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Things to note before you set off

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As you may know, hospitality nationwide is experiencing a shortage, so we have all had to look at how we do things differently. We are working hard, rebuilding the team as quickly as we can, but to ensure your stay is as relaxing as possible, please be mindful that not all things will return as before.

It’s important that you take the time to read through the below before you set off for Mawgan Porth. If you have any questions, our team are here for you on [email protected].

Arriving safe and sound

Check in online before arrival; Rooms available from 4pm; Check out by 10am

We request that all guests use our new online check-in. Our team are still here to help, but once you've checked in, feel free to arrive at Bedruthan any time on your arrival day to begin exploring our coastal hideaway. And once your room is ready from 4pm, simply collect your key from reception and head to your room.

Please keep your luggage in your car until after you’ve collected your room key. Then, take the cases up to your room. Luggage trolleys are on-hand for your use.

We'd also recommend familiarising yourself with our hotel by downloading our handy pocket guide before setting off for Mawgan Porth.


Between guests, our housekeeping team are giving rooms a thorough clean. The windows are opened to let the Atlantic air blow through too.

As we’re currently working with a reduced team, our housekeeping service will be reduced to a daily rubbish collection only. Of course, we will ensure that you have everything you need in your room upon arrival, and you can always ask reception for more when required. Fresh milk will be provided in your in-room fridge and cold water refill stations are available throughout the hotel.

If you are staying with us for longer than three nights, we will provide a full linen and towel change every four days only. We will only enter your room when we’re sure that you’re out, so please use the door hangars provided. We’ll leave a note on the door while we’re in your room. For everyone’s protection, we also aren’t touching any personal belongings: please store them away if you’d like your room cleaned.

Dining at Bedruthan


Each morning, a daily changing, artisan bakery breakfast will be available for you to enjoy in the Wild Cafe or delivered to your room.

For room deliveries, please call 2016 to request your artisan breakfast at a time that suits you, or simply head downstairs between 7am and 11am to dine in our sea-view restaurant.

As an example, each basket includes a selection of fruit, sweet pastries and a savoury option, granola and cereal as well as fruit juice, coffee and tea.

Evening dining

The Herring and Wild Café currently have very limited availability for dinner - if your stay is inclusive of breakfast only, we cannot guarantee you an evening table.

We will of course try to accommodate you where possible, so please speak to our reservations team before arrival to discuss upgrading to include dinner in your stay or check availability upon arrival with our restaurant team.

Our restaurants remain closed to non-residents for dinner for the foreseeable.

Daytime dining

Lunch in the Wild Café and Afternoon tea in The Herring is currently available to book online (please give 24 hours’ notice for Afternoon Tea bookings).

A simple sandwich menu is also available from the bar between 12 - 2pm daily – order at the bar and enjoy in the lounge or out on the terrace.

Room service

We are not currently able to offer room service; however if you would like to dine in your room, you’re welcome to order from the Wild Cafe and take this back to your room along with drinks from the bar.

Lil' Pizza Heaven

Our friends at Lil’ Pizza Heaven will be serving delicious wood-fired pizza on selected days -

October: Thursday 21st, Sunday 24th, Tuesday 26th, Thursday 28th

Please note: Pizza will be served from the tennis courts from 5pm on the above dates (subject to changes). Various pizzas cooked fresh to order - cash and card payments accepted.

Recommendations to eat locally

Cornwall is a foodie hotspot, and we encourage you to experience this first hand. Here are our dinner plan recommendations, from fine dining to simple sea air and crispy chips on the beach…

Enjoying Bedruthan's Spa

Time in our hydro spa, swimming pools and wellness classes is available to all guests during your stay, as well as access to our new spa treatment menu. Please be aware that these facilities may be subject to last-minute closures or changes in operational hours depending on team availability.

If you’re seeking some truly quiet time, book yourself in for an Ayurvedic-inspired spa treatment ahead of your arrival. Treatments that make you feel like you again. Our treatment philosophy is to get deeper, being inspired by the Indian holistic health system of Ayurveda to shape treatments uniquely to you.

Swimming pools & thermal spa

To ensure that everyone has a chance to unwind in our pool and thermal spa, we will be limiting the number of guests in the spa an pool areas at any one time. Spaces will be allocated on a first-come basis.

Please note our outdoor pools will be closed from 1st November 2021 for the winter months.

Wellbeing classes

Our complimentary programme of daily wellbeing sessions includes movement classes, guided yoga and soundbath healing in our sea-view wellbeing studio. Spaces will be allocated on a first-come basis.

Family Activities

Craft Workshops

In place of our usual children’s clubs, we’re offering more unique experiences for the whole family, starting with an exciting programme of workshops, classes and artist sessions. For families, these events help make a holiday into a real adventure, getting everyone involved. For adults, we invite you to embrace your creative side and learn something new.

Please be aware that these are subject to last-minute closures or changes in operational hours depending on team availability.

Our plan to keep you safe

At least for now, we need to continue following guidance that minimises any risk. Your time at Bedruthan will be as normal as we can possibly make it; however, our highest priority is the safety and well-being of both our guests, teams and local community.

  • We will be continuing to keep certain measures in place to do our part to help control the spread of the virus for the foreseeable future.
  • This includes maintaining social distancing and wearing face coverings around the hotel where possible, although we recognise that this is a personal choice.
  • We also encourage all guests and teams to regularly take lateral flow tests and frequently use hand sanitizer found throughout the hotel.
  • And of course, we’re deeply cleaning rooms and shared spaces regularly — opening the windows and letting the sea breeze blow through.

We’ll be entirely honest: sometimes, these new measures mean we can’t always provide the seamless service we’d like. But we think it’s much easier to relax when you are entirely confident in your personal safety. We are all responsible for keeping each other safe during these challenging times, so a few extra steps are worth it for protection and peace of mind.

It’s our duty to protect the safety of everyone here. We will not tolerate any unsafe behaviour or unfair pressuring of our team. Please remember we’re all working through this situation together and we may need to alter our services if team members become unavailable.

Please check this page again before setting off for Bedruthan. Government guidance and hotel services frequently changes.