Sea Ayr in Bude

Welcome to Sea Ayr. This ground floor apartment offers cosy and bright and airy accommodation, less than 1 mile from Bude, and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.


All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with electric fire. Shared, external laundry room. Electric central heating with electric fire. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, coin-operated washers/dryers in shared laundry room, Smart TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair. Off road parking for 1 car. Patio with furniture. Shared lawned area including communal brick barbecue. Two well-behaved small to medium size pets welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop, pub and beach 0.6 miles. Note: Small to medium size dogs only.


Sea Ayr is a cosy and bright ground floor apartment, less than 1 from Bude, and can sleep four people. There is a double bedroom, a twin bedroom, a shower room, a kitchen with dining area, a sitting room with electric fire and a shared external laundry room. Outside there is off road parking for one car, a patio with furniture and a shared lawned area. Bude's coastline has it all, a variety of watersports, fishing, golf, cycling, rock climbing and much more, including the stunning walks along the famous South West Coast Path. For something different, why not hire a rowing boat or pedalo and enjoy an hour on the Bude canal? Sea Ayr is an ideal holiday base.

The seaside town of Bude offers sandy beaches, rockpools, surfing, shops, pubs, cafes, restaurants a golf course, indoor swimming pool and a bowling alley/indoor play area.

Cornwall's visitors are constantly tempted back to the beautiful coastline, tiny fishing villages, hidden coves and the world-class surfing. Whatever the reason, Cornwall has long cemented its place as one of Britain's premier holiday destinations.

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Reviews of Sea Ayr

"Great apartment, as advertised. Lovely welcome pack on arrival, cream tea, after a long drive very much appreciated. Have stayed here before and would recommend it. Location very good for walks. Everything you need in the apartment, cosy & warm after a rainy day walking. Owners let us know the apartment was ready early & were available if required. Will come bak again."

Reviewed by Rmc-3107 on 13/11/2019

"We stayed in this apartment and had a lovely holiday. However the owner has another apartment a few doors down which was offered when we went back 3 months later. We had an awful experience. DSS had taken residence upstairs. Parties, language noise beyond belief. I have an email from the owner to prove the state of affairs. We were promised a replacement week. He never honoured that promise. I then asked for the refund he said he was getting from the council. He has ignored me since. That holiday was my husbands last. He is now in a hospice dying of cancer. A fact the owner is fully aware of. Don't have anything to do with these apartments. If you have a problem you will encounter an owner who will promise you the earth to get your business back but you'll not see him honouring it."

Reviewed by Coastal64629819156 on 01/05/2019

"Bude Cornwall about a mile from the beach grate for swimming and boarding eating places and coffee and tea rooms all over Bude is beautiful and the Sea Ayr apartments was spot on a lovely place to stay with all the home touches that you don't normally get we took all our things we needed for the week but if we forgot anything it was probably in the apartment already, on the day we got a text to say the place was ready about lunch time witch is fantastic knowing you can get in and drop all your stuff off no hanging about also a fresh bottle of milk and a Cornish cream tea what a welcome, on a night the place was very quiet all I could hear was the birds a nice patio area and a large grassed garden for any children to play ( the complex allows dogs so if your not a dog person but there was no barking or any dog running around without the owner with it we did see some dog mess on the grass ) anyway the apartment we great good size rooms fully fitted kitchen with all the bits and bods I would recommend this place to stay it was lovely the walk to Bude was about 20 minuets for us the road is small but the cars on it drive slow and you can hear them coming and the views are very nice I would definitely stay here again when we come the Bude."

Reviewed by judewhittaker303 on 12/07/2018

"My family enjoyed our stay at the apartment called Sea Ayr in Bude. The scenery was lovely from the windows in the apartment and it was comfortable, well equipped and ideal for our needs. The only drawback I felt was the road down to the apartment. My husband & I walked into Bude via Maer Lane every day. But the drawback was the traffic along Maer Lane; the lane is quite narrow in parts. The hedges were overgrown along the lane and if had they been cut back at the beginning of the season, it would have helped enormously. Or a reduced speed limit on the lane would also be a deterrent. There is a Holiday Park off Maer Lane, so I would have thought the suggestions above would also benefit their customers. All in all, we had a lovely stay in Sea Ayr and hope to return in the future."

Reviewed by Louise66 on 17/06/2018

"Stayed here for a week, absolutely loved it. It was well equipped, clean and light. Very homely loved the communal garden plenty of room for the dog to make friends."

