The Beach

Location Bude

Postcode EX23 8HJ

Telephone 01288 389800

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Why we love it...

Contemporary design, stunning views

The Place

Reopened in May 2011 after 18 months of renovations, The Beach can claim to be one of the hottest places on the north Cornwall coast. The old Victorian Building has kept its character, with rooms of different shapes and sizes, but a modern feel has been added by thoughtful, contemporary redecoration.
Guests especially enjoy the bedrooms, describing them as comfortable and homely. All the rooms are decorated in cool colours – in the New England seaside style – with fashionable design features and accessories, particularly in the bathrooms. It is the combination of the wonderful views over Summerleaze Beach and the stylish decoration that make them so appealing – most have views that also extend over the spectacular Cornish scenery surrounding Bude, including the downs at Efford and the Bude canal.
With enough style and taste to be a ‘proper’ hotel, owners have decided against adding a restaurant for the time being, and instead encourage guests to explore the interesting town of Bude with its many local restaurants. Definitely a place for more than one night’s stay.

The Essentials

Price Band ££-££££
Rooms 16; deluxe, superior and classic all with wi-fi, flat screen TV, Blu-Ray player, iPod docking station, direct-dial telephone, hairdryer, fridge, safe, hospitality tray. Most have sea-views, some have balconies or terraces
Food breakfast
Facilities wi-fi, lift, conservatory, dining room, sun terrace, bar and treatment room
Children children welcome, extra bed charged at £30 per night
Disabled no disabled access, but there is a lift to all floors, and 1 ground floor room available
Pets

To Book

Contact Sarah Whiteman
Call 01288 389800
Fax 01288 389820
Email enquiries@thebeachatbude.co.uk
Website www.thebeachatbude.co.uk

Good To Know

Address Summerleaze Crescent, Bude EX23 8HJ
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The Location

Find this place: Bude, some car parking available

What's nearby: Bude heritage centre and museum, excellent area for walkers; the National coastal path passes the hotel. Surfing beaches and seawater swimming pool available on the beach, nearby sights include Boscastly village and the ruins of King Arthur's Castle in Tintagel