Stanbury Mouth is a large pebbly beach around 5 miles north of Bude on the north Cornwall coast. The beach is one of Cornwall’s most northerly, lying within a few miles of the Cornwall-Devon border. Low tide reveals sandy stretches of beach and rock pools to explore.
Stanbury Mouth is a west facing, surfing beach, where seals can sometimes been seen playing in the waters. Swimming is not recommended and there is no lifeguard patrol. Due to the limited facilities and difficult access, Stanbury is normally a pleasantly quiet beach. Dogs are permitted.
Bude holiday cottages provide self catering holiday accommodation near Stanbury Mouth.
There are no facilities at the beach and parking is extremely limited. The nearest car park is around a half a mile from the beach. Access to the beach is difficult; a steep climb which is unsuitable for many.