Bedruthan Hotel and Spa

A short stroll from the beach, this ‘top-of-the-class’, ‘exceptionally family-friendly’ hotel is ‘in a great cliff-top location’ overlooking the sea. More

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Bedruthan Hotel and Spa
Mawgan Porth
01637 860860

Hotel information


101. 1 suitable for disabled, apartment suites in separate block.


all year except 3 weeks Jan.


lift, 2 lounges, bar, restaurant, café, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), poolside snack bar, indoor and outdoor play areas, spa (indoor swimming pool), art gallery, civil wedding licence, 5-acre grounds (heated swimming pools, tennis, playing field).

Background music

‘laid-back’ in restaurant, café and bar.


all ages welcomed.


allowed in some bedrooms, some public areas.

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.


[2017] per room B&B from £156, D,B&B from £202. Set dinner £24.50–£32.50.

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Good Hotel Guide Review

A short stroll from the beach, this ‘top-of-the-class’, ‘exceptionally family-friendly’ hotel is ‘in a great cliff-top location’ overlooking the sea. Among the numerous activities for young guests, there are children’s clubs, games rooms, outdoor play areas, holiday programmes and a choice of swimming pools. Accompanying grown-ups might sign up their offspring for two hours of complimentary childcare, then avail themselves of the ‘fantastic’ spa and fitness facilities – a sensory spa garden takes visitors from cedar wood sauna to seaweed-and-salt scrub – or one of the ‘many restful spaces in which to relax’. (‘Avoid the school holidays if you’re after a really quiet break.’) Bedrooms have a sunny Scandinavian air; picture windows in sea-view rooms give on to the breathtaking coast. Families may choose to eat at the casual Wild Café, with its small plates, soups and pizzas; its grown-up cousin, the Herring, is for sunset suppers over deep-fried Porthilly oysters with dill mayonnaise, red wine shallots, or Tregothanan Estate venison, potato dauphinoise, cauliflower puree, spiced date sauce. Adults-only The Scarlet, for ‘a more sophisticated stay’, is nearby (see next entry).


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Bedruthan Hotel and Spa
Mawgan Porth

Guest comments

'Quite an experience over the Easter weekend, not for the faint-hearted. The hotel was packed to the gills, and most of the time it was managed brilliantly. Food pretty good and good value. Service creaky at times. My single room was small, crisp and clean. family room a bit basic. ' - Susan Willmington - April, 2018
'Beautiful location, lovely room with stunning sea view. Exceptionally friendly and obliging staff. Would have loved to have stayed longer, combining our stay with spa treatments was so relaxing. ' - JB - April, 2016
'Everything about this hotel was relaxing and comfortable. My two adult children and my dog were all made welcome by the friendly reception staff. The dog had a little parcel of biscuit bones tied up with a bow, as well as a bed, bowls and towels. My daughter and I usually avoid public rooms, but were happy to be in those here. The cocktails were amazing as was the food. My son had never been to a spa before and was very sceptical about the whole thing. When I was checking out we were still waiting for him to come out of it! He My daughter and I had a few treatments which was relaxing. We were only there for two days, but felt as if we had had a two-week holiday! ' - Sharon Stell - November, 2014

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