Bedruthan, Newquay, Cornwall
A family-focussed, cliff-top hotel between Padstow and Newquay, offering masses of activities for children, stunning sea views and a well-equipped spa with Ayurveda-inspired treatments and sensory garden. Gorgeous Mawgan Porth Beach is only a short walk away.
Rooms available from £95 per night
Your expert reviewer
The hotel's elevated position atop a cliff provides panoramic sea views and there are several coastal walks too.
The hotel sits above Mawgan Porth beach, a quieter alternative to Newquay. It's a sandy beach with rockpools and caves, and there's a surf school.
By car: 1 hour 30 minutes from Exeter, under 3 hours from Bristol and 5 hours from London. Free on-site parking available.
By train: London Paddington to Newquay takes around 5 hours, after which, a taxi will take 10 minutes to the hotel. Book trains to Newquay.
CHARACTER & STYLE
The hotel has a retro-inspired, scandi-chic vibe. The owners have embraced its history without completely overhauling the building. There's a lot of local arts and crafts, which can also be puchased in the shop.
There are plenty of facilities. If you're travelling with children, there's an indoor soft play area, craft room and three pools (one indoor). If you'd rather escape the children for a while, the Ogo restaurant is off-limits to under 5s and there's a spa and sensory garden.
- Swimming pool
- Games room
- Tennis court
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
Rooms vary in size greatly, but all are decorated in the hotel's signature scandi/retro style. Bathrooms are small but modern. We loved the villa - it's closer to the sea, with uninterrupted views and a lovely small patio.
Room types: Cosy Double, Double, Sea View Double, Spacious Sea View, Family, Meadow Villa, Villa, Apartment
Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, tea and coffee-making facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
There are two restaurants and both offer sea views - try the Cornish mussels at Wild Café with a view of the Atlantic.
Wild Café: casual dining, seasonal menus. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Ogo: fine dining, local, seasonal, and sustainable cuisine. Open daily for lunch, dinner and afternoon tea.
Bakery: traditional Cornish treats with imaginative twists and seasonal pastries; offers workshops, tastings and cookery classes
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