Townhouse | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 8
* A 3 bedroom town house, sleeps 8.
* A 2 minute walk from Crooklets Beach.
* 5 minutes walk into Bude town centre.
* Lovely views over the golf course and to the town.
* Wireless Broadband available for guests (compatible laptop required).
Number 10 is part of a fantastic contemporary development (Hawkers Court) just a 2 minute walk from Crooklets Beach and only 5 minutes to the bustling centre of Bude.
Number 10 is part of a fantastic contemporary development (Hawkers Court) just a 2 minute walk from Crooklets Beach and the golf course and only 5 minutes to the bustling centre of Bude.
It is set over three floors and has been beautifully finished throughout with quality contemporary furniture. There is under-floor heating throughout the property. There are juliet balconies from the living area and master bedroom to ensure the property is light and airy, and a rear garden to relax in.
It is in a perfect location for a fantastic holiday with lovely views over the golf course and to the town.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Crooklets Beach 200 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||100 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Newquay` 35 km, Nearest railway: Barnstaple 56 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (4), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden|
|Further details indoors||
* Open plan living/dining/kitchen area with juliet balcony.
* Furnished with 1x three seater sofa, 1x two seater sofa and coffee table.
* Flatscreen TV with Freeview and CD/DVD player.
* Selection of CDs, DVDs and board games available for guests use.
* Mango wood dining table with seating for 8.
* Modern kitchen with cream gloss units.
* Electriic oven with separate grill, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washer dryer.
* Full utensils and accessories including a kettle, toaster and cafetiere .
* Situated on the second floor with juliet balcony with views over the golf course.
* Furnished with a king size bed, bedside tables both with lamps, double fitted wardrobe, chest of drawers and flatscreen TV
* Situated on the second floor.
* Furnished with twin beds, a bedside table with lamp, double fitted wardrobe and chest of drawers (on landing).
* Situated on the ground floor with double doors opening to the garden.
* Furnished with a super king size bed, bunk beds and wardrobe with drawer.
* Bathroom comprises a bath with shower over, w.c., wash basin and heated towel rail.
* Located on the ground floor.
* Comprises of shower cubicle, w.c. , wash basin and heated towel rail.
|Further details outdoors||
* Two minute walk from the golf course and Crooklets Beach.
* Five minute walk into Bude town centre.
* Garden area with furniture including 2 tables and seating for 10.
* Allocated parking.
The West Country region
Cornwall is a popular holiday destination with nearly 700km of coastline and more than 300 beaches. Popular with all generations, its mild climate, golden beaches, dramatic Atlantic rollers and colourful past of smugglers and pirates will make your stay in Cornwall a memorable one. Whether you’re after a family holiday or a romantic getaway for two, Cornwall is the perfect place for a self-catering holiday.
With over 60 miles of dramatic Atlantic coastline, North Cornwall is a romantic and historical destination. From King Arthur’s ruined castle of Tintagel to the wild, windswept moors of Bodmin, home of the hauntingly beautiful and mysterious Dozmary Pool, where Excalibur was returned to the Lady of the Lake, North Cornwall is rich in history and legend. North Cornwall has some of the cleanest beaches in the region, from quiet coves to family beach resorts such as Bude, where youngsters can enjoy a bucket and spade holiday. Older family members may want to seek out some of North Cornwall’s exciting surfing venues such as Polzeath to ride the Atlantic rollers. Seafood lovers will want to beat a path to the pretty Cornish fishing village of Padstow, famous for its restaurants. With such glorious natural beauty, rich history and fine food, North Cornwall is an ideal destination for a self catering holiday.
Bude is also well-situated for some of Cornwall’s best attractions, such as Boscastle, Tintagel and The famous King Arthur's Castle and the picturesque village of Clovelly - all of which are definitely worth a visit.
Whilst there is plenty to occupy holiday makers in and around Bude, the more restless visitor can make Bude their base from which to explore Devon and Cornwall.
Bude is one of Cornwall’s traditional holiday destinations dating back to Victorian times. It has grown and developed in harmony with its heritage to provide a modern holiday destination that fulfils the needs of the whole family.
The surrounding countryside to Bude is amongst some of the most picturesque in Cornwall with much of the coastline around Bude designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, whilst the famous Bude Canal is an extraordinary engineering feat of the early 19th century.
Beaches around Bude
With the North Cornwall coast providing some of the finest surfing in the country it is little wonder that Bude and many of its surrounding beaches are popular all year round. These beautiful sandy beaches provide the perfect setting to relax and unwind with friends and family; with most having lifeguard cover over the summer months.
There are eight beaches in and around Bude, and with surfing being high on the agenda for most visitors, here a few that are worth a visit.
Widemouth Bay has over 2 miles of sandy beach at low tide where the wave’s crash and you and the children can enjoy activities such as beachcombing, rock pooling, snorkeling, walking or simply relaxing on the beach.
Crooklets Beach, often called the "Bondi of Britain", provides ideal conditions for surfers with regular surf and life-saving demonstrations throughout the year.
Summerleaze enjoys a huge expanse of clean fine sand at low tide, but the sea can be dangerous, especially near the sailing channels into the Canal.
Crackington Haven is a lovely cove, flanked by fascinating 430ft cliffs it has a fairly large area of sand bordered by low reefs that provide and excellent opportunity for rock pooling.
Northcott Mouth is a beautiful sandy beach which at low tide joins Crooklets Beach. It provides interesting geology and many secluded spots to enjoy peace and quiet.
Duckpool is a romantic little cove framed by the spectacular peak of Steeple Point. This beach is not recommended for swimming.
Unfortunately, dog bans operate at Crooklets, Crackington Haven, and the north beach at Widemouth from Easter to the 1st October.
Bude town and attractions
The centre of Bude has a selection of unique independent shops, a large supermarket and a modern indoor heated swimming pool.
There are also many other recreational activities available throughout the area including climbing, abseiling, coastal traversing, coasteering, windsurfing, kayaking canoeing and orienteering
That said, a must for any visit to the North Coast is enjoying walking on part of the South West Coast path. The dramatic and ever-changing coastline provides some spectacular scenery and breathtaking views that provide a camera opportunity from every angle.