Bude (England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... department type store that sells alsorts. Another type of shop you will see a lot of here is surf shops. For surf shops these are resonably priced. If you want a supermarket there is a somerfield at the top of the hill and also a chemist if needed. There is plenty of indivdual shops selling lots of different things. As we were in cornwall we decided we just had to try a cornish pasty. Here we found a good pasty shop that sold very nice cornish pastys although there are plenty of other pasty shops that all cook them fresh. We sat down and ate this in the mini park area. For afters we sampled the delicious ice cream which was m... more
Customer Bude (England) Reviews (5)
by - written on 08/01/09 (Very useful, 211 readings)
Bude is very nice surprise. We went there for the first time last year and we revisit given the chance. Upon arrival the car parks are well signposted and resonable priced. The car park we used was bang next to the beach and had the option of both long stay and short stay. In this car park there was some public toilets and an rnli shop with a cafe near by. From the car park we made our way into the town via the bank. In the town there are plenty of shops. One our favourite shops in bude was one called wroes. This is a large independent department type store that sells alsorts. Another type of shop you will see a lot of here is surf shops. For surf ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/01, updated on 07/09/01 (Very useful, 1151 readings)
Sorry about the title. Up until recently, my summer holidays from university were into something of a rut. The pattern was simple and pretty boring: Work in pub, work at cinema, spend the money in the same places, around the same people who don’t even say thank you when you open a door for them. On your days off, become bored and lazy, sometimes not even getting dressed. Yes folks, that time had come once more when I needed an emergency HOLIDAY. But where to go? And who with? It was then that I was visited in a dream by a midget fire-breather who looked strangely like my dad but smaller and a little scarier. “John,” he ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/12/00, updated on 09/12/00 (Very useful, 134 readings)
Having lived around Bude basically all my life, perhaps I'm a little biased - I find it hard to admire it in the same way a visitor would, but all the same have a certain fondness of the place. I'll try and write this opinion from the point of view of a tourist... The first and most important feature of this town which makes it what it is today is the sea! With at least two main beaches in the town itself, plus many others nearby if it's sand you want, you've got it. The beaches are clean and generally well maintained, with the usual lifeguards and flag-systems in use - but be warned on sunny days they can be pretty busy. The town has become ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/00, updated on 21/11/00 (Very useful, 212 readings)
Cornwall as a whole is a spectacularly beautiful place, full of beaches, restaurants and a spendid local culture which sometimes makes you feel you're not actually in the UK. If you don't fancy a trip abroad, love the beach and need a little peace from the city, I would recommend the North Cornwall town of Bude. It lies right on the border with Devon by about 10 miles and is perfect for being able to explore both Cornwall and Devon. Bude over the years has not attracted the commercial attention that the likes of Newquay have and has kept its heritage and culture perfectly. When you go there do not expect to see large shopping centres, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/00, updated on 17/11/00 (Very useful, 161 readings)
The biggest advantage of a holiday in Bude is that it lies on the North Cornish coast, only about 10 miles from the Devon/Cornwall border. It therefore makes an ideal base for those wishing to explore both counties. Yet there is plenty to do and see in and around Bude which makes travelling unecessary. For a start, there are two beautiful beaches, Crooklets and Summerleaze, both of which are supervised by lifeguards during the summer season and offer excellent surfing opportunities. One beach is a dog free zone, the other allows dogs at certain times of the year. Between the beaches lies a large tidal swimming pool for those who would rather swim than ... Read the complete review
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