By the Byre - a holiday cottage that sleeps 4 guests in 2 bedrooms
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Max guests:4 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
Lovely location, easy walk into Bude along the canal. Property very clean, well presented and very well equipped. Would definitely return. Thank you.
Fantastic location Near to so many beautiful walks to the beach and canal walks
Would love to visit again Dog friendly and so many walks and cafes along the way Superb
Wonderful cottage in great location for Bude and surrounding area.
We had a great Spring time week in this lovely cottage. Very well appointed and comfortable in all areas- We had everything we needed down to hand soap, a washing line and tin foil.
The cottage is well laid out for a family of 4 with the kids bedroom close to the front room and master bedroom so they don’t get anxious as mine sometimes do in an unfamiliar setting. Amazing shower too!
There is a lovely outdoor space too with BBQ and utensils.
The walk into Bude is lovely and a dead flat easy 10-15 mins. Kids bikes or scooters would be really good for this! We hardly used the car at all.
We tried out The Bank (Tapas restaurant) on the walk into Bude. Really lovely but not cheap. Loved the Olive Tree for coffee or a beer and watching the world go by.
Our best day trip was to Clovelly- highly recommended for a lovely day out.
All in all a lovely week and I hope we’ll be back. Thanks Amy for your hospitality!
A lovely, well equipped cottage in a beautiful location. I would really recommend and will visit again.
Beautiful cottage, great location!
We had such a wonderful few days, once there we were able to leave the car and walk everywhere as the cottage was in such a good location.
The cottage was amazingly well equipped with everything you could need, the little touches like hand wash and tissues made it a real home from home.
We slept brilliantly as it was so peaceful!
We would love to stay again - thank you.
A well equipped cottage in a great location
Our first impression of the cottage was how clean it was. We stayed there with our two dogs and had a lovely autumn break.
We have stayed in cottages before but never one as well equipped as By The Byre. Dishwasher tablets, washing up liquid and washing machine detergent were all available to use. Also wood for the log burner along with kindling and firelighters. The central heating was very warm too, I had to turn it down so I could light the stove!
The kitchen was well equipped too for cooking meals and breakfasts.
The shower was fantastic, a hot cascade of water form the huge shower head.
The bed and sofa were very comfortable too.
The stroll into Bude along the cycle track or canal was flat easy walking.
It doesn't take long to discover that Bude is possibly more diverse than any other holiday destination in Cornwall. Most major villages, towns and attractions are within an hour's drive; and because Bude sits on the county border, visitors are free to explore the delights of both Devon and Cornwall at their leisure. Look past the eight main beaches and many smaller hidden coves and you soon see there really is something for everyone.
As it is a pleasant walk to the town centre of Bude, the huge sandy beach is a favourite with children and adults alike, there is an outdoor sea pool, pretty canal, golf course, splash pool and tennis courts, and you can enjoy all of this without the need of a car! Bude is Cornwall's most northern town and has been a favourite seaside resort since Victorian times. The coastal scenery surrounding the beaches is quite beautiful, boasting some of the finest sandy beaches and the best surfing in England! The town has excellent facilities and a wide selection of interesting, independent shops. This idyllic area has a large amount of bird life for the dedicated twitcher and some wonderful, scenic walks along the South West coastal path.The centre of Bude is a lively hub with concerts, dances and fetes as well as other events throughout the season, including an annual Carnival Week. The town has a host of pubs, cafes and restaurants to suit every palate and there is a new Visitors Centre in the Crescent car park, a large children's play area, a 19th century canal and a small wharf amongst many other attractions. Bude is also home to the internationally acclaimed jazz festival which takes place each August.Further along the coast is Sandymouth, a large beach ideal for families due to its lovely sand, rock pools and tea rooms. A short drive north over the border into Devon leads to the quaint village of Hartland with its very own shipwreck! Also well worth a visit is the world famous fishing village of Clovelly. The cobbled, traffic-free, high street is built into a cleft in a 400' high cliff and tumbles its way down past whitewashed cottages festooned with flowers to the tiny working port.
Further West down the A39 will lead you to Boscastle, Crackington Haven, Tintagel and on down to Rock, Padstow and Wadebridge all with their own fascinating histories, endless beaches, magnificent promontories, secluded coves and pubs and restaurants full of character and fine local cuisine - this part of Cornwall will rapidly become one of your favourite holiday destinations.