• Great spots to have breakfast out in Bude
Give your elderly loved ones or senior friends a true taste of the town the next time you’re out with these great breakfast spots around Bude.
If the past two years have taught us anything, it’s that isolation is hard. Two years of having to hide away inside our homes has left many parts of our communities more cut off and alone than ever before, and no demographic has been hit quite as hard as the elderly. Social interaction and exercise are crucial for our mental and physical health and it is crucial to remain connected; especially to our older loved ones, whom we so often take for granted.
To help get you out and about with your elderly relatives, why not take them out for a spot of breakfast at one of these choice selections in Bude? Few things bring people together quite like a good meal, and we guarantee a slap-up one at these venues.
As the weather is hotting up, you are spolit for choice with some lovely eateries in and around Bude. As we know if can be tricky to find somewhere which caters for everyone when you have children and family with limited mobility or other sensory impairment, within your party. With all this in mind Little Pig Farmshop Kilhampton Near Bude between the village of Kilhampton and Bude ticks many of these boxes. With a great selection of food and with a play area and chickens to keep the children amused, plus parking, this ticks the boxes. Or try The Weir near Marmamchurch for the Wildlife Centre, Play Area and Mobility Scooter Hire.
For those wanting a café closer to town, The Coffee Pot is known for its home-made cakes and is near the Public Car Park. Alternatively, you can enjoy some people watching along the Bude Canal at The Olive Tree. The Farmer’s Market on Fridays also gives another reason to pop along to this busy spot.
Hankering for the beach vibe then head to Life's a Beach in Summerleaze Crescent or Rosie's Kitchen by Crooklet’s Beach with parking available for both. If you want to combine shopping with a stunning view towards the sea, then pop into Wroe's Bude to their Ocean View Coffee Shop.