Marhamchurch is a quaint, pretty Cornish village of thatched and cob cottages lying one and a half miles inland from Bude in the north-east corner of Cornwall, close to the Devon Border.
The village takes its name from St Marwenna, a Celtic saint who founded a hermitage in the fifth century, celebrated every year with Cornish dancing.
Today the village is thriving, with a village shop, a well known and popular local inn, places of worship and schools.
The village is one and a half miles from the coastal town of Bude, famous for its pastel painted beach huts and wide and sandy beaches and is popular for surfing, canoeing, walking and other outdoor activities along the wild Atlantic coastline (and the highest cliffs in Cornwall) as well as it’s shops, restaurants, pubs and cafés.
The beautiful wide unspoilt beaches of Summerleaze, Widemouth and Crooklets extend south to Widemouth Bay and north to the National Trusts’s Sandymouth.
Marhamchurch has easy access to the South West Coastal Path, England’s longest long-distance footpath and also to the A39 (north) to Bideford and Barnstaple and south to Newquay and its international airport.
- New Homes Development
- Completion date August 2020
- Short Drive to Widemouth Beach
- Short Drive to Summerleaze Beach
- Easy Access to A39
- Six Plots On Site