A safe trip to the Cornish shoreline…

…for you, for us and for our local community.

Our Scandi Modern outpost is slowly coming back to life. But as we begin to the open the doors, we’re being mindful that the sea has not yet fully settled. At least for now, we need to continue following guidance that minimises any risk.

There are a few changes at our coastal hotel. We need to keep going with social distancing. Face coverings need to be worn around the public areas of the hotel, unless you’re seated in a lounge. Hand sanitiser is found around the corridors (please use as often as you like). Tables in our restaurants are spaced widely apart. And of course, we’re deeply cleaning rooms between guests—opening the windows and letting the sea breeze blow through.

We’ll be entirely honest: sometimes, these new measures mean we can’t always the 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. A few extra steps are worth it for protection and peace of mind.

(And while some things have changed, the most important things remain the same: the glimmering waves, the soft sand, the breezy coastal days.)

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 by following the current guidance.

See you soon,

Bedruthan

Last updated: 16.4.2021

Self-Catered Accommodation Until May 17th

  • If you’re about to stay and you’ve began showing symptoms—or if you’ve been asked to self-isolate—please call us. The best thing for you to do is stay home. We’ll simply rebook your stay for another time. If you need reminding of Covid-19 symptoms, the NHS keeps an updated list.
  • As your trip away draws nearer, please keep an eye on your email inbox and look out for telephone calls with a Mawgan Porth dialing code (01637). We’ll call you before your stay to answer any questions you may have about Covid-19 and Bedruthan. In the case that circumstances suddenly change, our team will reach out to you and give an update.
  • Please consider using our new online check-in. We’d love to see you, but maybe it’s better to keep distance for the time being.
  • Between guests, our housekeeping team are giving rooms a thorough clean. The windows are opened to let the Atlantic air blow through too.
  • Self-catered rooms are not serviced during your stay. We know people are currently wanting their own space to be left undisturbed. We can change towels upon request.

Gift Voucher Extension Policy

  • If you have received a gift voucher and are worried about its expiration date, please don’t be concerned. We are extending gift vouchers to account for this period of closure.

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  • 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.
  • If the government delays the ease of lockdown and we cannot open on May 17th, we will phone any impacted guests. Your stay will be moved to a later date.

Changes at Bedruthan

Details may change as re-opening approaches and we receive new government guidance.

Before setting off

We’re here to reassure you. We’ll call you before your stay to answer any questions you may have about our Covid-19 measures at our coastal outpost. We’ll also send you a pre-arrival email that includes essential guidance. In the case that circumstances suddenly change, our team will reach out to you and give an update.

If you’re about to head off to Bedruthan and you’ve began showing symptoms—or if you’ve been asked to self-isolate—please call us. We’ll simply rebook your stay for another time. If you need reminding of Covid-19 symptoms, the NHS keeps an updated list.

Arriving safe and sound

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

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. (It’s nothing personal, we’re just trying to reduce everyone’s risk.) Then, check-in again: we’ve placed check-in NHS QR codes around Bedruthan. Please consider downloading the contact tracing app.

Hands, face, space. Wear a face mask, keep to social distancing and use hand sanitiser when stepping into Bedruthan.

Your room

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

To keep distance between everyone, we’re only cleaning rooms when we’re sure that you’re out. 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.

Around Bedruthan

Those new basics of looking after each other hold true at Bedruthan. As per government guidelines, a face mask needs to be worn around the hotel’s communal areas and corridors. In our lounges, you can remove your mask after you’ve found somewhere socially-distanced to sit.

Please keep two metres social distance from other groups as you move around the hotel. To help with distancing, a one-way system is in place that guides you around the bar and Ballroom.

The Wild Cafe, Herring and Cocktail Bar

Full detail will be announced closing to re-opening.

To keep things socially distanced, we’ve spread apart the tables to give everyone plenty of space. As we are running at reduced capacity, all tables at our restaurants now need to be reserved. Booking instructions will be emailed to you after booking.

Bedruthan Spa

Full detail will be available closer to re-opening. However, to maintain social distancing within the thermal spa, we’re anticipating running a booking slot system. While this may mean a limited amount of time in Bedruthan Spa, we’ll try and run this in the fairest way, so as many people get time in the spa as possible.

We’re planning to offer a select treatment menu. A face mask needs to be worn during treatment.

Swimming

Full detail will be announced closing to re-opening. However, to maintain social distancing within our swimming pools, we’re anticipating running a booking slot system. While this may mean a limited amount of time in the water, we’ll try and run this in the fairest way possible, so as many people get time in the pools as possible.