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Inns in Bude

Bullers Arms Hotel
The Bullers Arms Hotel
Marhamchurch

Bude
Cornwall

EX23 0HB | View map
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The Bullers Arms Hotel is a delightful traditional country inn with the facilities and hospitality of a hotel. It offers ensuite accommodation in beautiful surroundings combined with excellent food and a warm friendly atmosphere.

Located in the centre of the small and picturesque village of Marhamchurch, which is also the home of the beautiful St Marwenne's Church. The village is surrounded by open countryside and the Bullers Arms Hotel is just 2 miles from unspoilt beaches, the town of Bude and is an ideal location from which to explore the stunning Atlantic Coast and countryside of North Cornwall and West Devon. Bude may be accessed by foot or bicycle, via a beautiful tranquil walk (or ride) from us along the old canal passing through open farmland and a nature reserve.

Bullers Arms Hotel has a reputation for excellent, truly home made food, 'well kept' real ales and an extensive wine cellar. Substantial bar meals available at lunchtimes and evenings, or for the finer dining experience in more intimate surroundings, try Bullers Restaurant.


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