For Sunday lunch or a few drinks - The Kings Arms
It’s only a few minutes walk down to the Kings Arms and it’s great for Sunday lunch and for traditional English food.
The pub was built around 365 years ago and to capture some of this history they have about 50 prints of the pub and surrounding areas on display in the lounge bar, all with interesting narrative. You can come and see how the pub was affected by flooding, meet some of the locals/characters from many years ago, builders with amazing ladders replacing the roof and much more.
The pub serves food lunchtime 12 - 2 and 6.30 - 9.00 in the evening
Tuesday night is quiz night!
Free Wi-Fi and dogs are welcome
Another great place to eat just down in the village is the Tree Inn. The Tree has a pool table and Jukebox. On Fridays, a local group of fiddlers play in the bar.
The Tree Inn is a former Manor House, parts of which date back to the 13th Century and is steeped in English history.
Dogs are welcome at the Tree.
Food is served from Noon to 2pm and 6pm to 9pm
Food near the beach
Surfers hang- out - Bay View Inn
Just a few miles drive to Widemouth Bay and you’ll find the BayView Inn. The Bayview Inn is surfers hang out.
In a meadow overlooking Widemouth Bay, this casual hotel is a 3-minute walk from the SW Coast Path, and a 6-minute walk from Marine Drive's beachfront cafes and surf schools.
There's also a kid's play area.
Address: Widemouth Bay, Bude EX23 0AW
Phone: 01288 361273
We love Tommy Jacks after a surf or body-boarding session down on the beach. It’s a great place to sit out on their patio and relax over coffee or wine.
Down by the dunes in Bude, you’ll discover one of Cornwall’s newest hotels – Tommy Jacks. A throwback to when surfers were kings and skaters ruled the world, Tommy Jacks is quite possibly, the grooviest urban beach hotel, bar and restaurant on the Cornish coast.
Address: Crooklets Beach, Bude, Cornwall, EX23 8NF T. 01288 356013
Fish and Chips
We love: The Plaice in Bude.
Address: 16 Queen St, Bude EX23 8BB