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Price and Availability Index Bude
Holiday Letting Price Information in Bude
We analysed holiday cottages, homes and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Bude. The most expensive prices are in July (27/07 - 03/08). Prices reach an average of £177 per night. However, in November (17/11 - 24/11), prices decrease to an average of £72 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Bude
Check how busy Bude is with our availability graph. More people travel to Bude a week in August (25/08 - 01/09). So far, 81% of the rentals are occupied this week. More accommodations are available in a week of December (01/12 - 08/12) as the booking rate is only 23%.
The weather in Bude
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. February is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 2°. Bring your umbrella in November, the rainiest month of the year!
Enjoy a Memorable Seaside Getaway with a Bude Holiday Letting
Discover Bude's surf culture through its beaches, impressive swells and world-class surfing amenities. Laid-back and unpretentious, the town is in the north of Cornwall and is a great choice for discerning travellers looking for a relaxing break. Your Bude holiday letting is well-equipped and perfect for a beach holiday, in this resort town that has appealed to travellers since Victorian times.
Arriving in Bude
If travelling by air, the most convenient way to get to Bude is by using nearby Newquay Cornwall Airport, which is the main commercial airport serving the region. From here, you can either take a bus or a taxi, getting you to your Bude holiday letting in a quick and comfortable manner.
If you're driving, the A39 is your main entry point and is clearly sign posted upon approach. For those arriving by train, the nearest station is Barnstaple, located just across the Tamar Valley in Devon.
Eating Out in Bude
Bude boasts some terrific restaurants which serve fresh seafood in generous portions and at competitive prices. For those who fancy romantic views while sipping on their wine, there's no place better than Bude, which is lined with seaside bistros and seafood restaurants.
When it comes to hearty Cornish grub served in a traditional setting, Wainhouse Inn does the trick with its laid-back ambiance, friendly service and delicious food. For a round of Cornish cider with locals, head to The Carriers Inn, which is right in the heart of town.
Weather in Bude
The best time to visit Bude is in spring or summer, when you can expect long, sunny days. Whilst spring appeals to those looking for some peace and quiet, even during the peak of summer, Bude manages to retain its provincial charm. Whenever you choose to visit, a Bude holiday home can be your oasis of calm.
Things to See and Do in Bude
Bude's key attractions are its beaches, such as Summerleaze, Crooklets and Widemouth Bay. Sandy Mouth and Crackington beaches are nearby and also worth a visit.
All of these beaches are manned by lifeguards making them perfect for families with children. Pet owners and their furry companions are often spotted on the dog-friendly Sandy Mouth and Duckpool beaches. Dedicated surfers prefer Bude to the busier Newquay and Padstow, whilst Bude's award-winning shore is long, deep and sandy, making it perfect for lounging on too.
Bude's carboniferous sandstone cliffs happen to be the highest in Cornwall. At a towering 224 metres the nearby High Cliff, earns its name. Meanwhile, the town centre is perfect to stroll through in the evenings with its inviting cafés and bars. The Castle Heritage Centre is recommended for those interested in the history of this resort town, whilst the new visitor centre in Crescent Car Park provides a wealth of information relating to the region. Make sure to pick up a few brochures here.
Bude with Children
The sea-water swimming pool at Summerleaze Downs is perfect for families with young children whilst Bude's spacious heated indoor pool, with its flume rides, wave machine and café is great for rainy days. Children in particular will love the laser dome, trampolines, tennis courts, minigolf and go-karting options in the vicinity. After all the excitement, take the little ones back to your Bude holiday home to relax.
Excursions from Bude
Excursions outside of Bude are made easier by the fact the town lies just off the A39, which is linked to historic towns in the north of Devon such as Barnstaple, Bideford and Tiverton. Bideford houses the Burton Art Gallery and Museum, as well as charming independent shops and boutique restaurants.
Rent a car to explore the region at your own pace, whilst always returning to the comfort of your own Bude holiday letting . As well as the towns mentioned here, the wider Cornish region is a delight to explore. From Penzance to Padstow, Cornwall has no shortage of historical towns to discover.
Regular Events and Festivals in Bude
Summer in Bude sees an array of themed festivals, theatrical shows, concerts and traditional dances taking place. These lively and entertaining events are ideal for visitors looking to learn more about Cornish culture. Look out for the weekly Cornish Furry Dance, Carnival Week, and the Jazz Festival held in August/September.
For some of the best surfing action, family fun and enlivening culture that the United Kingdom has to offer, book a stay in a Bude holiday letting .
Things to do in Bude: From nature to water sports
Bude Sea Pool
This part-natural pool has been a centre for water activities in Bude since the 1930s. One of the country’s last remaining tidal lidos, it is a must-see family attraction.
Offering beach huts for letting and a wide stretch of sand, this is a firm favourite with families and surfers alike. The river runs alongside the beach, whilst the town centre is just five minutes away.
Once an important part of the agricultural transportation system, Bude Canal is perfect for leisurely walks, and is home to plenty of wildlife.
Sheltered by the breakwater, this iconic location in Bude is an important fishing area, with boats using the tidal moorings in the summer months. Grab an ice-cream and take it all in.
A popular spot for surfing and rock pooling, Crooklets Beach also boasts a skate park, play area and beach café.
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