Bedruthan Hotel and Spa

Mawgan Porth, Cornwall

Generations of families and friends cherish childhood memories of holidays at this friendly hotel. More

Good Hotel Guide Review

Generations of families and friends cherish childhood memories of holidays at this friendly hotel. Set into the cliff-top above the sandy beach, it has been owned by the same family since 1959. The interiors have been updated over the decades (out with purple carpet and orange bedspreads, in with Scandi-style), but the walls are still hung with work by Cornish artists, and floor-to-ceiling windows frame the same Atlantic views. The atmosphere is lively and inclusive, with activities for children and their parents from dawn until dark. There is an indoor and natural outdoor pool, an Ayurvedic-inspired spa, a sauna and steam room. Bedrooms come in various configurations, some with a balcony or terrace. In the evening you can dine in The Herring restaurant (‘food is generally pretty good, and value for money.’) or in the Wild Café for simpler meals and daily changing specials. The hotel is sister to adults-only hotel, The Scarlet, nearby (next entry). (SW)

Hotel details

Address

Trenance
Mawgan Porth
Cornwall
TR8 4BU
England

Telephone

01637 860860

Bedrooms

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

Open

all year.

Facilities

lift, bar, restaurant, café, lounge, in-room TV (Freeview), spa (indoor pool), civil wedding licence, 5-acre grounds (3 heated pools, tennis), several areas wheelchair accessible.

Background music

in restaurant, café and bar.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

allowed in some bedrooms (£12 per dog), some public areas.

Credit cards

MC, Visa.

Prices

per room B&B single from £95, double £165–£335, D,B&B £217–£387. Set dinner £38 (Herring), à la carte £26 (Wild Café).

Other reviews

Comments about Bedruthan Hotel and Spa

Fantastic hotel. Amazing sea views. Great service. Choice of restaurants. Relaxed atmosphere. Fabulous spa area. Perfect for couples or families with young children - Elaine Kimber - October 2018
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

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Last updated: October, 2019. Information from the 2020 Good Hotel Guide