The Tree Inn is a former Manor House, parts of which date back to the 13th Century. It is located in the historic Market Town of Stratton, about 1.5 miles from the North Cornwall coast. Situated around a courtyard, the Inn includes our beautiful 13th Century Galleon restaurant with its ceiling beamed with timbers from ships wrecked on this coast.
The Organic Evening Restaurant at Bangors serves delicious, simply prepared food using fresh home grown and locally sourced ingredients. All the food and drinks are fully organic and are served in the delightful conservatory overlooking the formal gardens, a relaxed, and friendly welcome from owners Gill and Neil ensures a memorable evening
Ceramics and Glass. We are two potters making and selling from Welcombe Pottery. David Westcott throws in stoneware. Using a 'chun' glaze, rich in blues & greens, with shells printed into the clay Alice Gare works in slip decorated earthenware and kiln formed glass. Using bright fresh coastal colours she makes clocks, plates and wall hangings.
Here we serve a wide variety of beers, wines, spirits and non-alcoholic drinks. We particularly recommend the two local real ales. Meals are served every lunchtime and evening. To the front of the Coachman’s Bar there’s a raised Beer Terrace with lovely views over the Bude Canal, the Inner Harbour area and across to Bude town centre.
When you visit Clovelly, be sure to visit the gardens at Clovelly Court. Plants thrive in this sheltered sunny corner of North Devon, which has the added benefit of the warmth the Gulf Stream brings.
The Camel Trail is close to Bude, and Bridge Bike Hire in Wadebridge are open all year round for Camel Trail cycle hire. They offer a choice of over 400 bikes for every occasion.
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.
The stunning surroundings of the popular tourist destination of Bude in North Cornwall make it the perfect place for a day out on a bike. Bude Bike Hire have perfected the best solutions for individuals, families and other groups. Whether you are looking for a days outing or transporting your bike to another spot in the area.
The Weir is a fantastic cafe/bistro and interactive wildlife centre on the Bude Canal, perfectly placed for a mid-walk lunch. By car, we are just a few minutes from the town centre. Serving breakfast, lunch, cream teas and evening meals, with a large outdoor seating area with lake, children's play area and direct access to the Coast Path.
The Shack is a family run licensed cafe that's open from 8am every day. Our menu features a variety of homemade dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner- there's something for everyone, including a treat for every four-legged companion.