the edgcumbe

A Hotel in Bude, Cornwall

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

19 Summerleaze Crescent
EX23 8HJ

the edgcumbe, Bude

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Accommodation Description:

A chic 4 star 'Guest Accommodation' with the look and feel of a small boutique hotel.Surrounded by beautiful Surf Beaches and close to the traditional town centre. We have the look and the location!

the edgcumbe is a family run beachside accommodation set in an unrivalled location with panoramic views over Summerleaze Beach, Hills & Downs, and valley of the river Neet. An ideal base to discover North Cornwall at any time of the year. Surrounded by beautiful sandy beaches and the cliffs which form part of the Cornish Coastal Path, Bude is in an exceptional location.

A small coastal town providing local produce and wares. Whilst the town has many essential modern amenities, it has remained a peaceful and charming historic seaside town. the edgcumbe is tastefully furnished in a boutique style to a high standard, with a cosy traditional bar/lounge area, light contemporary Gallery Restaurant and wonderful south facing conservatory with comfortable sofas and a outdoor patio area.

All great places to enjoy our local food and drink! The Gallery Restaurant is open daily from 11:30 am - 4pm and 6:30 - 8:30 pm (excluding Thursdays) We are a No-Smoking property. Regrettably, we cannot accept pets except guide dogs. Check-In time: 1400 and Check-Out time: 1030.

4 star rating

From: £34.00

Room Facilities
Wireless internet connection
Colour television
Alarm clock

Lock-up facility for bicycles
Wakeup call
Room service
Non-smoking (throughout)
Ironing facilities
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
DVD/Video/Games rental
Baggage store

On-site parking
Free parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities
Our Gallery Restaurant is a stylish room with images of Cornwall and Devon, provided by local artists decorating the walls. The origional wooden floor and dark wooden tables set of the pale blue walls and beige origional panelling giving it a contemporary feel yet relaxed feel. An extensive breakfast is served from 8.30 - 9.30 Mon - Sat and untill 10.00am on a Sunday. Earlier breakfast can be arranged. Evening dining is availabel until 8.30

Breakfast (Full cooked)

Child Facilities
Games available

Pet Policy
No pets

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