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Beaches near Bude Cornwall

List of Beaches Bude Cornwall

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Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: yes

Bude Cornwall

Bude in north Cornwall is an excellent Cornish seaside resort that offers something for everyone. With two beaches within walking distance of the town centre, surfing and bodyboarding, kayaking, a tidal swimming pool and excellent facilities in the town. Bude Cornwall is a great place to visit and a good base for the surrounding area in north Cornwall. There are three beaches in Bude Crooklets Beach Bude - Lifeguarded in season. Crooklets Beach is popular with surfers and bodyboarders and is a small west facing sandy beach set in front of the Bude Surf Lifesaving Club (the first club established in Europe, favoured by a mix of surfers and beach goers. Dog ban in place Easter Sunday to 30 September.

Summerleze Beach Bude - Lifeguard cover is provided in season. Dogs must be on leads from 21st May to 30th September from 10am-6pm - Summerleaze beach Bude is within walking distance of Bude town centre and is a sandy beach backed by cliffs with lifeguards in the summer months. Bude open air sea pool is set at the back of the beach and is a fun place to swim if you do not fancy the sea.

Sandymouth Beach is another great beach at the North end of Bude. Lifeguarded in season. It is a National Trust beach with a beautiful cafe. The descent down the path can be difficult as the path gives way to a pebble ridge that descends to the sandy beach. Dog friendly beach in Cornwall.

North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: yes

Crackington Haven Bude Cornwall

Crackington Haven beach is set between towering cliffs which provide a degree of shelter and is close to the town of Bude Cornwall. The beach backs on to the lovely village of Crackington Haven. This is not so much a sandy beach as a shingle cove offering a wide stretch of sand with rock pools at low tide. Popular with swimmers, surfers and families. Waves can be steep at low tide. There are dangerous rocks to the left and right. There are toilets, a cafe and beach shop selling beach goods and surf wear. The paid car park gives easy access to the beach. Lifeguard service daily in peak season. Dogs are welcome on this beach except between Easter Sunday and 30 September when a seasonal dog plan is in place.

North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: yes

Bude Cornwall

Video Of Northcott Mouth Beach Cornwall

Northcott Mouth Beach is a rocky cove near to Bude and when the tide is out is a sandy beach with stream and rock pools. A National Trust beach there is a small car park and cafe in summer but no toilet facilities. Look out for the wreck of SS Belem which is revealed at low tide. Lifeguarded in Summer. Read more about Bude Cornwall. Northcott is a dog friendly beach all year.

North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: no

Bude Cornwall

Watch Video Of Sandymouth Beach Cornwall

Sandymouth Beach is a great beach at the North end of Bude . It is a National Trust beach with a beautiful cafe and toilets which are open in the summer months. There is a National Trust car park. The descent down the path can be difficult as the path gives way to a pebble ridge that descends to the sandy beach. When at the sand it stretches for just over a mile. The beach is watched over by beautifully high towering cliffs and a waterfall that children love to play in. There are also rock pools to explore. Sandymouth is popular with surfers and the surf here is said to be great but when it gets above 3 feet it is best left to those with experience. Sandymouth Beach is lifeguarded from mid May until late September. The beach is only accessible at mid to low tide and so always seek advice before straying too far from the beach entrance. Sandymouth Beach Bude is a dog friendly beach in Cornwall all year and does not have any seasonal dog restrictions. A real gem in the area!

North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: yes

Bude Cornwall

Summerleaze beach Bude is within walking distance of the centre of Bude and is a sandy beach which has an open air sea pool. The pool is a fun place to swim if you do not fancy the sea, which is handy as Bude often gets powerful seas with high waves. Bude beaches are popular with surfers which can make the pool a calm alternative. Good facilities nearby including a cafe. There is a beach wheelchair available for hire from Summerleaze Beach Office. Dog friendly beach all year although dogs must be kept on a lead between 10am and 6pm from 21st May - 30th September. Lifeguarded over the summer season. Read more about Bude Cornwall

North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: yes

Tintagel Cornwall

Close to Tintagel Cornwall Trebarwith is set in a deep valley with west facing beach and views of Gull Rocks. Please note you have to cross rocks to get to the beach and the beach is completely covered at high tide. Overlooking the beach is the Port William Inn a completely dog friendly pub and definitely worth a visit. The beach has parking, toilets and is a dog friendly beach all year. Lifeguarded over the summer season.

North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: yes

Bude Cornwall

The South side of Widemouth Bay, Black Rock, is a dog friendly beach in Cornwall. A sandy West facing beach with good access to the coast path. Set a few miles from Bude Cornwall Black Rock beach is entered through a private car park and has a cafe, shop hire facilities and lifeguards in the summer season. Read more about Bude Cornwall

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North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: yes

Bude Cornwall

Widemouth Bay is the most southerly of the Bude beaches. A beautiful long stretch of sand with large car park, a choice of cafes, surf shop and toilets. A very popular beach for all the family. Busy beach in summer with lively atmosphere. Bodyboarders and surfers particularly like Widemouth Bay due to the space it provides in the water and shape of the waves that are created. The beach has a light gradient which causes the waves to break on it more gently. This is perfect for learner surfers and younger children. The waves break throughout the tide and are best between 1-5 feet and with an easterly wind.

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North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: yes

Video of Widemouth Bay

 

Video of Northcott Mouth Beach Cornwall