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The Beach at Bude

Relax, play, eat and drink, whilst celebrating all things coastal at this hip seaside hotel, overlooking dog-friendly Summerleaze Beach.
Summerleaze Crescent, Bude, EX23 8HJ

Partridge's paw rating

3/5 Paws

The Beach at Bude

Introduction

Relax, play, eat and drink, whilst celebrating all things coastal at this hip seaside hotel, overlooking dog-friendly Summerleaze Beach.

The Beach is home to one dog-friendly suite that has two double bedrooms, a family-sized bathroom, and a large open plan living/dining/kitchen area. This is the first self-catering offering at the hotel, just a short walk from the bar and restaurant.

Dogs are welcome on the large terrace at the front of the hotel – which enjoys uninterrupted ocean views.

Where to walk

Situated on the north Cornish coast, just off the Atlantic Highway, The Beach sits above Summerleaze, ideally positioned, just minutes from the town centre; a two-minute walk through the dunes will take you onto the beach, whilst a short stroll along the coastal path will take you to Bude Sea Pool – a part natural, part man-made pool, providing a superb spot for open-water swimming in a safe environment.

Bude Canal provides a two-mile flat tarmac path great for dog walking all-year-round and the Bude town-trail offers a great circular walk. For keen walkers (and dogs) try the Bude to Crackington Haven or Bude to Marsland Mouth routes.

There are ample dog-friendly beaches in the area, including Summerleaze Beach, Sandymouth, Northcott Mouth and Black Rock that are dog friendly all year, whilst seasonal Widemouth Bay and Crooklets Beach allow dogs between 1st October and 31st March.

Dine with your dog

Guests are welcome to dine with their dogs on the terrace, where they will be treated to Head Chef Joe Simmonds’ contemporary take on classic dishes, with menus that brim with fresh local ingredients.

If the weather doesn’t allow for alfresco dining, try Rosie’s Kitchen at Crooklets Beach – a modern diner-style beachside café, with plenty of Cornish charm, whilst the Brendon Arms, offers a proper dog-friendly pub, overlooking Bude’s inner harbour, a stones throw from Summerleaze Beach.

Doggie room rate

Rooms from £185 per night

Dogs charged at £35.00 per night

What Partridge says

Bude is a dog’s paradise and being able to stay in the self-catering apartment at the Beach is a real luxury – light-filled and spacious, it offers plenty of room to play, as well as snooze.

The terrace provides the perfect lounging spot, to watch my fellow four-legged friends on their walkies, with Summergleaze beach and the canal path designed for doggie days out!

Partridge's paw rating

3/5 Paws

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