Brilliant beaches on its doorstep make Bedruthan a hit with families who are made to feel really welcome here. And when tired of beach play, there are private classes offered in the hotel’s craft space, and its Wild Coast Forest School. Relaxed, hands-on fun is the order of day here, an opportunity for families to exploring nature and even learn new skills like fire lighting and carving tools from natural materials.
The Bedruthan Spa is a relaxed affair – a sauna, steam room, Roman-style and an expansive hydro pool with ocean views. And The hotel’s sea-view craft space offers studio sessions with classes led by local Cornish makers and artisans suitable for beginners and seasoned creatives alike. An impressive variety of workshops are hosted here, from pottery and painting to terrarium making and modern tapestry. Guests can even create beautiful wall hangings in the studio’s especially handmade looms. A particularly welcoming and inclusive offering for solo-travellers looking to learn a new skill and socialise.
As the sister hotel to the stunning Scarlet – it’s little surprise that Bedruthan boasts some serious eco credentials. With sustainability and the local environment at its heart, Bedruthan interiors reate an ambience of light and space. Making the most of its cliff-top position, the hotel has a variety of unique rooms, with views over the golden sands of Mawgan Porth and the Cornish landscape. The hotel also offers a villa option, with its own patio terrace, a perfect space for seaside tranquillity. Most rooms have freestanding baths, all have large power showers, fluffy bathrobes, towels, and Tri-Dosha products.
Bedruthan offers two dining options – The Wild Café located on the clifftop with enviable views of the landscape below and a variety of dishes from summer squash curries, thickly-crusted pies and bright seasonal salads. The Herring offers up a small, top-quality menu of locally sourced, seasonal dishes.