Our location

Whalesborough is situated close to the North Coast of Cornwall. The seaside town and beaches of Bude are only a short and gorgeous walk along the canal (around 5km), whilst if you head in the other direction you’ll emerge at the stunning Widemouth Bay. Combine that with 450 acres of countryside and whether you love wildlife, or wild walks with the kids or dogs, holiday home ownership at Whalesborough ticks box after box.

Widemouth Bay
Widemouth Bay

For when you want two beaches and not just one, Widemouth Bay is the place for you. There’s even two cafes serving great food if you’re peckish once you get there! And whilst we’re talking about getting there, the route from your holiday home couldn’t be better; take a stroll down the ‘Whalesborough trail’, which is a simply gorgeous 5k walk and worth a go. Don’t fancy it? Then it’s all just a couple of minutes away by car!

Bude town & Beaches

Bude was officially the sunniest place in the UK in 2013, making it an excellent choice for a local day out. The area has a laid-back charm that hasn’t been spoiled by development, and is traditional in a cherished way. Although you’ll find the odd high street shop, it really is the absence of these that make our town look that bit different and special, and you’ll find buildings from the 16th and 17th Centuries, whilst others have a Georgian, Edwardian, and Victorian Character.

Cornwall's Attractions

If you do want to head out for a day then the whole of Cornwall is within an hour and a half drive (and that would take you all the way down to Lands End!). Closer to home, we’re blessed with plenty of places to go, beaches to enjoy and walks to savour.

Travel Links

Despite the stunning location, Whalesborough is an incredibly easy place to find and drive to. Situated around 20 minutes from the A30 (which is the main link road into and out of Cornwall), you or your guests will be able to use main roads all the way to your holiday home. If you’re travelling internationally, the nearest airports are Newquay (30 minutes to the West) and Exeter to the East (around 50 minutes).