Before the festive rush, even Father Christmas himself could do with a night to relax.

(At least, that’s what he told us when he checked in…)

SOLD OUT FOR 2020

This new family break has been very warmly received after a successful launch. If you weren’t able to make it in 2020, or you would like to return next year, please complete the 2021 sign up form, and you’ll be one of the first to hear when sessions and prices are released.

The jolly man himself invites young and old for a chilled-out night of festive fun. This year, he’s decided to keep things more low-key (and who can blame him?).

Being Father Christmas must be exhausting — perhaps that’s why we’ve spotted him at Bedruthan. Come meet the man of the moment during a one-night stay at our cosy, coastal hotel. We’ve not forgotten to deck out our coastal hotel in honour of our special guest. The fire’s lit, the tree’s up and cinnamon’s in the air.

Includes:

  • One-night festive stay in a sea-view Bedruthan room on the 22nd or 23rd December only
  • Fifteen minute private family meeting with Father Christmas in the afternoon or evening of the 23rd December
  • A special gift for each child from the man himself
  • Breakfast in the morning
  • Bookable sessions to use Bedruthan spa (adults-only) and our swimming pools (available to all)
  • (A note just for parents: we have a direct line to Father Christmas. If there’s anything you’d like him to mention, we can give him a nudge.)

P.S. This one’s limited to the above dates only — the red-suited man’s got to get back to work at some point…

Terms and Conditions

In light of the current Covid-19 outbreak, some elements of A Night Before Christmas may need to change if government guidelines alter. As even Father Christmas needs to abide by current ‘Rule of Six’ guidance, we can only allow families up to five in size to meet with the bearded man at once. We’ve made a long-distance phone call to the North Pole and checked: Father Christmas is still happy to pose for family photographs, but he’s asked that we remind you to keep a social distance.

For full details on Covid-19 and Bedruthan, please read Our Plan To Keep You Safe.