Rosehip Cottage, a luxury holiday cottage, sleeps 6 – 8 and offers a supremely comfortable base for your holiday adventures in and around North Cornwall and Devon.

One of the original mariner’s cottages on Breakwater Road, Rosehip Cottage sits on the famous Bude canal and offers spectacular views over Summerleaze Beach and Bude Castle Mount.  Our picturesque Cottage is a few yards from the lock gates which give direct access to the ever-popular Summerleaze Beach and Bude Sea Pool.

We Are Now Open for Bookings

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OPEN for bookings throughout 2022 and all the way up to Xmas and New Year 2022/3. 

We are happy to take enquiries for 2023.


To ask about cancelleaitons and late availability or to ask about dates further ahead please call us on 07495 677019 or email us at mcconvillebude@aol.com

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COVID Guarantee

If you make a booking and we cannot honour it because of Government restrictions on our ability to offer accommodation then we will return your fees or, if you prefer, put them towards a reservation at a later date (subject to availability).

This guarantee does not apply if we are able to honour the booking but you wish to cancel because one of your party falls ill (or is suspected of falling ill) with COVID or any other disease or is required to self-isolate. Your travel insurance should cover this instead. If we can re-let (at the full rate or at a discount) then at our discretion we will return some or all of the fees you have paid.

Like many holiday home businesses we have had extensive periods of closure and disruption in 2020 and 2021. Where bookings have been affected by Government restrictions on hospitality businesses we have been able to honour bookings or else offer full refunds or deferral to a later date according to guests’ preference. If there are further Covid-related closures or lockdowns in the future then we will apply the same policy.

When you visit we would encourage you to spend locally at the many smaller businesses that have suffered particularly badly during lockdown