Northcott Mouth Beach is a west-facing beach near Bude in north Cornwall. At high tide, the beach is confined to a rocky cove. At low tide, a long, sandy beach is exposed, with rock pools to explore.
Northcott Mouth sits at the southern-most end of a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that stretches along the north coast of Cornwall to the Devon border. The South West Coast Path provides walking opportunities that link nearby beaches including Sandymouth, Duckpool and Crooklets, Bude.
Holiday cottages in Bude (approximately 2 miles from Northcott Mouth by road) provide a range of self catering holiday accommodation options. Nearby towns also offering self catering holiday cottages include Sandymouth Bay (4 miles) and Widemouth Bay (5 miles).
A small National Trust car park is situated by the beach. Lifeguards patrol the beach in peak summer months only. Northcott Mouth is a dog-friendly beach.