The beach at Sandymouth is situated 3 miles to the north of Bude, near the Cornwall-Devon border. A large pebble beach owned by the National Trust, at low tide Sandymouth reveals large stretches of sand, from which the beach takes its’ name, and numerous rock pools.
Holiday-makers looking for accommodation in the area will find a good selection of holiday cottages in Bude.
Backed by high cliffs, Sandymouth Beach is set in a secluded location. Though the waters around Sandymouth can be dangerous, it remains relatively popular for watersports, particularly surfing.
Access to Sandymouth Beach is via a winding path from the car park, where a café and toilets are located. Sandymouth is a dog-friendly beach and is patrolled by lifeguards in the summer.