Reviewed by Cheryl G on 17/06/2018

"I recently stayed at sea ayr it was beautiful the owners were really nice kept in contact to ensure everything was ok with our stay also we got a lovely warm welcome after driving for hours we were ready for a cuppa and on arrival the owners had got some milk in there was tea coffee and a bit of sugar also scones jam and cream we was ready for it also fresh flowers were put on table it was a lovely gesture would certainly recommend it to people."

Reviewed by A TripAdvisor Member on 19/02/2018

"Stayed in this apartment for one week at the end of August, owners were helpful and friendly and the apartment contain more than we expected. Everything was there to make the holiday more relaxing and enjoyable, would recommend a stay here."

Reviewed by Shaun T on 09/09/2017

"We have recently returned from a very relaxing stay at this lovely apartment. We had a 10 month old and the set up in the bedroom was perfect for babys nighttime feed and snuggles. A few nice items up out the way for safe keeping and the whole apartment was child friendly, this was the week he established walking so being able to safely explore was important. The lawn was well used and is a great space. We had some wet days and some scorchers. We found plenty to do no matter the weather. We enjoyed the museum,soft playzone,beaches,local Swimming pool with wave machine and ran out of time to go bowling. Boscastle,tintagle,crackington haven & widemouthbay are all a short senic drive away. The apartments location is a beautiful 20 walk (that only feels like 10 even when pushing a pram) from crooklets beach. We found some great places to eat. Tommy jacks was a favorite of ours, the barman had only been there a few weeks and he was fantastic. The lifes a beach restaurant has amazing seafood. The owners have thought of everything to help you enjoy your stay even down to beach towels and a bucket and spade. If you're looking for a convenient location in a clean practical more than well equipt apartment, which has a lovely cosy feel to relax in the evenings. This is it."

Reviewed by joannejarvis06 on 13/06/2017

"The owners were very helpfull, their direction made it prity easy to find. There compimentary cream scones were very welcoming. The flat was very clean and every thing was in very good order, the beds were very comfotable. the owners even provided some games and toy for children along with some books and dvd's. The wi-fi speed was good and their is a shared laundry should you need it. The town is only a 10 to 15 minute walk depending on your speed (not very fast) with one of the supermarkets being the first thing you come to which was very handy, with two others on the far side of town. We only had a week would have liked to have been able to spend longer their in order to explore more of the area and its history. Would definately like to return when possible."

Reviewed by geoff1n on 05/11/2016

"Stayed here 1st week in October every thing about the apartment met our expectations & more. It's modern clean spacious & very well equipped with everything you need & more. Good broadband speed dvds books information leaflets on tbe area. Very comfortable bed . Nice quiet location down a lane about 15 mins walk to bude. Took our 2 dog's & found bude & surrounding areas to be very dog friendly including beaches pubs & restaurants. The cream tea was a very welcome surprise after a long drive. Will definitely return to sea ayr. "

Reviewed by Anne C on 22/10/2016

"We loved staying here, to start with the owner had left us a cream tea, so that was a lovely start :-) It's down a very quiet lane, it's best approached from Bude Town centre - I'd recommend not letting your satnav take you via the back route from the A39 - it's very narrow in places and has one steep part. The lane that it's situated on is fine though. It's a short walk to Northcott Mouth beach via the lanes , from there you're one the coast path, I did the loop into Bude, and then back up to Sea-Ayr. The apartment must have been rennovated very lately - it's all up to a good modern standard. The broadband even seemed a good speed. Bude itself is lovely - plenty of non-chain shops, although the Sainsburys is very handy Sea-Ayr is on our list to revisit."

Reviewed by Chris R on 26/06/2016

"It was independent of the town but close enough to stroll to all the amenities, and in the other direction there was a beach of crashing thunderous waves. The area had many interesting places to visit and stunning scenery. Being self catering gave us the opportunity to adapt our plans to our schedule, not others' mealtimes. The whole time was, for us, relaxing and pleasurable."

Reviewed by Mr Lamey on 19/06/2016

"The apartment was well eqipped and close to town (20 mins walk) and beaches (10 mins), everything as described on the website. It proved to be a brilliant base for the Hartland Penninsula, and, if we had had another 2 weeks, to the middle area of Cornwall too! We visited Lundy, Docton Mill, Hartland Abbey, galleries in Bideford and Hartland, Hartland Point and Quay, had an art fusion classs in Bude (twice), RELAXED. It proved not to be a holiday where you wanted to get back home, more one you wanted to get home because you had achieved "laid back". Incredibly friendly people, they weren't selling you something, they shared what they had. Someone said, "you don't visit Bude once", i can inderstand why."

Reviewed by LameyBoy on 19/06/2016