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The Beach at Bude, Bude, Cornwall
The hottest of Cornish hotspots, The Beach at Bude is a place to relax, eat and drink, and celebrate all things coastal. Overlooking Summerleaze Beach and beyond, the hip beach bar draws in a young crowd at weekends with its inventive cocktail menu and summer terrace. Enjoy laidback luxury dining - with beautifully presented plates fusing the freshest ingredients and flavours - before sipping a delicious cocktail with a Cornish twist on the sea-facing sun deck.
Hit the Atlantic for a surf lesson or improve your rowing skills by taking out a canoe or kayak on the historic Bude Canal.
As the name suggests, The Beach at Bude is located right on the shore in north-east Cornwall's popular resort town of Bude.
By car: just off the A39 to Bath, the hotel is an hour and 20 minutes from Exeter or Plymouth and two hours from Taunton.
By train: Bude doesn't have great train links. It's best to jump off at Exeter St Davids and transfer to the hotel by bus or car (1 hour 30 mins).
By plane: Newquay Airport is an hour's drive from the hotel and Exeter Airport 1 hour 20 mins.
Style & Character
This is an upbeat coastal-inspired hangout particularly aimed at a younger clientele, perfect for cocktail lovers and those in search of sublime sea views. The updated Victorian house retains its original character, but with a fresh and modern décor. In the hip bar coastal living meets city-chic, with a mix of eye-catching furnishings.
Service & Faciltiies
The large decked terrace provides the dreamiest alfresco spot to unwind and people-watch with a sundowner in hand.
- Public bar
- Sun terrace
- Sea views
- Bar food
The luxurious bathroom, with its Victorian-style shutters opening out over sea vistas, offers a haven to unwind and experience the ultimate bathtime bliss.
Deluxe, Superior, Classic Plus and Classic suites; one ground floor lift-access room, two family-friendly suites, one dog-friendly suite
Facilities include: limed oak furniture, Vi-Spring beds, Lloyd Loom chairs and duck or goose feather duvets and pillows
Food & Drink
Celebrate with a glass of Prosecco - 'breakfast bubbles' at the weekends offer a lavish start to the day. The John Dory with sautéed potatoes and pea vinaigrette is a winning combo, and don't get us started on the Blackberry Eton Mess, made with gin-marinated blackberries.
The Restaurant: Masterchef: The Professionals Head Chef, light locally-sourced fish menu, laidback dining. Open all week for lunch and dinner. Large plates £14 - £18.
The Terrace: cocktails, sharing plates, high-quality local meats and cheeses. Open all week for lunch. Two courses for £15, three courses for £18.