Bedruthan Hotel and Spa

In a hillside location with ‘stunning sea views’, this supremely family-friendly hotel has something for everyone – indeed, everything for everyone. More

Contact details

Mawgan Porth
01637 860860

Hotel information


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


all year except 3 weeks Jan.


lift, bar, restaurant, cafe, relaxation lounge, shop and art gallery, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), indoor and outdoor play areas, spa (indoor swimming pool), civil wedding licence, 5-acre grounds (3 heated swimming pools, tennis, playing field), several public areas wheelchair accessible.

Background music

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


all ages welcomed.


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

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.


per room B&B single from £95, double from £160, D,B&B from £206. Set dinner £28–£38.

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Good Hotel Guide Review

In a hillside location with ‘stunning sea views’, this supremely family-friendly hotel has something for everyone – indeed, everything for everyone. There is a lot going on here, with a theatre, pottery studio, gallery, art and design fairs – and the beach below for surf lessons. The ambience is happy and relaxed. ‘The staff really make your stay’ with their ‘lovely attitude’. ‘We were all made welcome.’ ‘A well-oiled operation.’ The decor is Scandi-inspired, with acres of sofas, floor-to-ceiling windows, an open fire. Two hours of free childcare daily (lunch provided in the 11.30–1.30 session) leaves parents free to take advantage of the spa and sensory garden, or to enjoy cocktails in the bar or on the terrace. Rooms are supplied with fresh milk and mains-powered cool box. The more expensive have a sea view. The Wild Café serves cream teas, burgers, wood-fired pizzas. In the more sophisticated Herring, daily-changing menus include such dishes as red gurnard, salsify, spring onions, warm potted crab. The adults-only Scarlet (see next entry) is a sister hotel in every sense, owned by the same three sisters.

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Special offers

Complimentary Spa Garden Special Offer

Stay for two or more nights on a dinner, bed and breakfast break before the 30th June 2019 and receive a complimentary Sensory Spa Garen Experience per person. Enjoy a thermal adventure in our outdoor spa garden that will leave you feeling invigorated and recharged. To benefit from this offer please mention the Good Hotel Guide when booking.


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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Tourist attractions

  • Fifteen

    The Cornish outpost of Jamie Oliver's apprentice-run restaurant.

  • Newquay Zoo

    Set in lush, sub tropical, lakeside gardens, the zoo is home to over 130 different species.

  • The Eden Project

    The world's largest greenhouse (biodome), with plants collected from around the world.

  • St Ives

    A seaside town renowned for being home to a large number of artist and a branch of the Tate Gallery.

Last updated: October 8, 2018. Information from the 2019 Good Hotel Guide