Bude welcomes families and surfers to its spectacular golden beaches all year round where they can kick back and relax in charming self-catering cottages.
Formerly known as Bude Haven, it’s no wonder why Bude truly is a haven for a perfect family seaside holiday. Sitting comfortably on the Cornish side of border between Devon and Cornwall, Bude has become a flocking ground for many English holidaymakers because it’s a prime position to explore everything that both the exquisite counties have to offer.
Bude's earlier importance was that of a small harbour with a canal heading inland. The harbour still remains but is less of a port and more of a dock for local boats, yet still provides a warm, wonderful atmosphere within this charming seaside resort.
Nobby’s combines the coast with the country. The pet-friendly coast and country cottage in is situated on East Thorne Farm in the North Cornwall countryside near Bude. This comfortable cottage offers families a an adventure playground, an indoor games room, spa, a campfire and lovely rural walks.
Children can feed the animals at Cwtch, a pet-friendly cottage near Bude on East Thorne Farm in North Cornwall. They can also enjoy the adventure playground and indoor games room while parents make use of the spa. Relax in the spacious furnished garden at this lovingly-presented cottage by the sea.
Millook is a luxurious cottage set on Wooda Resort, which offers a sophisticated getaway near Bude in Cornwall. The elegant cottage features urban chic plus views of the ocean and the countryside, as well as an open fire and access to many on-site activities plus the beautiful Cornish coastline.
Sandymouth, Gwelva Hills promises families a holiday in luxury. The sophisticated coastal cottage is situated on Wooda Farm, near Bude, and places guests near the beaches and the hills of Cornwall. The cottage offers open-plan spaces, an open fire, gorgeous views, urban chic and on-site facilities.
Mineshop Holiday Cottages are located in the heart of the stunning Mineshop Valley, a short walk through the fields and woodland to the beach at Crackington Haven near Bude in North Cornwall. Set in a secluded and tranquil spot, its the perfect getaway for families, couples and dog owners.
Children can feed the animals or play happily in the adventure playground and games room at Cwtch, a pet-friendly holiday cottage near Bude on East Thorne Farm. Enjoy a relaxing family holiday in this lovingly-presented countryside cottage by the sea in North Cornwall.
A log-burning fire crackles in Cranny, a cosy rural holiday cottage near Bude at East Thorne Farm. This pet-friendly holiday cottage in North Cornwall is surrounded by countryside and includes a beautiful garden, adventure playground, spa, indoor games room and proximity to the sea.
Duckpool, Gwelva Hills is a luxurious coastal cottage offering seclusion and sophistication. The pet-friendly cottage near Bude, in Cornwall, sits on a large property near the coast and boasts open-plan spaces with abundant natural light as well as multiple outdoor spaces for relaxing in the sun.
Wide soft-sand beaches and rolling countryside surround Longbeak View, a luxurious coastal cottage near Bude in Cornwall. The pet-friendly cottage also offers water views plus a lovely spacious garden, an open fire, a sun-filled conservatory and an interior boasting eco-friendly features and style.
- Canworthy Water
- Carbis Bay
- Crackington Haven
- Harlyn Bay
- Lamorna Cove
- Mawgan Porth
- Praa Sands
- St Agnes
- St Austell
- St Columb Major
- St. Ives
- St. Just
- St. Mawgan
Naturally, Bude with its big sandy beaches has the perfect atmosphere for a relaxed self-catered family holiday and you’ll be pleased to find that many holiday cottages are dotted around Bude, ready to host your unforgettable Cornish holiday. Bude has a picturesque esplanade which runs along the edge of the beach, Summerleaze, which is perhaps the most inspiring of all the beaches. Surf Life Saving nippers use this safe beach as training place to dip and dive in between the calm waves of the waters and encourage everyone to join them.
The sun rarely leaves this glorious stretch of Cornwall along the West Coast and it’s no wonder why it tends to draw in friendly faces year after year. It is famous for its fantastic surf and regularly brings with the tide, the laid-back, culture and attitude that usually accompanies this popular sport.
Other sports in the area include tennis and a large golf course which welcomes visitors in search of a relaxing round or two in the sunshine.