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The Grosvenor
Bude
Cornwall

EX23 8HH | View map
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The Grosvenor is a 3 Star Guest House, located in Bude, an often undiscovered gem on the stunning North Cornwall Coast. Spacious and welcoming with the feel of a small hotel, The Grosvenor has been awarded 3 stars by Quality in Tourism part of VisitEngland. Two minutes walk from the town centre, Bude Golf Club and from the best surfing beaches in North Cornwall and an ideal spot for short breaks, business trips, or longer holidays at any time of year. We cater for singles, couples of all ages and famlies. With stunning views across the surrounding countryside including the river, canal and lock, castle and Compass Point. There are many places of interest nearby such as Tintagel, Boscastle, Clovelly, Port Issac and Padstow. Bude itself has a host of local activities such as Surfing (lessons can be arranged locally) , Horse Riding, Tennis, Coastal walks (we are situated close by the South West Coastal Path), Golf and Fishing. Each comfortably furnished includes a hospitality tray with tea and coffee making facilities, digital freeview tv and complimentary toiletries. Hairdryers and ironing facilities are available from Reception. Front rooms have amazing views across the canal, river and countryside.

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