Beach Hotel

Beach Hotel

For those special occasions, it can only be The Beach, Bude’s luxurious hotel. restaurant and a number of events on throughout the year, this is the place to visit with family and friends or just to spend some quality time with your loved one.

Crealy Adventure Park

Crealy Adventure Park

Crealy Great Adventure Parks are the Southwest’s No.1 Family day out. Complete with park rides, indoor fun, outdoor fun, animals and pre-school activities – you will have a fun filled day out together, whatever the weather.

Fifteen by Jamie Oliver

Fifteen by Jamie Oliver

Located in a stunning position next to the sand at Watergate Bay on the North Cornish coast. Cornwall is a heaven for food lovers, offering fabulous seafood and a wealth of fantastic local produce; Fifteen makes full use of this, serving modern, Italian influenced dishes, using seasonal ingredients from the finest artisan producers in the county.

North Coast Wine Company

North Coast Wine Company

Originally starting out as an off license, the Northern Coast Wine Company is now not just a wine company, they have a beautifully contemporary café and are the perfect place to go to sample some cocktails. With an expansive selection of wine, you can choose your favourite straight from the shelf, add just £5 corkage and then sit back and enjoy.

Padstow

Cornwall’s self-proclaimed ‘Culinary Capital’ and famous fishing port of Padstow is a must-visit

Cornwall’s self-proclaimed ‘Culinary Capital’ and famous fishing port of Padstow is a must-visit. A favourite of celebrities, locals and visitors alike, immerse yourself in the chilled-out vibe of harbour life and spend the day exploring or sampling the local cuisine in one of its popular eateries..

Padstow

Padstow

Cornwall’s self-proclaimed ‘Culinary Capital’ and famous fishing port of Padstow is a must-visit. A favourite of celebrities, locals and visitors alike, immerse yourself in the chilled-out vibe of harbour life and spend the day exploring or sampling the local cuisine in one of its popular eateries..

Port Isaac

Port Isaac

Lose yourself in the wonderful offerings of this amazing little harbour town. Beginning as a small fishing village, it has now become a popular location for film and television, most recently, the TV series Doc Martin. Navigate your way through the narrow, winding streets bearing history from the 14th Century.

The Bank at Bude

The Bank at Bude

For a quirky take on Cornish cuisine, visit The Bank, Bude’s resident tapas bar. Situated next to the beautiful River Neat, it is the perfect place to relax for an enjoyable lunch or dinner with friends, sample the cocktails or to simply have a rejuvenating coffee before a refreshing walk along the river.

The Camel Trail

The Camel Trail

The Camel Trail is a 17 mile long cycle way running through some of the most spectacular countryside in the South West. This well-made path is popular with walkers, cyclists and joggers of all levels

The Eden Project

The Eden Project

Cornwall’s spectacular Eden Project is an unforgettable experience in a breath-taking, epic location. Eden is the gateway to a spectacular world of plants and people, housed in a dramatic global garden the size of thirty football pitches.

The Milky Way Adventure Park

The Milky Way Adventure Park

For all-weather family fun look no further than this award-winning attraction. Enjoy the roller-coasters, dodgems and assault courses built for both adults and children and have an adventure that the kids will remember forever!

The Tree Inn

The Tree Inn

If you’re looking for a cosy setting in a traditional Cornish pub then look no further. Famous for its delicious carvery and locally sourced ingredients, the Tree Inn is ae must-visit. With a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere, it's the perfect place to stop for something to eat after a busy day exploring or just to enjoy a leisurely lunch.

Tintagel Castle

Tintagel Castle

Full of ancient tales and medieval structures, kids and adults alike will enjoy a fantastic day absorbing all of its fascinating history. The scenery is breath-taking, rugged coastal beauty, covered in mossy greens and primal rocks and you can enjoy walking on the incredible rope bridge, tying together the Cornish mainland and the island fortress.

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