Wyvern Guest House in Bude has been welcoming guests to the resort for over 25 years, and is situated just a few hundred metres from Crooklets Beach and the rugged Cornish coastline. Perfect for couples, families, groups, walkers and surfers, we offer a choice of six well appointed ensuite rooms and our delicious cooked breakfasts are the ideal way to start your day.
Six guest rooms are all presented to a high standard with en-suite facilities. Double and twin rooms plus a spacious family room are available.
Facilities include a flat screen TV, DVD player, hair dryer, tea/ coffee making facilities, complimentary toiletries and free WiFi. Our guest rooms include:-
We serve an extensive breakfast selection with options ranging from cereals to a freshly cooked Full English breakfast. Alternatively, choose our vegetarian breakfast, ham and cheese, haddock or kippers. Special dietary requirements can be catered for by prior arrangement.
Our usual breakfast time is 8.30am to 9am although we can serve an earlier breakfast at 7am onwards by arrangement.
Breakfast can be ordered the day before for quicker service or order on the day.
Discounts are available for 3 night stays or more. Reductions are also available for children sharing a family room - please check with us when booking.
Single occupancy of a double room is welcome except during August in high season. Call us direct to check up-to-date availability and pricing.
We're perfect for surfing, walking and golfing holidays, situated only a few hundred yards from Crooklets Beach and within easy reach of Summerleaze Beaches. Bude Golf Course with its challenging 18 hole links course is only a gentle 3 minute walk away and open for play all year round.
Five of Cornwall's top surfing beaches are within a 2 mile radius of Bude and we have wash off facilities and surfboard/ equipment storage space onsite.
The spectacular South West Coast Path is just on your doorstep offering miles of stunning rugged Cornish coastline to explore.
From the guest house head south along the coast path towards Summerleaze, Compass Point (known in the area as 'The Pepper Pot' because of its shape), Widemouth Bay, Millock, Dizzard, Crackington Haven and Boscastle. This section of the coast path is one of the most beautiful sections along the trail.
To the north the coast path heads up towards Crooklets Beach, Northcott Mouth, Sandymouth, Duckpool, Stanbury Mouth, Morwenstow and Hartland, with some fabulous sandy beaches enroute and amazing views towards Lundy Island.