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What is Bude like to live in?

Bude is very much a family resort – for people who love the outdoors. ‘ The small, friendly town, has also proved the perfect place for Rachel’s two girls, Daisy and Millie, to grow up in. ‘I can go to work and let the kids whizz off to the beach and meet their friends – along with all the other families in Bude.

Is Bude worth visiting?

Not your typical tourist attraction, but the Bude Tunnel has become somewhat of a famous landmark in our coastal town. With five-star reviews and comments including ‘a tunnel like no other’, the 70m long tunnel which stretches from Sainsbury’s car park all the way to Crooklets Road is definitely worth a visit.

What is Bude like in Cornwall?

Like all of Cornwall’s resort towns, Bude is all about the beaches. There are miles of fantastic beaches here stretching from Widemouth Bay in the south to Duckpool and the Devon border in the north. This is a great family beach, although the waves can be a little frisky and currents unpredictable.

What shops are in Bude?

Independent shops in Bude town centre include Wroes department store, Barrel Rock Clothing, Spencer Thorn, Ann’s Cottage and Banfords. Larger chains in the town include Fat Face, Mountain Warehouse, Saltrock, Boots, WH Smith and Holland & Barrett.

What supermarkets are in Bude?

Supermarkets near Bude

  • Sainsbury’s. Supermarkets. Shop online at Sainsbury’s.
  • Morrisons. Supermarkets. 0.6 mi | Stucley Rd, Bude, EX23 8UA.
  • Co-Op Food. Supermarkets. Convenience Store.
  • M&s Simply Food. Supermarkets. 8.2 mi | Bude Road, Holsworthy, EX22 6HZ.
  • Waitrose & Partners Holsworthy. Supermarkets. A British grocery supermarket chain.

Can you get around Cornwall without a car?

yes, you can do a holiday in Cornwall without a car but it will take a bit of planning to make sure that you can get to the places that you want to. first off, contact cornwall council and ask for their bus and train maps.

How far is Bude from St Ives?

59 miles

What is the nicest beach in Cornwall?

Best beaches in Cornwall

  • Sennen (Whitsand Bay) Sennen cove beach.
  • Godrevy Beach. The northenmost and most dramatic section of the three-mile long sandy beach that stretches from Hayle to Godrevy Head.
  • Praa Sands Beach.
  • Perranporth (Penhale Sands)
  • Marazion Beach.
  • Porthmeor Beach.
  • Kynance Cove.
  • Porthcurno Beach.

Is north or south Cornwall better?

really depends on your preference. South coast scenery is “softer”, some beaches can be pebblier . North coast cliffs are steeper so scenery is more dramatic, some beaches are sandier. Also depends on the weather!

What is the best time to visit Cornwall?


Is Truro worth a visit?

Truro is less than half an hour from Porthtowan and makes a lovely day or half day out. Truro’s beautiful cathedral is a spectacular backdrop to the city and is well worth a wander round, as by all accounts is the Royal Cornwall Museum, with great Cornwall themed hands on displays and activities for the family.

What is Truro famous for?

The city is famous for its impressive range of stunning architecture, featuring Gothic and Georgian styles, located down the ancient, cobbled and narrow streets of Truro. The oldest church in the city is the Kenwyn Parish Church in the northern outskirts of the city, dating back to the 14th and 15th centuries.

Has Truro got a beach?

Beaches in Truro, Cornwall The beach guide has 1 beaches listed in and around the town of Truro.