Cornwall Cottage Holidays, Widemouth Bay, Bude, Cornwall
Cornwall Cottage Holidays has a few properties to offer.
Hydeaway sleeps 2/5 is 17th Century Former Poor House -set in a cobbled courtyard just of the main village square.4 poster bed and farmhouse kitchen Decorated in and outside for the 2011 season.
Ivy is a luxury detached barn sleeping 2/4 converted to a very high standard it boasts huge corner bath as well as a en-suite to the 4 poster bedroom. free w fi great country and sea views from the private garden.Dogs are welcome October to Easter.
Acorn sleeps 2/4 a spacious two bedroom barn conversion. 1 mile from Widemouth Bay and 2 miles from Bude free internet, no smoking,Pets welcome october to easter at £25pw per dog other times by arrangement,Friday start ideal for short breaks.
Rose Barn Luxury detached 3 bedroom barn, Sleeps 2 to 8. Four poster bed and en-suite. Galleried landing with twinkling chandelier. free WI FI internet.
Oak Barn sleeps 2/6 offers adaptable accommodation with a 3 bedrooms 2 upstairs and 1 downstairs.4 poster bed with en- suite .country and sea views.free wi fi internet.
Bude - This Victorian seaside town has all the facilities which you might need for food, shopping, and entertainment. Beatiful beaches and a large selection of cafe's, pubs
Clovelly - About 20 minutes drive north of Bude a World famous heritage fishing village. Cobbled street tumbles down between flower-strewn cottages to the harbour. Much to do and see.
Padstow - About 40 minutes drive south of Bude, Slate hung houses crowd narrow streets leading to a picturesque harbour on the on the western side of the Camel Estuary North Cornwall. You will also find Rick Steins famous seafood resturant and fish and chip shop.
Bideford -About 1 hour north of Bude Bideford is an attractive town on the banks of the Torridge estuary.
Hartland-Hartland Quay and Hartland Abbey are steeped with history a fantastic dramatic coastline and indeed drive down to the old quay with small pub and shop. The Abbey has only recently been opened to the public and with the gardens is a day out in its self.
Bostcastle - Renowned and attractive National Trust fishing village with narrow, cliff-hung harbour entrance, small quay and walks through beautiful Valency Valley and St Nectan's Glen. Thomas Hardy met his first wife here and based his novel A Pair of Blue Eyes on his experiences in the district. Nearby Beeny Cliff has been featured in the writings of both Hardy and John Betjeman.
Crackington Haven - Just a couple of minutes south Bude a coastal village with spectacular beach and magnificent 400 ft cliff walks Cornwall's highest coastal point.
Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for details.
Sleeps: 1 to 8