A break with a baby or toddler at Bedruthan is a real holiday. We have been looking after young families for more than 60 years and we know that if our team are relaxed about your baby and looking after you, you will be too.
Bedruthan is the perfect destination for a trip away with very young children or babies. We can provide you with baby backpacks, all-terrain pushchairs, sterilisers, cots and night-time baby listening services.Find out more
We go all out in school holidays with a daily programme of free activities, free evening entertainment, kids clubs and two hours free childcare* for every day you stay with us.
Our free entertainment programme can range from circus skills classes, visits from our local zoo, family sports days and free surfing tuition. Like Cornwall, it changes with the seasons; when is your perfect family holiday going to be?Discover
We offer daily free childcare (subject to availability) for each day you stay with us, evening clubs in school holidays (think beach parties and bonfires), free in-room listening services and babysitters for you to book.
Around the hotel there are games rooms, our Jungle Tumble ball pool, a tennis court, football pitch and outside play areas for all ages. The best thing is, you’d never know; tucked away into quiet spaces they don’t detract from the grown up, design-led feel of the hotel.Learn more
There are some hotels that are more like havens for new parents... The Bedruthan Hotel andKate Whiting, Evening Standard
Spa in Mawgan Porth, Cornwall, is one such place.
The Bedruthan would be lovely almost anywhere - but this is Mawgan Porth, so you have the beach on your doorstep and some of the most bewitching sunsets in England. It's almost perfect.Sunday Times, Ultimate 100 British Hotels
Have you ever been somewhere that makes you feel like you’ve stumbled across a really well-kept secret? Bedruthan Hotel and Spa in Cornwall’s Mawgan Porth is that place for me.Molly, Mother's Always Right
As soon as we arrived at Beduthan it was clear that it was going to be impossible not to relax. The views of the sea waves crashing together from most of the many windows inside the hotel make you feel instantly calm, but it's also the way the staff working at the hotel make you feel; they go out of their way to let you know that nothing is ever too much trouble.Alex Gladwell, Bump to Baby