You can find answers to our most frequently asked questions below, but please don’t hesitate to
Our coastal hotel’s still the place you know, but a few things are currently a little different. Please read our Covid-19 update for the latest details on how we’re keeping each other safe at Bedruthan in this new situation.
Like the rest of the UK, Cornish weather can be very temperamental, although generally the weather is milder in Cornwall than the rest of the UK. The hottest months are around July and August with average temperatures of 16°C and 13 hours of sunshine a day.
The sea temperature is at its warmest in the middle of August reaching between 13°C and 18°C.
For an up to date forecast for your stay with us, take a look at the following forecasts:
Yes, we want to create a feeling of a home-from-home for our guests, so we like to welcome guests with their four-legged friends. We have five bedrooms which allow pets and the shared spaces that are pet-friendly are the Tranquillity Lounge, the Wild Café, the front lawn of the Herring and the reception area. We charge £15 per night per pet to cover the cleaning costs (each room is steam cleaned afterwards). You can find out more about our dog-friendly holidays here.
To those that can be uncomfortable around dogs, please note that we limit the number of dogs in the hotel to six at only one time, and we often don’t have any within the hotel.
Yes, we do tailored gift vouchers that are available to purchase for any amount you please. We can also include a special message in it for you too and can send it direct to you, or the recipient.
You can purchase one here.
The beach and coast path is a short 10-15 minute walk away – just follow the paths past the Scarlet hotel. Please note that it is a narrow and uneven path in places and there are steps so it isn’t suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs. But it would be possible to access it via the road.
Our sister hotel, the Scarlet, is a luxury eco hotel just for grown-ups. It’s a short five minute walk from Bedruthan, just down the hill on Tredragon Road.
Bedruthan guests are welcome to use the Scarlet Spa by booking one of their day packages, please call the spa reservations team on 01637 861 861 for availability and pricing.
Currently, the Scarlet Restaurant is only welcoming non-residents for lunch and afternoon tea (we’re running at a reduced capacity due to Covid-19). To book a table, please contact the Scarlet reception team on 01637 861 800.
Bedruthan Hotel is situated on a steep cliff face – while this gives spectacular views, it does mean that the hotel rooms and facilities are on a number of different levels and quite far apart. The hotel was also built in the 1960s and although it does have a lift, it only accesses a certain number of rooms and floors, and most are only accessible via staircases. The spa, pool and villas are only accessible by stairs.
Our team strives to overcome our sloping site and if you have mobility issues we’d love to discuss your individual requirements to see if Bedruthan is suitable for you. Please call our reservations team on 01637 860 860 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Although we have specially adapted rooms available for guests, and aim to make our facilities as accessible as possible, we want to ensure that we are a suitable destination for you first.
The car park at the front of the hotel is the best spot for network coverage. In other places, you might not be able to get reception – conjuring up phone signal in the Cornish countryside isn’t always easy. Depending on you’re network and contract Wi-Fi calling may be possible. However, feel free to give out our direct number (01637 861 200) and we can forward calls to rooms.
Please note that check-in and check-out times have altered. Check-in is now a little later at 4pm; check-out is a little earlier at 10am. Within this new situation, we’re giving our team longer to prepare bedrooms. You can read more about our safekeeping practices in our Covid-19 update.
The majority of our non-sea view rooms overlook the hotel car park and the fields beyond. Non-sea view single rooms have a view of Mawgan Porth village and valley.
All of our main hotel rooms were refurbished between 2017-2019 with a few brand new refurbished rooms.
Currently, Bedruthan Spa is operating a little differently from its usual routine. For the full details, please refer to our Covid-19 update.
Please refer to our Covid-19 update for the full information on the spa’s current opening hours and availability.
Our spa is for over 18s, but our pool is open to children under the age of 16 and they will need to be accompanied by an adult. During the school holiday we do run children’s spa sessions for hotel guests to enjoy the spa together. Children’s clubs are also available in the morning and afternoon to hotel guests if you were prefer to enjoy the spa on your own.
We provide all guests with a robe, towel, shampoo and conditioner within the spa.
Yes, however we will need 48 hours notice to cancel your appointment or we may have to charge 75% of the total treatment cost. Regrettably late arrival will shorten your treatment time.
Yes, they are allowed in both our Wild Café and The Herring restaurants.
However, a quick note on children at The Herring: children aged 8 or over are welcome anytime. We ask that families with children aged 7 and under book our earlier tables at 6:00pm, 6:15pm and 6:30pm.
The Wild Café serves simple, relaxed food such as buffet breakfasts, Cornish mussels, slow roasted beef rib, homemade breads and a colourful array of salads. The Herring offers more of a fine dining experience of three courses with dishes such as monkfish ceviche, roast duck breast and dark chocolate tart.
To help with social distancing in our restaurants, we’re currently asking all guests to make reservations for tables in our restaurants. Because we’ve had to decrease the capacity in our restaurants, we’ve extended the time we’re serving each meal. Please note that our restaurants are currently only open to hotel guests. For the full details, including links to book into the Wild Café and the Herring, please see our Covid-19 update.