. Hidden anti slip matting leads to the pitch which offers a framed hard standing area with ample grass surround, the surface is finished with attractive granite chippings.
The owners have taken great pride in the restoration of these two holiday cottages at Falcon Mews, so you will love the original features which have been paired with modern and luxurious fittings. Located just a few metres from the bank of the Bude Canal, so it’s a very easy walk to the harbour, beach and town centre. Although both properties (Coach House and Grooms Cottage) are totally separate, they have a link-attached door so they can be booked for a group of nine.
The Old Lifeboat Apartments are converted from the historic Old Lifeboat House on the bank of the Bude Canal, just across the road from the Brendon Arms. It’s a very short and easy walk to the town centre, harbour and Summerleaze Beach. The apartments are small but perfectly adequate for two to four people. Outside, you have a small seating area and the waters edge is a metre or two away! There’s a parking space by the front door.