Arriving a week ago in the north Cornwall coastal area of Bude, we settled our first evening at the
Beach House. With our room overlooking Widemouth Bay and pasture lands in the opposite direction, we couldn't have asked for a better setting. Popular for surfing, the chilly waters require a wet suit year round. Enjoying dinner at the hotel, we were once again surprised by the choices and the quality of the meals we selected. Alan had baked whole sea bass in a coconut cream sauce with coriander and Thai spices. I indulged in Middle Eastern spiced fillet of sea bream with candied aubergine and coriander pesto. Boring English food? I think not. The next day, following a full English breakfast, we headed south along the coast.
|Walking into Port Isaac|
|Narrow street of Port Isaac|