On the coastal road between Widemouth Bay and Bude, a large detached house, all on one level with stunning out-to-sea views.
An imaginative mix of ethnic and contemporary furnishings make this house unique.
A large, simple lawn garden (picnic table, barbecue) surrounds it.
A few minutes’ walk from a licensed restaurant, and the Coast Path, accessed just across the road, leads to Widemouth Bays’ sandy beach (1 mile) and Bude (2 miles).
From a decked terrace, sliding glazed doors into spacious open-plan living/dining/kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, fridge-freezer, electric range-style cooker/induction hob) with lofty high-apex ceiling, fabulous sea views through spectacular floor-to-ceiling windows and living area on two levels with woodburner and TV/DVD.
Five bedrooms lead off the living area - four double (5’ beds), one with en suite shower-room (suite), and a bunk room.
Bathroom (suite with separate shower).
Utility room (washing machine, tumble drier) with shower cubicle and loo.
Damages Deposit £500.
A stunningly gorgeous family seaside house.
Widemouth Bay: a huge stretch of sand/surf beach 3 miles south of Bude with beach shop, restaurants, cafés, excellent pub and fishmonger; surf shop/lessons.
Challenging but stunning Coast Path to Bude and Crackington Haven, 9 miles.
About the location
Bude 3 miles.
On the outskirts of Bude, this small coastal hamlet looks out over one of the area’s top surfing beaches. Famous for its rugged coastline, tumbling surf and excellent walking, it’s the place to relax and unwind. Lively Bude, with its town, beaches, clubs, pubs and resort attractions is 3 miles away, while to the north the Coast Path winds its way over the cliff tops toward the lonely lighthouse at Hartland Point, and on to the beautiful cliff side village of Clovelly. Take the main ‘Atlantic Highway’ north from Bude and you’ll also pass the Big Sheep and Milky Way theme parks, both great days out. If you love the countryside but don’t want to be too far from the holiday action, this is the place to stay.