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There are lots of activities, places of interest, things to do and see in the area. Here are just a few suggestions:

Trewhel-ju is very close to some lovely walking ~ whether you want the coastal path with its stunning scenery, or the canal towpath with its level access. There are many footpaths to explore, too. Why not take a leisurely stroll along the canal to the Weir Cafe & Bistro for a cream tea? (www.weir-restaurant-bude.co.uk) There’s also an interesting wildlife centre to look at.

Or hire a bike from Bude Bike Hire, just across the valley from Trewhel-ju – the River Life Cafe is right next door to Bude Bike hire, ideal for a snack before or after your ride (www.budebikehire.co.uk).

If you are interested in wildlife and nature, have a look at Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s website (www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk) for events and guided walks etc.

Lots of beaches to visit – try out the iconic Bude sea pool at Summerleaze beach (www.budeseapool.net), or try some surfing activities locally (www.atlanticpursuits.co.uk) - and of course the lovely harbour village at Boscastle is just a short drive from here.

You might like to explore the ancient town of Launceston with its Norman castle, about half an hour’s drive away. While you are there, don’t miss a trip to Cowslip Workshop’s cafe (www.cowslipworkshops.co.uk) and, if you are a patchwork/needlecraft fan, visit the shop and exhibition, or book a workshop for some expert tuition.

Further afield (about an hour’s drive) is the world-famous Eden Project – a must to see while you are in Cornwall (www.edenproject.com).

You might want to go to Port Isaac for the Doc Martin connection – it’s an extremely picturesque spot; Padstow and Rock are also not far away.

A real must is a trip to Cornwall’s Minack theatre on the cliffs at Porthcurno, whether to see a performance or just visit, it’s well worth the trip of approx 2 hours’ drive (www.minacktheatre.com). The beach at Porthcurno is lovely; dolphins and basking sharks are sometimes seen in the area.

Visit the Bude Tourist Information Centre website (www.visitbude.com) for many more ideas and for various Festivals and Events throughout the year - Bude has a lot going on!