Check in and check out
Check in is at 4pm.
Check out is at 10am.
Please feel free to arrive at Bedruthan before check in. While we may not be able to give you your room key, please begin to take in our coastal views and make the most of Scarlet Spa.
We can store bags after you’ve checked out.
Bedruthan is a dog-friendly hotel. If planning to stay with a dog, please contact our reservations team directly. Up to two dogs can come with you to Bedruthan.
Bring your dog
There are quirks to living out on the Cornish coastline. Here, phone reception can often come and go, though no one seems to mind too much.
Directions to Bedruthan
Bedruthan’s cliffside location can be easily reached by foot, car, train or plane.
We have parking at our hotel. Please tell us your registration plate during check in.
If you drive an electric vehicle, we have Tesla Connector and Type 2 charging capability.
Though Cornwall may seem far removed from the world’s worries, Covid-19 measures are still in effect here. Our local, rural health systems are fragile—thank you for helping us to protect them.
We’ll call you before your stay to answer any questions you may have about our Covid-19 measures at Bedruthan. Also keep your eyes open for an email that includes essential guidance. In the case that circumstances suddenly change, our team will reach out to you and give an update.
Try our new online check-in. Our staff are still here to help, but we’ve introduced online check-in at our clifftop hotel to minimise contact. Please keep your luggage in your car until after you’ve checked in. Luggage trolleys—and sanitiser—are on-hand for your use.
Between guests, our housekeeping team is giving rooms a thorough clean. The windows are opened to let the fresh sea breezes blow through too. If you’d prefer not to have any housekeeping during your stay, just let us know when you arrive. You can always ask at reception for fresh towels and other supplies when you need them.
Please enter Bedruthan wearing a face mask and keeping to social distancing.
As per current government guidance, face masks need to be worn around our communal areas. Masks can be removed within lounge areas when you’re socially distanced.